These grooms escaped to Valencia to elope on a Spanish mountaintop dressed in the utmost high fashion. Don’t miss their impeccable outfit changes and the flamenco group who serenaded them after their vows… and the VIDEO omg omg omg.
Álvaro and Josechu met while they were both playing in an opera orchestra which sounds terribly romantic to me. They fell in love and five years later, a proposal happened.
One morning, Álvaro found a note that lead him to the garden where Josechu had prepared a private picnic brunch… or at least that’s what got Álvaro to walk over…
Pilar and Víctor met playing board games and included elements of their love of games into the wedding theme. They even organize their own annual gaming congress called Ludo Ergo Sum, so it was a given that there had to be elements of gaming at their Madrid, Spain wedding. Don’t miss the board game table names, Pilar’s custom-made black and white gown, the huge geometric placecard holder, sword cake cutting, and the card photo booth prop…
Meri and Eveliina are a Finnish couple who dreamt of a destination beach wedding in Spain surrounded by palm trees and nontraditional rules. Meri loves pink and and Eveliina digs purple, so their powers combined to make the sweetest, lighthearted palette ever. The macarons were GORGEOUS.
Just wait until you see their surprise dance with their six bridesmaids, too, and their DIY vodka bar!
Patricia and Jeremi’s glowing elopement in Mallorca, Spain is a sight to behold. Patricia got ready at an idyllic farm house in Pollença, which looks like a paradise. After a first look, they drove out to Cap de Formentor where they read their vows and exchanged rings.
You’ll want to drown in the gorgeous lace of Patricia’s long-sleeved dress and her huge and lush bouquet of red, orange, and white flowers with dark greenery, which matched her crown of flowers.
Maria and Sito wanted to celebrate 10 years of dating with an unofficial non-wedding rite with all their loved ones in Madrid, Spain. They didn’t want any official protocol, so they decided on a “ten years on fire” theme. This meant, of course, fire dancers, fire rituals, and a focus on reuse of materials for the decor. DIY was the order of the day! Let’s relish in their joy.