Marta & Martjin
A Dutch wedding in Mallorcan grounds: elegant, chic and untraditional.
Elegant but informal, romantic, joyful and very trendy; these are the terms that best describe the intimate wedding of this couple of sports enthusiasts and Mallorca lovers.
Marta and Martjin have known each other for 13 years. They both love sports and traveling. After having their three daughters, climbing the Kilimanjaro was one of the best experiences in their lives. To run a marathon is one of their dreams and we are sure that they will succeed in doing this one day.
They knew they wanted an intimate wedding, in the open air, in a typical Mallorcan place, with a very personal ceremony, surrounded by their families and their three beautiful daughters. They wanted an elegant and relaxed wedding. Between us all we managed to make them cry of emotion (specially the groom).
Marta & Martjin wanted a wedding in the open air, in a rural environment, trendy and sophisticated.
The wedding was truly authentic; the menu was delicious and they had rustic and elegant Mediterranean decorations. There was a lot of greenery combined with ivory and golden details. They had very special bridesmaids, their girls, who accompanied them throughout the whole wedding and stayed until the very end!
A sofisticated and casual, very mediterranean wedding.
The ceremony, under the beautiful tree, was personal, moving and authentic. The environment was very cozy, we decorated it with large baskets full of flowers and leaves, the aisle was framed with a carpet of natural sisal, wooden chairs and leafy arrangements that accentuated the Mediterranean style they so desired.
A combination of styles in the decorations for the welcome aperitif.
We created chill out areas in ivory, green and natural colours. We used materials such as crochet, carpets made out of natural sisal, Mallorcan wooden stools and demijohns.
The table was the queen of the night.
Hundreds of candles covered the pergola and basically melted together with the rest of the elements on the table.
The setting of the dinner was as simple as striking. One only table for 70 people, fairylights and hundreds of candles hanging from the pergola at different heights over a aisle of greenery which had candles of different sizes itself. We gave it the touch of colour and sophistication with wine cups in amber and golden cutlery.
The impression created by the lights was marvelous and unique.