My biggest weakness when it comes to wedding venues? Gorgeous old-world Spanish architecture. Case in point: The Hacienda, and the backdrop for this insanely stunning soiree from Rachel Rose Weddings. It might be the worn pale tiling, the subtle cracks in the stone or the weathered wooden doors… but it feels as if the walls have seen countless generations of love. And etched right in, is this sweet day.
From Rachel Rose Weddings….Victoria and Richard were struggling to choose between our wedding venues for their big day but once they visited The Hacienda their hearts were set. They had decided on a rustic but romantic wedding and The Hacienda was the perfect setting for this with its surrounding andalucian countryside yet elegant and slightly grand main house. The wedding took place in early May and the weather was perfect for an alfresco ceremony which took place in the gardens of the house. We chose a colour palette to suit the backdrop of the venue with beautiful David Austin roses in soft peaches and creams with a few succulents to add some depth and contrast. This flower choice was then continued with the rustic styled centerpieces and buttonholes. With a classical Spanish guitarist setting the tone as the wedding guests arrived for a welcome reception of Sangria, the day was ready to start. Victoria looked beautiful in her very romantic Pronovia dress and after the ceremony the guests moved to the pool area for champagne and canapés followed by dinner and dancing long into the night in the beautifully decorated and romantically lit courtyard – a party to remember!
Photography: Joseba Sandoval | Florist: Flor Valentin | Wedding Gown: Pronovias | Stationery: Nulki Nulks | Bridesmaids Dresses: Jane Normal | Catering: Sana Catering Marbella | Grooms Suit: T M Lewin | Venue: The Hacienda | Bride Shoes & Bag: Jimmy Choo | Hair & Make Up: Princess Bride | Minister: Lizzie Marriage | Planning And Styling: Rachel Rose Weddings