We are happy to share with you one of the most beautiful weddings we ever attended as photographers. L & L from UK decided to get married in Dubrovnik in historical Sponza Palace. Definitely one of the most romantic places for “Say Yes”. Beside unique love story, this wedding has so many lovely decorative details which made it memorable. It was pleasure to be a part of your day L&L.
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Our engagement was not what you would call ‘traditional’ and there was actually no proposal! We simply decided that we wanted to get married and we then had a custom made engagement ring made. We aren’t really into all the traditional big white wedding or much fuss to be honest so we knew early on that a wedding abroad would suit us. I had never been to Dubrovnik but Luke and some of our family had been and they all loved it. After doing some research on the Internet I could tell this was the place for us.
We decided on Sponza Palace for the ceremony and Grand Villa Argentina for the reception. We booked the venues before we even went to see them! All plans were falling into place perfectly and then we found out we were expecting a baby and the due date was 11 weeks before the wedding. It was full steam ahead and on the day it was perfect having our son there with us and we could not have asked for a more special setting or place to get married. Our guests were absolutely wowed by the venues and the decorations and the photos captured perfectly our memories of the day.
Being a little untraditional I decided on a dress with a sky blue tulle skirt from Rock the Frock bridal boutique. Our colour scheme was blue, peach and grey with plenty of greenery and flowers. We had elevated hanging florals on the table and hanging tea-lights. Across the whole terrace at the reception we had festive lighting which made it perfect. The band were amazing, the food delicious and we honestly could not have asked for anything more. We loved Dubrovnik and can’t wait to take our son back when he is older.