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Imagine your wedding in a typical Spanish country house ( =finca).
Spanish fincas, masias, and country houses are usually located inland and are a perfect example of Spanish culture, tradition and history.
But there are many different types of Finca's. Some are traditional, alsmost castles, whereas others are old converted barns, wineries, some of which have been totally renovated, our have outbuilds.
Or this old winery, converted to a contemporary wedding venue, with full event kitchen, tables, chairs, etc...
The ceremony is held in the garden or on the terrace where the master of ceremony invites the guests to be seated in a beautiful wedding setting in the colours and theme selected by the wedding couple.
Wedding couples often also combine 2 venues, choosing the best of 2 worlds ;
Ceremony and reception in a beach venue
Dinner and dance in a traditional finca venue.
At the time of the ceremony the (live) music starts to play the processional, and the bride, usually accompanied by her father, arrives.
For the music we offer and recommend one of our musicians.
The officiant leads the ceremony of approximatly 30-45 minutes, written especially for the wedding couple.
during the ceremony, some guests can read a text, and of course there is music, the "Yes, I do", exchange of the vows, rings, and signing the ceremonial wedding certificate.
Our professional photographer and/or videographer is present to make sure that these unforgettable images are recorded for eternity.
After the ceremony, a reception is organised, with or without appetisers, depending on the preference and budget of bride and groom. During the second part of the reception, a photoshoot is often planned with bride and groom, followed with one together with the guests.
If you've chosen a different venue for dinner and dance, guests can now enter the bus to go to the second venue.
After dinner all is set for the party to begin !
A real Spanish finca.
Very private, very chique, very exclusive !
Have a look at our inland weddings moodbook, and see how unique a country house wedding in Spain can be !
Some of these finca's even have seaviews, which make them even more spectacular !
Therefore, in order to see all the options and venues, you need to have a look at both
Of course, most of these venues are rented "as is" meaning that you pay a rent of the venue, which often only means that you can make use of the space, without any infrastructure such as kitchen, tables, chairs, etc...
This means that often everything has to be contracted externally, but in doing so, it also creates a lot of freedom and possibilities to make it a very personal wedding, exactly the way you want it to be.
Have a look at this private domain, enclosing almost the whole top of the hill.
With spectacular views over the bay of Altea, Albir, right up to Benidorm.