Magical, historical palaces and places 🤩✨🤩✨
Watching these gowns float through the trees, inspired by Monet paintings was a dream (and designed by Fran Cisneros) 🤩
📍Pedralbes Palace is a museum with a permanent collection including decorative ceramic pieces, also the seat of the headquarters of the Union for the Mediterranean.
In the past, it was used by the Spanish Royal family when visiting the city. Given National Historic status in 1931. Now open to the public, it has a museum with a permanent collection including decorative ceramic pieces, Catalan and Arabic pottery and works by Miró and Picasso.
📍The gardens were designed by J.C.Forestier; Royale Mayor Palace, (13th century) used by the Counts of Barcelona and the Royal family during that period. It houses the famous Tinell room (14th century) which was used by the Reyes Católicos (Catholic King and Queen) to welcome Christopher Columbus following his return from America….
How cool is that? The magic of historic palaces never gets old for me (spoiler -> I am a huge history nerd!).
Gorgeousness at every turn – let’s keep up those Lions Gate manifestations and put out into this beautiful universe that we’re wanting to bring a wedding right here at this gorgeous palace (and Spain in general!) to the list of places we’ve worked! 🤩🤩
Who’s in? ✈️✨🌎🙏🏻