Amazing, incredible, awesome! not my words but those of a guest in Heidi & Lalo’s guest book and those three words pretty much sum up the entire experience. Heidi & Lalo live in LA and made the trip over to Barcelona with close family and friends from far and wide. As some of you will know I absolutely love these kinds of weddings and having the chance to hang out with people this cool for a few days was a real treat.

The Friday began with a coach trip out to a fabulous venue for a touch of local culture and paella cooking and  lovely lunch. WIth barely time to catch your breath it was then off to the cava producers Codorniu, chances are if you like cava you will have sampled some of this at some point. The sheer vastness of the premises is something to behold and despite the odd guest fading a little after lunch we were all treated to fantastic tour and tasting.

As if that was not enough for one day it was swiftly back to Barcelona before the rehearsal dinner in the newly renovated Hotel Espana and the incredible dining room boasting original hand painted murals on the walls, I was politely told that use of any flash would result in instant removal  which gives you some idea how precious they are.

So where were we? After so much to absorb from the Friday it was hard not to have some sort of expectation about the Saturday and the only remaining 17th century palace in the gothic area of Barcelona seemed a suitable location, even boasting the original furniture from the 17th century . Palau Moxo is a truly stunning location, I have  never seen so many chanceliiers in one room anywhere before and it is actually worth taking a peek at their website to view the venue from the past.

The wedding ceremony took place in the church directly opposite the Palau Moxo and having shot in many stunning churches in the past this has to be up there with one of the most beautiful. After a lovely ceremony it was back across the square for a traditional Japanesse blessing followed by cocktails and canapés in the courtyard.

Dinner was as you would expect superb, and also accompanied by an incredible solo concert pianist ( You probably were not expecting much less than that by now ) and after speeches and tears it was time for cake cutting in the main in the lounge area and lots more tears!

Can’t thanks you enough for allowing me to share such a wonderful experience with your friends and family and it will certainly be a wedding I shall never forget. If you would like to view the slideshow from the two days then please CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE SLIDESHOW   if you were a guest then viewing is a must, if you weren’t it is still a must!

A huge thanks to everyone who made the wedding such a great success and as ever great to work with you all.

Clare Barcelona Wedding

Catrin Absolutely gorgeous Barcelona

Will + Oriel ENSU awesome videography

Catering Sensacions

Thanks and enjoy.

J

 

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05.21.2012
So many fantastic photos of a wedding that really was very special - Thank you so much Jeremy for capturing the love, happiness & beauty so wonderfully!
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05.21.2012
great photos, Jeremy!
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07.11.2012
Dude, every single photo is genius. I love them.
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[…] Around the world we have champagne from France, Sekt in Germany, Prosecco in Italy and other wonderful, bubbly beverages. In Barcelona we have cava! A must at weddings, this gorgeous drink has its’ own charm and in the region of Catalunya we are lucky to be surrounded by many fine vineyards. Did you know that Cava comes from San Sadurni D’Anoia here in Catalunya? The Codorniu Winery is one of Barcelona Wedding‘s favorite producers. Besides cava, the fine modernist buildings by the famous modernist Architect  Josep Puig i Cadafalch in this region makes the winery a highly interesting place. Many of our weddings include visits to the Codorniu Winery. Heidi and Lalo enjoyed their outing to the beautiful winery with friends. We enjoy discovering local products to use at our events, as we are always pleasantly surprised by the excellent quality. Check out Heidi and Lalo’s photos taken by the ever amazing and creative Jeremy Standley. […]
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