Chuppah is the point of arrival: the home and family that the couple will build together; at the same time, it is the starting point for a life of complicity in the face of life’s adventure. A day to celebrate together all those moments lived and all those moments that we have left to live.
There can be no better place to seal your love. Sepharad offers history, gastronomy, joy of living and enclaves of singular beauty. We take care of the rest. We have the best wedding planners as well as rabbinical assistance so that this day is the one that you have always dreamed of.
It is our pleasure to share this beautiful article about one of the Jewish weddings that we have helped organize. We have a team of rabbis and officiants to accompany you in one of the most beautiful moments of your life.
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One Couple’s Four-Day Wedding Weekend in Seville, Spain
Planned by Javier Monge
(Written by Stephanie Cain)
Anabel Maldonado didn’t start out with a specific theme in mind for her wedding to fiancé Lennart. But after collaborating with event planner Javier Monge, she found inspiration in their wedding location of Seville, Spain, ultimately deciding on a “tropical yet elegant” vibe with white décor details framed by palm trees and earthy touches. “I realized that tropical yet elegant is my vibe,” says Anabel, a fashion journalist and founder of e-commerce site Psykhe, of the four-day event in the south of Spain.
“It’s all very Seville and very cinematic. It felt like an old movie.”Anabel and Lennart’s destination celebration kicked off with a day of horseback riding, followed by a welcome dinner at Manolo Leon, one of their favorite restaurants in the city, that night and a festive dinner-and-dance party at Casa de Pilatos the next day. Their wedding day included two ceremonies at two different locations and an alfresco reception in a private hacienda. Finally, before guests departed, they munched on brunch dishes by the pool then wandered the town as part of the Feria flamenco festival. “We have such a diverse, international set of friends who are pretty well-traveled, so we wanted to have a fun schedule of things they wouldn’t necessarily expect,” Anabel says. “We liked to keep them guessing.”