Todays shoot is a little different from our normal carefree boho shoots. Photographer Elisabetta Marzetti describes this shoot as bohemian – in the true sense of the word and we can totally see what she means with these gorgeous images. For those who are after a darker style to their wedding photography then take note…
This project is entitled “Diapositive of an untouched heart” and it was created in collaboration with Carolina Rimondi, to stretch our creative muscles and create beauty for beauty and art’s sake.
The team and I delved into the feelings and emotions of a bride getting ready – the shoot is both romantic and melancholic. Perhaps it’s because you can’t read the bride’s mind – what is she really feeling? Peace and tranquility, or overwhelm and excitement?
“Melancholy is sadness that has taken on lightness…”
This quote by Italo Calvino has inspired not only the styling, but also the way those moments are expressed visually through my lens. It’s all about the poetry, the lightness, the way gracefulness intertwines with shadows that somehow hide a heaviness of heart… It’s the epitome of the free spirited, unconventional, Bohemian – in the true sense of the word, bride.
The other suppliers that collaborated with me are Betty Soldi (stationery and calligraphy), Anna Fucà Atelier (wedding dress) and model and make up artist Margherita Cesarano. This shoot took place at the Grand Hotel Rimini, one of those historic Italian hotels that has been home to the celebrities of old times
and iconic people like “La Dolce Vita” director Federico Fellini.
Wow what a stunning shoot! We love the dark and dreamy atmosphere… Thank you so much to Elisabetta Marzetti for sharing these images with us and to all the other suppliers involved. For more styled shoots look here…