Wedding Photographer Spain Villa Santa Ana Zaragoza

Wedding in Villa Santa Ana

Diego and Pilar's wonderful wedding, could not be in any other place than Zaragoza.

Its present name comes from the ancient Roman toponym, Caesaraugusta. It is located on the banks of the rivers Ebro, Huerva and Gállego and the Canal Imperial de Aragón, in the centre of a wide valley.

 The ceremony took place in Cogullada Monastery. At the time when the Cesarugustan church was ruled by Bishop San Braulio, it is assumed that the image of the Virgin of Cogullada appeared, due to its discovery by a miraculous little bird.

At this sacred point, he built the basilica, where it was exposed to public veneration in 637 and where the Capuchins founded their convent in 1657.

Another very important part of the wedding was in Villa Santa Ana. Surrounded by gardens and around an ancient and imposing mansion inspired by the architectural traditions of French wineries.

It was a wedding full of love and very emotional.
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Gordon Bullard & Company(non-registered)
A glance at any accomplished wedding photojournalist’s collection of testimonial notes shows that their clients’ feelings tend to go far beyond a perfunctory, polite acknowledgement of a professional service well performed. They typically rave about “…so many beautiful moments…,” “…pictures that will forever be lasting memories…,” “…great working chemistry…,” “…your ability to see things few others can…,” and how “…you captured our personalities…,” or “…captured the pure beauty of the day and touched us….” Clearly, personality and moments are major themes of thanks, as they should be for an experienced wedding photojournalist.

WPJA members concur that most of these expressions of gratitude stem from the client’s experience of seeing the pictures and remembering the day—maybe even experiencing aspects of it for the first time.

There’s a universal reason for this: During the myriad of festivities, the couple of honor are in the proverbial eye of the hurricane—so much so that they often can’t really appreciate all that is going on around them.
Liam Jackson(non-registered)
Hotel-quality interior design, lush landscaped grounds and oodles of space make Casa de Amigas a divine home-from-home for six guests. When temperatures soar, its swimming pool and barbecue terrace catch the rays – while an open fire and comfortable sofas keep things cosy during the winter months. You’re just a short stroll from the beach and promenade of Port de Pollensa. The garden space is fabulous, wrapping its way around the entire house there are many spots to choose from in which to kick back and relax – be that in the form of a pool-side snooze, or a competition on the ping pong table.

While many Spanish holiday rentals have swimming pools, Villa Fanny goes one step further: as well as a large gated pool and enough space for ten guests, it has mini golf, basketball and boules in its pretty sea-view garden. Inside, there’s also a playroom with table football and billiards – as well as a spacious living and dining area. The sunny, elevated location is just 2km away from the sea, with views out towards the ocean on the horizon and the mountains.
Custom Bottled Water(non-registered)
Its present name comes from the ancient Roman toponym, Caesaraugusta.

It is located on the banks of the rivers Ebro, Huerva and Gállego and the Canal Imperial de Aragón, in the centre of a wide valley.

The ceremony took place in Cogullada Monastery. At the time when the Cesarugustan church was ruled by Bishop San Braulio,

it is assumed that the image of the Virgin of Cogullada appeared, due to its discovery by a miraculous little bird.
getting married in france(non-registered)
WOW! such amazing wedding photography. All the things related to the wedding are just perfect.
Reliable Permit Solutions, LLC(non-registered)
The ceremony took place in Cogullada Monastery. At the time when the Cesarugustan church was ruled by Bishop San Braulio, it is assumed that the image of the Virgin of Cogullada appeared, due to its discovery by a miraculous little bird.
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