From stately homes to traditional fincas, rustic barns to contemporary hotels with the quirky thrown in, there’s literally hundreds of venues a bride and groom can choose for their big day in Mallorca, whether they want the whole day there, or just the ceremony or reception.
You’ll need to make sure you choose the perfect one for your needs.
Things you’ll want to think about include whether the venue suits your theme or immediately provides you with one because of its architecture, grounds or decoration. If having exclusive use of the property is important to you ask about this and if there are rooms, check whether there are special rates for your party and whether they will allow non-wedding guests to stay during your celebrations.
Find out what the fee covers, what equipment is provided and what will you need to hire. Some venues include table menus and plans in their fees which saves costs on your other stationery. Will they dress the room or do you? Are candles allowed; some stately homes won’t allow them. Do they have in-house catering or a list of recommended caterers? Can you supply your own alcohol and is there a corkage charge?
Finally, what about entertainment?
Do you need to hire sound/lighting equipment? How late can the evening reception go on until and are there noise ordinances that mean a band has to stop or a party move indoors from a certain time?