Flower Design

Flower Design

A flower transmits emotions that are quintessential universal messages. Love, passion and friendship, fidelity, joy, wealth. Everything can be said with a flower, a natural element that completes preparations of all kinds and must be found in all special events. Whatever style you choose for your big day, the floral arrangements will be the frame for the memories of your most beautiful image. Caution, therefore, and patience are required in the choice of the Mother Nature’s gown at your wedding.
Let yourself be guided by skilled Italian flower stylists, true masters of an ancient art that will translate your emotions into a delicate and fragrant floral language.
From the bouquet to the buttonhole, centerpieces for your reception or for the church you have chosen for the ceremony, everything must be co-ordinated, a flowing theme that will make your wedding unique and unforgettable. Impress with a purely Italian artist’s touch and offer your guests a welcome surprise, as they exclaim in wonder, as you have always dreamed, and you see the faces of your nearest and dearest delight in the colour, fragrance and life with which you have surrounded them.

Elisabetta Cardani
Creative staff with an emphasis on new experiments, a flower workshop with a unique style achieved with creativity, technique and expertise. Designs providing colour and love at every event, with the same attention afforded to large-scale projects and simple but important details.

L’Altralinfa
Artists who love to work with flowers, creating instant art, unique pieces tailored to your personality and your wedding style. Ivan Berghella and Pino D’Agostino are international masters of floral and land art, working with Assunta Banta, a creative designer, to make your dreams a reality.

Vincenzo D’Ascanio
There are many ways to say ‘I do’. Speaking it is just one of those. A flower arrangement is another ‘I do’, one that resonates more than a voice. Each flower can reveal something and each couple, through a gallery of scents and colours, can tell their own story. So that saying ‘I do’ is an allencompassing experience of sound, of essence,
of light.
(Gallery: Sandra Fazzino photography)