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!
B’s lifelong dream of getting married finally came true last September, when he and his fiancé F. exchanged vows by the Mediterranean Sea in an intimate sea view ceremony. When he and F. decided to tie the knot, they felt strongly that an intimate setting would be best for their wedding day. The 17th century rural hotel provided the couple with the perfect venue for their celebration and its private terraces served as the ideal backdrop for a romantic photo session.
They ended the day with a romantic dinner accompanied by champagne – a beautiful and fitting end to the perfect day!
Does it get any more magical than that?
What kind of wedding venue are you looking for in Mallorca?
The three most common types of venues in Mallorca are as follows:
A finca refers to a piece of agricultural land with a farmhouse or cottage attached to it. People who are lookinf for a peaceful life, in a serene rural environment fall in love with fincas in Mallorca. They are historic, unusual and are brimming with character. Many of the fincas found across Mallorca are up to 300 years old, but have been fully renovated to offer modern comforts in a rustic setting.
A typical finca for weddings usually consists of a beautiful house and a large garden with a pool. There are a wide range of sizes and a range of rental prices. If you decide to choose a finca for your big day in Mallorca, it is recommended that you are assisted by an expert wedding planner, who will walk you through every step of the journey.
Now let’s take a look at some examples: