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As promised, part two of the Moda e Arte Workshop shot by Sandra Aberg and styled by Joy Proctor Design is just as breathtaking as we promised. You head here to see our first feature of this once-in-a-lifetime workshop experience that took place in Italy along the Amalfi Coast. We thought we’d let stylist Joy Proctor tell you all about the scene, so read on below.



From Joy:

Our bridal editorial was inspired by the juxtaposition of the delicate spring blooms and the aged patina of the historic Italian churches. I chose a color palate that reflected that look, ochre, cream and hints of blush pink. The beautiful calligraphy by Abany of Brown Paper Linen was done on tea stained cotton paper, and mimicked the aged look of the church exterior. I chose an intricate stoneware plate, set atop La Tavola Linens Tuscany Mud tablecloth, which was another sweet homage to the historic location. The bride wore a beautiful gown by Jesper Hovering, which was the perfect combination of classic sophistication and feminine chic. The intricate veil by Jannie Baltzer was the most important piece of the bridal look, which added a staple of the traditional bridal look, in a modern and fashionable way.










Vendors: Wedding Photography Workshop: Moda e Arte Workshop // Photography: Sandra Aberg // Design, Styling, Florals & Concept: Joy Proctor Design (formerly known as Joy de Vivre) // Headpiece, Veil and Styling: Jannie Baltzer // Gown: Jesper Hovring // Location: Hotel Caruso // Hair & Makeup: Sandra Lovisco // Model: Denisa E of MP Management Milan // Bridal Jewelry: Anna Bellagio // Stationery & Calligraphy: Abany of Brown Linen Design // Linens: La Tavola Linen // Ribbon: Silk & Willow