spain destination wedding

When I met Kate & Hugo on Skype in June 2018, I knew that theirs was going to be a sweet and very romantic wedding.

Their eyes full of love and their complicity went through the computer screen. They transmitted a pure, intense love and I loved to see them so happy with their destination wedding in Spain.

They came from Panama to Granada to get married under the gaze of the magical Alhambra.

On the day of the wedding, the weather left us with the suspense until 5 minutes before the bride made her entry. But in the end, we were able to enjoy a beautiful outdoor ceremony and with the Alhambra as a backdrop.

A beautiful venue of the 14th century, the Carmen de los Chapiteles, with its Nasrid gardens was the setting for this special day.

A delicate and loving wedding that dominated the colors green and white and with a touch of blue.

An aisle with wild air ended in a semi circle altar that framed the couple during the ceremony.

The floral decoration was in charge of Alejandra Romero Floral Studio, who also made a sweet and unstructured bouquet. Its main flowers were the English roses and the white ranunculus, accompanied by smaller flowers and eucalyptus.

All the stationery by Estudio Requetebién was thematic the green and the eucalyptus, complementing perfectly with the environment.

The couple wanted to present their guests with handmade ceramic tiles by Cerámica los Arrayanes, giving an Andalusian touch to the wedding.

It could not miss a photo shoot in the majestic Palace of Charles V, a Renaissance jewel located inside the enclosure of the Alhambra.

A beautiful naked cake by Lussocake, decorated with berries and macaroons, sweetened the end of the banquet before starting the dance.

An unforgettable wedding that we can continue to enjoy thanks to the beautiful photos by Doncel y Alcoba.

 WEDDING PLANNER: Mery Liccardi eventi / PHOTOGRAPHY: Doncel y Alcoba / VENUE: Carmen de los Chapiteles / FLORAL DESIGN: Alejandra Romero Floral Studio / CAKE: Lussocake / DJ: Amc sonido e iluminaciónSTATIONERY: Estudio Requetebién/ WEDDING FAVORS: Cerámica los Arrayanes

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