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.
When planning a wedding every detail can be worked out and executed perfectly, but unfortunately, one thing you cannot control is the weather.
We think this particular wedding is a perfect example of how rain need not ruin your wedding day – it can make it that much more memorable and beautiful! M&T chose this historic, romantic finca in Mallorca for their wedding. They tried to keep it simple and more like a relaxed party with family and friends from Germany. The couple chose this venue because not only was it big enough to accommodate all of their family and friends, but M has been coming on holiday to Mallorca since she was a child and the island is a very special place for her.
What do you get when you mix a very happy couple, a gorgeous Mallorcan country house in Spain and talented wedding planners? L and F´s magical wedding day! The Swedish couple is from Stockholm, but they planned a relaxed and rustic wedding in Mallorca, one of their favourite destinations, for their nearest and dearest, so they could treat their guests to a wonderful weekend of Mallorcan culture.
Beyond the usual wedding festivities with Swedish traditions, they also planned a beautiful trumpet accompaniment during the ceremony, a Spanish guitarist during the cocktail reception, and a get-together party in a typical Spanish tapas bar in Palma. The gorgeous images below tell the whole story!
Our Latvian couple D & K wanted their wedding to be minimalist and set in a natural and beautiful place, so they decided to look for unique destinations. They came upon the idea of a destination wedding in Mallorca and their symbolic ceremony was performed on Saturday the 2nd of April, in a sunny, beautiful historic finca in front of the Mediterranean Sea. It was filled with laughter, tears, and joy and the acoustics from the guitar were truly romantic. It was a magical place in which to have their wedding.