We’re going on a trip through Italy, the most beautiful country in the world, with the help of Italy Wedding Planner and Stylist, Fine Arts Curation members Federica Bini, and film photographer Jen Huang.
While we cannot guarantee the future it is looking better than ever. It seems that weddings and other events are being planned and prepared as usual for 2021. You’ll be amazed by this stunning lifestyle / honeymoon inspiration. We want to jump on a plane right away with sunglasses and a floppy hat.
Federica Beni, stylist: “The desire to tell beautiful tales and the passion for contemporary minimalistic designs began not so long ago. But the most important thing was the email I received from a top photographer in Europe who wanted to collaborate on a new project. The interior of Casa Olivi was minimalistic and incorporated natural elements such as wood, stone and stone. I also loved the view of the pool.
The market for editorials has become so saturated, that it is difficult to find a venue that is inspiring. I always aim to be first in everything I do. The design was elegant and contemporary, but it had to be in harmony with the surroundings. There were no gold accents, or opulence. All aspects of design were therefore managed with two words in mind: minimal, simple and elegant design.
In terms of floral arrangements, for the very first time I combined dried flowers with fresh. This was done by Evelina the florist, who usually arranges them in such a manner that the roses look huge and stunning. Even the floral arrangements for the table settings were kept simple and elegant. This project was designed to look as realistic as possible. We wanted it to be as appealing as guests, and especially foods. It is for this reason that I have included an experienced food stylist and blogger with whom I worked a few year ago. Her style of setting up sets was so organic and natural, and it matched my vision of elegant and organic food design.
It is a wonderful experience to work in a team of amazing people and build ties as humans before we become professionals. This was absolutely essential for me. ”