When I met Ines and Joao I immediately loved them. They were kind and nice and they knew what they wanted for their wedding: an intimate wedding of about 60 people in Formentera, a symbolic ceremony on the beach, an aperitif with amazing sunset view and a nice dinner/party to enjoy everything with their families and friends. With these clear ideas in mind, it was easy to realise their dreams.

The Bride style was very easy but chic: the dress was embroidered, she decided to keep her hair without constructed hair styling and I loved her removable gold tattoos. She wore high heels but no problem to take them off to walk the aisle on the rocks!The bouquet was made by white roses, olive leaves and eryngium. The groom as well was very easy and good looking with a light beige suit, sunglasses and brown shoes. The venue itself has a stunning position over the sea, so we set up the ceremony on the rocks close to the pier: the arch was decorated with olive leaves and pampa grass and the aisle made by Persian rugs. All around cushions in the color palette of white and soft greens as seats for the guests. The ceremony was very emotional with readings and songs by friends and family. The aperitif has been served on the restaurant terrace and the guests enjoyed the stunning sunset. The seating plan was made with polaroid of all the guests. The tablescape was quite minimal and organic: in terms of flowers we opted for small succulent and cactus plants matched with irregular surface plates and bohemian glasses. We completed the setting with lots of fairy lights around that created the perfect atmosphere for the party and cake cutting!

Style: Bohemian + Minimal/Organic

Video – https://vimeo.com/227889464


Photo – Youri Claessens Photography

Event Design + Planning – Le Jour du Oui

Tableware and Decorations Rentals – Tableset

Video – Buenavista Video

Location – Es Moli de Sal

Hair and make-up – Diva Borrelli

Wedding Dress – Grace Loves Lace

Shoes – Aldo

Groom suit – Suitsupply

Shoes – Aldo

Stationary – Letterink

Flowers – Evelina Florence Flowers

Music – Jamie Porteus

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