Elopement in the South of Italy

Elopement in the South of Italy

I love elopements, or lets say better I love sincere love celebrations, in no matter what format they are.

I love when the day is the way couple imagines, and it is really a day for them and to celebrate their love.

So this late May I had the pleasure to organize this special elopement, where the bride wanted the real  Italian feeling, so we found her a very beautiful Masseria with so many hidden beautiful corners that it made the perfect setting for their elopement.



Planning and flowers: Italian Boutique Weddings


And a special thanks to all the people who made this day so beautiful

Location : Masseria Marzalossa 

Photographer: Miks Sels

 Make up: Elisir 

Hairstylist :Artist Hair Concept 

Vintage Car : Puglia Auto Classica 



The day started with the bride and groom getting ready, and enjoying this special morning.

Isn’t this gazebo just a dream place for your bridal morning?!

Doesn’t she look happy?!

It’s such a special moment to exchange the personal letter shortly before the ceremony, as it gets the bride and groom even more emotional


These beautiful shoes were customer made, and the little flowers on them matched the specially ordered hair pin that the bride wore.

For the ceremony we picked this garden, where the bride could get the Italian feeling she dreamed of


I had also the honor to celebrate their wedding. It was such an emotional moment…

To finish the cermony, as we are in the wine country, we put their wedding promises in the box and closed it with nails. So that when they will have their first big fight, they open the box, drink the wine, read the letters and remember whey they got married….
Isn’t this a nice idea?



A private aperitif corner

For the dinner , the bride choose a spot under the blooming bougainvillea ! So magical, especially as it got darker and all the candles were lit


Wedding cake !

Little surprise on the rooftop terrace!

As you can see we used all the corners of this stunning venue, as it would have been shame not to use everything that the venue had to offer