Works, Tips, Ideas and Info

Works, Tips, Ideas and Info

a blog by 3-D Events

We will show you our works, share tips, advices, ideas, inspirations on event planning and will provide information for ideal destinations and locations in Maremma and Southern Tuscany for your happenings.


Our WorksPosted by Michela Bandini Wed, December 21, 2016 15:29:10

One fundamental aspect when creating an event theme is harmonising it with the venue’s original features. Harmonize means ‘to go well together’, ‘ to bring into harmony’ and doesn’t always mean same style or mood.

For instance Tuscan ambience does not only match with a rustic mood but it can also be elegant in some way. The flowers’ choice, colors selection and some other elements can add elegance to a country and rustic enviroment.

Get inspired by this beautiful settlements we have created for M&M’s wedding in Tuscan Maremma, an elegant and refined layout matching perfectly with the Tuscan atmosphere.

Two long imperial tables with linen ivory tablecloths, Dark brown Chiavarina chairs. Natural Greenery runners along the middle of the tables , with centerpieces, candles and tealights

Under the tents, a sky of stringlights giving a romantic ambience to the event. A Mirror Tableplan Seating chart hanging on a tree, gives a perfect mix of elegance and respect of the enviroment!

Tables are decorated with sets of centerpieces: each set with three glass vases with big candles in different heights, and two flower centerpieces: a creamware pottery with Soft Pink Dahlias, White Lysianthus and green Amaranth and Jasmine. A smaller glass vase is decorated with dahlias and light touches of green. Here and there many tealights to illuminate the tables.

Wedding stationary was created basing on colors and theme of the wedding: Soft pink Dahlias and wild flowers to recall the wedding leitmotiv. Menus on top plate, tied to napkins with a gibbo; Guests names are tied to the wine glasses rim for a modern touch.

Photo by Francesco Minucci

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