Imagine walking through a farmer’s market, a sensory exploration of nature’s bounty—the organic color palette, luscious fresh fruits and flowers, plenty of herbs and greens. Taking a cue from the casual vibe of a day strolling the farmer’s market, this styled wedding shoot embodies what is being described as the new Pittsburgh: foodie-centric bon vivants hosting a wedding celebration befitting their casual yet curated lifestyles.
Think foraged, fresh, meaningful details that paint the picture of a couple truly in love—with life, with food, with one another.
Featuring curated details that emphasize the intimacy of the setting and drawing inspiration from the edible beauty figs & honey, fresh herbs and luscious fruits, this shoot is a bountiful feast for the eyes with details good enough to eat.
We chose a local Tuscan restaurant, Piccolo Forno, because the venue can accommodate a maximum of 50 guests, which fit with the goal of the shoot to show engaged couples how to meaningfully transform an intimate space. The menu of the restaurant also impacted the styling theme, weaving herbs and fresh fruits throughout the floral elements and color palette, evoking the rustic tuscan fare served at Piccolo to give the wedding substance and meaning.
Enjoy this visual feast!
CONCEPT & PHOTOGRAPHY: Palermo Photo
RIBBON: Adorn Company
CALLIGRAPHY: Silver Fox Calligraphy & Design
FLORAL: Posy Floral & Event Styling
SWEETS: The Butterwood Bake Consortium
VENUE: Piccolo Forno
CHIAR RENTAL: Stockpile Rentals
FILM PHOTOGRAPHY SCANS: Richard Photo Lab
MAKEUP: Adrienne Pace Makeup
HAIR: Katrina Hair Story
Tulle NYC (High-low gown)
Inbal Dror (Lace gown)
BRIDES SHOES: Dolce & Gabbana
Shoot featured on The White Wren wedding blog