So, you have chosen to have your destination wedding in the beautiful Balearic Islands. Good choice! In my view it’s an island that has it all - beautiful and varied scenery, great food, and…the weather. Being located only a 2-3 hour flight from most parts of Europe our couples are surprised how many guests accept their wedding invitations and turn the visit in to a holiday.


I don’t know whether you are planning your wedding with the help of a planner or are trying to do it all yourself. Either way, you’ve probably landed on this page because you are searching for the best wedding photographer to capture treasured memories from your special day. This is a really big decision! Your choice of wedding photographer will be one of the most important you will make during your wedding planning - but I would say that wouldn’t I!


I am a documentary wedding photographer who just happens to love Mallorca, just like you! In fact we love it so much we are shortly hoping to live out there full time. For now, we mainly photograph weddings across the UK and Mallorca so we know the island pretty well and are familiar with many of the wedding venues you might be considering (I have a few listed below if you are looking for inspiration). We might also be able to offer some recommendations with other aspects of your wedding, just ask!


I see it as a huge privilege to share one of the biggest days in a bride and groom’s life and to be trusted as their memory catcher. My passion is to tell your love story naturally with images that capture the emotion, happiness and fun of your wedding day in a relaxed and unobtrusive way. If this sounds interesting to you then I would love to know more about your plans and to be considered as your Mallorca wedding photographer!


I’ve compiled a pretty comprehensive list of questions that couples have thrown at me over the years on the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page . Hope it helps!


The Investment page outlines the Collections we offer with prices mainly dependent on whether albums are included. A bespoke USB, a web-gallery, all photos edited in colour and B&W, an amazing slideshow and even the option to record the sound of your ceremony and speeches are all standard, together with a big smile!


We can also arrange a pre- or post-wedding photoshoot somewhere else on the island. This is a blogpost of one we did with Kathleen and Michael a few days before their Mallorca wedding and I think it helped us get to know one another before the big day in a fun and relaxed way.


I’m always happy to answer any questions by email or phone, or we can meet up for a chat if that’s possible. Otherwise just get in touch and I will send you a copy of our latest Wedding Brochure that will give you some idea of our photography style and approach.

Some of Our RECENT Mallorca Weddings

We are fortunate to meet some amazing couples shooting weddings in Mallorca and it's always incredible when we receive feedback. The wedding slideshows below are shortened highlight versions of the originals supplied to our couples and use licensed music.



Take a look at the blog post for Monique and Alex’s Pedruxella Gran wedding

Take a look at the blog post for Cathy and Ben's Pollensa wedding

I would also suggest that you browse through some of our wedding blogposts - if nothing else you will see how varied Mallorca weddings can be, depending on whether you chose a rural finca, private villa or one of the stunning hotels that cater for weddings.


My wife and I are passionate about our wedding photography but it’s the feedback from our couples that means the most to us. If you have time take a look at some of the kind words we’ve received over the years. Blush!

Wedding Venues in Mallorca

There are so many fabulous wedding venues in Mallorca. From intimate countryside fincas and finca hotels through to superb luxury hotels.


Many of them are in spectacular settings with views across the countryside, mountains or even the Mediterranean. It's one of the reasons I love to be a Mallorca wedding photographer shooting in such amazing locations! You may already have found your dream wedding venue, but if not, here are a few you might want to check out:


Ca’s Xorc is a 5-star boutique hotel located down a windy road among the lemon and olive trees in the Tramuntana Mountains on the coastal road between Soller and Deià.


Hotel Valldemossa lies on the outskirts of the beautiful village of Valldemossa, not far from La Cartuja. The village church is about a 10 minute walk away from the hotel if you would like a church wedding. Alternatively, you can have your wedding ceremony within the grounds of the hotel.


Cap Rocat is a very impressive luxury hotel and venue and was formerly a military fortress. It is located on the east side of the bay of Palma de Mallorca and less than 10 miles from the airport.


Hotel Can Verdera is located in one of the most picturesque Mallorcan villages, Fornalutx. If you prefer a church ceremony, there is a beautiful church situated a short walk away, just above the main square.


Son Termes is a wonderful 13th century finca situated near Bunyola. The exterior terraces have great views across the surrounding hills and countryside. In addition, there is a wonderful interior courtyard that can makes for a magical setting for the wedding breakfast.


Finca Pedruxella Gran is an incredible estate in the Val d'en March, around 5 miles to the west of Pollensa. Olive and oak trees are everywhere and there are magnificent views of the surrounding mountains. Pedruxella can accommodate up to 100 guests.


La Residencia is an established luxury hotel situated in the magical village of Deià.


Son Marroig with its marble temple spectacularly perched on a cliff top between the villages of Deià and Valldemossa.


Finca Son Mir lies conveniently close to Palma and the airport and provides flexible indoor and outdoor possibilities for a wedding. It is a beautifully restored historic finca set in marvellous grounds.


Castell Son Claret is a beautiful lu xury finca that was recently restored and is located in the west of Mallorca near Calvia.


Finca Son Bosch located near Andratx is situated in a vineyard with views of the Tramuntana Mountains.


Gran Hotel Son Net in the lovely village of Puigpunyent and around 15 minutes from Palma. It overlooks the valley and has great views towards the Tramuntana Mountains.


Finca Comassema is an historic finca located in the Orient Valley not far from Bunyola with views of the mountains and surrounding countryside.


Jumeirah Hotel is modern luxury hotel perched on the cliff edge and overlooking the beautiful Port de Soller.


Finca Binissatí is a large Mallorcan finca dating from the early 18th century located a few miles outside Inca. Besides the finca, it is perfect if you would like an outdoor wedding in a woodland setting.


Alaiar is a rural hotel set in the heart of Mallorca not too far from Sencelles with some terrific internal and outdoor spaces for a beautiful wedding.


Hotel Can Simoneta is a cliff top boutique hotel on the north-east coast of Mallorca close to the town of Canyamel.


Ses Cases de Fetget is a converted 17th century house located between Arta and Son Servera. It is situated on a hill overlooking the bay of Cala Millor on the east coast of Mallorca.


Hotel L’Avenida in the town of Soller with easy access by tram or taxi to Port de Soller.


S’Olivaret is an historic rural hotel located close to Alaró and set in the Serra de Tramuntana.


Son Brull is a 17th century monastery that has been converted to a boutique 5-star hotel. It is located near to the village of Pollensa on the north coast of Mallorca.


Agroturismo Sa Torre is a beautiful restored rural hotel located near Santa Eugenia more or less in the centre of the island.


Agapanto in Port de Soller is ideal for a small fun beach wedding.


Sa Pedrissa is a rural adults-only hotel situated near Deià with sea views suitable for a relatively small intimate wedding.


Osa Major is positioned in the hilly central region of the island situated close to Montuiri. I’ve only recently come across this beautiful rural finca but it looks like it would be great for a boho-style wedding or an intimate wedding with amazing views over the surrounding countryside.


Ses Cases de Sa Font Seca is another wonderful wedding venue located very close to Finca Son Termes and the town of Bunyola. The 17th century finca is set within a country estate and even has its own amphitheatre.


Finca Son Togores is a beautiful l ate 19th century finca located in the west of the island not too far from Esporlas and Valldemossa. It is surrounded by almond, orange, lemon and olive trees with far-reaching views over the surrounding countryside and mountains. A great place for food connoisseurs as the event catering is all provided by Marc Fosh.


Finca Els Calderers is an authentic 18th century finca located in the middle of the island between Manacor and Montuiri with some wonderful outdoor terraces and spaces.


Jardines de Alfabia can easily be fou nd off the road from Palma to Soller, just before entering the tunnel. Located in the foothills of the Sierra de Tramuntana and set within fabulous gardens.


Finca Gomera is located in the south of Mallorca, not too far from Llucmajor in countryside surrounded by vineyards. A beautifully restored finca with a collection of luxury suites.


Finca Son Miranda is another venue I’ve recently discovered that caters for weddings. An art hotel set on a rural estate near Sencelles, about 20 min from Palma, would probably suit a more intimate wedding.


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