This stunning elopement at Tivoli Palácio de Seteais, proudly featured at Magnolia Rouge, was stylized to inspire destination brides who have yet to see a glimpse of Portugal’s beauty and historic venues. Nazanin from Perla Photography beautifully captured the elegance at every corner of the Seteais Palace.
The gorgeous and luxurious 18th century Palace and its luscious greenery and sweeping valley view are enough to make any wedding amongst the most exclusively glamorous and fairytale type of destination wedding. But to sweep you off your feet, wedding details planned and designed by In Love Unique Weddings and flowers by Atelier Decorelle were put together to create a timeless romantic inspiration. A light blue-grey pallete was chosen for the stationery and décor ensemble, brightened with golden details, that represent so well the opulence of this venue. We chose to use an hand drawn sketch of the Palace front with its unique triumphal arch on the invitation suite combined with golden calligraphy and golden wax seal in some special details. We wanted to portray an intimate and magical elopement fit for royalty A 3-tier wedding cake in gold and white colours by extraordinaire designer Susana Pinto Sweet Stylist was the final touch to this elegant affair. The bridal gown and groom’s attire from Penhalta were custom fitted for our real couple, Silvia and Bruno. Be sure to hit play on the highlight video by Hugo Sousa Films below!
In a sunny Saturday of May, Rita & Hugo said yes in a lovely and charming country venue in Sintra. All the details were thought and executed by In Love studio.
The theme was Origami, in shades of pink and green. The invitations had little origami hearts made with special printed papers and the ceremony venue was decorated with tsurus, the origami cranes that offer good fortune and love to the newly weds.
The table centers were decorated with white carnations and gypsophila and more origami hearts.
The bride’s bouquet was a pretty arrangement with St.ª. Teresinha roses (small soft pink roses) and white pearls.
Num Sábado solarengo de Maio, a Rita & o Hugo disseram sim numa charmosa quinta em Sintra. Todos os detalhes foram pensados e executados pelo atelier In Love.
O tema foi o Origami, em tons de rosa e verde. Os convites tinham pequenos corações de origami feitos com um papel especial impresso, e o espaço da cerimónia foi decorado com tsurus, o pássaro de origami que se diz trazer sorte e amor aos recém-casados.
Os centros de mesa foram decorados com cravos brancos e gipsofila e mais corações de origami.
O bouquet da noiva foi um bonito arranjo de rosas de St.ª Teresinha e pérolas brancas.