Winter wedding in a villa in Barcelona.

Today I show you a winter wedding at la Centenaria 1779, a house very close to Barcelona and where I have been lucky to work several times as a photographer.

Winter weddings have something special, a different charm and atmosphere than weddings held during the summer. The aesthetics change and especially if the wedding is held outdoors, because you have to choose a wardrobe that protects you from the cold. At this wedding, Nora wore a long-sleeved wedding dress designed by Teresa Helbig. This haute couture brand of a Catalan designer is known for having modern dresses with a lot of personality. And it was a perfect fit for Nora. A woman with an overwhelming personality.  She did not stop laughing and enjoying the whole day.

Miquel, the groom started the day in a very calm way. Getting dressed in the apartment they have in Barcelona and preparing for what was to come that day. It was a very nice time with him while he was getting dressed and we chatted a little bit about everything. Entering that living room with those views and enjoying iconic design furniture such as the Cesca chairs already anticipated me that it was going to be a good day.

Arriving at Nora’s house was another balm for my photography. I entered a house that was a shrine to the world of Jazz. A huge shelf full of vinyl records from all eras of Jazz left me totally in love. So I decided to incorporate those musical elements that were so important to her family into the photographs of Nora’s preparations.

The rest of the day was spent at La Centenaria house with an outdoor ceremony and a meal that they enjoyed in an incredible glassed-in room. They wanted to enjoy their family and friends, so the meal took place in two unique elongated tables decorated with flowers from Bloom Bloom Barcelona and with catering by Caravan Made.

If you liked this wedding and want to have inspiration for another winter wedding, I recommend you to take a look at this link where I have published a New Year’s Eve wedding in the Codorniu cellars in Barcelona.

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