These Two Grooms Got Hitched In An Old Warehouse & It Was Just Brilliant

Alberto and Yago are a couple of creatives (wedding filmmakers, actually!) who, after a long time of filming other couples in love, decided to take the plunge and say "I do" themselves.

Having firsthand experience in the industry gave them insight and ideas right off the bat, but also had them hesitant about choosing just the right inspiration and design elements that would feel true to who they are together.

Yago said, "We decided to design and organize an intimate gathering — very personal, close to our hearts — [that] reflects who we are. Initially, we were uncertain to take the first step without finding the perfect location. So when our planners, Lore and Rafa from Huis Clos Interiorismo, talked to us of an old, abandoned wine-making warehouse at Costa da Morte, we didn’t have any doubt!"

The result was a colorful day filled with romantic string lights, industrial exposed brick, and an intimate ceremony they'll remember forever.
1 of 20
This is what we call wedding-ception. We love how the groom added a playful watch to his sharp ensemble.

Photography: Gore Vázquez.

2 of 20
This font is our new favorite.

Invitations: Save the Date Projects.
3 of 20
May we present to you...the most handsome groom and groom we've ever seen.

Suits: The Kooples.
4 of 20
We'd argue that balloons are an awesome substitute for bouquets.

Videography: Mónika Frías.
5 of 20
Rain or shine, these two are getting married.

Xylography & prints: Iria do Castelo.
6 of 20
It's candid shots like this one that make the album.

Shoes: Doctor Martens & Underground.
7 of 20
What a fun way to get matching tattoos — without actually matching. I see your palm tree, and raise you a whale.
8 of 20
Mixing up the requisite wedding photos is always welcome.

Invitation & decoration videos: A&Y Videography.
9 of 20
Alberto and Yago wanted to stray from the traditional weddings in Spain, so the two were the first to arrive at the venue, welcoming their guests with Bloody Marys and pickles.
10 of 20
To the couple, the most special part of the evening was seeing the guests' faces when they walked into the gorgeous venue.

Planning & design: Huis Clos Interiorismo.
11 of 20
This abandoned warehouse still has some of its original machines left inside, like the one behind the officiant. We love the couple's use of unexpected themes throughout.

Venue: Bodegas LAPC in Costa da Morte, Spain.
12 of 20
A beautiful, solemn moment.

Cocktails: Vaova Gin Bar.
13 of 20
Their first embrace as a married couple.

Officiant: Alejandro M
14 of 20
Who needs rice when you've got rainbow confetti?

Band: The Hellbuckers.
15 of 20
Okay, everybody now: Jump as high as you can!

Bowties: García Madrid.
16 of 20
What better way to set an intimate atmosphere than with bunches of potted plants, string lights, and mismatched plates? There's just so much life here.

Catering: Proxecto Garum.
17 of 20
We've seen some pretty extravagant floral arrangements, but it's often the simplest ones that take our breath away.

Florals: Elisabeth Blumen.
18 of 20
There's so much lush greenery, you'd think this warehouse was actually an outdoor patio. Little details, like the vintage suitcase and candy jars, give the unique wedding an extra-kitschy kick.
19 of 20
If there's one thing Alberto and Yago love to do, it's break tradition. And that's exactly what they did with this gorgeous cake.

Cake: La Vecina del Primero.
20 of 20
Another round of confetti commemorates this picture-perfect day. Congratulations to the newlyweds — they certainly know how to throw a hell of a party!

Music: Mas Music.

More from Living


R29 Original Series