I really don’t know where to start with this wedding because there is SO MUCH to share. So here it goes. Meagan is friends with several of our fabulous past couples and of course we were super stoked (yes I still use that word) to be invited to Spain to cover her and Conrad’s incredible destination wedding. Actually it was more like an event. Scratch that… eventS. From the moment we arrived, there were so many things to film & timelapse. Just around the city of Sevilla alone, we had one of the largest Cathedrals in Europe, a 14th century palace, and beautiful architecture everywhere. It was ridiculous. Sevilla is amazing and if you haven’t been there, book a ticket. Like right now.
When you watch the SDE (yes we did a Same Day Edit… in Spain) you’ll notice that it starts with an event that took place in a bull fighting ring. That would be their rehearsal dinner. Yep. The couple planned an opportunity for their (hilarious and fun) bridal party (well mainly the guys) to “fight” a baby bull. These “matadors” (eh-hem) did a fabulous job and definitely entertained the crowd. What followed next was a Gypsy wedding which (of course) started with the bride being kidnapped and the groom saving her. duh. The couple exchanged their personal vows here which was just awesome.
The next day was the BIG day. The Catholic ceremony in a crazy old European churches with priceless artwork. The wedding day style was BEYOND. Check out all the bridal party dresses and of course the bride herself. So gorgeous. The groom in his blue tux wasn’t bad either! We were able to take photos around Sevilla (& Real Alcazar) and then it was off to the reception at an Olive Ranch (Orchard?? Farm?? ah!! Mill!!) The details we included in this SDE is about 1/4 of how many their were. It was STUN-NING. Everything about this event was major eye candy. The best part… the bride and groom infused THEIR personality into the entire event. Of course there were traditions, but everything was spun with originality and their personality in mind… and of course with a twist of Gypsy/Moroccan/Spain. LOVE.