Olive groves have a certain magic, even on an overcast day. This Spain wedding inspiration session was designed by Pilar Martínez Eventos and captured by Pedro Bellido, whose work has been featured on these pages before. I am especially loving the simple “naked” cake (such a perfect trend for your Mediterranean wedding, where any cake’s frosting is very likely to
Any wedding blogger will tell you that engagement sessions are the less popular posts on their blogs…. and I get it, you brides-to-be want to see other brides in their dresses, and steal-worthy decorations and cute ideas, so all in all, lots of real weddings. So we don’t really feature tons of e-sessions on Belle &
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.