Italian wedding | Styled shoot at Palazzo Roverella in Ferrara, Italy

01/05/2019

A portrait of a bride in Ferrara, Italy

When it comes to the idyllic countryside, elegant and luxurious palaces, timeless settings and exquisite cuisine, there is no country such as Italy. When in Italy, one can literally just point blindly a finger on a map and be sure to find something magical. Traditionally, some regions, such a Tuscany, Campania, Apulia or Veneto, are more popular or straightforward choice for one’s Italian wedding, be sure that sometimes less known locations have a lot to offer for anyone wishing to get married in this exquisite country.

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Palazzo Roverella in Ferrara, Italy, owes its name to the widow of Count Roverella that inherited the palace from Magnanini family, original owners. This happened somewhere after 1700, two centuries after it was built. This exquisite renaissance palace in front of the Estense Castle in the very heart of the city has been built by Girolamo Magnanini, one of the counsellors of the Duke of Este, the ruling family of Ferrara, at the beginning of the 16th century. Today, the palace is the home to the Circolo dei Negozianti founded on 21st of June 1866 by Federico Zamorani to promote agricultural and commercial activities. The association is mostly private and open to the public for special occasions.

Nobile and luxurious rooms with their painted walls in shades of brown, gold and blue, were a perfect backdrop for this renaissance period inspired styled shoot. A mood that recalls renaissance paintings and interpreted with a contemporary look. The magic of a timeless place that transforms the protagonists of the day into queens, crystallizing in the minds of every guest. Model wears a custom made a bridal jacket of pure wool, designed by DressInFelt and a knee-length tulle skirt by Fanfaronada featuring a classic silhouette with geometric cuts and layers of tulle. Bridal bouquet in earth colours was designed by flower shop La Margherita. Make-up and hair by talented  Tobias Tran.

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