Beach Club Wedding In Majorca: Jewish Traditions & Contemporary Style…
Elizabeth and Simon began the task of searching for their dream wedding venue in Majorca. They met Tor from Sunshine Weddings Spain, and were soon excited to find out that their idea of getting married in Majorca over looking the Mediterranean would most certainly come true!
Tor met the lovely couple and took them on a complimentary venue finding tour around the island, visiting a number of wedding venues that suited their requirements. As soon as the couple set foot in the sophisticated beach club wedding venue in Majorca, they instantly knew the chic location ticked all their wedding dream boxes.
The Sunshine Weddings Spain team in Majorca quickly set to work and helped Elizabeth and Simon put together a truly magnificent wedding party.
The wedding celebrations kicked off with a pre dinner party, the day before, in a restaurant with a terrace overlooking a nearby port; so the wedding guests to get into the wedding holiday spirit and become acquainted. The evening consisted of a buffet with cocktails and canapes with an exclusive DJ to get the party started.
The next day arrived; Simon and Elizabeth’s wedding in Majorca, and in true Jewish style Elizabeth’s mother and her bridesmaids helped Elizabeth get ready for the first part of the wedding, the Bedecking; where the groom meets his brides for the first time in a private ceremony only for the immediate family.
As Elizabeth waited for her groom all the men said Tish leading Simon towards his bride chanting and singing as they walked around the pool toward the ceremony area.
The couple then took part in their Chuppah wedding ceremony in front of all their wedding guests. This was taken by the famous “dancing Rabbi” from Ibiza, who sang and created a very modern interactive and fun ceremony for the couple, which suited the contemporary style of the wedding in Majorca.
Once Simon and Elizabeth had taken their wedding vows they all enjoyed a lovely reception of canapes and cocktails whilst listening to the sounds of a Cuban band followed by a Spanish guitarist who played over dinner. A DJ finally played firstly traditional Jewish music then modern music to get the party going, which went on till the early hours.
The Best Men’s speech was brilliant and one which the whole wedding party will remember – sang to the backing track of “I will survive” telling the love story of Elizabeth and Simon. And so this chapter of their love story ends with our bride and groom finally getting married in Majorca and living happy ever after …