Si, I do! An elopement in Italy
An elopement – an escape from reality, a temporary escape from everything and everyone around you, an adventure just the two of you are about to go on and to top it all off: a time to experience nothing else but great love together! Nothing fancy, just the two of you, just your unconditional love for each other and that is of course what matters most. A wedding elopement these days has become more popular than ever, as it has become more romantic over the years and the options for it are endless nowadays. An elopement makes for great, but intimate moments that only the two of you can share! How special is that? We know, really special!
This styled shoot with Jan-Willem and Charlotte – in boho class theme – gives us the right amount of inspiration regarding a wedding elopement. Bobini Roots was given the opportunity to create some jewelry pieces, a combination of rustic, earthy and bohomian vibes which were in great harmony with the beautiful Italian landscape, their clothes, colors and the overall atmosphere!
The bride wore our gorgeous Double IXORA Cuff that day, a real statement piece with a teardrop shaped polygram jasper gemstone attached to it. Alongside this bracelet, she wore our Fine Dots and Twist Ring – both are simple designs but can therefore be super versatile and combined easily! Wear them seperately or combine them around one or mutiple fingers. Lastly, Charlotte wore our Disc and Circle Earrings which are perfect for an easy but classy outfit!
We really would like to know what you guys think of this styled shoot and, of course, all the jewelry pieces shown! Let us know in the comment section down below!
A complete look of this styled shoot can be found on: www.zankyou.nl
This styled shoot was made possible because of these suppliers:
Organisation and video: Kleine Verhalen Videografie
Organisation and photography: Leonne Photography
Dress: Otaduy van White & Ivory
Flowers: De Bloemenkeuken
Jewelry: Bobini Roots
Location: Comomeer, Lecco
Models: Jan-Willem en Charlotte
Stationary: Kijk Kalligrafie