A dream destination wedding in a Majorcan country estate surrounded by fields of almond, carob and olive trees…
At the foot of the Sierra de Tramuntana mountains, surrounded by beautiful nature sits the most elegant rustic wedding villa. A 19th century estate, located between Palma and Valldemossa, making this rustic finca one of the best located in Mallorca, because of its proximity to the city and the airport.
An intimate, cozy affair celebrated on a dreamy, summer’s day in August where the wedding guests were shuttled in private transport to the grounds of the Spanish country estate.
There the wedding guests were greeted with live music, melodic guitar lines, creating a relaxed but refined wedding reception ambience as the guests enjoyed a welcome drink of sparkling Cava on the verdant lawns of the Majorcan finca.
The groom, looking suave in his casual yet smart beige suit, was joined at the altar by the beautiful bride who looked simply stunning in her gorgeous gown. The fitted waistline and flared skirt—made for a flattering silhouette—and it’s low cut, but with a mesh, added a sexy yet conservative look and was perfect for the weather.
The outdoor ceremony commenced to the sound of “A Thousand Years”, by Christina Perri, beautifully sung by the talented Aina and was followed by a touching but uplifting service, lead by the fabulous celebrant Toni Pons, which included a personalised wedding blessing that brought a tear or two to the eyes of the wedding guests, witnesses to the nuptial rite.
Once the vows were said and the rings exchanged, guests scattered rose petals on the aisle of the wonderful outdoor space as Beth and Ryan, now as husband and wife, made their way together out of the ceremony, to the beat of Bruno Mars “Marry You.”
There they joined their family and friends who had gathered by the pool terrace, an ideal space to enjoy a delicious selection of beverages; rose sangria; Cava; wines; beers; soft drinks and water and wide range of canapes including bite-sized salads, mini pies, crispy nest of quail eggs with tartar sauce, marinated salmon with passionfruit, cloud of parmesan with mushrooms and truffle, in a relaxed atmosphere next to the tranquil water.
Following on from there, the bridal couple were whisked away to enjoy their photo session. The grounds of this elegant rustic wedding villa, with various spaces such as the large central cobbled patio, the fountain terrace or under the great shadow of the ancient holm oaks that sits in the middle of the finca, make fantastic photo opportunities which were wonderfully captured by the talented Emma Fenton.
The main course was held in a large outdoor fountain terrace area featuring a lot of natural textures for a truly rural affair, where brown cross rustic chairs matched with rectangular rustic tables completed the vintage wedding styling.
There the wedding guests were offered a fantastic feast of fresh summer salad with local tomatoes, watermelon and feta cheese, BBQ Pork ribs, grilled prawns with lemon and parsley and picaña of black angus beef, carved to order in front of the guests.
A place where the young newlyweds also enjoyed their first dance, around the fountain, to Childish Gambino “So into you”.
After the romantic dance, bride, groom and guests made their way to the party area that had been set up in the courtyard terrace which boasts breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains There the dancing continued to the vibes of a catchy playlist at the hands of a professional DJ.
A memorable wedding day, with lots of good wine, a great atmosphere and a stunning location. The perfect place to say “I do.”