CONCHA AND BOSCO WEDDING IN SEVILLA
Hello my dear friends! We are going summer and the return to school is uphill but we have new projects and above all we are tremendously grateful for all the love you give us every day.
I saw Concha and I decided to write to her, they are those girlfriends who see their pictures and you say, this girl has to be the pear of good people! and I was not wrong, it has a beauty that leaves you spellbound, do you want to know its history …?
They were married on June 1 after 10 years of boyfriends. By spending so much time together, Concha and Bosco shared many friends, so the wedding was very familiar and fun.
From the first moment they were clear about where they wanted to get married and Hacienda Torrequemada was the chosen place. They would have liked to celebrate the mass in the chapel of the hacienda itself but they denied it and they had to look for a plan B. They went to the Church of San Martin de Tours, which was the closest to the hacienda, they loved it and decided to get married there.
Concha tells me that she had never imagined her wedding dress, so she started to investigate and see photos. In a few days he had it clear and called Carmen Maza to book a date. They knew perfectly well to take his idea and left the first test without doubting that he wanted to do it with her.
For the hairstyle, a very youthful ponytail with marked waves, trusted the stylist Manuel Cecilio. The butterflies were also the work of Carmen Maza.
On the day of the wedding, everything was exciting. Concha moved in with her parents, with all her sisters and her friend María, who was the one who put on her makeup.
The bouquet of flowers Mermoca was a gift from her friend Bego who took it home in the morning.
Concha wore her ring, a gift of her request, from the prestigious Jocafra jewelery from Seville, where her alliances were also.
All of his friends arrived at Bosco’s house to change with him. Her sister Espe, very elegant, was the godmother.
They all went together in a van to the Church. The choir of the ceremony were the girls of the Entreolivos School that made the moment even more emotional.
Then the guests moved to the Hacienda. The catering was Santa Teresa, they had full confidence that with them everything would turn out well and it was.
They had planned to go with the rest of the guests to dinner but Concha’s uncles surprised them by giving him a charanga, so they made the entrance to the dinner dancing with them and all the friends.
The moment bouquet, was one of the favorites of the bride, so decided to give it to 5 people, including their grandmother.
They opened the dance with Rezo de Silvio, the waltz song is not typical but it was his favorite.
All the photos are by Lucía Cherubina and Mónica Ortega Domínguez.
Without any doubt Concha I know that you will remember it as one of the best days of your life.
Thank you very much for so much and my best wishes!