Nobody loves a party like an Essex Girl, and there’s no better place to have an unforgettable party than the glam capital of Spain…Marbella! Here is Part 1 of Ashley and Joe’s fantastic wedding at a huegely popular Marbella Beach Wedding Venue.
Our fun loving couple were already huge Marbella fans when we met up with them to discuss their big day. Ashley is from Essex and Joe from South East London, so they wanted their wedding to be all about the entertainment and memories with the family. Especially as the couple’s little children would be taking part.
When we began discussing venue options, Ashley and Joe explained how they wanted a Marbella beach venue with sea views, a bit of glam and a lot of dancing. And we knew the perfect place. Just a ten minute drive from all the excitement of Puerto Banus, our favourite Marbella beach venue is a fun-lover’s dream. Green rolling lawns stretch out to the sea, the restaurant has a huge dance floor and there are a number of terraces looking out on to the glittering Med below. As soon as Ashley and Joe stepped foot into the Marbella beach side venue they were blown away….and we began planning.
The day went perfectly to plan and was a day to remember. Ashley wore a figure hugging white beaded gown complete with glittering tiara fit for any princess. Her six stunning bridesmaids, including her twin sister, wore light pink long dresses and held white rose bouquets. The ceremony was a picture of understated elegance.
Overlooking the beach, the couple married beneath a pergola decorated in white roses and hydrangeas. Guests were serenaded on arrival by one of our favourite singers, Zoe, accompanied by Damian on the saxophone. The bride walked down the white carpeted aisle to John Legend’s ‘All of you’ which had all the guests teary eyed, and they walked back down as a married couple to the tune of ‘Oh Baby’. It set the scene for the rest of the day which was one fun-filled moment after another.
Find out in Part 2 why guests were in hysterics, the dance floor was rocking and why the first dance was completely unforgettable.