Bride riding a horse to the aisle
Gemma and David
From all the ceremonies we were lucky enough to witness, this one with the bride riding a horse to the aisle was the most breathtaking.
I have been working with Gemma and David for about 4 years as my florist/decorator vendor and l must confess that l got emotional when they asked me (Gemma and David) to help with their wedding. The wedding took place in the middle of the Spanish beautiful countryside of Costa Brava in their familiar house farm (called here masía) surrounded by horses, cows and sheep…
The wedding was on November as Gemma and David wanted to have the wedding season over and be able to enjoy completely their own stylish wedding.
Nature and its colors were the protagonists
We planned then an autumnal wedding where the Nature’s colors and elements were the true protagonist.
The colors of palette were the tones of light pink, beige and brown, cream and a touch of color with the fuschia. In terms of texture, we played with the velvet, the copper, feathers, wood, pampa grass.
The wedding was in the middle of the field with cows where we could hear the quiet sound of the cowbells. The first to walk down the aisle was the happy puppy dog (Gemma and David’s dog) with a lovely crown of flowers.
Gemma and David chose a century tree to shelter their altar. They decorated with hanging lanterns with led lights inside. The pampa grass were definitely everywhere to embrace the nature yet elegant style.
And here comes the bride riding a horse, concretely on her childood horse leaded by his father. Times truly stopped meanwhile everybody was watching her. Strongest emotions, ever!
Unique details to stress out:
Guests tossed the couples at the exit with some small flowers and Dandelions. Magical.
The unique shoes of the bride: pink velvet and a golden artwork
Tender Baby sheep we had during the appetizers (called merry) and the photoshooting.
The wooden seating plan made with a big aquarelle on an organic paper (the mother of the bride made it).
The unique and overflowed exuberant bridal bouquet
A big olive tree inside the tent
The reception was held into a tent with a big olive tree inside! We filled in with multiples small lights.That was simply stunning. The place names were personalized pieces of wood, the cloches with flowers, the organic cream runtable, the copper candle sticks and cutlery, the fine glassware gave the elegant and sophisticated touch
The reception lasted over 6 am, and we prepared some camp fire were set to gather everybody around the fire and share some marshmallows.Photos : En Route Photography
Newlyweds : Maite MachAs seen on : Read Ruffled ‘s blog featuting this wedding!
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