ROMANTICISM AND LIGHT
Those are the two words that today’s real bride Montse uses to sum up her beautiful big day to husband Raul. And they couldn’t be more appropriate – this really is a wedding filled with love, light and lots of laughter.
Not only is this Spanish summer wedding filled with so many perfect touches of rustic decor, but it’s also so very obvious just how much Montse and Raul adore one another – the love they have for each other and the fun they create together as a couple shines through in every single one of Kiss Me Frank‘s beautifully shot photographs…
Your love story: We met in the Fallas of Valencia, between fire and dragons, like in a fairy tale. Since then we knew we wanted to be together forever. And here we are nine years later, nine years of relationship, eight living together, just married, recently pregnant and with lot of love.
What inspired your wedding, the colours and style? We wanted our wedding be told as our personal love story. We received the help of Katinka and Massimo, the owners of the wedding venue, and they managed very good to translate our wishes in real wedding ideas. The property was decorated with retro furniture, glass vases with flowers and feathers in pastel colours, all created wonderful scenery that gave romanticism and lightness to our wedding.
What was special about the venue? We chose l’Avellana Mas den Cabré as the wedding venue. The mix of the ancient hazelnuts farmhouse, the modern details and the magestic beauty of the surrounding nature made for us the perfect mix. When you pass the main entrance you enter another world, where the mix of white, mediterranean blue and intense green envelopes you.
What did you and your wedding party wear? I wore a dress made by Dolors Munné, white, with a pink belt and earrings by Joiers Esteve, a spectacular gift from my mother and my sisters. Raúl a black suit and a black bow tie by Señor, he was stunning!
Any special moments during the ceremony? One of the highlights was the entrance to the ceremony with our mothers, and my sister and my sister in law singing live, even excited when we hear the song Hallelujah. Readings made to measure by our closest friends were also very special moments.
The most memorable moment? We keep many memorable moments from that big day, but there were two things that filled us with joy. One was the entrance to the wedding reception, with a very cheerful music, sunglasses on and dancing madly. The other was seeing how all guest were thrilled reading the personalised love notes we left to each one in their seats. Everyone was excited and 5 months later most of them are still talking about it.
Any advice for other brides? Enjoy all moments, and organise it with much, much, much love. Guests will appreciate it.