Sí acepto……

8 Sep

Helped with a beautiful wedding in Malaga Spain last Friday 3rd September. Dan and Shelley Peters got married at a beautiful villa in a tiny coastal town called Salobrena outside Malaga with just close family and friends present.

As they’re both English citizens, it was very complicated to get officially married through Spanish law, so the easiest option was for the couple to travel to Gibraltar to sign their papers then have an unofficial ceremony the day after at their villa.

The event was beautiful, set in the garden of a stunning, mountain top villa overlooking the beach, ocean and mountains. The unofficial ceremony itself was conducted by the grooms grandfather after getting him ordained and then the party was held at the villa with local English speaking caterers and a local band playing punk rock classics.

The food was perfect for the event, a Spanish style buffet with seafood, meats and vegetables with a fabulous chocolate fountain and plethora of cheeses for dessert. The cake was made at the villa by the bride’s sister in law – a delicious vanilla sponge with vanilla icing.

The theme was red and white which was so simple but really effective.  The chairs for the ceremony were simple plastic chairs covered in a plain which chair covering with a taffeta red bow, with heart shaped red and white balloons, and roses scattered around.  Favours were Loveheart sweets and personalised ‘Brighton’ rock, with classic champagne bubbles thrown across tables.

All in all it was a pleasure to be involved. The wedding was very relaxed and a pleasure to work on! Professional pictures to follow but a few of my personal collection below.

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