JULIA & BRIAN: EXCITING JEWISH WEDDING AT CASA FELIX, OLIVELLA – BARCELONA – SPAIN
To celebrate the exciting Jewish Wedding of Julia and Brian, a country house in Olivella, Barcelona, was the perfect place.
An ancient location with centuries-old stones and beautiful nature.
An ancient place, exquisitely restored, where we find ancient rocks, in the middle of a beautiful nature and surrounded by vineyards.
Olivella is a Catalan municipality, located in the province of Barcelona in the heart of the Garraf Natural Park, in Spain.
The natural richness of the environment and the extraordinary views make Olivella an ideal place for holding an exciting jewish wedding ceremonies.
Part of a Jewish Wedding Ceremony is the “Circling”.
Among Ashkenazi Jews, it is a tradition, that before stand below the chuppah, for the bride to circle the groom for seven times, to remember the seven days of creation and in reference that the marriage is a constant process of creation. Also, the number seven, is a reminder of a pace and plenitude.
Today some modern, interfaith couples and the same sex couples choose to circle each other three times, adding one final circle together.
Ceremony and Reception Venue: Casa Felix – Olivella – Barcelona – Spain
Wedding Planner: Reviva Weddings
Photographer: Andrea Ferrara
Photos: Andrea Ferrara