Are you going to get married or does this idea not motivate you? Do you like weddings or are they overly emotional for you? Before answering you should have the opportunity to see how would it be to celebrate a wedding in Seville. You will want to celebrate your big day in a city like Seville.
Why choosing Seville to say yes? Because of many reasons.
To begin with, it is not the same marrying on a rainy day than on a sunny one. You have to shine in your big day and it is easier with natural bright light. How do you think that 300 sunny days per year influence the character of the people that live in Seville?
It is not the same marrying in an bland place than in an historic and legendary enclave, whether it is, for example, in the largest Gothic temple in the world (the Cathedral of Seville) or in the house of the dark swallows of Bécquer (the House of the Bucarelli family).
This city seems to wait for the ones who come to Seville for the first time as if it was an official reception and offers a wide variety of plans for your guests. In Seville you will have everything on hand from the pre-wedding to these last details previous to the ceremony.
Seville is one of the most romantic cities that you will visit. Memories are more intense in the city where Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer lived, the autumn sunlight is like poetry and the spring breeze smells like orange blossom. Everyday thousands of couples visit places, such as Plaza de España, the María Luisa Park, the Royal Alcazar, the quarter of Santa Cruz, the Guadalquivir river or the Triana bridge.
Seville offer churches with tradition and Baroque art, history and legend as well as all kinds of wedding services to be sure that there is nothing, but absolutely nothing left behind in the most important day in your life. If you can dream of it, you can live it here!
In 1526 the emperor Carlos V got married with Isabel of Portugal in the Ambassador’s Hall of the Royal Alcazar of Seville on March 11. That was a majestic wedding, among many others that were celebrate in Seville, such as the one of the Infanta Elena in 1995 or the ones of the House of Alba in the Cathedral.
Seville is a city that uplift all major events.
The FIBES hosts the event ‘Sevilla de boda’ every year, an event where there hundreds of exhibitors and to which thousands of couples, relatives and friends attend to get inspiration from the best experts in the field. An event that gets renovated in each edition and that usually takes place in November.
More than a hundred of exhibitors meet in this event, from travel agencies to car rent companies and carriages, from catering to suits for the groom, wedding dresses for the bride and all kinds of complements. This is the perfect occasion to note down the trends in all details of your wedding. Have you thought about the flowers? And the photographer? Do you want to have a wedding planner? Why not celebrating it in any of the dreamy states that are located in the surroundings of Seville? You have everything at your disposal in this annual meeting.
More information in www.sevilladeboda.net
Bécquer's roundabout is an allegory of the disillusioned, present and lost love.
Sevilla is the second city in the world with more churches and many of them are authentic artistic treasures.
The surroundings of the Alcazar and Plaza de España are some of the favourite places for the newlyweds to get their wedding photos.