In the heart of the Tramuntana mountains sits a majestic Mallorcan wedding venue…
Mallorca has an amazing range of fabulous wedding venues and in fact this beautiful island, set in the Mediterranean sea, is fast becoming one of the most popular places in Europe for bridal couples looking for a destination wedding in the sunshine.
One particular Mallorcan wedding venue that stands out for its rustic beauty and fairytale setting, amidst large landscaped terraces surrounded by mountains, almond, and oak trees, is the mise en scène for today’s romantic bridal story between the elegant bridal couple Lucia and Luke.
In fact the stunning location, located about 15 minutes from Palma airport, sits in the heart of the Tramuntana mountains, a world heritage site, a property that has a vast area of 1,030,000 hectares of almond and carob trees that surround the house.
Such extensive grounds means that every wedding celebrated at this property can be personalised in a way to make it unique and unrepeatable.
So, if you’re looking for an unparalleled place to celebrate your wedding, in a natural setting framed by mountains and forests, read on to find out more about this dream location where, on a glorious summer’s day mid-June, Lucia and Luke tied the knot.
A day filled with love and laughter saw the wedding guests arriving at this luxurious finca to the sound of the talented guitarist Javier softly strumming ambient guitar music.
With the sonoric sound of music in the background, the guests gathered in the large courtyard for a welcome drink of beer, soft drinks and Cava.
From there the wedding guests were ushered to be seated in the ceremony area which had been set up in a stunning outdoor space between the shade of two of the highest and oldest holm oaks of Mallorca.
There, wedding celebrant, Toni Pons, led an uplifting and jovial wedding service on the grounds of this majestic Mallorcan cortijo full of authentic Spanish ambiance.
Following on from the ceremony, Lucia and Luke, now as husband and wife joined their guests in the lower terrace near the outdoor pool, surrounded by lush gardens adorned with fountains and flowers for some refreshments and a selection of canopies including: Octopus with smoke paprika, traditional salmorejo and crunchy herb crips with Galician beef tartare. Once they finished those, they went on to enjoy some patatas bravas, Boa (steamed bread) and ham croquettes. All the while listening to a great set on guitar by Javier.
Dinner was then served in the Terraza Fuente, a viridescent garden area with fountain overlooking the pool, there the wedding guests were treated to a typical Spanish feast served by Fosh Catering—who specialise in personalised homemade cuisine, prepared by top professionals using only the best ingredients—with lightly smoked pork belly with sea scallops and soller orange for starters, Galician beef fillet with charred spring onions and romesco sauce for the mains and a snickers with apricot sorbet and dark chocolate sauce as the dessert to finish off this mouthwatering feast.
Before the fiesta kicked off there were some pre-sunset photos taken at the hands of the talented Sofia who did an incredible job of immortalising the magical day for the bridal couple and their nearest and dearest, and then the music started and everyone enjoyed over three hours of open bar with late night snack served until 2am.
Some 70 guests were able to enjoy the wedding, take in the spectacular views and soak up the perfect Spanish evening before a transfer service then saw everyone taken safely back to their accomodation in Palma.
Olivia in charge of the stunning floral and decoration service, Fosh for their exquisite catering and Sofia for her talented eye behind the camera and for the use of these stunning snaps.