Meet our couple, Emma, who's Head of Wholesale for women's designer ERDEM, and Ben, who's the Director of the recruitment company. The couple wed on 11 May 2019 around the island of Mallorca.
"We desired to make a weekend from it and for family and friends to be able to remain at the venue. We were searching for somewhere that allowed us to achieve that, but also desired to keep the wedding small."
When she found her lovely lace prom dresses, there is only one option for Emma, which was a dress using its tiered ruffles and cutaway shoulder detail.
Emma added pearl drop earrings, and wore simple white sandals, in addition to a custom-made veil.
"My veil is made of silk tulle and edged with lace in the hem from the dress once they shortened it."
I'm so very happy to be sharing more work by photographers, as I had the pleasure of covering they shot in 2018, and that we shared this past year.
"Paco and Aga understood us immediately. We didn’t want anything too posed, just to capture the essence of the day, plus they did just that. They were like ninjas around the day and also the final results are beautiful. We love them and loved sharing all of them with our family and friends. They shared sneak peeks around, and were so communicative through the whole process."
The two bridesmaids looked wonderful in elegant column gowns, in sunny shades of red and yellow, and together with Emma, carried pretty hand-tied bouquets of white sweet peas, anemones, and scabiosa, and Emma's also included subtle bursts of color in lovely lemon yellow and peachy ranunculus.
Ben wore an incredible bespoke linen suit, that they paired with a white shirt, green printed tie, and shoes.
"We met via a friend at a party in 2012 and moved in together after six months. Ben's proposal was low-key – late one night inside a wine bar in Paris. He hadn't brought the ring with him that night so I thought it was a tale – he'd planned to inquire about me over dinner several nights later but decided to inquire about that on a whim instead because the moment felt right. We had our wedding annually and a half later."
Guests gathered for that ceremony, taking their seats outside within the garden, encompassed by citrus and palm trees, using the grassy aisle adorned with vibrant blooms. Emma was accompanied on the aisle by her dad, who also performed the ceremony.
Laura was the couple’s wedding coordinator, as well as their day was beautifully styled by Lisa.
"We knew we desired to keep it relaxed and intimate but possess the most fun we'd ever endured. Straddling the road somewhere between pared-back and straightforward, and real Spanish fiesta. Lisa understood what we desired to do visually and that we were amazed by how everything looked around the day."
Family and friends took their seats as Emma and Ben made their joyful arrival with the archway from the Finca, to consider their place amongst them for lunch.
With the sundown, Emma and Ben cut their lovely, three-tier cake designed for them, and took it towards the dancefloor because the festoon lights shone above them.
"I spilled something on Ben's suit at dinner therefore we quickly ran to sort it out. It was one of the only moments I was completely alone during your day, also it was lovely."
Words of Wedded Wisdom
"You're permitted to change your mind. I never imagined using a destination wedding after which it felt right. You can change your mind on anything at any point within the planning, so don't feel trapped by something you thought you desired and aren't so certain of as everything comes together."
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