A friendship from childhood ...

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...that became love


They had known each other forever. They played together in the streets and parties of their neighborhood until childhood friendship became love.

María is a German with 100% Latino blood, ‘cause her father is Italian and her mother is Spanish. They wanted a wedding with sun and sea. For this, what better place than Mallorca to make a destination wedding, a place that undoubtedly met these premises!

They chose a Beach club, the Mhares sea club, since in addition to being a unique enclave with beautiful views of the sea and the bay of Palma, this place allowed them to extend the party under the stars until well into the night.

For decoration we play with the “Pure White”. We decided all was to be white but with a romantic and subtle style. Her cream color dress from www.treschicbridalwear.com, Pure collection designed by Elia Moreni, was made entirely of embroidered lace and contrasted with all the other details, which were white.

At the ceremony, an iron pergola, decorated with ivy and vintage curtains of antique plumetí lace and arrangements on the sides with fresh flowers, represented the altar.

The white Chiavari chairs on each side of the bridal aisle contrasted with the green lawn that became a natural carpet decorated on the sides with a guard of natural rose petals and lanterns with candles whose flames illuminated this happy union at sunset.

The leading flower was the gypsophila, for its subtlety and reminiscence of the lace that the bride wore. But we also used lisianthus, hydrangeas, roses and more.

The tables were completely dressed in white: tablecloths, napkins, crockery and Chiavari chairs, and to decorate them we combined two types of centers, high and low.

Both centers featured romantic styles, but with a modern touch. The high table centers with glass vases and a large ball arrangement of gypsophila and the low ones with a central vase and smaller jars decorated with vintage lace.

As a gift, they gave bottles of Mallorcan herbs were given for them and Es Trenc salt flower for the ladies.

We illuminated the pool, the plants and corners of the environment with fairy lights and multiple lanterns and candles, which with the show of dancers set a happy party that lasted until dawn.

Foto reportaje: Tofol Morey
Video: Carlos Pantamaría