Who has never dreamed of an idyllic wedding? Well, some dreams come true, and it was the case for this couple whose wedding took place on June 16th, 2019.
A romantic wedding in the purest Majorcan style, with panoramic views on the whole Palma Bay of Mallorca. We’re talking about Son Termes, a dream country house which has every little mountain-like detail, with welcoming spaces ideal to celebrate your perfect wedding: space, terraces, air-conditioning, illumination, background music, parking, …
All these spaces show the history of the venue, a thirteenth century work whose perfectly well-preserved spaces appear to be the perfect place to celebrate this type of events, without losing its charm and natural essence, made up of wood and featuring rustic and ancient tones.
As for the reception, modernity and Majorcan gastronomy innovation merge perfectly, dazzling the guests with perfectly presented dishes and products of major quality, enabling couples not to give up on a wedding with traditional and native food of the area.
The floral decoration of this romantic wedding, works of Floristeria Rosazul, stands out, blending perfectly with the environment and the romantic style as well as the rest of the decoration and most importantly, the bride and groom.
It is made up of wild flowers in pastel and nude tones, such as pinks, whites and oranges mixing up with lilies, gerberas, peonies and roses with green leaves, also blending with the green shrubs, pots and trees of the estate. Rose petals in red pink tones had also been placed.
The dress code established for the ceremony was: romantic. The bride was wearing a Shleif dress, a Ukrainian origin model made by hand with the best quality and the greatest attention to details.
The dress chosen was a white model with a printed pattern, straps, front and side buttons showing off the legs with a side opening giving a sensual touch. It was completed by a lace jacket which was ideal for the ceremony and part of the reception.
The look was also characterized by simplicity and elegance, with a half-up half-done hairstyle with waves and very classic makeup made by Ana Cristina Batanero which put forward her natural beauty.
Concerning the groom, he had chosen a grey suit jacket, along with a white shirt and a tie of a darker tone. Both bride and groom had in common a floral detail, the groom in the pocket of his suit and the bride in her hair.
Previously, they had made a change in the look for the photoshoot that took place in the Bahía. The bride opted for a below the knee dress which had the same white tone as her wedding dress but which had short transparent sleeves and a transparent back.
Tanya Vasiliuk was in charge of the photoshoot, thus capturing forever this moment for everyone’s memory.