Your love story comes to life again during a civil ceremony designed with and for you. Your friends and family will interact and I will provide you with ideas to make your ceremony unforgettable.
A personalized ceremony but offering the ceremony in different languages. You can choose from Spanish, English, French, Dutch or German. I will create an emotional ceremony for all your national and international guests.
An intimate ceremony ... Only you, your witnesses, the celebrant and the photographer. To enjoy your love in a wonderful and quiet place in Seville. We will remember your love story and seal the ceremony with your vows written by you.
For us, every couple is special and that is why we work hard so that every couple's love story comes to life again
For our Spanish-Dutch wedding we had the challenge of finding a bilingual wedding celebrant. After getting to know each other through a video cal, we prepared the script of the ceremony together. Since we arrived in Seville two days before the wedding, we met in person and reviewed the script during those two days. From the beginning we were confident that everything would be perfect. And so it was! The guests enjoyed so much our personal ceremony and everyone was very impressed. We were delighted to see you smile in each photo. We are very grateful that you have been part of our wedding and have also enjoyed the ceremony under the pergola. Also the blog, Diario de una Novia, is very fun to read. We recommend Diana to everyone!
It was love at first sight, we were looking for a close, natural and personal wedding celebrant. Without a doubt, Diana created the ceremony we had dreamed of. All our guests cried, smiled and remember our wedding with a lot of love and feeling. He recommended the ritual of the sand, it is so beautiful! I recommend Diana 100% because she is a lovely person, when you meet her, you will notice. A little kiss from Sanlúcar.
My husband Javier and I decided to book Diana because, despite of being Spaniards, we were getting married in Seville and many of our international friends, who have no idea of Spanish, were invited to our wedding.
Diana created a very emotional bilingual ceremony, and all of our guests were very happy to be able to understan each step of the ceremony. Diana knew what to translate and what not and how much to keep the ceremony from getting too long.
If you are looking for a celebrant for your wedding and you are more or less in the same situation as us, I highly recommend her.
Thank you so much Diana for being part of our day.
There are many ways to love, you know?
But his was ... total. A pure, incredible, amazing love.
A special love as there are few. And they knew it.
All lovers of the world believe that their love is unique and different,
but theirs was. They were made for each other,
they had and wanted to merge into one,
and when they were together time accelerated,
and when they were separated it became eternal.
Every kiss, every caress, was a pure naked feeling.
They could spend hours looking into each other's eyes and nothing more,
but when they caressed each other, they kissed ... then ...
There are no words to describe that emotion. (Excerpt from the movie "Diario de Noa")
My name is Diana Lacroix, creator of this wonderful blog. I am from Belgium but I have lived in Seville for more than 15 years where I have married an amazing husband. Recently our life has been completed with a wonderful daughter, Emma, whom we adore.
I decided to launch the wedding celebrant service because of my personal experience during our civil wedding. I realized that it was a service that was really missing in this part of Andalusia, especially if we talk about bilingual weddings.
I love knowing each couple's love story and reflecting it in the ceremony. During a first meeting, I will listen to your requests and together we will develop a structure for the ceremony. I will take you by the hand until your wedding day and I will make sure that both you and your guests will live a most unforgettable day.
My name is Sophie and I am from the United Kingdom, but I have lived and worked in Spain as an English teacher for 13 years and now also as a celebrant. I speak English and Spanish fluently. I have a certificate in family celebrations, a degree in Modern Languages. I am a very creative person and I have a great passion for traveling and meeting new people from all walks of life.
I decided to start in the wonderful world of celebrancy after my own wedding held in Spain. My husband and I and our guests had never attended such a significant ceremony before, and that was when I decided that I wanted to offer other couples the same experience.
Whether you're looking for a traditional wedding ceremony or something different, you've come to the right place! First, we will meet before your wedding to get an idea of what wedding style you are planning and how you want your guests to remember it. Diana and I are at your disposal to offer you the wedding of your dreams in Spain.