There are periods of time that define us, environments that make us feel at home and landscapes that transport us with just one glance. This is what happened to our bride and groom of the day, at the bodegas de Francisco Gómez.
It was for this reason that they chose this venue to celebrate their big day; a wedding in modern, active wine cellars where the main values are quality and the environment.
The guests were witnesses to this, surrounded by barrels and whilst walking around the venue they enjoyed both the indoor and outdoor spaces during the ceremony, the banquet, and even the disco!
If you also would like to hold your wedding in some vineyards, keep reading this article until the end!
An altar with many flowers
Along the path down the aisle there were wooden seats on both sides so that the guests could participate in the event, the same for the altar which consisted of a large wooden bench for the bride and groom, a lectern and a large barrel accompanied by flowerpots.
The red and white roses, the hydrangeas, the dahlias and the green leaves were the main event for the bouquets, from Arlet Artesanía Floral, who make up a large team of professionals and gave each flower and each petal a special meaning for the married couple. They even have an online shop!
A wine-themed banquet
The tables for the banquet were decorated to match the rest of the ceremony: with large bowls made from gold tin, amongst candles and bunches of grapes as centrepieces with golden cutlery and wicker placemats.
A variety of invitations
The invitations, made by Tuinvi Creativa, were the most original and a souvenir to keep forever, as inside, they truly captured the essence of the wedding venue: The Bodegas Francisco Gómez.
Inside the envelopes there was beautiful artwork, in black and white. The invitations had the initials of the bride and groom with tassels and lace to decorate.
Brides with dresses made to measure
The bride, dressed by Yolanda Novias, was wearing a fully embroidered dress with mesh, and a belt at the waist made from blush pink satin.
The bottom half was made from a simple fabric that rested on an enormous train of tulle, with the back of the dress kept secure by a thin line of buttons.
To add a touch of colour, bride wore red boots that perfectly matched the red roses in her bouquet.
Did you know that if you would like an exclusive dress for your wedding, at Yolanda Novias they design it for you? Even if you don’t know exactly what you are looking for, they will accompany you throughout the process in order to create your dress with a large combination and variety of textiles until it suits you perfectly.
The makeup artist was Natalia Fuentes, a professional from Alicante who gave the bride ombre pink eyeshadow with a black smoke together with eyeliner, and for the lips she put on a soft, natural pink.
The hairstyle was at the hands of Bionda Estilistas, who, along with bride, came to the conclusion that a low ponytail with a side fringe would be the best option for this magical day.
The groom was dressed by Garrido Ceremonias in a suit with a brown blazer that matched perfectly the colour of the wine at the cellar. He had black lapels and a black bowtie together with a white shirt and a grey waistcoat.
Every photo was a dream
You couldn’t miss the wedding photoshoot throughout the wine cellar venue, together with its barrels and bottles, as well as in the olive mill where they make the oils with the press, the boiler and the chutes.
The Wedding Planner Natalia Ortiz took care immensely of every little detail so that, once again, this wedding turned our perfect. Tell us your idea!