We have a beautiful wedding for you today, it’s a modern wedding that combines two cultures together; Chinese and Western. It’s the wedding of S&J who were married on 2nd June. They had around 50 guests, and the wedding took 18 months to plan. To merge the two cultures and satisfy all tastes, we had Beef in black bean sauce with egg noodles and a beef bourguignon with seasonal vegetables, followed by a delicious lemon tarte for dessert.
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.
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.
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.
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?
One of the most challenging parts of planning your wedding can be venue selection.
When considering a wedding in Mallorca some people opt for traditional fincas in the countryside, while others prefer boutique hotels with sea view, stylish restaurants or casual beach clubs.
Whatever you decide, the wedding venue will really set the tone for your wedding.
If you are looking for a finca wedding in Mallorca, here is one of our favourites.
This peaceful and quiet location, set in the heart of Mallorca, is an old finca from the 18th century, with older settlements that date back to the Arabic period. It offers several refurbished and independent bungalows for a total of 26 people, has a swimming pool, and private paths along the forest and mountains to do some trekking. The house is perfect for small or middle-size events for up to 120 guests. It is also perfect for ‘retreats’ for businesses or yoga and alternative therapy groups looking for privacy and peace.
The finca is listed as number 024 in our event venue catalogue in Mallorca. It is the perfect base from which to explore the delights of the island, to entertain friends and family, or to celebrate a special event or wedding.
With a bespoke, individual outlook, boutique wedding venues in Mallorca allow you to personalise your big day and create something extra special.
Enjoy a unique, elegant, and intimate setting that you and your guests will never forget. We’d be delighted to meet with you to discuss plans for your very special day.
A selection of boutique wedding venues across the island of Mallorca:
Selecting the right wedding venue can make all the difference to your big day.
If you are planning to visit Mallorca prior to your wedding you need to have researched prospective venues thoroughly, to make your trip worthwhile. When selecting your wedding venue in Mallorca, take your time and do plenty of research, be it in person, over the phone, or via the internet.
From stately homes to traditional fincas, rustic barns to contemporary hotels with the quirky thrown in, there’s literally hundreds of venues a bride and groom can choose for their big day in Mallorca, whether they want the whole day there, or just the ceremony or reception.
You’ll need to make sure you choose the perfect one for your needs.
Mallorca has golf courses to suit all tastes and budgets.
Three top tracks can be played near to the capital, Palma de Mallorca. The first of these is Son Antem (West), opened in 2001 – wild life is all you will see on this course. The second is Son Vida, fashioned by Fred Hawtree in 1964. The third course, Thomas Himmel’s Son Gual, has already been ranked as one of the Top 100 courses in Continental Europe. The Pinmar, a tournament played every October on this course, celebrates his 25th anniversary this year:
Mallorca not only offers breathtaking coastal venues, but also stunning countryside places.
There are plenty of well-equipped country retreats with good facilities for events such as weddings or parties, but also lots of really unusual spaces that you only find in the countryside – things like barns, village halls, beautiful country churches, vineyards – the countryside is filled with fantastic venues! Take a look at some of them: