New date:

Saturday, September 4, 2021

Our number one priority is the health and safety of our friends and family. Our number two priority is being able to hug, kiss, and dance with you at our wedding.


So, it was an easy decision - we will push out the wedding by a year.


If you've already made reservations, the hotel will be in touch, automatically changing your reservation and if you cannot make the new date, you can cancel the reservation.

We're so sorry for this inconvenience and really hope to see you soon- much sooner than September 4, 2021, but we'll settle for that!

We love you all,

Andrés & Sarah

September 4, 2021
4 de septiembre 2021
Convento do Espinheiro
Évora, Portugal

We're getting married!
¡Nos casamos!

What to expect

Qué esperar

¿Entonces, nunca has ido a una boda española-americana en Portugal? 
¡No te preocupes! ¡Nosotros tampoco!  Estamos mu' emocionados de compartir nuestra nueva aventura con todos vosotros.
Qué esperar:
  • Beautiful damas de honor y handsome testigos del novio
  • Unas lágrimas (sobre todo de Sarah) durante una misa bilingüe
  • Lots of good ham y wedding cake
  • La cena normal de una boda (los americanos van a flipar)
  • Algunos discursos, in English and Spanish, así que descargad DuoLingo 
  • Las copas normal de una boda, hasta tarde (o temprano... en serio, los americanos van a flipar)
  • Bailando a tope y aprendiendo cómo hacer el YMCA
  • Un poco de caos  
Aquí hay algunos webs sobre más costumbres americanas (pero, lo sentimos, ¡no tiramos ninguna liga!).
Tradiciones en las bodas americanas
Una boda a la americana
El objetivo es pasarlo bien y conocer a vuestros nuevos amigos y familia.
Estaremos usando el hashtag #4Evora para documentar toda la aventura (antes, durante, y después del 4 de septiembre 2021).
¡Avisadnos si tienes alguna duda!
So, you've never been to a Spanish-American wedding in Portugal?
Good news! None of us have! We are wicked excited to share our new adventure with all of you!
What to expect:
  • Bella bridesmaids and guapo groomsmen
  • Some crying (namely by Sarah) in a Catholic church during a bilingual mass 
  • Jamón, del bueno and lots of dessert
  • Tons of food (try everything, but don't go too crazy at cocktail hour - a whole dinner will follow!)
  • Some speeches, en español e inglés so get that DuoLingo going
  • Open bar, all night (pace yourselves!)
  • Shakin' what your mama gave you until the wee hours (remember - it's a marathon, not a sprint), and dancing to Ave María (¿cuándo serás mía?)
  • A bit of chaos
Here are some blogs that cover more details about Spanish weddings (tocados are optional, but this is your moment to feel like royalty):
Weddings in Spain
15 Spanish wedding curiosities
The main point is to have fun and meet your new friends and family!
We'll be using the hashtag #4Evora for all the shenanigans (before, during, and after September 4, 2021). 
Get in touch with us if you have any questions!