Sabrina and Taylor had a minimalist wedding with an industrial vibe. They didn’t go overboard on the décor, bringing along just a few key items, mostly relying on how their venues were already decorated. It saved them a lot of stress and extra hassle!
“The inspiration for our wedding was ourselves. We aren’t ‘wedding people’ but wanted it to feel like us”, said Sabrina. “Our wedding wasn’t traditional in a lot of ways. I didn’t walk down the aisle, my father didn’t give me away, and we didn’t have a first dance or a cake cutting. We wanted things to be simple, with no fuss.”
Sabrina wore a gorgeous simple dress from Reformation which showed off her incredible back tattoo! “I didn’t wear a stitch of clothing under my wedding dress and mentioned it to Taylor so his mind was a little preoccupied all day!” she laughed.
“My mom and sister’s came over that morning so we could all get ready together then we walked over to the restaurant where we held our ceremony (it was only a block away) where Taylor was waiting. Hearing my mom cry walking behind me was pretty special but walking into the restaurant and seeing Taylor’s face was definitely my favourite moment of the whole day.”
There’s something so magical about a styled shoot with substance – a shoot with a real sense of a story and of adventure. A shoot that showcases something simple but true, honest and real. Those are the exact words that came to mind when I saw this shoot. There are cute wedding ideas and details of course, but that’s not what it’s only about – it’s sharing the story of a group of wedding suppliers in Spain coming together to create something special.
This wedding party on a beach took place on the Spanish coast. “We are all creative people that work on our different projects (and weddings)”, wrote photographer Megan of Bikini Birdie, “so this was a great collaboration between us all. We basically just had a little party on the beach and photographed it, but for us, this is the perfect idea and inspiration for an intimate wedding. We work all over Spain but are so lucky to live on the Mediterranean coast and it is such a big inspiration for us all.”
April in Barcelona. Teresa and film photographer Miguel Varona headed away from the city and up the hills to Montseny natural park to shoot a set of simple bridal portraits. “It wasn’t the perfect day”, wrote Miquel. “The sun didn’t shine, but the atmosphere we had was perfect to recreate the special moments for a bride on her wedding day.”
“Teresa wore a leather jacket a boots with her simple dress. ‘Why not mix tradition and simplicity?’ I thought. ‘Why not show that tradition is compatible with personality?'”