Spanish Inspired Wedding Shower by Diana Lupu Photography
November 7, 2011

I'm totally head over heels for this Spanish inspired wedding shower photographed by Diana Lupu Photography. The colors, the textures, the games...and that dog! Everything is so absolutely adorable and perfect that I would have loved to have been there to see the look on the lucky bride's face as she walked into this fiesta. Yup, this bride is one lucky chica. Thanks to her maid of honor, she had a hand crafted shower that everyone is sure to remember and one that we get to drool over for hours upon hours in the gallery. Yay! I guess we're pretty lucky too. Click here for more!









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From Diana Lupu Photography...This wedding shower was put together by Felicia's best friend Ursula, who envisioned a beautiful, bright Spanish Fiesta theme filled with tons of personal details, each one carefully created and made by Ursula herself. From the hand painted greeting cards adorning each table with words such as "many kisses," to the yarn backdrop for the cake, no detail was overlooked.

The day was beautiful and as the group of ladies sipped on cold Sangria's, a Spanish guitarist provided lovely tunes in the background. Classic games were played by everyone and Ursula designated a perfect area for photographs in the form of a classic red velvet sofa and a ruffled Anthropologie curtain. Guests could write messages to the bride on cue chalkboards which was one of my personal favorite details. Photographs of Felicia and her fiance adorned each table and the food was a delicious myriad of Spanish cuisine.

All of these details were kept under wraps for months as Ursula carefully planned and created, but the greatest surprise of all was when Felicia's husband-to-be stopped by to greet his fiance, play a few games, and of course, grace me with some time for photos. That, along with the too-adorable-for-words polka dotted cake, was the perfect, sweetest ending to Felicia's day and I felt honored to have been able to photograph it.

Photography: Diana Lupu Photography