Are you loving all this eye candy from Laura and Simone’s wedding as much as I am? This last post is from the “Dinner Under the Stars.” Says Laura: For the evening we wanted something a little more formal to give the girls an opportunity to really dress up. I had a change of outfit, we had a sit down dinner in the orangerie, a fabulous Florentine menu, and after speeches and toasts we danced all night. We surprised our guests with a fireworks during our first dance.

Isn’t Laura’s pink ruffly gown stunning? She designed it herself!

So many wonderfully frame-able shots from Ed Peers!

Thank you so much to Laura, Simone, and the talented Ed Peers for sharing this gorgeous wedding with us – so much inspiration! For even more inspiration, check out Laura’s blog, Wearing It Today. And if you missed them earlier, check out Part I and Part II.

 

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Photography: Ed Peers / Venue: Giardino Corsini in Florence, Italy (contact Sabina for bookings) / Pink dress: designed by the bride / Bride’s shoes: Christian Louboutin / Groom’s bespoke suit: Dress2Kill / Groom’s knit tie: Hermès / Bridesmaid dresses: (see above) / Flower girl dresses: Monsoon / Pageboy custom romper: Baroni / Flowers: Tommaso Torrini at La Rosa Canina Fioristi / Catering and cake: Galateo Ricevimenti
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  • Dinner Under the Stars in Florence

    16 August 2011
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    1. Plum Pretty Sugar Loungerie

      Soooooo pretty!! Just love, love her dress!!!

      xo

      http://www.PlumPrettySugar.blogspot.com

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    2. elsie

      thank you thank you thank you for deliciously drawing this amazing wedding out into three parts! worth every pixel.

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    3. Aleah + Nick Valley

      I just adore {really adore} her dress. What a darling confection! {A}

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    4. Snob on a Budget

      Wow! What an amazing wedding. I love the venue, the candles, the dresses. I want a new wedding.

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    5. didi

      Simply beautiful. The entrance lined with candles reminds me of the party scene at the villa in the film, “Stealing Beauty”.

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    6. Larry Green

      I’m looking at what appears to be shades of orange and lavender lighting. Like it!

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    7. Sara

      I adooooore this wedding, haven’t seen something this beautiful for a long time!!! Goodness when can I get married again but this time in Italy????

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    8. DIY Wedding Invitations

      Wow, some amazing pictures, especially the ones with the candles and wine in line.

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