A Dream Cultural Wedding in Seville, Spain

July 18th, 2013 Posted by Cultural Weddings in Spain, Delightful details, Stylish Weddings in Spain, Wedding Planning service, Wedding Stylists Spain, Wedding Venues in Spain, Weddings in Seville 0 thoughts on “A Dream Cultural Wedding in Seville, Spain”
A picture is worth a thousand words.

At the beginning of June last year Margot and Sergy hired us to help them plan, coordinate and design what was going to be an amazing wedding here in Seville.   

Having already booked the fabulous Hacienda San Rafael and organising to bring guests in  from all over the world, including Hong Kong and London, Margot and Sergy knew they required help with the planning and styling of their day.

 They wished to make sure their guests were well looked after during their stay in Spain and required assistance in organising other events including a bridal shower, a trip to Ronda to see a Jamon Casa combined with a lunch for their guests, a pre wedding dinner as well as their actual wedding day.

After a year of planning and designing, it was a beautiful day as we travelled up to Seville to help Sergy and Margot host their wedding and what an amazing time this was.

We arrived in a whirl of flowers, origami hearts, signs, parasols, lanterns, candles and all the finishing touches to style the wedding day.

What can we say other than we love this wedding, the guests and hosts were absolutely charming and we thoroughly enjoyed watching the pre wedding tea ceremony.  

There were a lot of sneak peeks and dashing around as all the rituals Margot had explained to us were carried out before the actual ceremony.

The day of fun and games started early with Niki, the make up artist arriving at the venue for breakfast to start the hair and make for Margot and her nine bridesmaids including three different changes in outfits as the day progressed.

A most beautiful service was conducted in the late afternoon by the delightful Lizzie Marriage, followed by a wonderful meal set in the olive groves by the pool.

 Rob Rocks the House had the guests on their feet and a fabulous party was had by all.

Fi at Sweet Things By Fi created a beautiful cake on which sat some traditional wooden figures Margot had bought with her which we loved, a mini Margot and Sergy in traditional costume as Margot is from Hong Kong and Sergy is from the Ukraine.

The Hacienda San Rafael is one of my favourite venues, Anthony oozes charm and is the most magnificent host you could ever wish for, Carla is the most amazingly organised wedding planner and combined with our other trusted and wonderful suppliers we created a truly magical day.

As I mentioned before a picture is worth a thousand words and we are delighted to share these stunning images of such a fantastic day from Ramon at El Marco Rojo.

Here is our wonderful thank you from Margot and Sergy for trusting us to create such a fabulous day and we share many lovely memories with them.

Hi Laura,

We are finally back in London, and still daydreaming about our wedding just a few days ago.
We would like to thank you both for doing such an amazing job – we really cannot describe the feeling we had during and after the wedding. It really was the best weekend we have ever had in our lives – so much happiness and joy, and just seeing all our friends and family together. We felt truly blessed.
It could not have happened without your professionalism and expertise. I hope you enjoyed it just as much as we did, I am sure there were quite a few stressful moments but everyone was complimenting on how great you were. I hope it was worthwhile for you too picking us as clients!

Thank you once again.

Sergy & Margot

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