Yeah, I’m back!! Sorry, I know it’s been a long time, but it looked like I really needed that time. I really do want to go on with the blog, despite the day job, the baby, and you know, trying to keep up friendships… But I must admit I can’t promise I’ll be as regular as before. So now more than ever, the best thing for you to do if you want to be kept informed about the latest updates here, is to enter you email somewhere on this website to be notified. But you know, it’s up to you.
Today’s wedding took place near Barcelona. I really really loved the spot, this little church in what looks like the deepest depths of the (Catalonia) forest. Let’s take a quick history break, apparently the church is an ancient construction from the XVII-th century called Pou de Glaç, where people used to store the ice. It was an intimate party with only 30 guests and the reception was celebrated in the woods near the construction. I hope that you’ll enjoy it and that it’ll inspire you (mojito soaps as a wedding favour? yes please!) Photography: Raquel Benito.
Here’s from Carla and Carles about the kind of wedding they wanted.
Well, that was crystal clear since day 1. A special location and a few number of guests (family and close friends, basically). No obligations and things like that. Birthday party-like, but celebrating love instead of years. We were very lucky to be able to celebrate our engagement in a pretty magical place in the middle of the forest in Catalonia.
Name one thing you regret…
We know it sounds cliché, but nothing. Second thought: Ok, maybe if we had eaten something during all the afternoon we would sure have appreciated the quality and diversity of our catering. According to everyone else in there, it was yummy. Not kidding, though.
… And one thing that makes you proud.
Getting married in front of our little baby girl (we have a daughter), making our family and close friends feel happy and comfy on our day, hiring Bodas de Cuento to organize everything before and during the wedding, being able to call Marina & Ricky (from Bodas de Cuento) our friends right now, having wonderful memories about that day that will last forever thanks to Raquel Benito and her gorgeous photo essay… and yeah, why not? Having pretty less memories on the “after-party” thanks to tequila”.