We are very excited to announce that we are getting married in Seville, Spain on Saturday 14th May 2016.
We are very excited to share our wedding plans with you and hope you will be able to join us for our ceremony, followed by an evening of entertainment. We cannot wait to see you at the venue where we will be exchanging vows and then sipping some bubbly with you in celebration. We hope you enjoy looking through our site where you can find information about the Wedding day and some information on Seville. Do not forget to R.S.V.P. on the invitation page or send the R.S.V.P. back contained in your wedding invitation.
The venue we have chosen to get married at is the Hacienda de las Palmas, a beautiful villa set out in the Spanish countryside. The Hacienda enjoys spectacular sunsets on a daily basis thanks to its orientation. The property has traditional gardens dotted with fountains and ponds. Details of directions will be emailed to you once you confirm your attendance.
With Spain being a tourist destination there are numerous airlines you can choose to fly with, and all vary in cost. The most well-known airlines are British Airways, EasyJet, Ryanair and Monarch. Most of these airlines will fly into Seville which is the nearest airport to where we are getting married. Alternatively you can fly into other airports in nearby cities.
The food served at the wedding will be familiar to anyone who has visited Spain before. It comprises of grilled meats, fish, vegetables and salads. At its best, Spanish cooking is simple, hearty and healthy. We will email you menu choices once you confirm your attendance.
If you want to book your hotel independently you can make sure you get the best deal available. Booking this way opens up a whole array of different hotel choices. There are many different websites that allow you to book a hotel. The most common are Booking.com, Trivago and lastminute.com.
Our story began when Anthony got assigned to work as an engineer at a small company in Seville, having never been there. I had just been let go by the restaurant at a local hotel where I had worked as a chef. We met when I offered to give him a lift from the airport to the village where he would be living. On the way to the village the car broke down, just outside the city.
We decided to go for some food and drinks which lead to us spending the whole night partying until dawn and the rest, they say, is history. It just felt so fitting that we got married in a place that was so close to our hearts.