Jenny met John on the altar at the Attard Parish church dedicated to our lady, St. Mary and promised their love for each other in front of their family and friends.
I love doing weddings. It is a daily blessing, and throughout the years I have met some exceptional people from all four corners of the world. Here are some inspiring images from some of this year’s weddings. Happy faces is what we work hard for!
One of the themes we come across is Boho Chic or as it is often referred to as Bohemian Rustic. We have had a good share of weddings both in Malta and in Gozo adopting a Boho Chic theme and simple elegant props and designs as well as the flower arrangements chosen give a bold statement of this.
There is so much one can do to give that elegant fresh look to a beach wedding, and nothing beats the exchange of vows during sunset, the sea water smell with each and every breeze and the feeling of warm sand cooling down between toes.
The Sheer Bastion, during the reign of Grand Master Claude de la Sengle, has been one of the Grand Harbour’s iconic landmarks, originating its name ‘Macina’ from the large sheer crane structure (‘macchina’), used to winch heavy masts and other cargo, which was eventually taken away in 1864.
Wed in Malta was nominated and awarded The Luxury Travel Guide Awards, which represent the pinnacle of hospitality achievement, championing the best in the respective fields; therefore to come out on top is truly an achievement we are truly proud of.
Christmas is a great time for reflection, and for remembering what we have achieved throughout the year. Wed in Malta has experienced an extraordinary 2017, filled with emotions, tremendous pride, and most importantly some truly magical wedding days.
Just because your wedding is considered to be a small one it does not mean that less attention given or it is less important that the larger ones. We are seeing an increase in weddings in Malta, and this means that there is definitely a positive side to it.