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Saturday, May 10, 2014

A Music Festival Themed Wedding in Ronda

Reviva are steaming into their 2014 weddings, having just returned from a wonderful wedding weekend for Debs and John who flew in all the way from Australia to host a wonderful wedding in Toledo complete with sneakers, cannot wait to share this wedding with you! 

The weather here is fabulous for May, summer arrived complete with blue skies and sunshine just after Easter Monday and here we are busily preparing for our May and June weddings.   Some are gold, some are silver, lots of glitter, sequins and sparkle so getting very excited!

We are currently working on quite a few weddings in the beautiful Ronda area and having been searching for images to show our clients, we realised then we had only shared a few images of one of our favourite weddings from last August of Barbara and Stuart, so here are a few more taken by the talented photographer Anna Gadza.

We loved working on this wedding and squeaked with delight when we saw the cute bridesmaids dresses accessorized with gold sandals and the fact that Barbara and Stuart wanted music festivals as their table names.

It was a rustic style wedding which worked beautifully with this gorgeous venue and as every couple has a budget that we always work with, we enjoyed coming up with some money saving ideas such as bringing in haystacks to use for the chill out.  Coupled with a few bright throws and cushions this was a perfect solution to creating a lovely chill out area by the pool at little cost.  We loved creating all the details for this special day from the lemonade welcome drinks station to creating little origami bird garlands to hang from the trees along the rather hot cheese stack tower!  It was a hot one and hit over 40 degrees but along with lots of water and Cheetos, Jess survived!

Barbara and Stuart had a fantastic day celebrating their special occasion with their family and friends, even after their best man broke his leg just before the wedding and was told he could not fly he took to the road with his friend to drive from the UK to Spain so as not to miss their special day.

We have many wonderful stories about facing diversity during weddings, one is a very sad one at the moment but we are working hard to make sure our beautiful bride and groom enjoy their day despite currently facing devastating circumstances that have affected their day.

Every wedding has a story and we love to share these with our couples, get to know them, how they met and understand when sometimes things go terribly wrong and help in every way we can to make sure their special day goes according to the best plan available.

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