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.
How big is your budget?
Your wedding day is a day that you’ll want all of your friends and family to remember. Therefore, you’ll want to make it easy for everyone to share the day’s most memorable moments. If you’re a social media savvy bride, chances are, you’ve already picked out your wedding hashtag. How about taking things to the next level by creating a customized wedding Snapchat filter to make your wedding extra unique?
Wedding dress trends may not be nearly as extensive or short-lived as ready-to-wear, but they do still exist.
Now that there’s more flexibility in terms of what constitutes a “wedding dress,” bridal designers these days have the freedom to experiment with new silhouettes, colorways, and materials to reinvent the look every season. The new Pronovias designs in 2018 can be characterized for several trends, such as unexpected backs, amazing jewelled embellishment, and new fabrics and combinations of fabrics.
Inspired by their shared love of Mallorca, M and Ø from Norway planned an intimate al fresco wedding on the island, surrounded by 80 partygoers. It was love at first sight with the venue, because it had everything they wanted, and the style of the space was unique.
N and S from the UK wanted their wedding to be a celebration of their love with friends and family and they wanted it to be an intimate event. As lovers of Mallorca and avid travellers, they knew right away they wanted to have a Mediterranean wedding, and the island was the perfect destination.
1. Full Day Coverage
Included as standard. Extended evening coverage is also available so you don’t miss any of the dance floor action.
2. Unobtrusive Storytelling
The sunsets in Mallorca are the perfect backdrop for romantic wedding and engagement photos, don’t you think?
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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!
Don’t stress about the closed doors behind you. New doors are opening if you keep moving forward.
Grab your bags, because this romantic destination will have you wanting to board the next flight to Spain! A & A from Germany hosted their Mallorca dream wedding in a small restaurant by the sea. With a super-select group of 50 guests, it was the ideal location for their celebration.
With a romantic and nautical theme, A and A’s wedding perfectly represented their laid-back approach and everything about the day, from the colour scheme to the wedding favours, was beautifully thought out and reflective of the couple themselves.
Birthday celebrations recognize the milestones in a person’s life and these events can be casual or formal. They may be very intimate, with just a few close friends and family; or they can be grand celebrations. In general there are two types of birthday parties: children’s and adults’ parties and each presents its own set of challenges.