Here are some beautiful teasers from Anne and Taru's beach ceremony. Read more!
Have you just started planning your wedding? Find you have time on your hands to personalise the details? The Internet is full of ideas for easy wedding DIY projects. Read more!
Some weeks ago my friend Irina contacted me to ask me for a special favour, she takes care of the media for the handmade jewellery brand Ernesto Barcelona, and she wanted to run a campaign in Instagram and Facebook using her friends as a models. Read more!
We are looking forward to sharing more shots from Danielle and Anthony’s beautiful intimate wedding in Sitges. For now, this weekend we leave you with a top shot of Anthony and his groomsmen, looking effortlessly cool! PearlSandals is a Barcelona wedding and events planning company dedicated to creating special moments in Catalonia for Swedish, Russian, German, French, Spanish, Catalan and English speaking couples. Read our Barcelona Wedding Guide! Read more!
Many couples ask us if they can stay in Catalonia for their honeymoon and if there are any other places that we'd recommend. We always respond with a big yes, as there are lots of places that you can explore in this beautiful and diverse region and Begur is one of them. Read more!
These days aren't the easiest right now in Barcelona, as it is the the hottest June ever. Thermometers are reaching 40 degrees and the only thing I can think about is how happy I am to be in an office with air-conditioning and of course the beach. Read more!
Sharing some snippets and memories with you from Johanna & Martin's wedding. Read more!
If there is anything we have learnt along the way, it is making sure that our couples not only have a day that is special but one that really reflects who they are as a couple. Read more!
Bridal makeup can seem very intimidating but it needn't be. With a few simple steps you can eliminate some of the hassle and ensure that you are comfortable, prepped and all set for your big day. Here are 5 great tips by Absolutely Gorgeous BCN, when considering your wedding makeup. Read more!
Once you’ve decided on your catering company it’s time to book your tasting. What should you expect on a tasting day then? To eat in three hours more or less what your guests will be eating in 7… so no breakfast on the tasting day! Read more!
One part of the wedding planning where you can be original and personal is the theme you choose for your seating plan, table names and place names. Read more!
Marco & Maria took us back to the XIX century with their new collection, where the models walked through the catwalk involved in romanticism. Parts of the dresses which are usually covered are expose delicateness, using diaphonous fabrics, organza and tulle. Read more!
Blai is a young boy with a lot of momentum, so he fits perfectly in the profile of the entrepreneur. Blai's business idea has been simply brilliant: buy an old lute (little fishing Mediterranean ship) that you can still see at the ports of the Costa Brava, and turn it into a small restaurant on wheels (food truck) where, due to their own small size, the cooks make a show-cooking before the wedding guests or participants in an event outdoors. Read more!
When I heard that Inés wasn't going to be able to attend the last day of shows at Barcelona Bridal Week, I jumped at the chance to go. Not only because it's fashion week but because Houghton NYC were showcasing their designs and they didn't disappoint! Read more!
This week I attended the Barcelona Bridal Week, one of the events that makes me feel really proud of my city. Some of the best Spanish designers such as Rosa Clara, Pronovias, Inmaculada Garcia, Yolancris and others show their proposals for next year's brides. Read more!
To give you a very unique example, playing the “Shoe Game” is quite common in Sweden... Read more!
A wedding is a day to remember all your lives for you as a couple especially and also for your guests! In this post we will share how our couples have made their day very special in the way they chose their favours, guest books and added very personal touches. Read more!
Barcelona is famous for it’s food and rightly so! The catering world is a jungle and it’s essential for any event to get it right.
Wedding dresses are costly items of clothing indeed! Many women preserve their wedding gowns with the hopes that their daughters or other family members may wear them at their weddings. Read more!
Spanish weddings are characterized by a vast, generous array of food and drink. It is well know that Barcelona is a famous culinary hotspot and hosts many famous restaurants. The Catalan caterers take their profession most seriously and generally your budget goes a much longer way than back home. Read more!
We know that organizing a wedding can already bring lots of unwanted stress and headache, and to make things even more difficult you decide to buy your wedding dress in Barcelona! Read more!
Both civil and religious marriages are legally recognised in Spain, and a Spanish marriage is legally recognised in most other countries. Any citizen has the right to get married, as long as they are over 18 years old, not already legally married and are not marrying a close family relative. Ceremonies can be performed by a justice of the peace, a mayor, a representative designated by the mayor, or a priest. Read more!
As most people have smartphones worldwide, a Facebook account, email and are somewhat connected via whatsapp - it is quite obvious to see how and why digital has morphed itself into being a part of weddings. Read more!
Santiago de Cecilia is an artist in many different ways. Read more!
One of my favourite shopping days is going to La Roca Village on sales season. Read more!
The story of Myriam, the owner of Miranda Tocados is one of those stories, which makes you feel nothing but admiration and respect for a person full of strength and self-improvement. Due to a chronic disease she is obliged to have a sedentary life, and instead of staying at home without doing nothing, she decided to start a business of creative handwork, creating impressive and glamorous headdresses. Read more!
We are starting a series on how to make your wedding a green one or using the green chip for elements of it. The first post will centre around wedding flowers. In this age where couples are more and more conscious about not wasting nature’s resources many turn to different alternatives regarding flowers. Yumiko from Japan is an origami artist and her creations are easier to preserve. Read more!
Some time ago I was a guest at the wedding of two of my favourite people Sabine & Donald. The celebration took place in Holland, instead of Barcelona. It was full of details, charm and love... Exactly how we like it.... Read more!
Dreading a big huulaballoo, not wanting to be in the limelight, having difficulties with guest lists and friends and family trying to plan your big day for you? Then the answer might be elopement! Just the two of you, exactly how you want it, being able to solely focusing on each other. Read more!
My biggest concern when a bride asks me for shoes is that in most of the shops they just offer two or three pairs of boring white samples...until I met Neus and saw her fabulous collection... Read more!
The vineyards of the Priorat; one of the hidden treasures of Catalonia In my teens I spent some summers in La Vilella Baixa, in the heart of the lands of Priorat (150 km. South of Barcelona). At that time there was a very poor region, that traditionally produced a very strong wine loved especially by the elderly, Read more!
No we didn’t have the honor of arranging the Crown Princess of Sweden’s wedding but our couple was just as glamorous in our opinion! Victoria and Daniel wanted a stylish, elegant but simple city wedding. Their theme was nautical as the couple love sailing and have boat called Estelle (just like the little Swedish princess!) The bride’s maids wore Read more!