In the southern most point of Spain, rests a secluded eco retreat. An oasis, surrounded by towering palm trees and breathtaking views over Malaga, where this boho-indian wedding inspiration took place...
A very good friend of mine gave me the idea for this post, when she said something along the lines of how stressful it had been organising her wedding and that when it was over, she was sure she would find something else to stress over.
A few years ago, I would have completely agreed. But now, I truly believe that worrying and stress doesn't have to be a part of our lives. Stress is not good for us and it can be overcome if we just dedicate some time to ourselves. Want to know which three ways helped me become a more positive and happier person?
This family run organic farmhouse sits high in the rolling green hills of Malaga's protected natural park, sparkling brightly under the Andalusian sun. The rustic country house is perfectly perched with panoramic views over the luscious mountainous landscape, giving you the sensation that you are in a faraway land, when in fact you are only a half an hour drive from the bustling city of Malaga.
Maria and Manu's country wedding took place in early October this year in a traditional rustic cortijo and warm Autumn tones were the inspiration behind the decoration with bold touches of their favourite colour blue and of course a lot of wood. It was a perfect day of dancing to indie rock music surrounded by their family and friends from Poland, where the couple met on Erasmus, the UK and Spain. We love international weddings!!
Miguel and Fiona didn’t need any witness’s. Only each other…
This intimate wedding portrays a strong bond held between two people. The dense woodland, towering pine trees and remote mountainous backdrop suggests a feeling of solitude; even if Miguel and Fiona were the only two souls left in the world it wouldn’t matter.