Contemporary Marble Wedding Inspiration In An Italian Quarry
If ever you fawn over contemporary marble wedding inspiration, let it be this beautifully daring gallery from Collephoto Studio set inside an Italian quarry. With famous Italian sculptors including Michelangelo as her muse, designer Sabrina Ramazzotti Diva and Events conceptualized a minimalist, modern and avant garde wedding story in the most ethereal setting. These unconventional designs are sure to rock your world (yes, pun intended) from the black plexiglass graphic design elements to the smokey glassware to the gravity-defying geometric cake. Not to mention the waxy blooms featuring striking King Proteas from Luciana Venanzoni. Consider this your gateway to contemporary marble wedding inspiration paradise!
From the Photographer, Collephoto Studio: A very unique wedding, almost surreal. The high contrast and the futuristic location create a breath-taking and impactful result. As location, we chose a marble quarry in Massa, Tuscany. An unusual choice for a couple of newlyweds who wants something unique for their most beautiful day, who loves to leave their mark. “… I feel suspended, in an almost surreal scenery, out of time… in a bobble between sky and earth, surrounded by a thin and volatile white dust… could it be the such stuff as dreams are made of?” in this way the wedding planner, Sabrina Ramazzotti, describes this magical location.
The majestic wedding by Diva Events by Imagination Factory points on modern elements, such as the plexiglass included in a solemn setting, the quarries of the precious marble with which great artists from every era shaped their masterpieces. The color palette plays with the white of the Italian marble, in contrast with the black and the orange, the color of the mise of the workers, which remembers the presence of the Humanity inside Nature: amazing things are born from substance and talent.
The setting is definitely outside the box, with the application of particular and opposite materials. Beautiful and dramatical representation of good and bad, of holy and profane which is in every thing. Spectacular and very scenographic, the suspended table between the couple which remembers a sculptural work and seems it fluctuates thanks to the magic of the location, with the black cloth which climbs down to earth. Very romantic, but minimalist and fashion at the same time, such as all the wedding stationary in
plexiglass, completed in every detail, up to the top cake.
On the glacial and rough wall of rock, the modern floral decorations by Luciana Venanzoni stand out, following the refined, geometrical and fashion trend created by Diva Events by Imagination Factory. The setting for the ceremony evokes majesty with the big and majestic marble cube, finely decorated, which becomes an altar.
The very particular wedding dress by Bianchini Sposi (signed by Pronovias) perfectly armonized with the futuristic background thanks to the floral sculpture on the right shoulder and the long and sparkling train. A very glamour choice.
Lastly, the cake reproduces the marble, cubes which creates new shapes, such
Michelangelo believed; every cube has its own creature, a soul inside, waiting to be discovered.
Enjoy, calmly, the gallery with the amazing photographies by Alessandro Colle and Serena Rossi, to see every detail of this gorgeous inspiration wedding with an Italian soul and an artistic heart, realized thanks to the logistic and the support by the City of Massa. Maybe with a good Chianti glass and Piccini music.
Sign us up to attend the next celebration in a marble quarry, please! Because we’re hooked on the mod aesthetic after seeing this sculpture-forward inspiration. More contemporary wedding ideas this way… this time in a historic Franciscan Friary!
Photography: Collephoto Studio
Planning & Design: Sabrina Ramazzotti Diva and Events
Makeup Artist: Maketrucco Valentina
Hair Styling: Pamela Ceragioli
Bridal Gown: Bianchini Sposi
Logistics: Toscana Tour Experience
Photography Assistant: Serena Rossi
Floral Design: Luciana Venanzoni Cake: @robertadessert