A gipsy kind of wedding

A wedding in Sevilla sounds good doesn’t it? Now imagine a two day wedding where there were even bullfight (pretending of course!), A Moroccan cocktail and a lovely outdoor dinner under a magnificent moon. A real wedding extravaganza!

A sort of gypsy wedding – which is quite common in this part of the world – that had everything and it lasted two days! The fun was for both guests and grooms, but tradition was also present in many moments! Seville was chosen to tie the knot because it was the city where the bride vacationed at the family holiday house.

The festivities began with the rehearsal dinner, which was no more than a bullring, you had a bull fight where the guests could be toreros! Later they were able to attend a traditional gypsy wedding in the middle of the arena!

The wedding day was another day full of tradition. The bride wore a beautiful gown of Spanish inspiration and a tarditional hair piece. The groom decided for a Bonobos custom suit.

The couple chose – and i’m so glad they did! – to do a first look at the top of the Hotel Alfonso XIII, who had a stunning view of the city. The ceremony took place a little later at the Iglesia del San Jorge de La Caridad, a church of the fifteenth century, situated in the city center.

The reception was held at Hacienda Molinillos, an old olive mill with a landscape  that makes your jaw drop! The bride was in charge of the details! And what a wedding planner she would be! The gourmet but traditional, dinner was served under the stars and then the guests could move to a tent created for the party!

See all photos of this magnificent wedding here!

Inspire yourself and dream a lot!

 

Photography: Leila Brewster Photography | Videography: Elysium Productions | Venue:Hacienda Molinillos

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