Tabitha & Joe

When we first met Tabitha and Joe we were fascinated by this amazingly stylish couple, that had a sharp eye for detail and a knack for decoration and DIY projects.

We knew that all vendors and suppliers involved on the wedding had to combine perfectly with their elegant yet natural and relaxed style, so when they showed us their dream venue we knew it was a match: a Palace in Lisbon that combines the traditional portuguese tiles with dreamlike themes, references to ancient deities and portuguese History.

The ceremony happened outdoors with the unconventional but stunning setup that took advantage of the architectural potencial of the building to enhance the intimacy of that moment.

After the cocktail by the lake (where lives Gordon, the swan, named by Tabitha the first time she saw him), the guests were led to the interior of the Palace where a singer and two guitar players surprised them with a Fado concert.

The warm evening was perfect to have the dinner and party on the terrace. The long table combined the blush colours of the proteas with the gold details of the candleholders, and the blue tiles worked as the best backdrop for the toasts to the bride and groom and the sweet memories that will be treasured forever.

Tabitha & Joe

When we first met Tabitha and Joe we were fascinated by this amazingly stylish couple, that had a sharp eye for detail and a knack for decoration and DIY projects.

We knew that all vendors and suppliers involved on the wedding had to combine perfectly with their elegant yet natural and relaxed style, so when they showed us their dream venue we knew it was a match: a Palace in Lisbon that combines the traditional portuguese tiles with dreamlike themes, references to ancient deities and portuguese History.

The ceremony happened outdoors with the unconventional but stunning setup that took advantage of the architectural potencial of the building to enhance the intimacy of that moment.

After the cocktail by the lake (where lives Gordon, the swan, named by Tabitha the first time she saw him), the guests were led to the interior of the Palace where a singer and two guitar players surprised them with a Fado concert.

The warm evening was perfect to have the dinner and party on the terrace. The long table combined the blush colours of the proteas with the gold details of the candleholders, and the blue tiles worked as the best backdrop for the toasts to the bride and groom and the sweet memories that will be treasured forever.

Victoria & Jed

Victoria and Jed came from the United States to celebrate their union. They chose an unique place, one hour from Lisbon and they had the most cool pre-wedding events.

It all began two days before with a welcome cocktail at Areias do Seixo Hotel to receive their guests at this beautiful corner of Portugal.

On the next day they all had the best picnic at the beach, with a beautiful wooden table on the sand, full of great food and drinks. Imagine having a piece of a Portuguese beach just for you and your friends to hang out, play games on the sand and relax, followed by a seated dinner at the Noah restaurant in Santa Cruz beach. It was an incredible night with live latin music to set the mood for the big day.

For the wedding day, Victoria and Jed had the amazing Areias do Seixo hotel just for them. An unique place where every detail was thought to provide the best experience. Everything was just perfect.

The ceremony was followed by a cocktail with live cooking. All decorated with flowers and greenery, an old WV van and a breathtaking scenario: sea, dunes, and pine trees. The dinner took place on the greenhouse with the unique styling that only this place has and the party was just memorable.

A toast (with tequila shots) to Victoria and Jed!

Luisa & Felipe

There’s no better light than the gold summer light in Alentejo, and gold are the fields and golden is the love celebrated between Luisa and Felipe.

Many special details made the difference in their celebration of love: Luisa’s dress with Portuguese detailed accents. The stunning tile covered church at Pousada de Arraiolos that served as the perfect ceremony scenario. The light blush pink protea flowers that were the absolute queens in the flower world of this wedding. The menus printed in tracing paper… just to name a few.

The reception was held outside with a mix of round and rectangular tables, fairy lights decorating the orange trees at the Pousada’s patio and a very sweet sweets’s table. A beautiful wedding cake was the central point and was accompanied by conventual Portuguese sweets disposed in a rustic fashion.

The sweetest couple from Florianópolis, got married in magical Alentejo, only to end their celebration until the gold sunlight raise again in the horizon.