A love story with a wedding among the books of Peralada Castle

Let us tell you how the wedding is at Peralada Castle! For this we moved to Girona, with Luca and Lolita, our bride and groom who got married in the heart of Alt Empordà, surrounded by the nature of the Costa Brava and the Aiguamolls del Empordà.

But the couple not only enjoyed this environment full of nature, but also said to each other “yes, I” between history, culture and Catalan architecture.

They walked to the altar through the central nave of the Church of Carmen, a 14th century Gothic temple, perfect to celebrate the traditional and religious ceremony they had always dreamed of.

But after the church the story continued! When the newlyweds crossed the exterior of the castle, gardens surrounded by nature and a courtyard of medieval aesthetics to reach the library.

Have you ever imagined a wedding between books, historical archives and large wooden shelves? The most unique and exclusive place to capture in your wedding photos!

Next, the bride and groom went to the Mirador del Castillo, the hall where they held their banquet overlooking the castle towers, perfect for the most intimate celebrations! And more if it has such a beautiful decoration!

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A simplified decoration is what these boyfriends were looking for …

and a simplified decoration is what they got! Because a classic and simple wedding could not have other decoration that was not elegant and select, thanks to Xavi and Susana, with more than 20 years of dedication to flowers, decoration and floral photocalls, which put all their effort and care.

Two long pink velvet ties were those that knotted the stems of the bride’s bouquet, a traditional bridal bouquet made up of white flowers and pinkish tones, among which the peonies, magnolias and dried garlic flower stood out.

As a different touch, small herbs that simulated feathers were added, and all the flowers accompanied by orbicular green leaves!

The decoration of the tables followed the same line, decorated with a large golden candlestick, with white candles, under it, a centerpiece formed by green leaves and pink lilies, and for the rest of the table geometric candle holders and glass boats that accompanied the transparent, white, and silver glass tableware.

The bride, classic and timeless

The bride, Lolita, did not choose another bridal designer that was not Jordi Anguera, who made a dress that allowed the bride to walk between natural silk tulle, chiffon and crepe, between subtle lines.

The romantic touch of the dress was in the sleeves, totally timeless that mixed textures in chantillís and lace with transparencies, in addition to the V back and the lateral leg opening. Elegant while sensual!

For shoes she opted for a gray velvet heel, nothing conventional! with those who stepped very hard to the beat of her hair bathed in waves.

Sandra Martínez, a wedding specialist in Barcelona, ​​was in charge of makeup as the semi-collected hairstyle, which decorated it with a simple flower like those of the bouquet, although finally the bride chose to release her long hair, to the wind and to live the moment!

The makeup was composed of simplicity and naturalness through pinkish and brown shadows along with a fine black eyeliner, while the lips gave a touch of shine. A very nude look!

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A boyfriend setting a trend

Luca, our young boyfriend, opted for a jacket suit consisting of a navy blue blazer and gray pants, the two same-colored clothes were left behind! Or is it that you still do not know what are the trends in wedding dresses for this 2020?

Next to this suit, he wore a classic white shirt and a striped tie in these same tones, which accompanied him with a lapel pin with green leaves and small flowers, along with the rest of the decoration.

The perfection of details, captured forever

Anastasia and Sasha did not stop looking for the objective to capture all the dream moments lived on the big day, and so there was a photo shoot! Because few boyfriends are the ones who can boast of having photographs through the spaces of an old library inside a castle.

Weddings and Events by Natalia Ortiz, got this exclusive space for the celebration of Luca and Lolita’s wedding, finishing every detail to remember this day for its perfection, detail and care for everything.

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Wedding in Spanish Castle – Viktoria and Dmitry

In today’s article we want to share with you the beautiful wedding of Viktoria and Dmitry. They got married in the amazing Spanish Castle Buen Amor in Salamanca. It was an unforgettable day, filled with happiness.

The Wedding

The ceremony took place in the lovely courtyard of the castle, and there was a live orchestra which made the atmosphere very romantic. There was plenty of space here for all their guests and it was very bright. The ceremony area was decorated with stunning flowers which added a touch of colour to the space. Behind the bride and groom was a white lace curtain as a backdrop for when they said their vows – a beautiful touch!

After the ceremony, the guests released silver balloons before going for photographs together and for the cocktail reception. Whilst the couple had their own private photoshoot, the guests enjoyed their drinks and canapes before moving inside for the banquet.

The banquet was held in a romantic room in the Spanish castle with light stone walls. There was a long table with a white cover which everyone sat on. The table was decorated with candles down the middle which created a warm ambiance. There were also some small pretty flower arrangements which gave the room a more nuptial appearance. During the banquet, family members did speeches and there was another live music group which everyone enjoyed.

Finally, the guests moved into another room with a dance floor for the party. There was lots of singing and dancing and everyone felt involved and very happy.

The style

Now let’s talk about the style of the bride and groom. Viktoria wore a figure hugging white dress in a lace material with some subtle beading. She wore her hair in a neat bun with a short netted veil over her face for the ceremony. Finally, she carried a stunning bouquet of white and pink flowers.

As for Dmitry, he wore a dark grey suit with a white shirt with black buttons, accompanied with a white dicky bow tie. Very smart!

This wedding in a Spanish castle was a fantastic day. We couldn’t be more happy for Viktoria and Dmitry – congratulations! If you wish to team up with us to make your wedding a success like this was, you can write to us at info@svadbavispanii.ru.

Credits

Video: Elena Bau
Organisation: Natalia Ortiz