The Garden of Ninfa, built on the ruins of the medieval city of Ninfa, in the Pontine countryside, near Latina, was classified by the New York Times as one of the most beautiful and romantic gardens in the world. The name Ninfa derives from a Roman temple dedicated to the Naiadi Nymphs, divinity of spring waters, located in the current garden.
For their Italian elopement, Elisabeth and David were looking for a secret place, surrounded by nature. Sanda Pandza Events created for them a scenographic setting, perfectly matched with the beauty of the surrounding nature.
The beautiful and radiant Elisabeth wore a romantic Flora wedding dress while the groom opted for a blue striped dress.
The ceremony was celebrated near the small stream of the nymph gardens, embellished by the floral compositions of the floral designer Andrea Patrizi. The pastel-colored flowers matched perfectly with the nature that surrounded the couple as they were pronouncing their wows.
The table arrangements designed by Sanda Pandza Events and Whitericevimenti catering were treated in detail: the shades of sand and light blue with touches of pink and peach colors.
Sanda Pandza Events is honored for being chosen by Elisabeth and James as thier wedding planner and for organizing this romantic elopement in Italy.
CREDITS: Sanda Pandza Events, Whitericevimenti, Andrea Patrizi, Flora Bridal, Daniele Pierangeli, Le Spose di, Tommaso de Lorenzo Film, Ruslana Regi, Rose Cakes