If there’s one place at the moment that is ON FIRE when it comes to wedding styling, then that place is Spain. I mean seriously…just look at this shoot! I’ve always loved putting together the gorgeous al fresco real weddings we feature from Spain, whether that’s British couples getting married abroad or from stylish Spaniards getting married at home (not jealous at all…!) Equally I adore sharing the latest collections from Spanish bridal designers as their look books are always beautifully curated and shot perfectly too.
The latest editorial from Rodolfo Mcartney is very much fitting of my high expectations of Spain then. The whole shoot has been put together with such care and attention to detail but the final effect feels wild, organic and as if everything was meant to be there – the sign of a great styling team. Plus it showcases some absolutely stunning gowns from Spanish bridal designers. I think this is one you’re going to want to savour, so make sure you’re sitting comfortably.
The Team Behind The Shoot: Make believe stories that play with real ones, hidden stories between mystery pages. The latest editorial from Rodolfo Mcartney, tells a different story, where the bride seems to be a dreamer, a person who really enjoys reading – those romantic and unique brides. The photographs, shot by Javier Díez of Diez and Bordons, reflect all the details that make the project, really special.
El Jardín de Mamá Ana, decorated all the spaces with special taste and care, adding flowers and creating an incomparable atmosphere. The dresses belong to several designers. All of them, know how to manage perfectly the design and are always guided by quality and innovation.
Jose María Peiró, bets on a simple design and at the same time, decorated with feathers.
Juana Rique, surprises with an embroidery dress. The principal fabrics are: chantilly and silk.
Marta Martí, suggests a design with tall neck and embroidery in the body and tail.
Alicia Rueda, risks with a long sleeve dress, which defines an adventurous bride.
Diseño2 Lencería, was in charge of the beautiful lingerie. The principal pieces were a nightgown and a kimono made from muslin in reds and blues. The headdress and the pamela hat, made by Alial, were the perfect accesories. Doriani, a Spanish shoe brand, presents again their lovely but comfortable shoes.