Hello! We are Marián and Miguel Ángel.

Equipo de Pasión Eventos
We have witnessed hundreds of smiles and hugs and we wish to continue helping as many couples as we can. We are aware of what getting married means and we will give you the keys for you to enjoy it all the way. Our job is a vocation, and if we didn’t feel it and believe in it, we wouldn’t be able to convey it. We will share your excitement and will be delighted to be part of your special day!

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Kelley & Suraj

Kelley & Suraj wedding

A spectacular 4-day Hindu-Vietnamese wedding in Mallorca


Suraj was born in Spain, although he is of Indian origin and grew up in the United States. Kelley was born and raised in the USA and originally from Vietnam.

They love culture, family, sports, traveling, food, experiences and also beautiful and amazing destinations.

Mallorca and Japan are their favorite cities so they got engaged in Japan and got married in Mallorca, because it was the perfect city to organize an unforgettable experience for all their guests.

First day: the Haldi Ritual


Some days before the wedding, haldi ceremony preparation starts. The bride’s and the groom’s sides participate in this ritual. Close friends and family members wait in line to apply haldi paste to the face, neck, hands and feet of both the bride and groom.

Second day: Boat Party


On this day they celebrated a party for the closest ones on a catamaran on the Mediterranean Sea.

It was 5 hours of paella, tequila, and DJ.

Third day: Sangeet Night

Among the many pre-wedding events that occur prior to the North Indian wedding ceremonies, the Sangeet is where the party begins. The word ‘Sangeet’ translates from Sanskrit to ‘sung together’ and is also used to describe a celebratory event during an Indian wedding.

This musical night is a celebration of the union of not only the couple but the bonding of both families. This celebration includes dances performed by relatives and friends of the Bride and Groom, songs by the elder female members of the family sung in unison with the bride as the focal point, and an open dance floor to commemorate the festivities for the following days.

The Sangeet ceremony usually takes place before the Mehndi ceremony. Most of the sangeet parties are huge and loud, every bit like a reception but super fun.

180 guests enjoyed almost 6 hours of culture, traditions, and fun in a very exclusive location in Mallorca.

We started with the Vietnamese Tea Ceremony, as the bride is of Vietnamese origin.

A nod to Spanish culture was offered in the food (rice station, BBQ of meats, fish, and vegetables) and in the music (flamenco exhibition).

Henna tattoos were not missing all night long.

The bride and groom started the party with Vietnamese clothes and then changed to Indian clothes.

They finished with pure Hindu dances (this is the Sangeet). The family dedicated different kinds of dances to them with a funny mood and it was really fun.

Fourth day: the great Indian Wedding


At last, the wedding day arrived and 184 people traveled from all over the world to celebrate this special day with Kelley and Suraj.


An Indian wedding is populated with many preceding celebrations. These multi-day affairs are rich with traditions and customs, all designed to make the nuptials a truly once-in-a-lifetime celebration. While some rituals have religious significance, others are intended to amplify the joyous mood.

The most beautiful wedding dress we have ever seen


A picture is worth a thousand words so we’d rather you see these wonderful pictures.


The baraat is a procession with music and dancing by the groom’s family to celebrate the groom’s arrival at the wedding. Although it has no religious significance, it is one of the most important events before an Indian wedding. The bride’s family waits on the opposite side. They gradually move forward until they meet in the center and dance together for a while.

Before the ceremony began, the mother of the bride dedicated a few words, did a 5-minute mini ritual, welcoming and blessing the groom.

The big Hindu ceremony, overlooking the Tramuntana, was marked by a romantic floral arch


The ceremony took place in the same Mallorcan finca where the cocktail, dinner and dance followed.

There are a lot of very special traditional moments in the Hindu ceremonies, which were duly explained in a program that was given to the guests.

As for the decoration, the altar was under a beautiful wooden pergola decorated with roses, peonies, proteas, lisianthus, pampas, eucalyptus, and hydrangeas.

Cocktails and a piano bar


Live music and cocktails as well as delicious Mediterranean food were served during the cocktail reception.

Seasonal flowers in soft colors and lots of candles for dinner


The dinner tables, some round, and others straight, were decorated with vegetable garlands sprinkled with pink and white flowers, candleholders, stone-colored tablecloths and wicker and wood chairs.

Drinks, music, and lots of dances


Thousands of smiles, hugs, kisses, laughter, dances, good food, drinks, good music, and LOVE were the stars of this great day that celebrated the union of this gorgeous couple.

These spectacular photos and video are from our friends Paco & Aga & Humà.


I hope you could get a taste, even if only little, of their great days.

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