We adore this wedding inspiration, with bold color choices and the integrated use of oranges and a bright palette to bring some energy to this villa wedding. We hope it encourages couples to go out of the typical color box for their wedding day – choose something that is interesting and unique!

from the planner: “Celebrating a wedding in Mallorca never goes out of fashion, this charming Mediterranean island is one of the most popular destinations for couples to get married, and even more so if it’s at any of the country estates (also called fincas) this island has! Yes, you read it right, Mallorca is not only instantly captivating for its landscapes, warm climate and friendly people, but also for its estates made of traditional stones.”

What was your design inspiration? 

The mandarins: protagonists of floral decoration
Less isn’t more! The bride’s bouquet was full of orange tree branches, a bunch of very vivid and intense green oval leaves and small mandarins. In addition, the stems were joined together with a white ribbon, giving a very elegant touch. The bouquets placed as centrepieces were like the bride’s bouquet, but with an added touch: flowers in different shades of orange.

Describe the cake: 

Nothing more and nothing less than three layers of pure flavour, where you could obviously find the acidic taste of the famous citrus fruits, no guest can resist the taste of oranges!

Although, for those with less of a sweet tooth, there was also natural fruit, and of course… oranges for everyone!

Tell us about the clothing choices: 

The ceremony dress consisted of a three-quarter length sleeve of plumeti tulle accompanied by lace, a transparency that could also be seen at the waist and chest. The slight train and the entire lower part of the dress was made of chiffon fabric, which gave the bride great freedom of movement and comfort on her most special day.

For the reception, a more casual dress was chosen. This one was short sleeved, with a back full of lace, transparencies and a skirt with a lot of volume that simulated a petticoat, just as comfortable and light as the first one!

As for the make-up, it was simple, with a predominance of pinkish tones in the shadows as well as on the lips.

Photography: Tatsiana Vasiluk | Ceremony Venue: fincabiniagual | Event Planning: Weddings and Events by Natalia Ortiz | Floral: Decoració Floral & Events | Stationery: Lettering by Grg | Wedding Cake: Annita Cakes | Rentals: Exclusive4events | Hair: Marina Torrens | Makeup: Marina Torrens | Wedding Dress: Y comieron perdices | Groom’s Attire: https://www.instagram.com/aceroceremonia | Headpiece: Laura Ceñal | Submitted via: Matchology

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