When you have a wedding in the Mediterranean, you don’t really need to obsess over elaborate designs and decorations. The scenery and stunning venues here will do most of the job for you. Nonetheless, the use of thoughtful and elegant details throughout the day can help tie a concept together and make your nuptials really special. Let me
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There is nothing more beautiful than an after wedding shoot on a Greek island with a gorgeous airy wedding dress floating in the wind… WhenLadies & Lord sent me this session I knew I had to feature it because there is something so distinctly Mediterranean about it. From the photographer: “After a romantic little wedding ceremony in Faliraki,
Anyone who has ever taken a trip to Barcelona knows that the city is famous for its modernisme arquitecture, most prominently represented by the works of Antoni Gaudí. The fin se siècle arts movement is characterized by rich decoration and detail, as well as a certain taste for asymmetry, and for this inspirational shoot, local wedding planner Laura
Let’s start the day with a pop of color, shall we? With bright hues in the spotlight of the styling, Detallerie designed this romantic and sophisticated outdoor celebration near Barcelona, Spain. For their wedding, Albert and Natalia chose a beautiful XV century country house with stunning views of the sea and, drawing from the patterns and details of the bride’s home
Marc y Xavi knew what they wanted: A wedding that had a certain handcrafted feel to it, nothing extravagant or pompous, but rather a celebration put together with love for detail. And, together with their wedding planner Inma from Paris Berlin, they created just that. The chosen venue was L’Avellana, a finca with lots of charm and character in Tarragona, Spain.