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2010 was a busy year for us here at Lyndyloo in Spain, check out some of our highlights from the year.

The wedding of Claire and Lee took place in a beautiful little chapel in Altea on a sunny day in October

The Theme of the day was chocolate and cream, which was shown on the cup cake that Claire had chosen

Lee waited in the chapel with the Vicar while the bride traveled in Style


Once the champagne was finished inside the Limo and Claire was in the chapel ready for the wedding service.

Time for a few photos outside the chapel while the guests enjoyed a champagne reception

Time for the confetti walk !

And some stunning pictures enjoying the great scenery and surroundings in Altea.


And the final moments before joining the guests for the wedding reception

Photo's kindly supplied by Paul Schillings

The new Mr & Mrs Jones married in a stunning Traditional Spanish Finca on a beautiful Sunny day with the odd worry of a shower !


Faye Looked stunning in her gown looking down onto the area where the wedding was due to take place.


The Finca is stunning and has a backdrop of mountains but with views out to the sea.......


The wedding service took place in the gardens looking out onto the mountains


Faye had a few moments before the wedding service with her Mom and Dad

Faye was walked down the isle by her father, ready to join her new husband.


All the guests enjoyed the ceremony which included some readings and special words from the guests and Bridesmaids


And after the service Mr & Mrs Jones were covered in confetti and time for a few pictures before going to the local village for champagne and photos.


The wedding reception area was also to take place in the outside gardens and decorated in pinks and purples

The finca was a great setting for the outside wedding that the happy couple wanted and the rain kept away all day.


The evenings entertainment was started with the flamenco show.......


And continued with the Bride and Groom showing them how to do it !


Lauren and Russ were married at the castle in an intimate ceremony of close family and friends


 The weather was amazing without a cloud in the sky


Lauren was dressed in a great Maggie Sottero gown and was great for a Spanish Wedding


Lauren was joined by her 2 Bridesmaids for some fun before the wedding ceremony started

While Russ and the best man waited on.......for Lauren to arrive


The happy couple signing the certificate at the end of the ceremony


Then off to sit beside the lake for the traditional Spanish Dinner

Congratulations to Lauren and Russ


Catholic Church Wedding of Elenor and Jason from Dublin on Saturday 18th September.


The traditional Catholic church set on a typical Spanish Village square was the setting for the wedding of Elenor and Jason


The Church was set with an array of fresh flowers which were all kindly donated by Elenor and Jason to the Church.
    Elenor & Jason Have requested no photos of them be displayed

The tables at the reception were decorated with stunning glass center Pieces and silk silver Bows


The focal point of the room is the stunning chandalier which lights the rooms and mixed very well with the centre pieces


Once the main lights were turned down the reception room really did come to life with the centre pieces lighting up to give a glow around the room.


Up next is the castle wedding of Vanessa and Tony on 16th September


The castle was dressed in Lilac with Bows and flowers playing a big part of the day

The stunning flowers made a bid impact in the courtyard of the castle with the purple colours following through onto the wedding cake which was designed so that each guest had there own individual cake and a top tier to keep.


The salon at the castle was also decorated with very personal gifts for each guest made by both Vanessa and Tony, so they added a great personal touch to each guest


The stain glass windows provided a great back drop to the wedding reception.

Once Vanessa arrived with all the bridesmaids and page boy there was time for a few photos outside the castle, again showing the lilac theme with both the bridesmaids and even the bride who had little forget me knots sewn onto the dress.


Vanessa was walked down the Isle by her Brother


The service was both a joyous and also a day to remember Anton the son of Vanesesa and Tony who had helped plan the day but sadly passed away so the service was a very special moment for both the bride and groom.


Anton played a big part of the day even though he was not there in person he was definitly in spirit and in all the guests thoughts and hearts, Vanessa and Tony had a memory table set up for the day so all the guests could send Anton messages.


Following the service the guests were treated to a champagne reception and a selection of Spanish Tapas

With time for a few add to the memory book.


Vanessa made sure they had delivered a cup cake to each guest

The guests were then treated with a flamenco show with Vanessa and Tony giving the final dance.


And really did a good show for all the guests to enjoy, followed by a quick change of dress and the first dance.


The beach Wedding of Emma & John from here in Spain took place on 6th September on a beautiful sunny day.

The beach was set up for an early 11.00 ceremony and dressed in Purple, with stunning views out onto the Mar Menor.

The service was conducted in front of many local well wishers who waited for the bride to arrive.

Emma arrived in the bridal car, 30 minutes late......must have been the early morning start


Closely followed by the 3 Bridesmaids


Walking onto the beach proved ok for the bridesmaids but Emma decided to feel the sand beneath her feet.


Once safely down the isle Emma and John took their vows in front of the family and friends


And finally sealed with a kiss !


Then time for some champagne and bucks fizz on the beach before leaving to celebrate at the wedding reception.

Congratulations !

The amazing 4th September Catholic Church wedding of Leanne and Richard followed by a Villa Reception......


This stunning Catholic church is amazing it is surrounded by tress and countryside and is a traditional Spanish Church


The views from the church steps were out of this World and as all the guests arrived by bus they were amazed by such beautiful views. 


Inside the church was decorated with deep red roses and black ribbons


One last word od advice for Leanne before she was walked down the Isle by her father and 5 Bridesmaids


The service was conducted with great music and hymns before walking out as Man and wife


Once the celebrations at the church were finished it was back off to the most amazing Villa on the edge of a lake for the wedding Reception


The tables were laid with crisp white linen and decorated with Black bows and again deep red roses.


The villa had everything lake views, a sunset to die for and of course a relaxed atmosphere for the wedding


The Guests were treated to a champagne and canape reception followed by an amazing meal with unlimited drinks, all cooked on site


As the guests enjoyed the food they were entertained by the amazing sunset over the lake.

The wedding of Lisa & Richard 3rd September from Newcastle West Ireland took place in the Local Parish Church


Richard and the Grooms men waited outside the church for the guests to arrive and made some time for a few photographs


Once Richard and the Grooms men were inside the church the Bride and the bridesmaids arrived.


Lisa arrived in the Rolls Royce full of smiles


Once out of the car Lisa was walked own the isle by her father ready for the wedding service


Lisa and Richard were now Man and Wife !


Time for a few photos outside the church before leaving for the wedding reception. 


Once finished at the church the Bride and Groom went to the local beach while the guests enjoyed a champagne reception over looking the beach and the sea.

The cake was made of individual cup cakes each with the initials R & L


The reception area was dressed with candles and flowers


A few Moments alone before returning to the party


Congratulations to Richard and Lisa.


Susan & Danny From Enniskillen Northern Ireland - 2nd September was once again a really hot day after storms in the morning !!!!!!!


With a big guest list from the UK and Ireland the wedding was a great day with the theme being vintage lace and bright colours.

The church was full of colourful blooms and gave off a beautiful scent which filled the church before the guests arrived.


The Groom waited for the guests and the Bride to arrive making sure he had the rings ! before passing them to the ring bearer.


Susan was accompanied by her father and Bridesmaids

Following the wedding service Susan and Danny had some time to enjoy the surroundings and have some photos taken while the guests enjoyed the champagne reception.


The Church was a great setting for the backdrop to the pictures.


Susan even had time to sit down on the job !


Time to cut the cake and enjoy !


And enjoy the flamenco show and have a quick dance before the Splashes performed


 27th August was the wedding of Laura and Stephen which saw guests from all over the World !


The Theme of the day saw Peacock feathers and table names all significant to the Bride and Groom


The church was full of flowers and peacock feathers


As Stephen waited for his Bride with the best Man, they managed to fit in some time for the national jumping contest !


Which was watched by stunned onlookers

Laura was accompanied by her 3 Bridesmaids before being walked down the isle by her brother.


Once the service was over it was time to have some photos and more fun before the champagne reception


The Bridal party and both Mums played a big part in the day for Laura and Stephen


 The champagne reception saw the World Champion Ham carver........a special treat for Stephen and Laura


Time for the last few photos before rejoining the guests and to enjoy a few moments together.


Time enough to get in some pink champagne


And fun by the fountain


Last moment before entering the reception !

The Spanish cake was topped by a mini version of Laura and Stephen made by Lauras Mum.


Hope you had a great Honeymoon !

Since first meeting Louise 18 months ago when she took us to see various different venues we knew that we were in good hands as nothing was ever too much trouble. 


Having Louise and the team meant that everything was done for us so we didn’t have to worry at all on the day (well apart from getting our vows out...) so we could relax and take it all in.  We had such an amazingly perfect day and everything went to plan - even on the hottest day of the year so far!


Louise is very experienced and has some great ideas which we took on board and incorporated into our day, e.g. the profiterole tower served as dessert, her recommendations of the area/hotels which we passed onto our guests and pick ups from the airport. 


Everything went as planned thanks to Louise and the team even down to the smallest detail – Louise even made sure that we were able to enjoy the ham cutter!  All the suppliers were so friendly; Eddie really personalised the service for us, the DJ made sure he played our chosen songs during the reception and the staff at the hairdressers really looked after the bridal party during the morning.   Not forgetting the beautiful flowers OR the staff who were extremely attentive, and Andreas who allowed us to choose options for our dream wedding breakfast menu which included local regional dishes that we love!


All our guests commented that it was a beautiful venue with delicious food and great weather!

We’d recommend Louise to anyone and we haven’t stopped raving about how fabulous our day was to anyone and everyone that will listen. 

Thank you so much!


25th August was the wedding of Kathryn and Ian From Liverpool and what a very hot day it was !


The church was filled with beautiful Fresh flowers ready for all the guests to enjoy.


The reception room was also decorated in Pink and Ivory to match the flowers in the church


The groom and his family made use of the shade whilst waiting for the guests and the Bride as it defenatly was a hot day

The boys even had time for some fun ! before the girls arrived


The Bride was accompanied by the 2 flower girls, 2 page boys and 4 Bridesmaids and all looked stunning


And finally the Bride was ready to be walked down the Isle by her father

Time for some photos after the wedding service


The Bridal Party

Time to make use of the Rolls Royce


And the stunning church which is an amazing back drop for the photos


Kathryn and Ian had a fun time with the photos and made sure they used the whole venue
And really did smile all the time and enjoy the time together before joining the guests at the champagne reception


The cake was all chocolate and enjoyed by all the guests




Congratulations to Kathryn and Ian
August 17th saw the wedding of Gary and Debbie, this was due to take place on the beach but due to severe flooding took place in a listed building and the first couple from the UK to use the venue for their wedding.


The theme of the day was blues, which would have looked stunning with the sea in the background but instead we had the beautiful 18th century mosaic Tiles and stunning courtyard.


The tradition
al Spanish courtyard with a great staircase and sea view was set up for the Bride & Groom ready for their wedding service.


The Rolls Royce arrived with the bridal party and time for a few pictures before the service.


Debbie was Waked down the Isle by her son.


The service was conducted inside the courtyard with the NOW sunny beach outside.


All the family and friends were amazed by the building and the fact that 1 hour before it had been a major storm.


Finally Debbie & Gary walked back out the courtyard and into the sunshine.......

Following a champagne reception and having some family photos on the beach Garry, Debbie and family and friends made their way to the restaurant for the wedding celebrations.


A great day was had by all who made the journey to Spain

Then onto the amazing Spanish Restaurant in the sea......with beautiful Blue skies


The cake was made to match the colour theme and flowers and was all hand made even the flower display on the top


And finally a little surprise for the Bride and Groom from Lyndyloo.....

 Friday 13th August was the chosen date for Hayley and Jamie.........and the day was full of surprises !


The room was decorated in bright pink Gerbera's and bows, with each table being named after a sweets from the 70's and 80's and piled high in the centre vases.

The decoration and the flowers continued into the church which was filled with scent and colour.

Jamie and the best men waited patiently for the girls to arrive.

And so did the 3 Flower girls all complete with Bunny's


Finally the Bride arrived with her father ready for the wedding service.


Following the wedding service Jamie and Hayley had a few tender moment together before the champagne reception, amazing meal and the evenings entertainment.


 Before finally cutting the cake, congratulations Jamie and Hayley and good luck with the new addition.
Lyndyloo would like to thank Paul Schillings for the great photos he has supplied from the wedding of Hayley and Jamie.
Shelly and Mark wanted a small intimate wedding and having not seen the wedding venue until the day I can say they were both stunned !!!!!

The service was very personal to both Mark and Shelly.

They were joined by close family and friends to celebrate their special day.

The service took place in the private chapel in the Spanish Countryside with a champagne meal afterwards.


Shelly's Mum had many jobs to do on the day, give Shelly away, best woman and Nanny.


Once outside the church it was time for a few photos before enjoying the surroundings

And a few glasses of Champagne.......


A few moments together


And some moments of laughter

Congratulations to Mark & Shelly

Thanks to Keith Nicol for Supplying the photos for the website
Laurie and Jon from Wales had a great day after a stormy evening the night before.

All the flowers from inside the church were used in the reception room to make extra use of them.


The colours and theme of the day was pinks and fresh flowers, Laurie had us decorate the table with all fresh flowers and petals which looked stunning, using local flowers.


The church was decorated with fresh flowers and filled the church with a beautiful aroma.

The isle was full of flowers and the Virgin Mary surrounded by candles


The Flower girls and page boys were first to arrive closely followed by the Bride.

The long journey up the steps to the church, the boys carried the train on the dress !


Everyone getting prepared to walk into the church and down the Isle.

And before you know it Laurie and Jon walked back down the isle as man and wife


And then walked through the rice and confetti before enjoying sometime with their guests

Laurie and Jon then had some time alone and some photos whilst the guests enjoyed free flowing champagne and canapes


And made use of the Rolls Royce

And the beautiful Spanish Countryside


Laurie and her Mom

And finally the cutting of the cake, which was made as a small replica of the the Church


The entertainment started with the flamenco dancers followed by a great disco into the early hours.


Thank you so much for all the planning you did in the months leading up to our amazing day, from booking the venue, DJ, flamenco dancers,
photographer and minister to arranging the menus, car, cake and flowers to decorating the church and restaurant according to my requirements.
 And resolving the last minute crisis with my wedding dress which I understand you did without me being aware of any problem! 
 Everybody from the waiters to the photographers to the DJ was so friendly and helpful and there were so many weird coincidences and connections, for example the photographer was from the same village as my grandfather, the DJ was from near where Jon's family live and the driver of the car had links to the village where my father grew up! 
Our guests have all been commenting on the romantic church (and the minister's mix of religion and personal and modern aspects to the service), the beautiful setting for the champagne and canapes and the quality of the food. 
We loved every second of our day, it all looked and went exactly as we would have hoped which meant that we were able to relax and enjoy ourselves - I don't think I've ever danced and smiled so much (the DJ was excellent at keeping to our requests and sussing our music taste to fill in the gaps) 
I wouldn't have changed a thing and can't stop looking back over the photos (and boring everyone else in the process but I can't believe how perfect everything was).
The wedding of Adam and Elaine took place in the middle of the SPANISH Countryside in the middle of the hottest day of the year so far.


With the church decorated full of candles and flowers, this was to be the first time Adam and Elaine had seen the church and the venue as they had picked everything with us via email and pictures.


  The theme of the day was Black and white with a hint of the Spanish feel being incorporated into the day.


Elaine was walked down the isle by her Mum, To a awaiting to Groom !

Whilst the Bridesmaids look on before singing the 'I do' song.


Then it was time to sign the certificate.........

And leave the church to be greeted with the confetti !

Time for a quick family photo before enjoying a champagne reception.

The day was full of smiles, and I think the venue really did tick all the boxes for both Adam and Elaine

 Time to spend a little quiet time together

Before rejoining the family and friends for the Champagne reception.

Congratulations to Adam and Elaine and I'm so glad the Venue was more than you could have ever wished for.
The wedding of Paul & Kate really was a colourful day with lots of flowers and an English Country Garden feel, Kate made all her own stationary with pressed flowers to keep in with the theme.


The church was full of flowers and candles


The colours were all shades of pinks for the English country garden theme !


The cake Kate choose was stunning, 3 different flavors with a cascade of fresh flowers running down the front.

The tables were full of surprises for the guests, centre pots of flowers and 3 different herbs.

And lots of candles and Spanish Olive oil for all guests made by Kate


The Groom and 2 Best Men waited for the Bride to arrive........


The Bridesmaids were first to arrive closely followed by Kate and her Dad

All ready outside the church and time for a quick photo.

Once outside the church Kate and Paul were greeted with the traditional throwing of rice and petals.


Following the service Kate and Paul were joined by their guests for a group shot on the steps of the church

Then time for a few magic moments and photos of the Bride and Groom whilst the guests enjoyed the champagne reception


A moment of fun ! Kate never did share the joke !


  Yeahhhh i'm Married !


Finally time to relax and enjoy the views of the Spanish Countryside.


Paul and Kate enjoyed the time they spent together before re joining their guests for the Spanish Guitarist and Champagne reception


Kate even managed to have a few moments on her own !


Before being whisked off by Paul again !


Time for a few last shots by the water feature ! and more kissing !


Kate and Paul were greeted with Champagne a huge cheer when they arrived for the wedding reception

And Finally the cutting of the cake !



The Villa Wedding of Paul and Mandy from Drogheda on 25th June, was a hot day on the edge of a lake which was bought to life with the Flowers and the Irish Party !


The flowers were stunning and so was the scenery ! You could not wish for a more beautiful setting for your wedding.

The Wedding was to be held over looking the lake in the afternoon sun, all the guests were bought by bus to the venue and had no ideas what to expect, and from the reactions and comments everyone loved it.

The views were amazing and the decoration just topped off a great venue for Mandy and Paul

The tables were laid with White linen and red bows and stunning glasses vases filled with Ostrich feathers and crystals.


The venue looked amazing !


What a view from the top table, out onto the lake.


The Boys waited for all the guests to arrive before the wedding service was to begin.

The Bridesmaids were all dressed in Red and walked down to the service area and around the pool and all looked amazing.


Mandy was walked down the Isle by her Mum where stood next to Paul for the service which was witnessed by over 80 Guests from Ireland who made the journey to Spain.


All the family and friends were there to witness the marriage of Paul and Mandy


The signing of the certificate was the end of a truly memorable service, before walking back down the Isle as Husband and Wife


What could not have been timed even more perfect as when Mandy and Paul walked down the isle, so an old fashioned plane did a flyby....not often that happens

Straight to the Champagne fountain for the Bride and Groom


Then time for a quick photo before enjoying the next treat !


The chocolate fountain which was, enjoyed by all........


Some More than who is in the same place on both Photo's


Even Paul & Mandy had time for a quick sample of the warm running Belgium chocolate.........


A few family shots around the pool while the guests enjoyed the free bar


And a quick snap of some of the guests before dinner was served.....

Paul and Mandy did make some time to have a few photos took together, before the time came to have the speeches and then party all night long.....


And finally, At last.....No more photos !


Oh Ok......maybe just a few more before dinner


Paul was not going to miss out on the fun !


Cheers !

There was always going to be one that jumped in the pool.......


Finally time to party to the band then the DJ.


Congratulations to Paul and Mandy and thanks for the beautiful gift.
The castle was the venue of choice for the wedding of Jessica & Chris's on 22nd June.

The Blue skies and stunning waterfalls made the perfect backdrop to a stunning venue.


The wedding service was to take place in the castles very own Courtyard. 


With Red carpet, elegant gold guilted chairs made for the perfect setting for the service.

The Groom and Groomsmen waited, whilst enjoying welcome drinks on the terrace.
For the Bride and the Bridesmaids to arrive.

The Bridesmaids definately had some fun !


The bride definately arrived in style and had time for some photos before the service began

Jessica was walked down the Isle by her father to a nervous Groom


Following the service Jessica and Chris made their way down the isle and into the confetti.


Time for some quiet time to reflect on the wedding service, have some photos while the guests enjoyed the champagne reception.


The castle provided so many different photos opportunities for the Bride and Groom


As a special treat Jessica and Chris were invited into the Grand Ballroom of the castle for some very private photos.


Once outside it was time for some fun shots......


Congratulations to Jessica and Chris

Charlotte and Leigh were married on 19th June in a stunning lake side venue.

The wedding ceremony took place on the outside terrace overlooking the water and had a lovely cool breeze passing through.


The views were stunning and the flowers matched the colour theme perfectly


The wedding service area looked beautiful


The wedding reception took place in a great room with glass windows all the way round so the guests could enjoy the stunning view out onto the lake.


The Bride and Groom decided to have 1 long table so all the guests could chat and enjoy the views which worked really well in the venue.


Leigh and the best man waited for the Bride to arrive, making time for a few pictures


The Bride Really did arrive in style, in her very own Golf Buggy !


Charlotte was accompanied by her Dad both in the Golf Buggy and then


Down the Isle to a very nervous Groom


The service was conducted in front of all the family and guests of both Charlotte and Leigh

The wedding was definatley sealed with a kiss, the longest kiss the bride I have ever been witness too !


Time to sign the certificate before joining the guests for some photos around the lake.


The guests made their way to the lake for the all important group shots followed by

The confetti throw !


The time to spend a few moments alone before the evenings entertainment and reception.

Charlotte and Leigh never stopped smiling all day......


Before riding off into the sunset.....or just to the flamenco show !

Time for the bride, Groom and guests to enjoy a flamenco show before dinner.

All the guests enjoyed the show while drinking champagne !


Finally the Bride and Groom showed them how to do it !


Congratulations Charlotte and Leigh from everyone at Lyndyloo
 Aidan & Siobhan from Dunmanway, Co. Cork were Married on 17th June
at the NEW Catholic Church in Torrevieja.

The stunning new church in Torrevieja was the Church chosen by Aiden and Siobhan to hold their wedding ceremony and is amazing and definatley one of a kind.


The new church really is outstanding and is a new focal point in the city of Torrevieja


The beautiful flowers and alter of the church made the perfect backdrop for the wedding.

Aiden and his groomsmen waited outside for the guests and Bride to arrive and had time for a few photos.


The Bride really did arrive in style in a classic American car......

The Flower girls and page boy arrived at the church looking adorable and ready to walk the long isle of the church

The Bride was walked down the isle by her Mum and looked amazing.


Once at the alter Aiden and Siobhan made their promises and vows to each other in front of all the family and friends

The lighting of the candles and blessing by the Priest.


Once outside it was time for some more photos of the New weds


A great photo of the bridesmaids and Groomsmen before leaving the church.

The time to travel to the wedding reception in an open top Rolls Royce

The entrance to the wedding reception amazed all the guests with such a great view. 

All the guests were then invited outside to have a champagne reception to await the arrival of the Bride and Groom


The Bride and Groom arrived back at the venue ready to join their guests for the wedding reception.


Over 150 Guests made their was to the wedding from Ireland to help celebrate the marriage of Aiden and Siobhan

Time to relax before the evening began

The entertainment started with a traditional flamenco show


With dancing and costume changes the guests really did enjoy the show


The Bride and Groom even entertained the watching Guests


With some of the guests enjoying it more than others.


And Finally the cutting of the cake before the


First dance of Mr & Mrs Mc Sweeny


Congratulations to Aiden & Siobhan from all at Lyndyloo

 Fionna & Danny Pictures from Drumconda were married on 12th June with many friends and family making the trip to Spain to enjoy the wedding celebrations.


The Church was decorated with many candles and fresh white Flowers

The Bridesmaids and Flower girl arrived at the church along with the bride and her father


Fionna was escorted to Church by her father and walked down the isle to an a waiting Danny to hold the Mass.



After the ceremony it was time for some family photos while all the guests enjoyed a champagne reception on the private terrace.


A shot with Both sets of parents and close family outside the church.


A few shots around the beautiful grounds of the venue before making their way inside for the meal.


Fionna and Danny decided to have a traditional Spanish WEDDING CAKE which was a surprise for all the guests.


Finally the cutting of the cake.


Thank you so much Louise for all of your help in organising our wedding!! We had an amazing day,

it was all that we could have dreamed of and exactly what we wanted.


All of our guests were totally in awe! You were so professional and had so many ideas for us. 

We couldn't recommend you highly enough - THANK YOU!! 


Danny and Fiona 

Clare gave us 1 week to plan and prepare for her big about last minute !
The wedding of Clare and Aimee 6th June was a day full of smiles, tears and lost keys !


The theme of the day today was pink and the cake was designed around this theme, to match the room decoration.


Aimee was joined at the venue by her witness and best woman, both awaiting the arrival of the Bride

Clare and her 3 Bridesmaids all arrived at the venue and looked every the pretty picture.


Clare and her Dad waited outside the church while the guests were waiting for her grand entrance.


The service was conducted and was an emotional service for both, and was conducted by our very own celebrant.

Time to sign the register and witness the ceremony by both fathers


At last !

Once outside the church there was time for a few photos with all the family and friends.


Clare and Aimee were joined by their parents and close family and friends for the special day.

Time to have a drink with the Celebrant.


Clare had some special time with her little sister.

And finally some time for the happy couple to have some photos together whilst having the odd glass of champagne.


And some fun moments !


Congratulations to Clare and Aimee from Louise & Team

5th June saw Mick & Caroline from Ireland getting married on another Spanish Sunny day.


Blue was the theme of the day with everything matching even down to the finer details of the personalised
napkins and wedding favours.


The theme continued into the church with the striking blue and ivory floral displays.


Caroline and Mick were joined by over 150 family and friends many who traveled from Ireland to be at the wedding.


Young and old the day was enjoyed by all.....and didn't end till the morning sun came up !


After the church service it was time for a few family photos before the fun began.


Friends even made a good luck banner for their happy couple and tied it to the trees to wish the bride and groom good luck on their special day.

The fun begins with a champagne fountain and the chocolate fountain, both were a hit with all the guests......


Some more than others !


Finally inside for the reception and evenings entertainment.


Sam and Deidre from Rathfarnham, Ireland were married beach side on June 4th,
the sun was shinning for the many guests that had made their way from Ireland.


The wedding took place on the beautiful terrace of the beach side hotel and was set full of colour
with the pink and white flowers


The Happy couple decided to have the wedding outside to enjoy the SPANISH SUNSHINE !
which definatly made an appearance on 4th June


The Groom and Groomsmen waited patiently for the guests to arrive before the wedding ceremony took place.


The Bride definatly arrived in style accompanied by her parents and joined by the 3 bridesmaids.


Deidre was walked down the isle by her very proud father in her stunning Lyndyloo Bridal Designed Gown.


The 3 bridesmaids looked stunning in pink as they watched on as Sam and Deidre made their vows and promises to each other.


Sam and Deidre decided to use the Sand Ceremony as a part of the wedding service which was the joining
of the 2 coloured sands to come together as 1.


The vows were taken and the promises were made in front of all the family and friends who made the journey to Spain.


Then walked back down the Isle as man and wife !


Then time for a few photos before a champagne reception 


A great wedding service and a great family !


Congratulations Sam & Deidre from all the staff at Lyndyloo

The sun was shinning on June 3rd for wedding day of Emma and Andrew, unlike earlier in the week which was unsettled because Emma's flight was cancelled and she became a little unsettled with Andrew already in Spain.

Emma had her very own ideas and colours for the wedding day and even designed a unique Table plan mounted on a mirror, the theme was continued throughout the whole day and was complemented by the beautiful Bridesmaids.


The Church was full of fresh flowers, which gave off a beautiful scent inside the church for the guests when they arrived by bus to the venue.


The boys waited patiently for the girls to arrive at the church, but did manage to have a quick glass of water before the service began ! OK they did not wait that long before checking out the bar !


Next to arrive was the Bride and the Bridesmaids, all looked stunning, but one last tidy up before going into church !

The Bridesmaids made their way into the Church and down the isle before .........


Emma was walked down the Isle by her father, who did have a few tears......


Once the service was over Emma and Andrew left the church as Man and be covered in petals and rice !


Once all the guests had come back out of the church into the warm summer sunshine, time to have a few photos before the guests were treated to a Champagne reception accompanied by a Spanish Guitarist.


Emma and Andrew made time to have some shots taken with the Rolls Royce


And even managed time for a glass of Champagne

Before going inside to enjoy a traditional Spanish Meal


After the meal had finished it was time to cut the cake.........and then eat it !


Our day was perfect, from the weather, the venue, the food and the flowers.  
The day went without a hitch, thanks to Louise and Irene, who were unflappable and calm throughout the entire event.  Nothing was too much trouble,
 including taking my second dress and hiding it away from the groom!!! 
We can't thank Louise enough, as she really made the day go smoothly and sorted each detail to perfection.  We loved every second,
enjoyed every moment and can't wait to see the fantastic pictures that Paul and Jola took throughout our special day. 
Thank you so much.
Thanks again,
See you soon,
Emma and Andrew x
Rebecca & Nigel were married on June 2nd and the theme of the day was pink, which made the venue look stunning.


There were many guests who had made the trip from Wales and enjoyed the hospitality and the sunshine of Spain.

The colours were carried over into the church which made the church look bright and full of the most amazing colour.


Once the Bridesmaids arrived at the church there was time to have a few photographs before going into the church for the service, all the girls looked amazing in pink and white and together with the Page boy looked stunning.


Rebecca was escorted by her proud Father to the church and walked down the isle, both with beaming smiles


Following the ceremony all the guests stayed for a group photo in front of the church before making there way to the private courtyard for Champagne and Canapes.


Then onto some quite time for the happy couple before they went to join the Champagne Reception


 With some time to spend and reflect on the ceremony that had just taken place and time to enjoy the Rolls Royce


Time to relax and have fun with the Girls !


And of course to throw the bouquet and have the confetti thrown over the happy couple !


And finally the cutting of the cake which looked too nice to cut


But Rebecca and Nigel made a good go of it with the traditional Spanish sword.

Nigel and I would like to take this opportunity to thank you so much for making our day so special. 
You were there, as promised, from the beginning of the plans right to the end of our day.
Everyone said how beautiful the wedding was, the venue and reception was so quaint.
Our guests had the best of both worlds with the disco inside and then my uncle with his guitar playing and singing outside!

Beautiful day, we are still grinning over it all and will be for a long time!

Thank you so much once again for binging it all together! (I saw you getting tearful over the speeches too!!! lol

Well this wedding was a great day after the original wedding date was cancelled due to the Ash cloud. When the day finally arrived it was enjoyed by everyone that attended.

Stine and Lee both Living in Norway decided Spain would be their chosen destination to get married.

The Stunning surroundings of the venue gave for some great comments from the guests coming from Norway and the UK.


The theme of the day was very much English Country Garden and vintage, which was carried throughout the flowers in the church with some great pews ends to the stunning floral arrangements on the tables.


The theme then carried onto the 3 tier cake and the fresh flowers placed on the top.


The traditional Norwegian cake also made an appearance and came all the way from Norway to make it to this special day.

Inside the church was filled with roses and displays to complement the theme of the day  


Stine was walked into the church by her father and greeted at the alter by Lee, and if it had not been for the ash cloud would have been there 4 weeks before !

And walked out with her new husband as having been legally married by the Norwegian Church could now start married life.


And it started with a kiss ! and another !


The Bridesmaids and Guests who made such a journey to be at this wedding and I know Stine and Lee would love to say thanks to each and everyone of them for making the effort to re arrange the plans and come out to Spain a month later than was expected.


Congratulations from all at Lyndyloo !

Dear Louise
We´d like to thank you for the amazing job you´ve done for our special day!

You´ve had an answer to all our questions and found solutions for all our requests. Even a volcanic ash cloud terrorizing Europe did not stop you, rearranging everything and within a few days we had a new date and could still have our spring wedding, though a month later...


The venue looked stunning on the day, great work on flowers, cake and decorating, bringing out our vintage-gold theme. Rain and thunder didn´t even bring us down, it just added to the atmosphere of the magical day J

Stine & Lee


Colin and Carol had a beautiful Service at the Private chapel and Restaurant which was enjoyed by family and friends.

The Theme of the day was gold and looked stunning from both the inside and the outside.


The wedding service bought several tears to the eyes of the guests with the stunning singing of the close friend of Colin and Carol


The church was also dresses in gold and stunning ivory lillys and roses and a matching cake bought all the way from the UK.


Carol was smiling throughout the day and looked stunning in her Lace Dress and matching jacket a beautiful dress. Walked down the isle by her friend Peter and then walked out the Church as the New Mr & Mrs.


Even time for a quick picture with the Rev. before the cocktail reception on the outside terrace.


And finally after drinking champagne and eating canapes the party retired inside for the wedding reception followed by a great meal and a great band in the evening....... I know Colin and Carol had a great day and all the guests are still taking about the great food.

"Colin and I would like to say a big thank you for all the help and support in organising the paperwork and arrangements for our weddings, both at the venue and Gibraltar. 
Our wedding day was fantastic and all of our guests have commented on the fabulous atmosphere, location and food.  It was so nice knowing that on the big day all I had to do was concentrate on myself and getting ready and not on worrying about any of the arrangements. 
Thank you Louise for helping to make our day memorable."
Thanks again for all your help.
Carol and Colin
So a Volcano eruption....stopped most of Europe but it did not stop the fantastic wedding of Damian and Tessa in Altea on an eventful weekend, but whilst the happy couple go on their honeymoon many of the guests are still here in Spain due to the flight restrictions.

The stunning beach side venue was a great location for the wedding of Tessa and Damian with a wedding service overlooking the beaches of Altea.

The wedding service was conducted outside the Spanish church overlooking the sea and beaches of Altea and decorated with Blue satin and beautiful Ivory Flowers.


Tessa was accompanied down the Isle by her stunning flower girl and 2 bridesmaids in Royal Blue.


The service was set under the trees with the sound of the ocean in the background.


Following the service the bride and groom spent some time to have some photos taken on the steps of the church and around the grounds of the hotel whilst the guests enjoyed champagne and canapes around the pool.


With some pictures of the happy couple around the pool.

And enjoying some quiet time together before the party started.


The Theme of the day being the beach, pebbles and the Blue sea which was carried over from the wedding service area to the reception room and of course the decorations.


The wedding cake was designed using actual pebbles collected by the Bride and Groom from Altea's beaches and then made into Chocolate and Orange Iced pebbles for each of the guests, topped off with Tessa, Damian and the pet dog on top of the cake.

And finally the cutting of the cake, Tessa and Damian had a great day and did keep a pebble cake for each of the guests not able to get to Spain because of the flight restrictions.

The second wedding of 2010 was a true international affair with many of the guests coming in from Canada.

The stunning gardens of the venue were the perfect setting for our international guests.


Purple was the colour of the day, with some beautiful vibrant flowers to decorate the church and the reception room.


The Bride only saw the venue for the first time the week of her wedding so it truly was a magical moment when she arrived at the church for her wedding.


The service was concluded and the guests had time to catch up as many had not seen each other for a while due to many being overseas.

Once inside the reception room the guests were given a traditional Spanish feast which finished off with some traditional wedding cake.

With some final photos before the guests enjoyed an evening full of dancing and fine wines.

And a chance for the 2 families to spend some time together.

Well 2010 started off with a very wet and windy day here on the Costa Blanca. But that did not dampen the spirits of Marie and Simon.
Marie is French and Simon English so a international start to 2010, many guests did not make the wedding due to the snow back home, but the guests that did make the journey had a great time.


The church was filled with Ivory flowers and candles ready for the service which was conducted in French and English.


The Colour of the day was Lilac and Purple and the room was decorated to follow the theme for the day.


The Bride and Bridesmaid arrived in Style in the Rolls Royce Silver Shadow, but don't mention the bride and the bridesmaid for got to bring the bouquets with them, so Lyndyloo had to improvise and become a floral designer to make a bouquet for the bride.


Once the service was over both Marie and Simon could relax and enjoy the evening with a mix of Spanish Tradition, French and English.


Once Inside the reception room after the celebrations in the church it was time for Champagne and lots of food and a free flowing bar all night.


Time to cut the cake with the Spanish Sword, the cake was made up of fruit, chocolate sponge and Jam sponge.

Because of the rain the guests were sat down inside the salon ready for the group photo......

Before the evenings entertainment started Simon and Marie had one last moment, but only for the camera's.

The evening ended with a flamenco show and the throwing of the bridal bouquet, Simon and Marie then jetted off to Sunny Mexico for the Honeymoon.