Take a trip with us to Mallorca. It’s the largest island in the Balearic Islands, which are part of Spain. This sweet, little spot is pure magic. Members of the Spanish Royal Family even vacation in this certain paradise – and we can see why! The rustic, historic buildings show patina in such a beautiful way; but what we’re really loving is the inclusion of chic, modern style.
Today’s modern wedding editorial, planned + designed by Mille Papillons Weddings & Events, stylishly joins the rustic aesthetic of an 18th-century estate and fresh modern looks with our favorite earth tones!
Art & Story Studio captured the vibe ideally – so let’s explore Mallorca:
Dried Bridal Bouquet
Keep the dried flowers + greens coming! We’re so not over this amazing trend.
Living Ceremony Around an Ancient Door
The door of the façade is decorated with gorgeous arrangements of fresh roses + dried grasses, all surrounded by ultra mod ghost chairs. It’s a stellar combo of earthy, rustic flowers with modern chic details. The colors in floral by La Floreria work so well in the Mediterranean setting.
A Modern Bride
Modern brides, they’re just like us! The Divine Atelier wedding gown paired with white cowboy boots makes our hearts sing!
Modern Wedding Table Setting
These thoughtful, minimalist details are modern wedding MUSTS! All you really need are some key pieces to make your tablescape remarkable.
Cheers to these gorgeous tabletop rentals from JAIAK; bringing in all of our favorite earth tones!
Cheers to More Mallorca!
photography: Art & Story Studio // venue name: Fangar Agroturismo, Campanet, Mallorca, Spain // event design: Mille Papillons Weddings & Events // florals: La Floreria // wedding dress: Divine Atelier // wedding dress boutique: The White Closet // hair stylist: Weddings by Rebecca Spendlove // makeup artist: Weddings by Rebecca Spendlove // videography: Made in Video // tabletop rentals: JAIAK // furniture rentals: JAIAK // specialty rentals: Enesencia Rent // models: Schuschu Menckstern and MAXIMILIAN // host: The Wild Ones Workshop // jewelery: The Vamoose