Steffi and Joachim 

...After a very short night at a hotel in Zurich, the wedding party headed to the airport where a chartered flight to Mallorca was leaving.
After a long and glittering wedding reception all guests were ready for wedding number two on the beautiful island of Mallorca.
A special surprise for the bridal couple was waiting on the plane. Stephi and Joachim- both passionate pilots - were able to displace the pilot for bit!

Arrived on Mallorca everyone enjoyed the peaceful, scenic and idyllic hotel on the Balearic Island.
A Welcome drink, as well as various typical Majorcan tapas and great Spanish wines were provided for our guests.
Additionally, everyone was able to make their own piece of artwork for the bridal couple, with a little help from a professional artist.
In the evening all guests were invited to a special kind of kitchen event. The head chef of the house invited them to prepare homemade and original Spanish Paella with him.

The day of the wedding started for all of the ladies early because of styling and preparations. The wedding guests were chauffeured to the beautiful laid out chapel of San Christiana in Sa Torre, where the church ceremony was held under bright sunshine.

The journey continued after the reception and congratulations of family and friends towards the South of the Island, where on the coast, in the shadow of old trees an open air lunch was taken in.
After a small break in the afternoon, all guests were invited to an elegant dinner banquet, which ended with a great and fun party around and in the pool.

On the last day of the festivities, the wedding guests planted olive trees in the alley of the hotel complex; they had been waiting for them at their arrival in their rooms.
It was a nice token gesture, that the bride and the groom, all their family members and friends left a mark where such a wonderful and memorable event had taken place.
Stephanie’s and Joachim’s terrific three day wedding party was rounded off with cool drinks at the beach club right on the Mediterranean Sea.