Wedding Ceremony Mallorca

H♥A’s Vibrant Wedding in Mallorca

Free-spirited couple H & A from the UK but living in Australia, both knew they wanted a wedding abroad, and Mallorca’s romantic landscape fulfilled all their destination dreams. They celebrated their big day with romantic and nature inspired touches. From a Spanish guitarist to wild flowers – the style of the wedding effortlessly blended the couple’s personal experiences and tastes. Fairy lights strung around the finca’s garden created a beautiful, intimate, and relaxing atmosphere for the couple’s celebration. We loved organizing this beautiful wedding!

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M and S’ Mallorca Spring Wedding

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.”

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Renewing Wedding Vows Mallorca

Getting Married in Mallorca – Wedding Blessing vs. Church Ceremony

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.

Getting Married in Mallorca – Wedding Blessing vs. Church Ceremony

The Symbolic or Blessing Wedding Ceremony

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