You Are Here: Home » Design Inspiration » Italian Autumn Inspiration

Italian Autumn Inspiration

Not that it takes much for me to dream of vacationing in Italy, but this styled shoot from Cinzia Bruschini has me daydreaming away. From the sweet vintage lace to the candy-covered apples, this al fresco dining shoot is the real deal. I will let the stylist take the stage: Getting married in autumn with the glorious burst of colours in the trees, the crisp crunch of dried leaves underfoot, the nip in the air and the abundance of choices you have with this season being one of the most dramatic symbols of endings and beginnings autumn stands for.


The magical time of Autumn

The magical time of AutumnThe magical time of Autumn

The magical time of Autumn

The magical time of AutumnThe magical time of Autumn


We have been inspired by the magical atmosphere of an ancient town called Moresco in the Marche region, Italy. Gold, red, dark chocolate and coffee — The typical seasonal colours have been used to give life to a very refined design on which the nature is the undisputed Queen.

The magical time of Autumn

The magical time of AutumnThe magical time of Autumn

Italy wedding destination ideas

The magical time of AutumnThe magical time of Autumn

The magical time of Autumn

View all images from this shoot in the gallery

Wedding vendors (Marche Region, Italy):

Venue: Historical Centre of Moresco / Production and styling: Officina Stravagante (site coming soon!) / Photographer: Cinzia Bruschini and Paolo Manzi / Stationery: Ara Marvin from Caratterino / Bridal Dress: Alida Giordani Boutique / Bridal Shoes: Loriblu / Wedding Cake and Sweets: Monplaisir / Flowers: Amoa

2 Comments on Italian Autumn Inspiration

We love reading your comments! Remember that the couples who chose to share their weddings with us are real people, so please be respectful and mindful of that. We love promoting engaged couples’ unique tastes, so sometimes their style may not be the same as yours. Ruffled reserves the right to remove comments that we find inflammatory, offensive, and self-promoting. We will respond to any questions regarding the feature above in this thread, so everyone can benefit from the answer. Thank you!

© 2008-2013 Ruffled®

Scroll to top