Cortijo el Chamorro is a historic building integrated in an olive grove just 20 km away. of Sevilla. It was the place chosen by these couple for their wedding day.
Katie and Alberto‘s wedding meant, in addition to the celebration of their love, a reunion for many. The family of the bride comes from England, specifically from Essex, and that of the groom from Spain.
In addition, many of the guests came from different parts of the world. I remember how the bride especially asked me for photos with each of them during the party: “… erhm, can you take a picture with me and my friends from Australia?”, “Oh, now with this ones from New Zealand!” … And so, a long etcetera.
On the other hand, this celebration also meant a first contact between Katie and Alberto’s relatives. For some of them it was his first visit to Spain, so I am sure that this day will be remembered twice. This is what destination weddings are about!
Some of them mastered the language perfectly, others chattered English a little, others Spanish. Some made real efforts to understand each other, but no one lacked a big smile in their faces. Good vibes and kindness is a universal language, am I right?
For her getting ready, Katie chose the incomparable space of the Hotel Las Casas de la Judería, an indescribable place with more than 40 courtyards, gardens, tunnels and labyrinthine interior lanes.
Without a doubt, an experience that has exceeded all expectations that Katie and Alberto put during the preparations. I am delighted to have been part of this day. I hope my photographs bring you a smile and good memories forever. Congratulations!