Today’s real wedding has all the ingredients of a romantic Mediterranean celebration. Our lovely couple chose the balcony of the imposing Tamarit Castle, overlooking the sea sea, to say their “I dos”.
Julie, French of Tunisian origin, and Bruno, Portuguese, met studying at the University of Sorbonne in Paris. Their careers brought them to Barcelona, where they lived for a few years, and that is why they decided to come back and get married in Catalonia.
From the videographers: “Tamarit Castle in Tarragona, Spain, was built in the 11th century to defend the coast from pirate’s attacks. What an impressive history for a venue… The wedding was full of very exquisite details, such as the flower arch where the ceremony took place, and the wishing tree, where the guests could leave their congratulatory messages.”
“The music was a very important element in the wedding. The entrance to the ceremony was made with a band of Cuban musicians, who also accompanied the appetizer, and the dinner, very informal, a soul band played some hits of this music genre. Music, love, tears of joy and dances were some of this beautiful party. For Julie and Bruno was very important to have a romantic wedding by the sea and they really got it.”
Videography: Love Me Do Films // Wedding planners: Bodas de Cuento // Photography: Raquel Benito // Venue: Castillo de Tamarit // Florals: Phlox Hair & make-up: Laia Martin Makeup Artist // Bride’s dress: Monique Lhuillier // Bride’s shoes: Jimmy Choo Bride’s jewelry: Swaroski Groom’s attire: Hugo Boss // Creperie: La creperie de Mariön // Band: La SoulMachine