Have you ever been to an event that feels both relaxed AND high class? It is a very rare combination but when it happens the whole day feels like it is holding on to some kind of magic! Leticia and Joan's dream wedding styled and coordinated by Bodas de Cuento is just this kind of day and we cannot wait to share it with you!
Keep on scrolling to find a pampas grass ceremony ring we know you'll love along with a countless other vintage Fall inspired wedding details. You'll find even more in the full gallery thanks to the fabulous photos from Raquel Benito.
Leticia (Spanish) and Joan (Venezuelan) are living together in Belgium. Their dream was to get married in Spain and we found just the perfect place: Masia Ribas (Barcelona, Spain). We designed a vintage romantic wedding with a touch of modern details and a soft pink mood.
For the ceremony, the guests sat comfortably in baroque armchairs and lounge sofas to enjoy the vows of the couple. After the ceremony, we prepared bubble blowers for the guests when the couple walked down the aisle. Overall it was spectacular!
For the flower decoration, we worked closely together with Mireia Abras. The style was romantic but casual with a modern twist, you could see pampas all over the place, mixed with granate colored flowers and pastel pink roses. A giant circle was created with pampas and roses in soft tones for the ceremony.
The Bridal Style
What to say about Leticia's one in a million powder pink dress from the designer Emily Riggs, she looked absolutely breathtaking. Laia Martin, a professional makeup artist, transformed Leticia into an even more beautiful bride.
The catering prepared a selection of typical authentic Venezuelan dishes: tequeños (fried breaded cheese stick), mini empanadas de cazon (fried stuffed pastry), cachapas (maize pancakes) and much more delicacies, the Venezuelan guests felt at home. They also enjoyed an extended national cheese buffet and the fresh soups. During the appetizer, we arranged a piano bar for some swing music while the guest could order their Camparis and Mojitos with the musicians directly!
The seating plan in watercolor pink was made with hand lettering by the bride herself. The place was filled with thousands of LED lights creating an intimate and romantic atmosphere. Each table had a hanging flower centerpiece with pampas and the table itself was decorated with the pastel pink roses and granate colored begonias and thousands of lights.
The bride is an artist for a living and when we saw how good the hand lettering was, our eyes lit up! We asked her for a lot of things which she prepared herself, like the giant fabric sign with “Kiss me under the light of a thousand stars”.
The icing on the cake, literally, was the dessert buffet before which the bride changed into here second wedding dress ready to celebrate all night long with her brand new husband.
Get a closer look at this vintage Fall inspired wedding by watching the wedding video from A&Y video below.