Designing a Wedding
Designing a wedding means to me two fundamental things:
- Possess a great capacity for listening and involvement
- Possess a proven design methodology
Talking is a necessity, listening is an art
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
As an incurable romantic, dreamer and creative person, I love getting lost in tales of my couples and clients. They represent the starting point of any of my projects and there is no detail that may seem irrelevant, because every little personal or couple aspect that will emerge in their story can be a starting point for the project style that we will develop together.
During the moment of the story I am very silent but concentrated: I need to immerse myself without distractions in everything that my ears will listen to and my eyes will catch while the emotions of the couple will rise together with the story.
I listen, I am getting into it, I elaborate, I share.
Despite my highly creative and dreamy streak, my methodological approach is design-oriented. On the other hand, technically knowing how to design means knowing how to solve problems, so working with a design method means for me to put in order, distinguish, circumscribe, classify and logically organize all the information I acquire, using the my experience and creativity as a set designer to get the best possible result for my clients, also optimizing time and energy.
It is true that creativity does not want limits, but it is equally true that a creative idea needs a method to be realized.
The design method consists of the following steps, which we will deepen together during our first meeting:
- Consultation with the bride and groom
- Creation and development of a moodboard
- Design the final project
- Realization of the scenographic setting