"Having lived and worked in many places, we were inviting guests from over 20 countries, many of whom were visiting Barcelona for the first time. As a result, we wanted a format that displayed Barcelona, not only as the bride's home-town, but also as a beautiful city in its own right. Choosing Catalan Modernism as a theme enabled us to bring a uniqueness to wedding that all our guests loved - in addition to the glamour and romanticism inherent to that period which Sonia ensured was embedded throughout the whole event!
What we loved about Yes I do was their attention to detail and their willingness to suggest alternatives and options that ensured the day was tailored to our personal style - and all done with Sonia's extreme professionalism and down-to-earth style, which meant we could relax and enjoy the preparation almost as much as the day itself ! Would we recommend her or work with her again? Yes We Would!"
Dalila & Ian, London
Wedding, July 11th, 2009 - 90 guests
An emblematic building-hotel from the golden era of Modernism was chosen for the setting. The main theme was a combination of this artistic and philosophical movement and the concept of a romantic get-away at a hotel. The entire celebration and its details transported the guests and the bride and groom back to the turn of the century: A car from the same era as the hotel was found, the invitations were reminiscent of the typical “Do not disturb” signs that hang on the doors of hotel rooms, the seating chart and table numbers were designed to look like room numbers, and both the stationery items and the rest of the decoration featured black and gold tones which were fashionable during that time and in keeping with the interior design of the banquet hall.