Many destination couples come to the Mediterranean to tie the knot because they have roots down here. Anna and Marc, a German-Swiss-Spanish couple, are no exception. After a civil wedding in Germany, they had a religious ceremony in Cadaqués, where part of the groom’s family is from. After saying their vows in the picturesque
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As promised earlier, we’re back with the easy recipe for the Parmesan baskets used in Ambrosia Catering’s “Eggplant Parmigiana”. The edible shells look so delicate and are a great way of presenting appetizers. Here is how you make them: On a sheet of parchment paper, sprinkle shredded parmesan cheese into a disc shape.
Guys, let’s take a short break from flowers and dresses to talk a moment about… food. One of the things that makes the Mediterranean lifestyle so covetable. A few months ago I got together with Ambrosía Concept Catering, a company run by Italians and based in Barcelona, Spain (the best of both worlds!). Chef Matteo prepared
It has been an intense week with three gorgeous real weddings and I thought we’d finish it off with the Madrid nuptials of Pilar and Alberto, so different from the other three. This Spanish couple wanted something unique and very much “them” for their wedding, so they got ready together in a Madrid hotel
Flowers, flowers, flowers. On the tableware, the stationery and all paper goods, vintage botanical prints as the photobooth backdrop, flowers even on the bride’s veil. Can I just say I am absolutely smitten with this dream of a wedding in pink and green? Maybe it’s because Studio A+Q captured all these details so beautifully, or