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Wedding en pois
I’m always looking for amazing shots, breathtaking bridal gowns, decorations and accessories. I can find beauty and inspiration for my wedding blog in the most unexpected places and moments. 
It was circa one month ago, while doing my researches for a different blog,  I was struck from many of these outstanding shots, by the magic they produced in a play of lights and colors, rains and stars. What did they have in common? Somehow all them make me think about teeny-tiny dots, polka dots, circle shaped objects. Could it be Polka dot the leitmotif of a wedding.
I'll let the pictures speak for themselves.
The lights are dimmed and create a romantic, magical atmosphere, For the newlyweds this is their first dance as husband and wife, they have eyes only for each other, in front of them a new life together begins, full of possibilities and surprises.
Photo courtesy of Daniele Vertelli
From Max Mara Bridal Collection: Elodea, Long sleeveless dress in precious ivory tulle, embroidered with a raised polka dot pattern.
Photo courtesy of Max Mara Bridal
Inspiring mood board, the birth of masterpieces. 
"There is nothing more beautiful and delicate than the dew of a spring morning" That’s how Angel defines his first approach to this new Bridal proposal. His motive was to translate that freshness into every detail, from the selection of materials, veiled embroidery and even a palette where it is not limited to whites, but appear very soft blue as bathed in the early fog” .
Independently from the fragility of nature, Angel Sanchez also looks a bit past to find his muse.... "This collection is very Audrey Hepburn with all the grace and femininity of the 50's Fashion" where the skirts are bulky, the waist narrow and much lace to create a very romantic and ethereal effect.
Photo and caption courtesy Angel Sanchez USA
Photos courtesy of Angel Sanchez USA
Sneak-a-peak at a moving bride getting ready, playing with light.
Photo courtesy of Chrisman Studios – photographer Erin Chrisman
From the Flying Away bridal collection of one the most eminent ambassadors of the made in italy in the world:
Playfully romantic, "Gilda" is the perfect choice for a bride in search of the words sexy, cute and classic all mixed together. The transparent skirt shows the silhouette and allows you to have a 2 in 1 bridal gown! The fabrics are polka dotted tulle with horizontal stripes and a sateen underskirt.
Photo and caption courtesy of Antonio Riva Milano
A fun and chic touch of Polka dots, for this formal full set of wedding invitation.  Perfectly Penned is the name.
Cheree Berry Paper Design and photos by Edyta Szyszlo photography
A smiling bride is having the time of her life,  happiness and joy, let her enjoy a moment that will last for a lifetime.
Photo courtesy of Yervant Photography
From Theia Bridal Collection: Hayden, cap sleeve bateau neck crunchy sequin gown with cowl back.
Photo courtesy of Theia
Take a moment just for yourself, to get lost in your own thoughts, enjoy the rain that is pouring down on you.
Photo courtesy of Randy Jackson Photography
From Galia Lahav “Le Secret Royal Collection”
On the left: Avena, a sparkly mermaid gown with a sheer low back and has an embroidered silk detail along the dress. The embroidery is designed with clear glass beads exuding an illusion of depth through the details.
On the right: The Lidya dress is a mermaid styled dress that has a sheer corset and a very tight tulip skirt made of net fabric which is fully embroidered with flowers and dotted details.
Photo courtesy of Galia Lahav
The time is right to add up some colorful delicacies, Let’s do macarons.
Photo courtesy of Pasticceria Flego
I'll never be afraid of the darkness, all I need is one light, it is you.
Photo courtesy of Julian Kanz
From the Collection To Marry for, Bohème Rock by david Purves: Eugenie, Empire style nude color dress, tulle plumetis  with a dramatic train.
Wedding gown Bohème Rock by david Purves and photos by You Made my Day Photography
Headlights in the night and a passionate kiss, they are ready for a new adventure, a life together.
Photo courtesy of Daniele Vertelli
From Marina Mansanta Romantic Colletion.
On the left: Collana, georgette and cady dress with hand embroidered applications of pearls.
On the right: Lusy, georgette and cady dress with small hand embroidered silk applications.
Model: the actress Vittoria Puccini.
Wedding gowns Marina Mansanta and photos by Studio Righi
 “For the two of us, home isn't a place. It is a person. And we are finally home”  - Stephany Perkins.
Photo courtesy of Sabina Mladin
What about the groom, doesn’t he deserve something very special, It is the big day for him too, as a special and classy treat, antique jewelry.
On the left: Desbazeille Dark and Light Blue Enamel Diamond Gold Dress Set.  
On the right: Art Deco Enamel Mother-of-Pearl Sapphire Gold Gentlemen's dress set.
Photo courtesy of 1stdibs
Our love knows no boundaries, love is limitless like the endless horizon.
Photo courtesy of Julian Kanz
From Elise Hameau Bridal Collection: Lou, silk « georgette » dress embroided with plumetis, organza and guipure lace.
Photos courtesy of Elise Hameau
Confetti rain down on our love. Let’s celebrate it.
Photo courtesy of Raffaele Montepaone
Like a contemporary princess.
From Giuseppe Papini Bridal Collection, embroidered tulle gown, dubbed silk mikado for the bodice, mikado belt with bow on the back.
Photos courtesy of Giuseppe Papini
Us, just Silhouettes of the night lights.
Photo courtesy Green Tea Photography
From Max Mara Bridal Collection…
On the left: Two-piece dress with a boxy short-sleeve top in double duchesse and silk blend, and a long romantic organza skirt, decorated with milk-white polka-dot embroidery.
On the right: Mini dress in cloqué jacquard with ivory polka dots on a milk-white background. Slightly flared style finished with a gros-grain couture bow at the waist.
Photo courtesy of Max Mara Bridal
Circular shaped details. Details are everything.
Photo courtesy of Yervant Photography
Us, teeny-tiny dots of the Universe.
Photo courtesy of Ivan Pedretti
From Elisabetta Delogu Utopia collection …
On the left: Plumetis cotton wedding gown, with macramé lace collar and cape.
On the right: Details, High neck plumetis cotton embroidered with Floral and leaves applications on the collar.
Photos courtesy of Elisabetta Delogu
“Sweet table en pois”
Mouth-watering details of mini cakes.
Photo courtesy of Pasticceria Flego
This is dawning of the new life, we’ll walk the line together holding our hands.
Photo courtesy of Photo courtesy of Chrisman Studios – photographer Mauricio Arias.
From Katya Katya Shehurina Bridal Collection: Hazel, Bold, fun and elegant all rolled into one. The polka dot sleeves contrasting but also complimenting the floral French lace. A boat neck lays across the collar bones and fits close to the bust and waist, clinched in by our specially hand embroidered belts using the finest of Swarovski Elements.
Photo courtesy of Katya Katya Shehurina
A glimpse of gold. Metallic inspirations.
Photo courtesy of Yervant Photography
From the Collection To Marry for, Bohème Rock by david Purves: Adèle,  tea-lenght  wedding gown, tank top, tulle petticoat and satin knotted belt.
Wedding gown Bohème Rock by david Purves and photos by You Made my Day Photography
Vintage inspirations wedding ready.
On the left: 1970s fashion Audrey Hepburn wears Valentino.
On the right: Spring Summer 1969 a high-waisted dress in  empire style, white tulle ebridered with beads to create a point d’esprit effect. Collar with two flounces of volant. The sleeves terminate in ruche cuffs. The dress was worn by Audrey Hepburn to the Proust Ball. Label Valentino.
Photo from the book Audrey Hepburn Museo Salvatore Ferragamo
1970s wedding style.
Cotton plumetis wedding gown, short ballon-sleeves, V-shaped lace flounces on the bodice.
Photo courtesy of Vintachic
For all the shoe addicts, a surprise.. icons with a touch of polka dots.
On the left: Manolo Blahnik, Red and White Spotty Pointy Toe Pumps.
On the right: Manolo Blahnik, the something blu and polka dots.
Photos taken at Manolo Blahnik the Art of Shoes at Palazzo Morando
Even in the darkest night I know that you will by my side.
Photo courtesy of Sabina Mladin
I would like to thank all the photographers, bridal designers, jewellery designer, cake designer, who have made this journey through "La Vie en pois"  possible.
I would like to thank them all for their kindness and openness, always willing to cooperate and share their amazing works.
Thanks to all of you visitors, that you've joined me.
Marcella Lavarini

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