Tiffany and Carlos planned a wedding close to their own hearts: it included elements that blended their two cultures: she from Door County, he from Spain. Â The bride wore jewelry from her grandmother, and a mantilla veil, the flowers were purchased at the farmers market that morning and bouqueted by her family. Â The pre-dinner hors dâ€™oeuvres featured a pairing of Spanish wines with local cheeses, cherries and smoked fish. Â With the ceremony on the fishing docks of Potowotomi State Park, the coupleâ€™s Â friends and families were afforded a gorgeous view of the bay complete with sailboats and seagulls passing through. Guests lined the aisle, turning around to get a glimpse of the bride.
The ceremony was incredibly emotional, with the most intimate of families and vows written in each otherâ€™s languages. Â As the ceremony came to a close, Tiffany and Carlos each tossed a smooth, white stone into the water – the intertwining circles symbolizing their worlds merging together. Â After a little wine, and a few photos, the couple boarded a boat and crossed the bay to their reception at The Lodge at Leathem Smith. Â The day was a beautiful reflection of the couple – sweet, relaxed and gentle. Congratulations, Tiffany and Carlos!