Marta and Eider wanted their wedding to be different to the traditional Spanish wedding. Married in Barcelona, this pair are wedding videographers by trade so they knew exactly what they did and did not want for their own big day. They wanted a day which expressed their happiness, and were inspired by tattoos and the passion they both share for skateboarding and longboarding.
They hired a house which they shared with all their friends for the weekend. They were all together drinking and swimming in the pool. It was so great to have the space to share, especially as the day before the wedding it rained a lot. One of the coolest things about this wedding was that not only did the couple get tattoos on the day, but some of their guests did too – yes real ones!
The biggest expenses were definitely the caterers and decoration. The tables were decorated with greenery, pink blooms and silver chargers, candles created a gorgeous ambience, and the venue looked simple, chic and rustic.
The brides were wearing stylish separates, the first one was a boho lace one with long sleeves, the second was with a boho lace half sleeve top that looked the same as the previous, and a plain skirt – the girls looked very unified, very couple-like and still with their own style. They also covered up with black leather jackets bought and decorated for that very day. One wedding bouquet was of greenery and neutral blooms, the second was with pink blooms and a king protea – similar but a bit different looks created a gorgeous ensemble.