Wedding in Venice Italy – Workshop with Yervant – Day five

I know… I am writing about day five before day four… it’s because I haven’t had any time to edit some pictures of the day. I promise I’ll go back to it later 🙂

On day five (Friday), we had the amazing opportunity to visit Graphistudio factory in Arba, Italy. I am so impressed! I knew that the wedding albums were hand-made but I didn’t realized what that really means. I thought that somebody was supervising the process and that was called “hand-made”. I was entirely wrong. The albums are truly hand-made. Somebody is in charge of our albums at each stage; I saw one lady gluing  the cover, one cutting the fine leather, one getting the engraving ready, one checking page by page that everything is exactly how it was order, …(I can’t describe each one they are so many to be sure that our albums are perfect!)

At the end of the factory visit, we were invited for a light lunch at the show room and I fell in love! I fell in love with the new album collection. They match my style and brand so well; I know that my brides will love them too! I can’t wait to order some studio samples and show them to you!

After the lunch, we took the bus to go to the Castle Ceconi. You can see two pictures of the amazing castle that I took during the evening. This place is truly magic and it’s the home of the Accademia of Photography Conte Ceconi. Graphistudio decided to create a place where photographers can network, learn, progress together. It’s an amazing gift for our community! You can learn more about the Accademia of Photography Conte Ceconi here.

The party there was amazing and the food delicious! and that’s without talking about the wines! We also had the opportunity to visit another showroom! Even more impressive with all new products that Graphistudio is working on now!!! I can’t wait for them to be ready for us to use 🙂


Castelo Ceconi, Italy

Castelo Ceconi



  • Patrick Mills - October 10, 2013 - 3:54 am

    Severine, I’m glad that you are passionate about photography and the work you do. Venice was a great experience for all of us and it definitely opened up new doors for me. I wish you much greater success in this business and hope to see more of your engaging works of art. PMReplyCancel

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