A few weeks ago I had the pleasure to shoot a Spanish Inspiration Wedding at Molino del Duque that was featured on the Ruffled Blog, the blog for the most stylish brides.
For this very special occasion we chose an amazing villa in the countryside of Manilva, a beautiful village in the Costa del Sol, Málaga. An ideal place to celebrate a wedding in Andalusia. The venue was fully surrounded by orange trees, the views were amazing. In the pictures you can enjoy the colourful country landscape and the beautiful garden inspiration
This Andalusian wedding inspirational session was organised by the famous Marbella’s wedding planner Caprichia Weddings & Occasions, she is an specialist in organizing international but very Andalusian weddings in Marbella. Together with the florist VG Florista they organised an amazing set that perfectly represents how your wedding in southern Spain should look like 😉 All the charm with no spare in treats and details like the different tables with typical Spanish delights: Spanish cheeses accompanied by quince, natural nuts, forest berries and other seasonal fruits, as appealing to the eye as to the taste. A beautiful catering supplied by Goyo Catering.
For Caprichia Weddings & Occasions this was its “interpretation of a perfect blend between the unique Spanish charm, the warm light of the Andalusian sun, our vibrant colors and our delicious gastronomy and local products… Simply pure inspiration for our Andalusian Wedding Shooting! A joyful journey towards the deepest, most authentic roots of the Andalusian culture, to create our own vision of a truly Spanish wedding.”
About the venue Molino del Duque she said: We couldn’t have chosen a better wedding venue background than this property in Malaga, which used to be an ancient flour wheel dating from the XVIIth century, breathing history from every corner. We wanted to make our particular wink to our internationally awarded Spanish courtyards in Andalusia, packed in clay pots with hanging colorful flowers, and we recreated those as the perfect scenery for a wedding altar, where our bride, wrapped in a hand-embroidered Spanish shawl (“mantón”) merged with a vibrant background of geraniums, carnations, bougainvilleas, azaleas and grasses, facing simple wooden chairs.
In this wedding photographs you can see all the details that made of this a very special wedding setting: hand-made ceramics, hand-painted tableware, brass containers, wooden tools, iron utensils and other antiques, to shape our food stations and dinner table, where a splash of abundance of first quality ingredients displayed with care and delicacy made the rest.
Juana Martín was responsible of the bridal dress and shoes of this very Andalusian bride- And Rafaela make ups was the one that made her shine for her day. A beautiful set for a beautiful bride.
I really enjoyed this Andalusian-Spanish inspiration session. Hope you did too!
Photography: Pedro Bellido | Couture Styling & Planning: Caprichia Weddings & Occasions | Venue & Catering: Goyo Catering | Flowers: VG Florista | Bride Dress & Shoes: Juana Martín | Make up: Rafaela Makeup | Model: Casting Agency