With the advent of smartphone technology and social media, it’s difficult to walk down the street of any town or city and not see someone on their phone. People love sharing their news and updates on their social media profiles like Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and so on. Social media itself has advanced so much that you can now broadcast events live as they happen if you want to. When it comes to their weddings, some couples like to keep a strict control on proceedings which can cause negative atmospheres among guests. Then there are those couples who like to embrace social media on their big day; they look at it as seeing their big moment from a number of different angles.
We had such a wonderful time planning J and A’s exquisite wedding ceremony and reception at this typical Mallorcan finca. All of their guests were surrounded by lush green landscaping and cool summer breezes, red tones with candle light and elegant romantic lighting. This wedding was full of personal touches with a mix of lounge furniture and a variety of delicious foods. The bride and groom surprised their guests with a variety of delicious cocktails as an added late-night treat as guests danced the night away beside the pool. Here are some of the fabulous images from J and A’s wedding extravaganza. Enjoy!
N dreamed of a summer wedding in Mallorca to marry the love of her life D. They chose the stunning wedding reception venue Son Marroig to hold their elaborate wedding reception draped with white flowers, elegant lighting and delicious food for guests to enjoy. N and her bridesmaids all enjoyed a refreshing morning at their hotel in Palma having their hair and make-up done. N was glowing from the very start of the day!
Dreaming of a luxury, fairytale fortress in the Mallorcan countryside? Or perhaps a remote and romantic island retreat with sea views? Whatever your wedding style, if you want to get away from the outside world and celebrate with just your family and friends, then here are some of our favourite luxury venues in Mallorca.
Planning a wedding? Then it’s likely that you’re planning a budget—even if your event is a very small affair. And if you’re including all the usual suspects in your wedding planning, then you’re likely making room in your budget for flowers.
Flowers are something that are typically included in wedding planning, even if you leave out some of the other add-ons. That’s because the couple getting married usually has some sort of flower that they hold or pin onto clothing. That flower can be a way to add a unique color or texture. Or if the flower has meaning for the couple, it can be a great way to include that sentimental approach in your wedding planning.
There’s no such thing as “wedding season” anymore. Weddings are year-round, with many couples looking to monopolise a trend, theme or style for their big day. If you’re attending a wedding in the coming months, you’ve probably already planned out what you’ll be wearing. It’s an important day after all and the best excuse to hit the shops and find a new head to toe outfit.
After picking out a gorgeous dress (careful you don’t upstage the bride – unless you are the bride!) and some equally stunning footwear, you’ll be looking at how to accessorize in a stylish way to tie the ensemble together. This is often the hardest part. But don’t worry! We’ve got you covered. Follow this advice, because there’s no more sure-fire way to make a statement than landing the right wedding hat.
Have you been given the task of organising a hen party or bridal shower? No pressure, right?! As you’ve probably already guessed, there are a lot of plates to spin to ensure everyone, especially the bride-to-be, has the best possible experience.
Once you’ve booked the perfect venue, sourced or made all the decorations and stocked the fridge with plenty of bubbly it’s time to start thinking about some fun activities to keep everyone in the party mood.
Looking for a unique floral display for your big day?
Wedding flower trends are always changing, but there’s one we just can’t get enough of lately. Whether you’re interested in a statement piece for the reception or an embellishment to hang above the dessert table, a flower chandelier is the perfect way to add effortless ambiance to your wedding day. The best part? Designing your own may be a lot easier than you think plus, you get to customize every detail.
So you bought a wedding gift off your friend’s registry, and searched long and hard for the perfect wedding card to match. While you may have found a great card, when it comes to writing the message inside, it can be a bit more difficult. You want your card to stand out amongst the others, and still be personalized for the newlyweds.
Even though your wedding is just one day, the memory of it lasts forever. Every meticulous detail that you have worked tirelessly to put into place, won’t go unnoticed. It lives on in people’s minds, is talked about for years and is documented by the pictures you and your guests take.
L married A at Sóller church, followed by a reception at a beautiful finca in Port de Sóller. They chose the villa because their wedding was quite small – they had only invited 60 guests and wanted it to feel as private as possible.
A and L picked food that was traditionally Spanish but with a twist. They opted for a two-hour canape reception, and for the main meal they chose a delicious buffet. For a midnight treat they surprised their guests with a paella cooking show.
They didn’t want anything too bold, so for their colour scheme, they chose lots of soft, natural colours to reflect the picturesque surrounding countryside.
C married C at the beautiful Deià church, followed by a reception at a traditional Mallorcan finca, at the end of September 2016. C was baptised in that church, so it meant a lot to them to have their service there.
Celebrating in an old traditional finca felt different and non-traditional for the couple. The fact that it had both indoor and outdoor spaces for guests to mingle was awesome. We arranged seasonal flowers and created bunches for all the tables at the reception. They didn’t need much decoration as the venue itself was so charming.
As a season of sunshine, beautiful flowers, and lush green landscapes, summer is the perfect time of the year to say “I do” in the great outdoors. Get hitched without the fear of unpleasant and uncomfortable glitches by making sure to include these five essentials in your outdoor summertime wedding.
Even the mildest of summer days can quickly lead to dehydration if you stay out in the sunshine too long. Keep you, your new spouse and in-laws, as well as your wedding guests hydrated and refreshed by setting up hydration stations at your wedding venue.
Think about these key questions:
What is the mood of the wedding?
Do you want big and formal or small and intimate? The style of your wedding dictates how many people you’ll want to attend. If you like the idea of a lot of guests but have a limited budget, think about having a cocktail-style reception rather than an expensive plated dinner.