MAMMA MIA MIAM MIAM THIS WEDDING !
On reçoit maintenant par mail quelques pépites qui nous enchantent, comme quand le duo de A+Y nous propose de publier le beautiful mariage de Camino et Quique. Tout parfait ! La suite en images.
We would like to tell you about the details of the wedding: Camino & Quique are a really alternative couple, they have tried to escape from the tipical conventionalism arranging their great day, despite the difficulties of doing that in Spain (which is a very traditional country in this matter). Their idea: to celebrate their wedding on a totally different place avoiding the horrible wedding ballrooms and tents.
The ceremony took place on the garden of their house, an old refurbished dairy near the center of the emblematic city of Santiago de Compostela. The garden has a double symbolism, unbelievable views of the romanic cathedral, and the fact of being wed under one magnificent camellia tree. This last detail was very important mostly for Camino, because his father always told her that « Quique is the tree under Camino was supposed to spend the rest of her life”. After the demise of her father, Camino has no doubt that this had to be the motto of their day… Beautiful!
After that, they celebrated their Reception at “Finca Somoza”, and old restored Psychiatric Hospital. They decided to arrange a cocktail with different live food stations decorated by Camino herself (Camino is an architect and she has designed and arranged almost every single detail of the wedding).
This couple loves traveling, be aware of the last trends, inspire themselves with the music of their favorite bands, they love to attend to concerts and festivals, and even decided that a tote bag, like the ones that their buy at venues, was the best option to make their wedding invitation. That was also very present at the dance floor in the reception, arcade fire, beach house, the Cure, the Postal Service… besides, they danced a very special song for them (una nueva vida, Nadadora), under a replica of the top of a tree, as a remembering of their wedding motto.