I’m going to be honest with you, when I started getting so much demand for destination weddings, I got a bit nervous. Founding an eco-friendly and sustainable company that vows to be as green as possible, but specialises in destination weddings can seem a little hypocritical, I’m sure.
An Andalusian rustic country cottage that sits on acres and acres of luscious green land encircled with breathtaking mountain views is enough to make anyone feel giddy with excitement. But, when the owner’s ultimate goal is to design a space that is self-sufficient taking sustainability one step further, to land regeneration with the art of permaculture, then that’s the icing on the cake.
Boasting vast interior spaces that spill out onto beautiful patios. A maze of ruins overwhelming the exterior spaces, and the terracotta textured walls creating a perfect balance of such a magnificent building being located in a natural setting. The open gardens that surround the monastery, have their own charm and can be enjoyed peacefully during the hot summer days or even at night, under a thick ceiling of stars, as many stargazing activities take place at this very location.
Experiencing nature doesn’t mean giving up modern day comforts. In this luxury eco retreat that sits surrounded by organic farmland, in the Andalusian hills, you will get an authentic taste of living lavishly in a stylishly designed country house, while experiencing a deep connection with nature and yourself.
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.
This charming farmhouse in Andalusia seems as though it was built on the wrong continent with the Moroccan style orange textured walls, long hallways and arched ceilings. The tropical biodiversity surrounding the farmhouse may also give you that impression. But, when you step into the interiors, a whole other feeling takes over…
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.