Set in the city of Zaragoza in Spain, a small, but artsy place mid-way between Madrid + Barcelona, today’s super gorgeous styled shoot is sure to inspire with its modern pastel design elements and creative and playful feel. Photographer, Neima Pidal, teamed up with El Balcón de Alicia, to style the setting with lush, gorgeous flowers, retro furniture and a vintage Volkswagen van. But they were inspired by something else – a tanagram! – more than anything, which is why you’ll fall for the shoot’s fun, geometric vibe.
Neima shares, We were most inspired by a Tangram, an iconic and worldwide known game where you have some geometric pieces and when they are sticked together they create a perfect square and if you move them you can have create different shapes with them. Like love. When it’s true and beautiful, everything fits perfectly and sometimes, it changes its shape, it can become complicated but all the pieces still fit in some way…
What a rad invite suite by Erica Fustero!
The pretty blooms, featuring a picture-perfect king protea, by La Floreria Zaragoza were a great fit for the beautiful setting.
Big tangram wood pieces were used for the different backgrounds, like this ultra- pretty dessert table vignette.
It’s all so lovely, no? We can’t thank the amazing team below enough!
photography: Neima Pidal // planning: El Balcón de Alicia // florals: La Floreria Zaragoza // bride's shoes: El Tocador de la Novia // hair stylist: Oliver y Goretti // makeup artist: Oliver y Goretti // groom attire: Silbon // videography: Cinemasens // paper goods: Erica Fustero // cake: La Tartería // models: Alicia Genzor // location: Zaragoza, Spain // event design: Neima Pidal + El Balcón de Alicia // wedding dress: Danáe Tobajas (skirt) + Zara (crop top) // hairpiece: El Tocador de la Novia + fresh flowers from La Floreria Zaragoza // tablecloth: Telas de Luna // photography assistant: Patricia Anadón // furniture rentals: Mu Restauración, La Prendería // vintage van rentals: 1970 Eventos // tropical plant rentals: Viveros Montecarlo // wood custom work: Deparenpar Madera Creativa // male stylist: Raúl Hernández // cocktails: Eva Mantis