Outdoor Spanish Wedding At A 1770 Catalan House

What an unforgettable summer night this must have been! A cozy outdoor reception with long trestle tables featuring the most beautiful and vibrant plant pot centerpieces, all surrounded by stunning gardens and framed by magnificent fairy lights – isn’t that a dream?

Paloma and Jordi wanted to celebrate their wedding in some place they feel like home. So the venue was Masía Ribas, a traditional Catalán house from 1770 as a familiar venue it match perfectly with what the lovely couple wanted. The ceremony took place at the Monastery of Valldonzella a special church at the Upper East Side of Barcelona and then all the guests and the couple arrived to Masía Ribas a classic Cataluña house from 1770.

Paloma dressed at home with Xavier González’s unique custom made wedding gown with a lace illusion bodice and she chose traditional and trendy shoes: espadrilles from Eduard Castillo. She also wore a headpiece of dried flowers, a special gift of a very close friend. The beautiful blooms are echoed in the bridal flower crown and bouquet, and pop against her delicate custom made Xavier González’s gown, as well as all the fabulous rustic decor.

In order to create a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere we design a cocktail dinner with wooden tables without tablecloth, benches, a very colorful decoration, and a lot of corners with high tables, stools, sofas, etc., in which each guest could sit where they wanted (and change places too!). The guests could choose any menu they wanted: there were 6 varieties of buffets and appetizers that were served. Look at the pics and get your Pin button ready!

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