As Wedding Designer & Planner, we love being able to travel to other cities outside of Granada to help our couples make the wedding of their dreams come true. For the wedding of María and Antonio, we traveled to our neighboring Malaga to celebrate a wedding in full color.
María loves strong colors, with intensity, like her, colors that give off joy and vitality. For this reason, we chose the bougainvillea color as the main color of the wedding. As Wedding Designer we take care of all the details, so that the wedding gives off vitality and freshness.
The groom’s preparations were carried out at his home, while the bride chose to get ready at the NH Málaga Hotel, surrounded by her family and bridesmaids.
María and Antonio’s wedding ceremony in Malaga was in the morning. They chose the Church Sagrado Corazon, in the heart of the city. An imposing Church, half hidden in the streets of the historic center that stands out for its incredible neo-Gothic architecture.
Since the arrival of the bride and groom, we have not stopped living moments full of emotion. As soon as they arrived at the Church, the groom and the godmother were waiting for him to sing a song for the mother of the bride. A moment that was also repeated when the best man arrived accompanied by the bride.
The celebration after the ceremony took place at Finca la Dulzura, in Benalmádena. It was an elegant celebration, where details and surprises were not lacking. One of the most romantic moments, came with the cut of Marta Pino Postres‘ cake, which was a surprise from the bride who wanted to wink at the groom, and decorated it with planes and heels.
The bride and groom kicked off the dance with the Dirty Dancing BSO song. To do this, Maria changed her dress and surprised everyone with a powdered pink dress. Right after her dance, the party began with the surprise performance of saxophonist Anthony Jimenez and violinist Mel Minué.
We leave you a summary of the wedding in Malaga, in full color, of María and Antonio.