Today’s wedding sees us head to France for this super stylish French Chateau Wedding. Beatrice and...
It’s Friday so what better reason to be happy! That and the weather really does seem to have turned a corner and it looks like spring is at long last on its way! I really can’t wait! However if you are looking for some sunshine now, todays wedding film is just the thing for you as it is FULL of summer sun from gorgeous Marbella, shot perfectly by Studio Krrusel. Tanya and Adam were married on 6th June 2014 in Marbella and the location is just stunning. A beautiful landscape, gorgeous venue and the loveliest of couples. This wedding really is wonderful from beginning to end. The wedding vows are touching and funny at the same time, making for the most amazing ceremony in the sunshine. Tanya makes the most beautiful bride, and the evening dancing really shows what a fun wedding this is!
A most superb wedding, starting the weekend off in style!
Tanya and Adam usually spend the holidays together in the south of Spain where her family owns a house, so they decided to marry there under the sun of Marbella. The location was awesome, lost in the mountains, and the event designed and organized by Caprichia Weddings & Occasions was truly amazing, full of modern details while balanced and elegant.
Music choice was also spectacular, with a session that both young and old people enjoyed the whole night, something really difficult to find at a wedding in Spain. We especially loved the moment when the DJ started to play techno and everybody went crazy.
The experience of working with Tanya and Adam itself was wonderful. Above anything else we love people, they are who tell a story… and Tanya and Adam gave us more than enough reasons to fall in love with them. It is difficult to decide which is our favourite part of the wedding because the whole day was amazing. The relationship with their friends and family, tey were all so friendly and happy…
If we have to choose a sequence in the video we love the way the story is told in the first half, intercutting the ceremony with different moments during their preparation.