Fashionable nuptials in a peaceful paradise
Getting married on a private island in the Mediterranean sounds like the plot of a Hollywood blockbuster, but forJenny and Philipp, it was an Ibiza wedding reality.
On the rocky coastline of Cap d’es Falco, the bohemian blessing of Anna and Matthew took place with stunning blue skies and the azure blue sea as the backdrop – a picture perfect Ibiza wedding.
Kyle and Stacey tied the knot at Elixir, perched on the mountainside at Cala Codolar, overlooking the sea and Es Vedra. Stacey made an old school Hollywood entrance in a classic Rolls Royce, and after tucking into an amazing spread by Eat Ibiza, the party continued with lots of fancy dress and dancing under the stars – watch the video highlights after the photo gallery!
The beautiful yellow and white themed Ibiza wedding of Holly and Rich took place in Can Gall, with all wedding planning, catering and cake organised expertly by Eat Ibiza. The highlight? The bride and bridesmaids jumping into the pool at the end of the night… fully clothed! Thankfully it was a hot summer night!
Dutch couple Corine and Robin drove all the way from Holland to Ibiza with a very special member of their wedding party… their precious pooch Persi, who was resplendent in a silver sequined tie for the occasion! Ibiza beach wedding venue Amante Beach Club & Restaurant was the location, decked out in stunning flowers with a rustic, campo vibe and with a beautiful cake by Ibiza Cakes to finish off the proceedings!
Imogen & Andrew were married in Ibiza in a stunning private villa in the summer of 2012. Ibiza wedding photography by Eva Kruiper for Ana Lui Studio. Read more
Photography by Ana Lui. Chinese pop singer Gigi Leung chose Ibiza as the location for her October 2011 nuptials to Spanish fiancé Sergio, who planned every last detail of the lavish white-themed wedding, right down to the bridal designer, guests’ accommodation, beachside location and specific vegetarian menu. With 80 close friends and family in attendance, the wedding was a fusion of Chinese and European customs, including a Chinese hair brushing ritual between mother and daughter and the Spanish tradition of the bride giving the groom a watch. Read more