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Italian inspired Vow Renewal

We are so excited to have our custom tuscan stationery published on the “Italian inspired Vow Renewal” blog post at 100 Layer Cake Wedding blog today! A few months back Kristin Garcia of Kristin La Voie Photography and Kristina Fossbakk Ferris of Vision of Elegance Events set out to design a gorgeous shoot around an even more gorgeous couple and their very perfect vow renewal.

The feel of Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum transports you to a grand hillside estate in Italy, but the team didn’t have to go that far …they just traveled to Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

The day was perfect and the photos turned out even better! Read the blog post for yourself at 100LayerCake.com  http://www.100layercake.com/wedding-inspiration/italian-inspired-vow-renewal

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Our custom aged wooden signage to say “Your seat is special, please sit here!” for the Bride and Groom.

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…the details….that is all that needs to be said here!

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Custom background papers were wrapped around and designed for this soft, romantic tuscan feel “paper pretty”. Using the inspiration of grape foliage and lemon for the pop of excitement gave this suite the overall look and feel we were all going for.

The watercolor of the venue was added to the inside of the back pocket and adorned on the “amore” gift tags as well.

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Truly an Italian inspired Vow Renewal! Limoncello shooters for everyone.

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A festive Italian meal generally begins with a variety of appetizers, which are known as antipasti — a word that literally translates as before the pasto, or meal. These antipasti vary considerably from place to place in Italy, but they will often include a selection of cold cuts,       which are known as affettati misti.

Cheers to L + R! And kudos to Kristin + the team below for pulling off their dream day!

Photography: Kristin La Voie Photography / Venue: Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum / Floral Design: Vision Of Elegance / Hair & Makeup: Bianca Sansosti Artistry / Paper Goods: Eight21 Studios/ Tableware: Nimble Well / Linens: Nuage Designs / Dress: Anna Campbell / Accessories: Percy Handmade

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