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Alternative Chic Ibiza Beachside Wedding

Totally in love, this couple hopped a plane to the turquoise coastal waters of Ibiza, Spain, to throw the most memorable dance party of their lives — and did they ever! From the retro vinyl table markers, to the Bride and Groom’s dance floor-ready sneakers, everything about this festive fete — captured beautiful by Ana Lui Photography — was complete and utter fun. Flip through the gallery for more, and get ready to feel the love!

Beach Resort

From Ana Lui PhotographyThis is a super cute wedding in Elixir Beach Club in Ibiza. The young couple was super in love, wearing Converse and kissing a lot. :) They had matching tattoos and fab friends who sang and danced all night!

Photography: Ana Lui Photography | Wedding Venue: Elixir

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Colorful Multicultural Marbella Wedding

Not only is this gorgeous garden-style soiree in the Marbella countryside jam-packed full of intricate and charming details, thanks to Caprichia Weddings & Occasions, but it’s the most beautiful blend of culture and family. From the first stunning image to the very last, Pedro Bellido is behind every powerful capture in this gallery.


From Caprichia Weddings & OccasionsShilpa & Eguiar are an amazing couple full of energy and a positive vibe. From the minute they contacted me, I just wanted to find a dream venue for them. I couldn’t help falling in love with the idea of blending the Indian, Spanish and American cultures, and celebrating a traditional Indian ceremony within a garden party feel. Having achieved such a highlight in their lives is truly fulfilling.

From the beautiful Bride…Eguiar and I both met in grad school at Georgetown University. We started off as good friends and over the course of a year started to develop less platonic feelings for one another. From the beginning of the relationship, I think both of us sensed that this was a relationship for the long haul. About two and a half years of dating, we both grabbed a drink after a friend’s holiday party and started joking about what our wedding would look like. After a few drinks, we both looked at each other and couldn’t find any reason to not make it happen right away.

Eguiar was born and raised in the Canary Islands of Spain, and my parents were Indian immigrants that came over to the US in their 20s. We wanted to honor both our Spanish and Indian heritages, recognizing that at times they can be diametrically in opposition of one another. Spain seemed like a perfect midpoint for my relatives in India and friends in the US, while making it easier for his friends and family to travel. We settled on Marbella, Spain for its proximity to the beach, mountains and the oft-visited sites of Sevilla, Granada and Morocco.

In true Indian style, the wedding was a five-day affair, starting off with a backyard party on that Wednesday and ending with a beachside brunch on Sunday. There was a sangeet and mehndi party, as well as flamenco and traditional Andalucian horse dancing. However, for the wedding, I wanted the actual ceremony and reception to feel like an intimate backyard party, which was definitely a challenge with 240 guests coming in from all over the world.

Lucia, our wedding planner, found us the most stunning venue I have ever seen in my life, which was cliffside off the mountains, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, Gibraltar and the coast of Morocco. I was adamant that the Hindu ceremony, dinner and dancing all be outside. The landscape was too perfect to take second fiddle to formalities. We started off the groom’s baraat (the Indian procession by horse) by the gate of the house to the mandap (the traditional Hindu altar for wedding ceremonies). After our ceremony, guests had cocktail hour overlooking the Costa del Sol and the valley near the pool of the house. Dinner and dancing took place on top of a grassed terrace that oversaw the residence and the distant twinkling lights coming from the coast of Africa.

We had long tables in front of the dancefloor that way people could mingle, get to know each other and feel like they were having dinner with old friends. You could hear Spanish, English and Hindi circulating among our guests. It was truly a multicultural gathering in every sense. Lucia perfectly captured the garden party feel that I was going for, by integrating local flowers on the table, customizing menus for each of the guests with their name, and hanging lanterns over the dancefloor.

There is so much emphasis on throwing a dream wedding, which is silly, but I’m fairly certain that the wedding was as close to what I imagine heaven would be – family, friends, good food, great drinks, stunning location, and dancing until sunset.

I cannot tell you how much the wedding was a hit. I still get emails from Indians, Spaniards and our friends telling them that it was a once in a lifetime experience. People have said that sincerely it was one of the most beautiful, unique weddings and that all throughout Saturday folks would say things like “they have thought of everything; they have thought of all these details”. All of these comments are due to you and your teams execution.

And there is much credit due to your patience and your imagination in blending the Indian elements so perfectly. The mandap and everything surrounding the ceremony was just ideal. I cannot say enough about the venue, too. People were OBSESSED with the view from the cocktail hour, making jokes like “could you see Africa when you got married??”. I can just tell you have such perfect instincts for memorable moments.

I am so grateful to have worked with you and I am just in awe of your great ethic, your amazing classiness, your response to everything. You created the highlight of not only mine and Eguiar’s life but of our parents, too.

Photography: Pedro Bellido | Videography: Studio Krrusel | Bride's Shoes: Alexander Wang | DJ: Romain Bailly | Groom's Suit: J. Lindberg | Indian Wedding Dress: Sabyasachi | Save The Dates/Stationery/Invitation: Mr. Boddington's Studio | Table Stationery: Caprichia Weddings & Occasions | Wedding Bands, Hairpiece, Necklace: Customized Pieces By Misa Jewelry | Wedding Planning, Styling, Venue & Local Vendors: Caprichia Weddings & Occasions | Wedding Website And Customized Design: Una Piranha | White Wedding Dress: Delphine Manivet

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Garden Romance in the South of Spain

Spain is bringing it right now. Or more precisely, this destination wedding in the South of Spain with dreamy photography by Joseba Sandoval is bringing it. And these just might be the prettiest nuptials ever, ever. A Claire Pettibone floral gown, garden glamour details by Mar Sandoval like you wouldn’t believe and all with a layer of undeniable romance. See even more here including a cake by Sweet Things By Fi seriously too pretty to eat.


The co-ordination and styling of this wedding at Hotel Villa Padierna, South of Spain came once our bride chose an amazing Claire Pettibone dress.

It was great how we all came together to create and play with a little added creative styling from the stunning backdrops roses and centerpieces for the table to the hat arrangements for the guests.

The wedding was all based around the concept of the wedding gown, which was all translated into each look across all the elements such as the makeup, flowers, wedding cake, venue and overall styling.

For the wedding we had the pleasure to work along side the most talented wedding suppliers (see below for credits) from the Costa del Sol, who helped translate the concept into reality.

Photography: Joseba Sandoval | Wedding Dress: Claire Pettibone | Shoes: Pedro Del Hierro | Dj: Tristan Harper | Groom's Attire: Santos Y Eva | Hotel: Villa Padierna Palace | Chairs And Linen: Pedro Navarro | Chill Out Furniture: Decoracion Chill Out | Creative Direction And Styling: Mar Sandoval | Earrings And Engagement Ring: Contemporary Jewellery | Escort Cards, Wedding Favors And Wands: Mar Sandoval | Fimmaker: El Zarrio Producciones | Flowers And Ceremony Decor: Pedro Navarro | Make Up And Hair: Princess Bride | Order Of Service (using Gemma Milly´s Design): Con B Mayuscula | Planning + Coordination: Tucco | Up Lighters: Chez Vous | Violinist: Naiara Castillejo | Wedding Cake And Sweet Table: Sweet Things By Fi | Wedding Invite And Menu: Gemma Milly

Destination Wedding in Mallorca, Spain from Claire Morgan Photography

If you want to find me today, you can find me swimming in the sea of pretty right here in this gallery of images from Claire Morgan Photography. You might just find me there tomorrow too, because this wedding is basically my dream come true. A stunning destination setting, a custom gown I might cry over it’s so pretty and gorgeous details around every corner – can you blame me for planning my day around this gallery today? See it all here.


From Claire Morgan Photography Sabine and Tassilo’s dream wedding in Mallorca came true at one of the most spectacular settings I have ever photographed – the Cap Rocat in Llucmajor, Mallorca, Spain. The couple are originally from Germany.

Their celebration took place over 3 days, with the rehearsel dinner and get-together taking place on the Friday evening before the wedding. It was an all white theme and guests enjoyed cocktails as the sun set over the horizon before enjoying dinner.

The following day the couple and family got ready at their suite for the wedding of the Cap Rocat Hotel and the ceremony took place at the Capilla de Sa Torre. The theme of the wedding was turquoise and the wedding planner did a fabulous job of organising all the decoration and stationery which was mostly flown in from Austria and Germany. It was the perfect summer day without a breath of wind for the outdoor dinner setting which was held back at the Cap Rocat Hotel.

After late-night partying the guests then enjoyed a breezy brunch by the sea at the Cap Rocat beach bar with BBQ and all sorts of other delicious delicacies. It was here that the couple also cut their cake.

Photography: Claire Morgan Photography | Cinematography: Licht Film | Wedding Planner: Prime Moments | Flowers: Florelie | Wedding Dress: Custom | Stationery: Tanja Putz | Shoes: Jimmy Choo | Wedding Venue: Cap Rocat | Photography - 2nd Shooter: Christine Meintjes