Howdy, everyone!! Today we’re taking a step back in time to something reminiscent of the Victorian era on the plains of the Old West. The location? Fort Bravo, which is actually in Spain! In fact, “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly” featuring Clint Eastwood was filmed here many moons ago. Pretty rad, right? Designer + planner Palmoa Cruz Eventos and her team of creatives ventured to the location with all the original sets, complete with lots of dust to coat the boots, and friendly horses.
Paloma shares The spot was very important this time, and we were looking to do something that was not done before… We also thought that combining a ‘70s-inspired vibe would add a bit of boho enchantment to the otherwise Victorian feel. That is why we chose the town in which Westerns were filmed.
Ready to see how it all came together? Let’s take a gander at all the captures by Pablo Laguia!
Playing up the ’70s vibe, along with the Victorian-inspired dress for the bride — the bridesmaids donned these darling frocks!
All the lacy details. Get this — the gown was made specifically for this shoot by Rubén Hernández!
This checkered suit by Ancla Uomo for the groom? We’re OBSESSED!
Hairstylist Sagoa finished off the bride’s look with a messy updo + we couldn’t imagine anything more perfect than this combo!
How incredible is this set?! If you can’t make it out to Spain, there are several other “Old West” movie sets around the States — one in particular is Paramount Ranch in Agoura Hills, California.
How incredible are those floral arrangements by La Trastienda?! For the desert-inspired look, they used alchimilla, mimosa, oats, sprigs, tigas, cactus, and crasa plants. We adore the dark + moody tones with the pops of mustard yellow.
Makeup by María Catalá gave the bride a bold + edgy look to offset the sweetness of the Victorian-inspired wedding dress.
So, so CUTE!!
Of course the horses had to make an appearance — and we’re so glad they did!
To finish off the day, they created this perfectly western + rustic tablescape with rentals from Kava.
The cake by Caperucita Cupcakes was simple, elegant, and adorned with feathers.
So dreamy… A huge thanks to the talented team behind this shoot!
Want a bit more? Venture back in time with this clip by Anker Prod!
photography: Pablo Laguia // venue name: Fort Bravo, Tabernas, Almería, Spain // event design: Paloma Cruz Eventos // planning: Paloma Cruz Eventos // florals: La Trastienda // wedding dress: Rubén Hernández // hairpiece: María Castellote // bride’s shoes: Doriani // hair stylist: Sagoa // makeup artist: María Catalá // groom attire: Ancla Uomo // videography: Anker Prod // paper goods: Paloma Cruz Eventos // cake: Caperucita Cupcakes // desserts: Caperucita Cupcakes // tabletop rentals: Kava // furniture rentals: Kava // models: Laura, Carmen, Natalia and Fran and Enrique