Most bridal couples prefer to get married in Spain during the Summer months normally between April to October, which is the time of year when you can expect the least amount of rain and maximum sunshine. Andalusia, and particularly the Costa Del Sol region, has become well known as a European destination for itís dry weather of which there is an average of 320 days per year, so it did not come as a surprise to bridal couple Jennifer and Milciades that there February Wedding in Spain would be blessed with blue skies and sunshine.
Jennifer met Milciades in Paraguay where he was part of the film crew who was filming her charity work, and it was very much love at first sight! Very soon after they met they were engaged and decided that Malaga was definitely the area where they would have their Wedding in Spain. Jennifer found Sunshine Weddings Spain in September 2013 whilst searching for Wedding planners in Spain over the internet; she knew she would need help and assistance with organizing her wedding in Spain whilst still working in a refugee camp with limited access and time on the internet. The team were quick to respond to her emails, they understood Jenniferís pressure and so sent her details and information so she was able to chose her favourite church in Benalmadena Pueblo for her wedding in Spain, and the date of Saturday 22nd February was booked.
Next was the choice of her favourite wedding venue in Spain, Jennifer chose a stylish boutique hotel over looking the sea just 10 minutes drive from the church in Benalmadena which completed the most important part of planning her wedding in.
Jenniferís wedding in Spain arrived, and so did her guests, who flew into Malaga airport from 9 international countries and taking only a 10 minute drive to get to their accommodation and Jenniferís wedding venues in Spain.
With an earlier starting time compared to mid Summer weddings Lorraine her hair and make up artist arrived at 07.00 hrs to begin the preparation for her wedding in Spain. What an amazing job she did and Jennifer looked absolutely stunning as she left for the church for her Wedding in Spain.
To add to the theme of Jenniferís Wedding in Spain a Spanish guitarist played classical music as guests arrived, then to the procession as the guests left the church to throw confetti over the newly weds who lead them through the narrow streets to a tapas bar in the local square just a few minutes away.
After the guests had enjoyed their tapas and drinks, they were taken by coach, to Jennifer and Milciades second wedding venue in Spain, the sea view boutique hotel, where they enjoyed a mixture of fresh shellfish fish, beautifully cooked cuts of steak and a duo dessert. Once there dinner had finished all guests were invited to a newly built bar and night-club within the hotel to exclusively party the night away with a range of 80s classical hits.
As guests ate the bridal couples 3 tiered wedding cake they all chatted about what a memorable wedding in Spain this had been basking in the February sunny skies in warmth of the Mediterranean sun.