Autumn love and leaves, tells the story of an English boy moving to New York and falling for a quirky Portland girl at a friends party. Harry’s British sarcasm dominated most of the conversation that first night and Kate actually thought he found her dull and silly. So when Harry asked for her number later on, it wasn’t understood that it was for anything other than being friends. To spell it out, the charming London boy proclaimed he didn’t just want to be friends, got down on one knee and asked his future bride to be for her number, again. And that’s where this love story unfolds…
Their vows were read under a canopy of trees and flowers, a Spanish guitarist played softly, the sunset painted the sky with oranges, pinks and purples and left a lingering warm glow behind. Bold, vibrant tones were the basis for the styling, the florals were an explosion of colour and the places settings individually hand painted. Laura and Jamie shared a romantic dinner with their nearest and dearest under a million sparkly lights. Speeches were given, laughter, tears and love filled the atmosphere.
An old Spanish colonial house in the woods, tall trees blocking out the hot august sunlight, macrame and wild flowers hanging at the altar, guests being greeted with refreshing mojitos and delicious organic local food, the most fun-loving couple and wild party vibes until the early hours of the morning.
It is a dream to work with clients who trust in your work but even more of a dream when they are completely aligned with your philosophy and live by it. Elin and Oliver are a couple who work hard and live life to the fullest with strong beliefs of living in the present moment, constantly showing gratitude and giving back whenever possible. A clear example of this is that their whole wedding gift was donated to WWF (world wildlife fund for nature) and Doctors Without Borders and their place of work (Google), matched the amount.
This wedding is overwhelmingly beautiful, so sit back and enjoy the ride.
Natalia and John, a foodie yoga-loving couple from New Jersey, knew exactly how they wanted to celebrate their wedding day. A family gathering style party with relaxed vibes and a natural flow, local seasonal food and lots of it, live music throughout, a clean minimalist aesthetic and nature wild nature. It was emotional, it was breathtaking and an absolute dream to design.
What would be the most important thing for you in your wedding?
For Susana and Rodolfo, it was to have their family and friends present. This fun-loving couple from Venezuela, now living in Manchester wanted to keep things simple and memorable. They wanted to spend time with each and every guest and show them the best time ever as they would be travelling across the Atlantic to celebrate with them.
Do you believe in love at first sight?
A decade ago, A young Sara and Pablo met through a friend in common. From the very first moment, there was a strong connection between them. It was the end of September in 2007, they had just spent the day together and neither of them wanted it to end. Pablo gave Sara half of a paper love heart. He told her to return it to him the next time they saw each other...Ever since that day, they have been inseparable.
Imagine a festival style wedding in the mountains, with views over olives groves and a cluster of lakes, serenity and thirty of your favourite people to share it with. This is how Heike and Christian celebrated their wedding, no seating plan, no rules, no traditions. Just plain old fun and good vibes.