Palacio de Moutas sits on the northern coast of Spain, on the coast of Bay of Biscay. Dilapidated stone walls frame a cozy back garden, and the entire palace truly sparkles in the candlelight. It is here that today’s elopement inspiration comes from! Using the historical backdrop, Marco of M2visualstudio wanted to highlight a 70s-inspired style, with all its art and poetry. His idea? The groom represents a rebellious poet; the bride is a romantic dreamer and is also the daughter of the palace owners…
Much of the color palette and overall design inspiration stems from vintage ‘Macau’ porcelain, and all the intricate patterns + subdued colors. With the help of the designer, Living Las Bodas, they decked the palace out with gorgeous greenery, lit lanterns, and the dreamiest tablescape.
Let’s be transported to Spain, shall we?
What a stunning crown by Marta Ybern!
That sleek + modern dress by Beba’s Closet has us seriously swooning!
This stairway lined with lanterns is pretty darn spectacular, don’t you think?
HOLY SMOKES — that room decorated with greenery + and a collection of different chairs.
El Invernadero crafted this giant leafy wreath and it’s absolutely INCREDIBLE! We could see this being used for so many different types of weddings… And we especially love how to the circular hoop represents continuous and endless love.
The groom looks super sharp in his light gray suit from Zara.
A semi-naked cake, decorated with dripping blue icing, macarons, blueberries, and antique roses? LOVE!
Warm colored plates, cups, and vases lined the table, along with lit candles, and daffodils… We’re pretty darn fond of the warm + cozy feeling created here!
The calligraphy menu, place cards, and invites were done by the fine hand of Naranjas Chinas.
Wasn’t that incredible? From the epic greenery, to the warm color palette, and the 70s-inspired elements mixed with the old world vibes… It’s all just TOO GOOD! A huge thank you to the team behind this dreamy shoot!
photography: M2visualstudio // venue name: Palacio De Moutas, Pravia, Asturias, Spain // event design: Living Las Bodas // planning: Living Las Bodas // florals: El Invernadero // wedding dress: Beba´s Closet // wedding dress boutique: Beba´s Closet // hairpiece: Marta Ybern // bride's shoes: Miss Garcia // bride's ring: Soraya Martín Joyas // getting ready robes: La Costa Del Algodon // hair stylist: Maryhuerta // makeup artist: personal shoper Asturias // groom attire: Zara // groom's shoes: Zara // groom's ring: Soraya Martin Joyas // paper goods: Naranjas Chinas // calligraphy: Naranjas Chinas // models: Paula Aduriz LLaneza and Fredley de Morais