Are you looking for a magical wedding in Mallorca? What better way to transform your wedding venue than by adding fairy lights or festoons.
When planning a wedding every detail can be worked out and executed perfectly, but unfortunately, one thing you cannot control is the weather.
We think this particular wedding is a perfect example of how rain need not ruin your wedding day – it can make it that much more memorable and beautiful! M&T chose this historic, romantic finca in Mallorca for their wedding. They tried to keep it simple and more like a relaxed party with family and friends from Germany. The couple chose this venue because not only was it big enough to accommodate all of their family and friends, but M has been coming on holiday to Mallorca since she was a child and the island is a very special place for her.
What do you get when you mix a very happy couple, a gorgeous Mallorcan country house in Spain and talented wedding planners? L and F´s magical wedding day! The Swedish couple is from Stockholm, but they planned a relaxed and rustic wedding in Mallorca, one of their favourite destinations, for their nearest and dearest, so they could treat their guests to a wonderful weekend of Mallorcan culture.
Beyond the usual wedding festivities with Swedish traditions, they also planned a beautiful trumpet accompaniment during the ceremony, a Spanish guitarist during the cocktail reception, and a get-together party in a typical Spanish tapas bar in Palma. The gorgeous images below tell the whole story!
When M and S, from Ireland, decided to get married in Mallorca, they asked us to create an intimate destination wedding for them and their 40 guests.
They were married on our beautiful island on 16th April 2016, in one of the most romantic locations in Mallorca – a magnificent church by the sea, followed by an outdoor cocktail reception overlooking the Mediterranean.
One of the main reasons M & S chose to be married in Mallorca was because of the beauty of the island and its unique locations. The church was spectacular, it had a really romantic and cosy feel, and the setting on the cliffs above the sea was amazing. The couple had beautiful weather and the reception was held indoors and out. All of this, coupled with the fact that Mallorca has some of the best beaches in Spain, made it an ideal place for their destination wedding. “It was so beautiful and romantic,” says M, who has some advice to share with brides-to-be. “Just try to enjoy every moment of the day because it flies by so quickly.”
Our Latvian couple D & K wanted their wedding to be minimalist and set in a natural and beautiful place, so they decided to look for unique destinations. They came upon the idea of a destination wedding in Mallorca and their symbolic ceremony was performed on Saturday the 2nd of April, in a sunny, beautiful historic finca in front of the Mediterranean Sea. It was filled with laughter, tears, and joy and the acoustics from the guitar were truly romantic. It was a magical place in which to have their wedding.
Mallorca is the perfect destination for your dream wedding.
Our beautiful island sits in the crystal blue waters of the Mediterranean, and is home to warm and pleasant weather conditions from May to October, so you’re almost guaranteed a perfect day. The island is also home to first-class wedding professionals who can help you with all the details of your Mallorca wedding. Below we have selected the top six reasons for choosing Mallorca as your dream wedding destination!
From statement cakes to stylish stationery, and every fabulous floral display in between, we want to show you some of our favourite colour palettes.
Ana and Pablo’s wedding took place in Spain with a beautiful rustic theme. Ana was working in New York and Pablo was a professional photographer. When they met in Alicante, the attraction between the couple was so strong that Ana decided very quickly to return to Spain. Four years later, he proposed in Central Park.
And the wedding… it took place on the Spanish mainland and accurately reflected the personalities of the couple. The wedding magazine Telva reported that it was relaxed, fun and there was a lot of attention to detail, as you would expect from a memorable wedding on Mallorca.
We hope you enjoy it as much as we did!
Whilst browsing on the internet, we came across an interesting infographic on the new rules of wedding etiquette on social media platforms.
Wedding etiquette for the bride and groom:
⇒ Call your parents before pressing “post” or “tweet” to announce your news.
Your close friends and of course your family, will appreciate hearing it straight from you first. Continue reading
Wedding trends are constantly changing. But here are some pretty on-the-money predictions for what´s to come in the spring and summer of 2016. Take a look at the informative infographic below that we came across.
New York Bridal Fashion Week showed us some of the beautiful styles brides will be wearing this year.
As the year draws to an end, we have been looking back on the last twelve months with big smiles on our faces. We’ve enjoyed great events and weddings this year with tears, much laughter, and some breathtaking moments.
December is the last month of the year but it’s not too late to contact our wedding planner team about your 2016 Mallorca wedding. With new venues such as fincas or private villas added in the last few months, now is the perfect time to give us a call and arrange a booking for viewings and tastings before the wedding rush starts again in spring 2016.
So we wish you Happy Christmas and we hope 2016 brings you much love ♥ and happiness.
Are You Looking Forward to Celebrating Your Marriage in Mallorca? Congratulations!
Many people come to Mallorca to get married. However, non-residents who do not live in Spain are not allowed to marry in a civil ceremony. Therefore many couples decide to have the civil wedding in their country of origin or residence, and hold a second, religious or symbolic (also known as a wedding blessing), ceremony in Spain.
The Symbolic or Blessing Wedding Ceremony
When should you order your flowers?
Ideally it should be once you have chosen your gown and the bridesmaids’ dresses. There are no set rules for timing, as all weddings are different, but preferably you should leave at least a couple of months before the day, to make sure everything is planned to perfection and ready in good time.
Flower Trends Forecast 2016
2015 was our first year attending the Momad Wedding Show in Madrid. We found it extremely beneficial, and although we were not blown away, there were still enough good elements to make the trip worthwhile. The event is a must attend wedding show for wedding couples, wedding consultants, wedding planners, and wedding professionals. Reception venues, photographers, make-up and beauty care products, catering services, wedding cars, decor ideas, and bridal registry and bridal wear were showcased by the exhibitors in this show.
Some of the highlights from this year’s event: