A wedding in the countryside, but not rural

Una boda en el campo, pero no rural Infinite light bulbs adorned with elegance a lush and enigmatic forest, where the bride wanted to celebrate her wedding appetizer. The guests walked between lavender and olive trees, while they were looking carefully family photos that hanged from the trees. “We wanted to create an intimate and pleasant atmosphere”. And so it was.

All sizes candles lighted up every corner between bouquets of lavender, that gave a touch of color to the green landscape. Tablecloths of toile de jouy contrasted with others in earth tones, and chairs dueled with the chill out of wood, which gave to the wedding the unique rustic point of the evening.

After the congratulations to the newlyweds, the first glasses of wine and lively conversations among guests; it was time for dinner. The bride and groom had it clear from the beginning : “we liked to have dinner with the light of the stars, so we opted for a transparent marquee”. Among the tables, topped with hydrangeas and roses centers with integrated candles, fruit trees towered like they were in an enchanted garden.

A scene faintly tinged with the mauve and pale pink of the tablecloths, that helped to get that warm and magical effect the couple wanted. “We dreamt with an elegant, romantic and special wedding…”. Mission accomplished!Una boda en el campo, pero no rural Una boda en el campo, pero no rural 136-L&M-IMG_9631 Una boda en el campo, pero no rural Una boda en el campo, pero no rural Una boda en el campo, pero no rural Una boda en el campo, pero no rural 224-L&M-D3S_4940 227-L&M-D3S_4976 Una boda en el campo, pero no rural