Boda en Hervás | Sofía + Charly | Postboda Trevejo
Hoy nos vamos con una boda en Hervás muy especial. El “Si, Quiero!” de Sofia y Charly.
Si bien es cierto que nuestros novios siempre son “lo más”, que nos reciben con los brazos abiertos y nos hacen sentir que somos uno más en su día… nos vais a permitir que digamos que esta boda fue un poquito más especial si cabe para nosotros. Y es que… son nuestra familia.
Y llegó la hora de relajarse y divertirse! La cena consistió en un cocktail largo y desenfadado en el que no faltó comida de todo tipo. Tras ello, los amigos de la pareja tenían preparadas un monton de actividades, desde juegos hasta actuaciones y divertidas grabaciones para darles la enhorabuena!
La postboda la realizamos en Trevejo, una pequeña población al norte de Cáceres, en plena sierra de gata, que creció en tiempos de la reconquista entorno a una antigua fortaleza árabe sobre la que se construyó el actual castillo en el siglo XV, en ruinas como consecuencia de los daños sufridos en la Guerra de Sucesión Española en la primera década de 1700. Está declarado Bien de Interés Turístico debido a la perfecta conservación de la arquitectura tradicional de la zona, y las increíbles vistas de toda la comarca. Un lugar imprescindible para perderse por sus callejuelas.
While it is true that our boyfriends are always “the most”, they welcome us with open arms and make us feel that we are one more in their day … you are going to let us say that this wedding was a little more special if it fits for us. And it’s … they’re our family.
It was very important for them to have the intimate wedding they dreamed of. They wanted to feel at home and surrounded by their own, and they did. Taking advantage of living on a small farm in the countryside, they organized everything in their own home. You can imagine the jumble of the preparations in which the whole family put our shoulders together: from setting up the altar where the ceremony would take place, getting chairs, organizing the different corner, such as a corner of makeup that we did with restored antique furniture, the candy bar, a chill out to relax away from the hustle and bustle, the corner of the gifts for the guests, handmade (mini pots and artisan liquor), decoration for the whole farm made from straw alpacas, wooden signs indicating each corner , and flowers, muuuchas flowers everywhere.
The signature tree where the guests left their mark, was the work of the grandmother of the bride, who is a painter, so that at the end of the wedding the bride and groom found a wonderful collective work of art that will preside over their hall for a long time.
The dress of the bride was handmade by Luna de Rag following the design that had created the own bride. And the boyfriend and little Iago were dressed in matching jeans, white shirt and converse shoes, because for Charly it was important to feel “himself”.
After months of preparations and certain moments of hysteria for the torrential rains of the previous days … finally came the “D-day”, splendid and warm in early June. You can imagine the hustle and bustle of people entering and leaving the house that day: the florist of the Becedas de Plasencia nurseries trying to decorate the altar and every corner of beautiful wild flowers; the people of Catering Extremadura de Zarza la Mayor who began to locate themselves in the kitchen of the family house and to place tables; a local beverage distribution company that installed the refrigeration chambers and filled them with all kinds of drinks … the nervous bride finalized details, and ourselves arranging last minute arrangements like the camouflage of the refrigerator chambers.
The hairdresser in charge of the groom’s aunt and the makeup of the hand of Lola Arrojo took place there, outdoors, taking advantage of the corner of makeup we had created.
And it was time to get dressed. They did it together, in his house, with his little one. All three together were beautiful. Little by little the guests arrived, the closest family could not avoid entering the house to embrace them, of course. Friends and the rest of the family were sitting in the chairs placed in a semicircle around the altar. The three of them left home and walked hand in hand to the altar where Carlos, councilman of the city council, would officiate the ceremony with the participation of family and friends. A highly emotional moment in which there was no lack of laughter and many tears!
The central rite was also the idea of the bride and groom. As there were to be three in the ceremony, they decided that there would be no rings, and instead made a hand imprint in the center of a mandala that had created the bride’s father for the occasion: Sofia’s hand, the hand of Charly, Iago’s hand and a gap for future family members, were forever united in a “family bond” ritual.
And it’s time to relax and have fun! The dinner consisted of a long and casual cocktail in which there was no shortage of food of all kinds. After that, the friends of the couple had prepared a lot of activities, from games to performances and funny recordings to congratulate them!
The postbode was carried out in Trevejo, a small town north of Cáceres, in the middle of the Sierras de Gata, which grew in times of reconquest around an old Arab fortress on which the present castle was built in the 15th century. consequence of the damages suffered in the War of Spanish Succession in the first decade of 1700. It is declared of Tourist Interest due to the perfect conservation of the traditional architecture of the area and the incredible views of the whole region. An indispensable place to get lost in its narrow streets.
Sofia, Charly, a pleasure to be part of your story.
Fotografía | Photography: Johnny García, fotógrafo de boda en Extremadura
Pareja | Couple: Sofía + Charly
Localización | Location:
Hervás | Extremadura
Trevejo | Cáceres | Extremadura
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