Romanticism, class, peace and magic were the ingredients of this wedding inBarcelona, at the estate Mas de Sant Lleí, a XII-century farmhouse in the heart of a natural park and from which enjoying astonishing views and a fountain of the XVI century.
Alongside the farmhouse, the estate includes a pavilion which, though recently built, reflects the structure’s history and tradition. This is just 15 minutes far from Barcelona. An incomparable scenario for a great celebration.
This couple chose this venue to celebrate their wedding, an intimate ceremony where they could profit from a wide variety of exclusive services.
The most predominant style for decorations was the romantic one with a touch of boho chic, with white and brown tones, floral arches, wood in white and cream, lanterns hanging from the tree branches, white tulle fabric wrapping the pots … all following this theme.
The flowers for the ceremony are in white and pink tones, accompanied by elegant green leaves, which make the bouquet and the centerpieces, creating a cozy and dreamy atmosphere, all planned and created by Dianthus and Rosa Planellas.
The altar consisted of an elegant circle wrapped in flowers, a simple corridor all in white and through which accessing the altar, with small wooden boxes and bouquets that made the place even more romantic, warm, peaceful and with always amazing views.
Regarding food and gastronomy, the estate hosts a great chef who keeps charming everyone with his creations, and who can make people travel throughout the most transcendent Mediterranean cuisine, with live cooking and serving only quality and healthy food. It is worth noting the beautiful wedding cake, also characterized by pink and white tones, accompanied by elegant flowers of the same colors.
The place for the banquet was arranged with large elongated tables with their natural wooden nuances, while the chairs, of a different type of wood, accompanied this with a padded white cushion. On top of that, hung small light bulbs, as well as candles that cause a warm and relaxed atmosphere.
The bride and groom opted for elegant clothing. The bride was radiant with a dress from the Rosa Clará collection, with white floral embroidery and fine, elegant straps that exposed her back, with a V-shaped neck and a precious tail, emphasizing her sensuality and figure.
With regards to the hairstyle and makeup, the bride wore a chignon and a simple makeup which highlighted her beauty. This work was of Noa Rubio’s.
While the groom chose a suit designed by Dao’s, with a waistcoat and tie in navy blue tones ideal for the occasion and thus to make a perfect match.
All this was possible thanks to the Weddings and Events company by Natalia Ortiz.
Here at Weddings and Events by Natalia Ortiz, we love sharing examples of weddings we have organised with you. Our wedding planner is a true expert in the area of planning Spain elopements and this is reflected in the portfolio of her work. In this article, we want to share with you some examples of beautiful weddings we have carried out in Spain – let’s go!
Weekend wedding in Madrid
We organised an elopement based in Madrid for the lovely couple Thomas and Silje. Their wedding was spread over a weekend, celebrating with their closest family and friends in the centre of Madrid. They invited 10 guests, which made the wedding a very intimate celebration, which was very personal for them.
Let’s talk about what they wore. Silje wore a spectacular dress with a V shaped neckline. It had cap sleeves which were lace, and the top of the dress was also made from lace, then it flowed into a smooth pleated straight skirt – so flattering! She opted for an elegant updo for her hair, and her bouquet was composed of pure white flowers and some greenery. Thomas looked very smart in a white shirt with a navy dicky bow and navy trousers. His head was freshly shaven for a very clean look. Gorgeous!
The style of the wedding was light & bright, pure and romantic. The ceremony took place in the Embassy of Norway, followed by the reception in a restaurant. They chose to spend the afternoon exploring the city, and the day ended with an amazing dinner.
The celebrations continued the day after the wedding, where more activities were done in the city centre – including seeing a flamenco show and a masterclass!!
The wedding was exactly as they hoped and we couldn’t have been any more happy with how the day went. Congratulations to Thomas and Silje!
Female elopement in Girona
Now an example of an elopement in Spain that we organised for the fabulous couple Julia and Alina in Girona. The wedding took place outside, immersed in nature and it was very romantic. The wedding had splashes of colour thanks to the pink and orange tones in the flowers – it was beautiful!
Both brides wore amazing and elegant white dresses, with some similarities regarding colour and fabric style, which made them look in harmony with each other, but the differences made them unique and reflected each of their personalities. They both looked stunning.
Alicante beach wedding
Let’s continue with a beach elopement that we organised for a stunning couple in Alicante. The style of the ceremony was rustic, thanks to the wooden altar and ceremony table, with romantic elements provided by the light flowers with tones of pink, light yellow and peach.
The bride chose two dresses, the first had a large skirt and long train, and the bodice was made from lace, with some see-through parts. The second dress was similar in the way that it also had a lace bodice with some transparent elements, but the skirt was straight and smaller this time. As for the groom, he opted for a a black and white suit – simple and classy!
We organised the photoshoot to be on a beautiful estate by the sea and on the beach too, and the gorgeous sky provided a stunning backdrop.
Elopement in Catalonia
We organised a stunning, traditional elopement in Catalonia for the couple Angelina and Sergei. It took place in a medieval style estate, with an extremely romantic and warm ambiance thanks to the use of lit candles.
Regarding the style of the bride and groom, the bride wore an incredible, decorative dress with a belt in the centre and a V shaped neckline – it was gorgeous and complimented her beautifully. Sergei wore a blue suit with a subtle check design and a white shirt, he looked very smart.
It was a truly romantic and unforgettable day, and both bride and groom were so happy!
Fairytale elopement in Madrid
This Elopement took place in La Quinta de Illescas in Toledo, which is around 30 km from Madrid. This estate is perfect for weddings, and the ceremony took place in a room with many glass windows, which made it a bright ceremony. The ceremony was beautifully decorated with white flowers with some greenery for the aisle and altar. Floral centrepieces dominated the banquet room and white and green became the predominant colours for the wedding, which gave it a fresh feel!
Elopement in Tenerife
We organised this gorgeous elopement for Anita and Alexey, a Russian couple, in Hotel the Ritz-Carlton Abama in Tenerife. Anita had always dreamed of a colourful wedding, and having a wedding by the coast gave her this: spectacular views of the sea and sky, and green, blue and yellow colours.
Anita chose 2 dresses for the wedding: one for the ceremony, the other to dance in. Her first dress was long, white and decorated with small rhinestones, and her second dress was short with sequins. As for Alexey, he wore black trousers and a light blue jacket for the ceremony, and white trousers and a black jacket for the dance – a stylish wedding!
Salamanca elopment in Castle Buen Amor
This elopement took place in Buen Amor castle for the couple Irina and Anton. This castle has a medieval style thanks to its antique furniture and large halls, perfect for a traditional wedding. The ceremony took place in the castle’s courtyard, and there was an iron altar surrounded by floral and miscellaneous medieval decorations.
Irina wore a strapless dress with a skirt decorated with small flowers and a train, she had a flower in her hair to match the ones on her dress. Anton kept it simple with a white shirt and loose fitting blue trousers. It was a perfect medieval wedding!
Elopement in Mallorca
Dmitry and Aurike celebrated their stunning elopement on a beach in Mallorca. The landscape where the ceremony took place was beautiful: the blue sea contrasting with the white stones floor of the ceremony. The ceremony area was simple yet elegant, decorated with a few lovely flower arrangements.
The bride’s outfit was unique and gorgeous – she wore a white lace bodice with a pink skirt, which was a very pretty, romantic look, as well as modern thanks to the pink skirt.
The couple made good use of the private beach of the hotel where the wedding was held for a very aesthetic photoshoot, a beautiful day.
For Anjelica and Remo we organised the wedding of their dreams in Vinales Cigarral Santa Maria, Toledo. It was an outdoor wedding – both ceremony and banquet were al fresco as the landscape was too spectacular not to make use of for the wedding.
The banquet was set up on a rustic style wooden table, with flowers and a candelabra for decoration. The style of the banquet went perfectly with the landscape. Wine was an important feature too, as there was a vineyard at the venue.
The decoration and style of the wedding and the bride and groom looked amazing, a fabulous day filled with smiles.
Elopement in a lavender field
Imagine having your wedding photoshoot in a beautiful lavender field and how aesthetically stunning the photos would be. Well, that’s exactly what we did for this wedding and the result was incredible!
Katerina, the bride, wrote a country-style dress to match the countryside landscape she was in and she matched her dress with light brown boots and a straw hat. Andrey wore beige pants with a white shirt and black suspenders, and like Katerina he also matched perfectly with the surroundings. On the photos they stood out perfectly against the lavender fields – a perfect result.
This elopement was between Kaci and Dave and took place in a castle in Asturias, surrounded by mountains and in the heart of nature. The castle’s amazing stone stairs provided a perfect place for their wedding photos, and so did the landscape; the mountains and lake providing a breathtaking backdrop for this set of photos.
Kaci and Dave looked as fabulous as the surroundings. Kaci in a gorgeous, embellished dress with lots of detailing, and Dave in an extremely smart blue suit with brown shoes. A lovely wedding for a lovely couple.
So we have gone over some of our favourite Spain elopements, we hope you love them as much as we do! If you want more information or to team up with us to create a wedding as beautiful as these, you can write to us at email@example.com
The adorable couple, Olga and Sergey, decided to celebrate an intimate and romantic wedding in Malaga, and we worked hard to ensure that it couldn’t have been more beautiful. This Belorussian couple have known each other since they were children, when they met playing in the park together. Later on they got separated by life, but on one great day they were reunited, to never separate again.
This beautiful wedding took place in a spa in Malaga, a spectacular place by the beach with incredible views. Before we discuss the details of the ceremony, let’s go back to the beginning of the day, when the bride and groom got ready in a luxurious hotel in Malaga. Olga got dressed, did her hair and put on her makeup in a fairytale room, while enjoying her last moments as a single woman. Her dress was an authentic work of art, it was sleeveless and made of a wonderful fabric. She opted for a midi-dress with a delicate white adornment, letting her blonde hair flow with waves and finishing the look with some big earrings. She chose to wear a veil to add a touch of tradition. As for her makeup, she opted for nude lips and statement eyes.
The happy couple were able to take some photos in the hotel, whilst they relaxed before the ceremony. Sergey chose beige trousers and a white shirt, perfect for a beach wedding.
The ceremony decorations were absolutely spectacular. The centre of attention was the circular floral structure with lots of pastel and green coloured flowers.
Next to the altar was a table with a beautiful cake with pink tones, which the couple enjoyed alongside two glasses of champagne after the couple said ‘Yes, I do’.
The rest of the photos from this wedding in Malaga were taken in the surroundings of this venue in the spa, a totally magical area. We’ll leave them with you!
Spain is a popular choice for couples who are planning where to have their wedding, why? The climate is perfect for a wedding, the choice of Mediterranean food can be enjoyed by anyone, and, as we will focus on in this article, there is a vast choice of location for your wedding.
First and foremost, however, there are a few legal requirements to address. Firstly, to marry in Spain, one of you must have lived there for a minimum of two years, and you must be over the age of 18.
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Planning a wedding in Spain may seem like a complicated task, but do not worry, an increasingly common idea is to hire a wedding planner to make the process stress-free and simple. To know in depth the advantages of hiring a wedding planner, you can visit this blog.
At Weddings and Events by Natalia Ortiz, we have the privilege of providing a wedding planner who has exceptional knowledge in the area of planning weddings in Spain thanks to many years’ experience in doing so. If you want to get in touch, you can write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let’s start with the 8 best places to get married in Spain, with examples!
First, let’s begin with a classic choice: a Church. If you are looking to celebrate a religious wedding, Spain is the perfect country. Due to its long history of religious traditions, there is a huge choice of beautiful churches at your disposal.
One of our favourite churches is the Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar in Barcelona. It is located in the district of La Ribera, in the middle of Barcelona and has a gothic Catalan style, with high ceilings and narrow stain-glass windows. It is famous for being featured in various novels, such as Thesaurus Ombres a Barcelona, by Africa Ragel.
If you wish to see more options of churches in Spain, you can see this blog of ours.
Getting married in a castle is perfect for those who dream of a fairytale wedding. It is guaranteed to be a unique, regal experience, and here is a few of our favourite castles:
Castle Buen Amor, Salamanca. This special castle has a long history, and has been renovated to accommodate special weddings. For more information on Castle Buen Amor, please see our article all about it.
XIII century castle in Catalonia. This castle is located in the mountains, which provide a beautiful backdrop for your wedding and can host up to 200 people.
Castle of Viñuelas. This castle is in Soto de Viñuelas, a protected, natural area in Madrid and can host up to 1000 guests!
A more modern choice of location is a villa, where, if you wish, you can have a ceremony, reception, and accommodate your guests all in one place! Spain has a variety of villas of all sizes, facilities, and price to meet your desires. For example, one of our favourites is Villa Los Flamingos, which is situated between Marbella and Estepona, and can host up to 20 people.
If you’re looking for a romantic setting for your wedding, why not choose one of Spain’s many beautiful golden beaches? The ambiance of a beach ceremony is simply stunning, and, secondly, there is bound to be a large choice of activities there if you’re planning your wedding over a few days.
You and your partner may have a passion for food! If so, a restaurant is a perfect location for your big day. Restaurants typically have unique personalities and, of course, you need not worry about the quality of food at a restaurant.
Another popular choice for couples is to get married in a hotel. As well as being potentially very beautiful places to get married, hotels are a popular choice due to their convenience. If your guests aren’t local to the area where your wedding will take place, they will need somewhere to stay, so where better than a hotel? Furthermore, you can celebrate your whole wedding, from ceremony to reception in a wedding, so no extra transport will be needed – a perfect choice for convenience!
Here, we comprised a list of advantages of getting married in a hotel.
Mountains provide an extremely picturesque backdrop for your wedding. If you admire the indisputable beauty of nature, a wedding located in the mountains could be the option for you.
Finally, there are many islands which belong to Spain, such as the Balearics, which can provide a perfect location for your wedding. A popular choice is Mallorca, due to its warm climate. Moreover, its airport makes it possible to fly there from almost anywhere! Additionally, celebrating your wedding on an island gives you the chance to celebrate your honeymoon in a wonderful location without having to travel anywhere else after your wedding.
If you wish to know more about the best places to get married in Spain, we have lots more information so you can write to us at email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
A destination wedding planning can at first seem like a daunting task, and you may feel like there are countless hurdles to jump, but this is where we come in to help you – in this article we have written some tips for avoiding problems and making your wedding planning and big day run smoothly.
Get informed about legal procedures
If you are looking to get married in Spain, there are certain legal requirements that you must take into consideration: firstly, one of you must have been a resident of Spain for a minimum of 2 years, and secondly you must be over the age of 18 and unrelated. Are any legal documents required? Yes, here is a list:
Birth certificate, officially translated into Spanish by a translator who has been approved, and with an apostilla stamp
If it is not your first marriage, you need to provide either a divorce certificate or a certificate of death of your previous partner
Passports of bride and groom
Certificate of No Impediment to marriage
If you are marrying in a church, permission will need to be granted from the Bishop.
If you want to get married in Spain, but neither of you have lived in Spain for 2 years, consider Gibraltar! It has all of the advantages of Spain but without that requirement.
Please note that these documents are likely to require translation and allow plenty of time (2 months at an absolute minimum!) to organise the legal paperwork to ensure no last-minute panicking.
Learn about the accessibility of your chosen location
If you are getting married abroad and have family and close friends coming out to celebrate with you, it is a good idea to ensure in advance that the potential location of your wedding is easily accessible so that there will be no hiccups regarding transportation of guests on your special day.
Inform your guests about your wedding plans as soon as possible
A good idea when organising a destination wedding is to keep your guests in the loop as soon as you know dates and venue, so they can plan their time off work and, if not included, plan transportation and accommodation.
Make sure that they RSVP so that you know how many guests will be coming and how many to cater for – you don’t want to waste time or money!
A nice touch would be to include information about the area in which you’re getting married so they can plan things to do and see if they decide to make a holiday out of it!
It is vital that no miscommunications between yourselves and the venue organisers and vendors occur so everything will be exactly how you want and expect on your wedding day, with no hidden surprises! If you are travelling abroad for your wedding and cannot confidently speak the language, plan how you will effectively communicate with the people behind the scenes of your wedding.
At Weddings and Events by Natalia Ortiz, we have a multilingual team and therefore if you are worried about miscommunications and language barriers, we can help!
If you do not have much knowledge of local vendors in the area where you’ll get married, this piece of advice is important. Reviews from past couples allow you to understand whether or not vendors, such as florists, DJs, venue providers, caterers etc are trustworthy and will deliver your requests to a high standard.
Our wedding planner has many years’ experience planning weddings, therefore has valuable and widespread expertise in the area of planning weddings, with knowledge of the best venues and vendors to meet you needs – if you team up with us you can be sure that you will have a perfect, smooth day!
So, here are some important tips to consider to avoid problems during the planning process of your destination wedding planning. If you wish to know more about this topic or to let us take the stress of planning a destination away, you can write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Palace of Aldovea is one of the most spectacular places to celebrate a wedding in Spain because it’s a classic and it’s full of history. In this article, we’re going to show you one of the projects we’re working on this season, which we hope will inspire those of you who are planning a wedding for next year.
For this wedding in the Palace of Aldovea, the bride wore a Jesús Peiró dress, a brand which is celebrating its 30th anniversary in bridal fashion in 2018. Everyone thought the bride looked beautiful in her chosen design, which was made with an incredible lace. Her loose, wavy hair gave her look an added touch of elegance. Despite the palace’s traditional style, the couple did not have to follow the trend with traditional accessories. This bride broke traditions with a larger than usual bouquet, made up of wild flowers and plants in white and green tones, and touches of fruit such as apples, which brought life, freshness and originality to the bouquet!
The groom opted for a simple and classic dark blue suit with a plain white shirt; an ideal outfit for this special moment.
For the ceremony, the choice of bow was determined by the bride’s bouquet. It featured an irregular arch formed by flowers and fresh plants that brought an element of simplicity and harmony to the room. The beautiful castle, the bride and groom, and the decoration all blended perfectly.
This palace is a very special place for any couple to feel comfortably enclosed in their own walls and gardens. Celebrating a wedding in the Palace of Aldovea goes hand in hand with success, thanks to its unique space which allows for beautiful decoration, personal essence and corners full of magic. From the interior and exterior courtyards, to the bride’s room, as well as the numerous spacious rooms…we have no doubt that you’ll feel like a princess here!
Now you’ve picked out your ideal wedding venue, there are some questions you could consider asking to make sure that the venue will definitely be right for your big day. To help you, we’ve put together 20 questions you should consider asking your wedding venue before you commit to having your wedding there – let’s begin.
1. Is the date I want to get married available?
Venues can get booked up very far in advance, especially on Fridays or weekends, and if you have a specific date in mind (a date that is special for you and your partner, perhaps) then the first question to ask your venue is whether or not this date is available for your special day.
2. Can I have my ceremony, banquet and reception here?
Using the same place for both the wedding ceremony and reception will not only save you money, but it will also be extremely convenient for you and your guests – you won’t have to think about transportation from location to location.
3. Can I accommodate my guests here?
The next thing to ask is whether or not your guests will be able to stay at the venue. This is important when considering logistics for your wedding.
4. Are there specific caterers here which you use?
Wedding venues occasionally work with their own caterers so you can ask to see a menu proposal to make sure that you’re happy with the catering options at the venue. Alternatively, you could ask to choose your own caterers for the big day.
5. Can we taste the menu beforehand?
You may want to make sure you like the food they will serve and are happy with the quality of it before your special day.
6. What is the time-frame in which we can have the venue for?
Some venues have limits on how long you can have the wedding and reception for, so it is important to check if there is a certain finishing time they abide by so you can know how long to hire a DJ or other entertainment for, for example.
7. Are there any other events occurring on the same day?
It’s always favourable if yours is the only event at the venue on the day, but it is a common occurrence to have more than one event on the same day – still, don’t let this put you off, the venue will ensure the day is your own no matter what other circumstances occur!
8. How many guests can the ceremony and banquet room accommodate?
Often you will have less guests for your ceremony and wedding meal, then more for the evening. However if you plan to have many guests for the ceremony and meal you must ensure that they can all be accommodated.
9. Is there disabled guest access?
Another question to consider is whether or not all your guests will have easy access to the venue – do they have accessible entrances for guests in wheelchairs, for example?
10. Can I hold some parts of my wedding outdoors?
If you are celebrating it in a country such as Spain with a good climate all year round, the weather is likely to be nice. Therefore it could be worth asking if there is outdoor space you can use to make the most of the weather.
11. Do you have wedding packages?
Wedding packages are always advantageous and can save you money. So, it is a good idea to ask the question of if they have packages and what is included in them.
12. Can I see a room layout?
A room layout will help you to plan what you can fit in the space and where you can seat your guests.
13. Are there limits to what decorations I use?
Occasionally venues put certain limits in place regarding decorations. For example some may not allow the use of lit candles due to fire hazards.
14. Do you provide all the utensils, tables and chairs for the banquet?
Knowing this in advance is important so you can organise table, chair and utensil rent if the venue doesn’t provide their own.
15. When can we start the set-up?
To plan the timings of your wedding day, you should ask what time you can begin setting up for your day. You could even ask if you could start the day before.
16. Does your reception room allow for entertainment?
You should ensure that your wedding venue can accommodate the entertainment you wish to have at your reception. This could be a live band or DJ, and ask what time they can set up.
17. Do you have an alcohol licence?
Most venues will be permitted to sell alcohol, however sometimes you may need to provide your own.
18. Is there a car park?
It is a good idea to check out if there is space for parking, as many guests will wish to arrive in their own cars.
19. What is your cancellation policy?
You should check out the venue’s cancellation policy. This will be of use in the event that something changes after you book your wedding venue, and you need to either change the venue or reschedule.
20. What would the total cost be?
Ensure that there will be no hidden fees and check whether this costs includes tax.
So here is a list of 20 questions to ask your wedding venue. At Weddings and Events by Natalia Ortiz we assure that your wedding venue will be everything you want it to be. Therefore if you want help planning your wedding, you can write to us at email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
A To-Do list for the wedding day in Spain is so important to keep organised so that your day can go exactly to plan, with no hiccups! It is a good idea to make this to-do list in advance and try to get some things done a few days before the wedding. You can share this to-do list with other people, such as bridesmaids and groomsmen so that you have people to help you. If you have a wedding planner, they can take care of this to-do list for you so you can enjoy a stress-free wedding in Spain.
In this article we provide some examples of things you can include in your to-do list for the wedding day in Spain to help you when creating yours! Let’s begin!
Create a list of vendors with contact details
It is important that you have a list of all the vendors that you are using for your Spanish wedding. Vendors will likely include florists, venue manager, photographer (and videographer if you opted to have one), entertainers (e.g. DJ), transportation, catering staff and wedding ceremony officiator. Put their contact details next to them so you can call them on the day to make sure they’re ready. If you’re getting married in Spain and don’t speak Spanish, it is important that you have a communication plan, for example someone to help you translate, or simply ensure that your vendors can understand your language.
The most memorable and important part of the ceremony is the exchanging of rings. They are a symbol of your eternal partnership – don’t forget them!
Although Spain boasts predominantly good weather all year round, perhaps consider checking the weather forecast for your big day. This means that you can be prepared in the unlikely case that it rains.
Have the timeline for your wedding day
The timeline for your big day is very important so you know what’s happening when. If you are having a wedding coordinator make sure he/she has a copy. Also make sure that you, your partner, bridesmaids, and groomsmen know the timeline so you can all be ready. The wedding coordinator will ensure that your guests are in the right place at the right time.
Plan how long your bridal party needs to get ready
Having an idea of how long it will take everyone to get ready is important to ensure that the ceremony will not be delayed. It is always a good idea to have a trial hair and makeup styling for the bride and bridesmaids so you can plan timings. If you are marrying in Spain and you don’t live there, try to arrive at least a day early to allow for these trials.
Ensure you have the all the outfits ready and clean. Make sure you have the wedding dress and bridesmaid dresses where the bride and bridesmaids are getting ready, and the same for the suits for the groom and groomsmen.
Pack spare clothes!!!!
Don’t forget your overnight bag with everything you’ll need in it for the day(s) after your wedding! So make sure to put this on your to-do list for the wedding day in spain.
Say your thank yous
On your wedding day it is important that you ensure that your guests know that you appreciate them coming. A nice touch is to provide a small welcome gift for your guests. You can leave this either in their accommodation rooms, or on the banquet table at their seats. If you’re getting married in Spain, it is likely that some of your guests will have travelled. Therefore a nice idea for a welcome gift could simply be useful information about tourist activities in the area, with a Spanish themed souvenir.
For more examples of gifts for your guests, click here for our article dedicated to this topic.
So here are some of the most crucial things to put on a to-do list for the wedding day in Spain. Don’t forget that a wedding planner will create this to-do list for you. She can also make sure that everything on it gets done so you don’t have to think about it. For more information on this topic and to partner with our expert wedding planner to make your big day a success, you can write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Natalia and Alberto, a Russian-Spanish couple, contacted us a few months ago in order to plan their wedding in Marbella. We got to work, and the result couldn’t have been more perfect. In this article, we’ll give you all the details and share a few of the most special photographs from the big day.
The outdoor ceremony took place in a spectacular hotel in Marbella. The couple got ready in their separate rooms with their bridesmaids and groomsmen, cherishing the special moments before the couple said “Yes, I do”. Natalia wore an amazing princess dress with suspenders and pronounced cleavage, and a flattering makeup look with red lips as the main feature. In fact, red was the main colour of the wedding: the bridesmaids wore pretty red dresses, and the groomsmen wore red ties. Meanwhile, Alberto wore an elegant blue suit with a white shirt. They were a picture of elegance!
The ceremony was flooded with white, with a beautiful altar decorated with flowers and a large carpet in the hallway. After getting married, both the couple and the guests threw white balloons in the air, which made for some fantastic photographs.
Afterwards, everyone enjoyed an outdoor wedding banquet, thanks to the ideal weather conditions in this exclusive region of Andalucia. So that she could dance easily, Natalia changed into a short and very comfortable dress…now she was ready to enjoy the whole night!
We will leave you with the marvellous photographs of this adorable couple and their wedding in Marbella. Thanks for having faith in us!
Asturias is a beautiful region located in the North-West of Spain, and it is famous for its beautiful mountains and religious sites, as well as its rocky coastline. The landscape is very green and unspoilt, and the picturesque features of this region make it perfect for a stunning wedding. If you have been looking into a wedding in Asturias, you cannot miss this post, as we have put together some reasons for coming here and some of the best venues to choose from for your wedding. Let’s begin!
So as briefly mentioned, one of the most important reasons why Asturias is a fabulous location for a wedding is its breathtaking landscapes. Indeed, it is home to the Picos Europa Mountains, which can provide a wonderful backdrop for your wedding photographs. The mountains are a National Park, filled with nature and characterised with gorges and canyons as well as the mountains. This national park is huge, covering approximately 64000 hectares!
As well as mountains, Asturias is also located on the coast, so it is also a great location if you are sea lovers. The eastern coast is home to Llanes, the largest of the resorts in Asturias which has around 50 km of sandy beaches and it is becoming a very popular place! In addition, being located on the coast means that you can enjoy various activities on the days before or after your wedding, and some activities you can do here include:
Linking back to the last point, another advantage of the coastline of Asturias is that it allows for the production of fresh seafood, but it is also famous for meat-based dishes and its cheeses, so there is a variety of choice for everyone! The food is that good in Asturias that celebrity chef Jose Andres recommends coming here for the food. Therefore a wedding in Asturias is perfect is you love food!
Now, let’s discuss venues!
Castle San Cucao
This historic castle is perfect for holding prestigious weddings, as it was home to many Lords and leading figures. The castle is surrounded by nature and is very tranquil indeed. Moreover, you have the option of having either an outdoor or indoor ceremony. Or if the weather doesn’t permit, an indoor ceremony in the castle’s hall.
Sanctuario de Covadonga
Finally, if you wish to have a religious wedding in Asturias, Sanctario de Covadonga provides you with this. The views are spectacular and the church itself is very ornate – an extremely impressive structure.
Here you can see a wedding in Asturias we planned come to life! If you want more information regarding organising a wedding here, write to us at email@example.com