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.
I love it when bride’s know exactly what they want, or don’t won’t, in this case: Lucy knew she did not want a white dress. In the end, she had this golden showstopper custom-made by Guillermo Couture in New York and it certainly turned out amazing! A wonderful elegant counterpoint to their rustic wedding in Spain, celebrated at
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
A Mexican-themed wedding in Tarragona, Spain, including succulent centerpieces, margaritas, mariachis and a piñata? Why not? Olivia and Maxime live in Paris, and I love what the bride has to say about their reasons to get married in the Mediterranean: “I am Spanish and French and I used to spend all my summers in Catalonia.