Andalusian Dream


Just your hot heart, nothing more.

My Paradise, a field,
no nightingales,
no strings,
a river, discrete,
and a little fountain. Without the spurs,
of the wind, in the branches, without the star,
that wants to be leaf.

An enormous light that will be
the glow
of the Other,
in a field of broken gazes. A still calm
where our kisses, sonorous circles
of echoes,
will open, far-off.

And your hot heart, nothing more.

Federico García Lorca, andalusischer Lyriker und Dramatiker


A castle among blooming orange plantations, impressive oriental architecture and a sensual beauty who tells a moving love story like no one else – that´s all the team of Vivid Symphony needed for Andalusian bridal inspirations like these…

The shining sun lets pompous gold shine bright. Ornaments adorn walls, tiles and paper goods, gracing even the beautiful bride in the form of lace. Yet something´s missing, she´s still seeking for happiness.

Lush green and radiant orange become one with bright white and royal blue. Valuable gold unites them on the table awaiting a love story with happy end.

Andalusia seems like a foreign world arousing our curiosity to get to know it. “For German bridal couples Andalusia is a previously undiscovered wedding location. However, this place offers amazing backdrops for weddings or honeymoons and up to 320 days of sunshine every year.” the photographers Mila and Stephan of Vivid Symphony reveal.

Their love for Andalusia inspired them to collaborate with wedding planner Olga de Navas of  ETC Bahía to create these stunning bridal inspirations. They told us: “We love Andalusia for its fascinating mixture of breathtaking nature and cultural wealth. However, for this shoot we were inspired by the love story of the last sultan of Granada and his wife Morayma, who outlasted even biggest distances: a young bride longingly waiting for her groom among amazing Andalusian scenery. A bride who hopes, loves and feels strong.”

Desire, love, hope – their bride, wearing a dreamlike robe by Schleifenfänger and a floor-length veil, embodied all that and waited for her sweetheart holding a bridal bouquet made by wedding planner Olga de Navas of  ETC Bahía

Translation: Marina Jenewein




FOTOGRAFIE: Vivid Symphony
PLANUNG + ORGANISATION: Vivid Symphony + ETC Bahía – Cádiz
HAARSCHMUCK: Marina Miller
FLORISTIK: ETC Bahía – Cádiz
PAPETERIE: Hochzeit mit Konzept
HAARE + MAKE-UP: Rosario Fernandez – Jerez de la Frontera
BRAUTSTYLING: Grün Geschminkt + Vivid Symphony









   Vivid Symphony


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