No wedding season would be complete without an annual trip to the lovely Palacete de Cazulas. If my memory serves me right I have visited the stunning venue for seven or eight years in a row, and it still holds the same charm that it always has. Last year Rebecca and Daniel got in touch with me and my ears pricked up when they mention their wedding venue, so naturally I was really thrilled to be asked to document their day.
Early May is one of the best times of year at Cazulas as the temperature is not too fierce and the flowers are in full bloom. When I arrived Rebecca was super relaxed (although Daniel not so much). It’s always great to be able to document parts of the preparation, especially in such a breathtaking setting, so I got to work as Daniel got ready in a room close by with his parents and Rebecca with her friends.
The chapel at Cazulas is not that big but it’s stooped in history and as always it was great to have Padre Peter at the helm. The combination of the pretty chapel, the iconic Padre Peter and live Spanish guitar outside is about as perfect as it gets.
After a beautiful and emotional ceremony with touching readings from family and friends, it was time to make our way for canapés and cocktails in the gardens to enjoy the unforgettable views. It´s great to be able to change locations a few times on your big day, even within the same venue, so after cocktail hour everyone made their way to the upper terrace for tear jerking speeches and a feast to match.
After the cutting of the cake by the pool it was party time. The band Monkey Tennis played a great mix of tunes, as always, and the pool-side party carried on long into the night!
Big thanks too:
Jingles (The guitar man)