Doubt thou the stars are fire;William Shakespeare
Doubt that the sun doth move;
Doubt truth to be a liar;
But never doubt I love.
We are in the North of Sicily, along the Tyrrhenian coast in the extreme strip of land overlooking the mythological Aeolian Islands.
On the promontory of Capo Milazzo, surrounded by the Sicilian countryside, stands the eighteenth-century manor which was the enchanted backdrop of this Styled Shoot with a breathtaking overhanging view of the sea and the islands of Panarea and Stromboli.
Set on a winter afternoon under the quadrangular tower of the manor, among the gardens and the old stables the Shooting tells of a sophisticated and intimate wedding. The table in shades of green and warm and noble gold was set in front of the burning fireplace that illuminates, warms the air, the atmosphere and the soul.
Candles, ceramic, crystal, anemones and black calla lilies, silk and velvet, a handwritten love letter and the cello that transforms emotions into notes.
The bride is modern, strong, confident but also dreamy and deeply tied to her values, attentive to being and naturally elegant in appearing. She chooses her love with her heart and her head and shows it through her eyes; blue and deep eyes like the sea of the east, which she overlooks from the villa, held in the arms of her man.