“We just want to say thank you for all your efforts into making our day turn out to be the most special event of our life. It was perfect in every way: starting from the decoration to the lighting to the food to flowers to the table set up and to organization. We truly recognize your hard work. I will keep "Yes I Do" in mind and will recommend your services to every couple we know that plan to get married in Barcelona. I recognize we have been demanding, planning our big day in a foreign city over distance and emails was not easy however your support has made it worthwhile for us.”
Pauline & Jad, Beirut
Wedding, 30th of August 2013
Pauline and Jad are a couple from Beirut. When they got engaged, the bride chose Barcelona for the venue, since she had fallen in love with a lovely castle near the city. Without a doubt, it was where she wanted to be married.
We went straight to work on the main wedding theme. White and just a touch of gold were the colors chosen for the ceremony. In keeping with this color scheme, we picked out the chairs, tablecloths and flowers. Magnificent white orchids adorned the centerpieces and hung from the trees in crystal teardrop vases. The candlelight emanating from every corner created a soft, romantic glow that perfectly encompassed the sentiment of the couple. Crystal vases containing candles illuminated the signs for the seating.
It was a small wedding with around 80 guests; since the castle was quite spacious, we opted for a cozier set-up for the tables and dance floor which created a warm atmosphere, while at the same time, accentuating the grandeur of the castle.
The newlyweds walked in with fountains of fire and their initials glowed on a pyrotechnical placard. During the dinner, the guests enjoyed a musical performance by a singer and saxophone player who had come from Ibiza. Later, a dj who had come over from Lebanon started up the dancing.
Keeping in mind the destination wedding factor, the couple filmed a video in Barcelona months before the wedding and sent it out to all the invited guests as a sort of Save the date notice.