I had the pleasure of meeting Chitina a couple of years ago. I knew her job because she has worked with the main wedding planners in the country, like La Petite Mafalda, and I was in love with her job. It was a pleasant surprise to realize that this beautiful floral decoration company was located in Alicante and I knew that it would be chosen one to make my bridal bouquet and all the flower arrangements for my own wedding.
This year we are immersed in an extraordinary context and this has changed definitely the concept of wedding we had. We have evolved from the trends of mass weddings to the “elopement” through the celebrations in petit committee in which the “I do” is given surrounded by the closest friends and family.
At Sweet Angell we are known for our complicity and empathy with couples. We meet with them to hear what they want on the most important day of their lives and we can also capture what is not said or what escapes you. And everything has a reason, I was also a girlfriend!
To design this kind of wedding, we had one of the most beautiful estates of Alicante, Casa Benigalip, in which you can find tradition and avant-garde in the same place, allowing you to design weddings of many styles.
For this wedding photography session at the European Pikes we had a wonderful team who follow us from Alicante, Leon and Valladolid. In this work we were focused on the couple and the environment.
In Sweet Angell's blog we see in detail the work of the bridal headdress artisan Laura Murcia.
If you are reading this post is very possible that you want to celebrate your wedding in Tabarca but you have a lot of questions with no answer and you don’t know where to start. In this article, I tell you what you have to know to make your big day an unforgettable party for you and your guests. I want to make your wedding a dream come true, so… Shall we start?
Sweet Angel Events is in love of the Mediterranean Sea. So, when our colleague and master of ceremonies Bodalys proposed us to prepare this sunset wedding at La Campaneta of Altea, we couldn’t resist.