Bohemian charm met Italian elegance in this Rome elopement inspiration shoot created by Chiara Sciuto, and the result could not have been more captivating! Photographer Chelsea Reece captured every angle of this stunning shoot, making us feel like we were standing among the fallen leaves and pampas grass at the ceremony and dining beneath the canopy of dreamcatchers at the reception. Sartoria Florale brought a natural, moody romance to the overall look by using a mix of bare branches, cascading greenery, and rich orange blooms to add a subtle pop of color. As for the cakes, Annikka Toni created not one but three incredible confections — one handpainted grey and gold wedding cake and two personalized, gold cakes for the bride and groom. The bride’s lace Lamblanche dress and gold headpiece from Wanderlust Factory brought bohemian vibe full circle and would be the perfect non-traditional look for any romantic elopement!
The Talented Team:
Photography – Chelsea Reece
Event Planning – Chiara Sciuto
Venue – Guido Reni District
Floral Design – Sartoria Florale
Cake – Annikka Toni
Stationery – Nostroinchiostro Boutique Tipografica
Hair and Makeup Artist – Mara Gianni of Making Beauty Management
Wedding Dress – Lamblanche
Bridal Accessories – Wanderlust Factory
Groom’s Apparel – Blue Marlin & Co.
A huge thanks to Chelsea Reece Co. for sharing this unforgettable Rome elopement with Junebug! Want to see another bohemian-inspired wedding set in the heart of Italy? This earthy bohemian outdoor wedding in Tuscany is sure to take your breath away!
I also hate Rome I will never ever get married in Italy!!!!
Rome sucks!!!! I would never go there even if my life depended on it!!