The story of Carol and Maximilian goes back to the school years, where they met by chance on something as insignificant as the initial of their surnames. Both had their seats close by in the classes, since they were arranged alphabetically. The years of college and university did the rest to unite them as a couple.
To paraphrase Galadriel, I would say that even the smallest detail can change the course of the future.
Although they reside in Switzerland, they chose to organize their wedding in Malaga since Maximilian is half Spanish and a good part of his family resides in our country. They also feel a special admiration for Spain.
The day before the wedding they held a welcome party at Cortesín Beach Club, a fantastic idea that gave the opportunity to the guests to meet each other and the reunion between Maximilian and some of his relatives from Spain. The atmosphere was relaxed and cheerful, enlivened by a band that beautifully played songs from the 70s and 80s.
The “W day” began with the preparations of both in the Hotel Finca Cortesín, from where we went to the wedding ceremony in the church of Sotogrande. Once back in the hotel, the reception and dinner took place outdoor, under the sky of Malaga and illuminated by a tent of light bulbs. After the protocol speeches, Carol’s father played some trombone songs for the couple.
The night was full of laughter and joy, dancing and above all, the affection that all the guests showed to have Carol and Maximilian.