Bridal Shoot Inspired by Italian Architecture

We were so thrilled to share a beautiful Italian boudoir shoot  just a few weeks ago from Laura Murray Photography and Fine & Fleurie, and today we’re even more excited to share this absolutely stunning bridal shoot they created during their stay in Italy.

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This shoot took place in the incredible cliff side city of Polignano a Mare, in the South of Italy. Our gowns were all designed and meticulously crafted by Spanish couturier Santos Costura. In following our theme of art & architecture each gown style played on elements of the local landscape: a two-piece ivory gown with lace top and chiffon skirt that plays on the patterns and florals we found around the city; a highly structured and more conservative long-sleeved beaded gown that pays homage to the deep religious roots of Italy; and lastly a classic ivory tulle gown whose true showpiece is a pearl-collared cape that caught the ocean breeze in the most beautiful way. Our gown choices were a mix of classic and modern, but styled naturally and in a way we hope can inspire real destination brides.

Photography: Laura Murray Photography  | Styling & Accessories: Jessica Gallo of Fine & Fleurie  | Local Coordination & Logistics: Anna Calzolaio | Model: Alessia Vaccaro (Indiaarie@hotmail.it) | Film Lab: Mammum | Hair: Marilena Panarelli U | Make-up: Simona D’agrosa (simona.dagrosa@gmail.com) | Felicia Doyle (Felicia.g.doyle@gmail.com) | Wedding Gowns: Santos Costura

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