JEWISH WEDDING IN BARCELONA – CASTELL DE SANT MARÇAL
The Jewish wedding in Barcelona of Marta & Daniel was celebrated full of symbols in a magnificent castle.
Five symbols form the essence of a Jewish wedding.
The first is the Chuppah that symbolizes the couple’s new home and the divine protection. Also remember Abraham’s tent, known for his open welcome and generosity.
The second is the wine; a symbol of joy, happiness and abundance.
The third is the Ketubbah, the marriage contract signed on the day of the wedding.
The fourth is the ring, as a symbol of beauty, protection and eternity.
Finally we have the break of the glass, as a reminder of the Jerusalem´s temple.
Sant Marçal Castle.
According to the version of various historians, the Sant Marçal Castle has its origin in the first third of the 11th century.
Originally, the castle was a building with a square floor plan enclosing a central courtyard, and that included a tower and a Gothic chapel surrounded by a moat.
In 1895 the Arròspide family commissioned Cayetano Buïgas to adapt the building for use as a second residence.
His adaptation respected the original structure while covering the building with a fantastic decoration inspired by Romanesque and Gothic architecture
In the de Sant Marçal Castle you will have the opportunity to celebrate a Jewish wedding in a place full of history.
In conclusion, if you want to celebrate the Jewish wedding of your dreams in a castle, this is your place.
The Sant Marçal Castle is close to Barcelona, in the middle of a wonderful environment, crowned by beautiful gardens.
The “Castell de Sant Marçal” is a place full of magic and romanticism.