With an international guest list consisting of countries from across the world, Ana and Mario tied the knot at the gorgeous 17th century venue, Torrefiel in Spain this past weekend. Located outside of Valencia, Spain, Ana & Mario wanted to bring their guests together with dancing, good food, and incredible views of the valley surrounding the venue. And I can’t forget to mention the plethora of hats!
Everything from their centerpieces, to the jamon carving station, to the incredible first dance location, blew away their guests. We can not describe the love we felt from the couple, as Mario teared up as his gorgeous bride walked down the aisle with her father, who was all smiles. There was a wonderful blending of cultures, as Ana stuck to American tradition with bridesmaids & groomsmen, but stayed to her Spanish roots with the catering selection of traditional Spanish cuisine. Mario requested one thing, a fabulous tres leches cake for the cutting! Ana’s sister even coordinated a flash mob with all of the guests, and the bride could not have been more surprised!
The couple greeted their guests in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. The ceremony took place in Spanish, but the message was clear, Ana and Mario are in love and it radiated throughout their day! We wish you all best!
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