Celia + Daniel were set on planning an outdoor Tuscan-style wedding…in rainy northern Spain. Not to be deterred, they chose the beautiful Monasterio del Espino, an old monastery overlooking the countryside, complete with Spanish vineyards and family-style dining. When the day came, C+D were greeted with perfect weather and a golden sunset that made the nearby wheat fields glisten with gold!
The couple recalls that perfect highlight: The moment when Daniel, our photographer, took us in his car to the wheat fields, it was like surfing in a golden ocean. Windows down, dress rolled up, and fresh air in our faces, we felt like the protagonists of a road movie escaping our own wedding. When we arrived we felt so relaxed that we did not even have to pose. It was magical: being alone for the first time. That wheat field, that light, that moment…we are engraved forever.
So romantic!! Let’s have a look at those magical photos by Daniel at People Truelove Tellers, shall we?
Such a sweet moment before the ceremony!
Mimoki created Celia’s lovely crown of flowers to hold her veil.
Such a unique yet classic dress by Isabel Nuñez! Hard to choose a favorite detail, but the lace cuffs are SO pretty.
Now THIS is family style. Monasterio del Espino provided the food, cake, and desserts for C+D’s guests.
Mix-matched plates and pops of floral color from Floristería Palmero on white…so dreamy!
We love the idea of sneaking off for a few minutes alone to take it all in. The two of you together…it’s what the day is about, after all.
Crazy dancing with the people you love under stars and twinkle lights? Doesn’t get much better than that!
Love it! Thanks to C+D for sharing your day and congrats from all of us at GWS!
photography: People Truelove Tellers // venue name: Monasterio del Espino, Santa Gadea del Cid, Burgos, Spain // florals: Floristería Palmero // wedding dress: Isabel Nuñez // hairpiece: Mimoki // bride's shoes: Pura López // groom attire: Antonaga // groom's shoes: Glent // catering: Monasterio del Espino // cake: Monasterio del Espino // desserts: Monasterio del Espino