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Lyndyloo in Spain 2011 Highlights
With 2011 set to be a ground breaking year with the new legal civil weddings for both residents and non residents of Spain we have started a new highlights page for each year as the previous pages were over flowing with brides and grooms.

All the Testimonials have also been supplied by the Real Life Brides & Grooms of Lyndyloo.
If you would like to add any pictures to the page or a testimonial then please feel free to email pictures to


The last wedding of the year was of Peter and Heather from the UK.


The church was full of flowers and peacock feathers which gave a great show of colours in the church.


All of the stationary was hand made by our bride Heather, which gave a great personal touch to the wedding.


The wedding reception took place in the traditional Spanish restaurant with stone walls and beamed ceilings.


Heather arrived with her bridesmaids and had a few moments for photos before the ceremony, and all the ladies looked amazing in the shades of Green.


After walking up the church steps, time to catch a breath before walking down the isle to a waiting groom and guests for the wedding ceremony.

All of the guests made the most of the sunny November skies.


A few moments together before enjoying the amazing food.


Finally cutting the cake....a mini version of the chapel.

Congratulations to Heather & peter from us all at Lyndyloo.

A windy November day for the Wendy of Jesus from Spain and Dawn from Scotland and the Ex presidents house was the venue of Choice.

The ceremony was a traditional Spanish Civil ceremony with the ceremony conducted in both Spanish and English.


The Venue was private and intimate for Dawn and Jesus and full of history for both the ceremony and the reception meal.

The Bridesmaids and the Bride arrived at the venue and had some time for a few photos before the ceremony began.


Once inside the ceremony room a nervous Groom made sure he Said the vows in English for his new bride after the Spanish Civil code.


Once the ceremony was over it was time to venue outside to the champagne reception, although windy was still very warm, but the bubbles did not manage to stay around too long.


The Wedding cake was made to shown how fun the couple were with 2 weddings bears in the Air force uniform and Bridal dress.


A few family photos whilst enjoying the the amazing history of the venue, before getting redy for a traditional Spanish feast.


A wedding which was full of smiles and full of laughter........


Lyndyloo would like to congratulate Dawn and Jesus on their wedding.

The Wedding of Darren & Michelle took place on a nice hot sunny day down in La Manga.....with amazing food and views.


The Wedding ceremony was set up on the large outside terrace, so all the guests had amazing views right across the gardens and out to sea.


While Darren and his best man waited for the guests to arrive the Bride was busy getting ready and making her way to the venue.


Once the Bride and the Bridesmaids arrived, they had a few moments together before making their way to the ceremony area.


Michelle was walked down the Isle by her father and accompanied by her two bridesmaids.......


The ceremony was conducted by the Vicar and was a very special ceremony for both Darren and Michelle.


After the ceremony it was time for a champagne reception while the bride and groom explored the gardens for some photos.


The Gardens proved to be so much fun Darren and Michelle were happy to stay there for quite some time.


The venue has the most amazing gardens of which Darren and Michelle made the most of.


The guests were being entertained with free flowing champagne, wine and beer whilst being served a selection of Spanish Tapas.


Once the Photos had been taken, Michelle and Darren made their way back to the guests and enjoyed some champagne with them before cutting the cake and enjoying a sumptuous wedding meal.


Every little detail was thought out by Michelle and Darren even down to the matching cameras for the tables.


Congratulations to Darren and Michelle from us all here at Lyndyloo in Spain.


Tony and Chris, Residents here in Spain came to Lyndyloo after they had been let down by another wedding venue and decided to come to Lyndyloo with very little time left before their wedding day, but everything was great on the day.


Tony and Chris decided to hold their wedding at the beach side venue, so all their guests traveling from around the World, not only had a great wedding but had a great wedding week, which this venue proved to be.


The table flowers were designed especially for the Bride and Groom and used bright red flowers and candles.


The tables were set out in the reception room with fresh petals, crystals and of course the stunning red flowers.


The cake was made up of individual cup cakes with a top tier embellished with a large silver butterfly.


The registrar waited on for the Bride to be waked down the Isle and to start the ceremony for Tony and Chris.

Congratulations to Chris and Tony, a great wedding day over looking the sea.


8th October was the chosen day for Claire and Paul from Sallins, Co. Kildare again at the Spanish restaurant and Chapel.


Royal Blue was the colour of the day, Claire made sure everything matched right down to the crystals on the name place cards.


The flowers on the tables were made with electric blue lights inside, so in the evening they gave a great effect around the room.


The church was also filled with colour and flowers, which was all set an waiting for the guests to enjoy.


All the guests had come to the wedding from Ireland, the UK and had made the most of the Spanish Sunshine.


The Guests all started to arrive at the church and were greeted by the Groom and best man before taking their seats inside the church for the arrival of the Bridal party.


Claire was walked down the Isle by her Grandad and accompanied by her Bridesmaids to an awaiting groom.


Once the ceremony was over it was time for the Bride and Groom to enjoy some time in the gardens of the restaurant whilst having some family photos and time together.


The Bridesmaids were joined by the Bride and Groom to have some Photos and fun whilst the guests were having champagne and canapes.


Claire and Andrew found some time alone and wondered around the grounds to have some private time together before the party started.


The Rolls Royce and the Church made for some great backdrops to the photos for Claire and Andrew.

A few tender moments were shared by the Bride and Groom


Once the Photos had finished it was time to enjoy a traditional Spanish Wedding meal and make the most of the venue.


Claire decided upon a fun wedding cake with Taz Devil on the top of the cake, once the cake was cut it was shaped into a heart for all the guests to enjoy.

Congratulations to Claire and Andrew from us all here at Lyndyloo in Spain.


The Wedding of Aukje and Jon was a true World Wide wedding with guests from New Zealand, Holland the USA and many more. The wedding took place at a private Villa on the edge of the Lake and was an amazing fun filled day.

The guests arrived to the amazing villa and were treated to drinks on arrival while they waited for the ceremony to start.


The Wedding was to take place over looking the lake, with drinks around the pool followed by a feast for for a king and queen.

Jon and Aukje walked down the Isle together and broke with tradition....or should I say danced down the isle.


The registrar has traveled all the way from New Zealand to conduct the ceremony, which was a great service and was fun and designed especially for Jon and Aukje.


Once the ceremony was over, something I have never seen or heard before....the registrar pulled out some dark sunglasses along with the bridal party and they all started dancing......the start of the party.....Jon and Aukje then danced their way back down the Isle.


Once Aukje and Jon had finished their walk down the Isle, it was time for a few photos and then time for the first dance.


After the first dance the guests were treated to a hog roast and huge BBQ, whilst over looking the sunsets across the lake.


The party lasted well into the night and great fun was had by everyone their, it really was a fun day.

The cake was made by friends as a wedding gift for Jon and Aukje.......which went down well after the BBQ.


Finally the last surprise of the day for the guests was some traditional Spanish Flamenco dancing lessons, which really did get the party started.



A busy September saw the wedding of Mark and Sharon from the UK, they decided to have their civil ceremony at the private finca in the Countryside.

While the Groom was busy staying at the venue and getting ready the bride was making the most of her time before the ceremony.

The venue looked amazing in the bright pinks, which again in the amazing conservatory gave the prefect place for the wedding reception.


Every last detail was thought of by Sharon and Mark even down to the little Teddy bear favors for the children.

The flowers and candles looked stunning set out on each table, even more so in the evening.

The cake was a 3 tier cake with all handmade sugar flowers and was a mix of flavors so all the guests could choose what flavor they wanted.


Sharon arrived in the Rolls Royce Silver Shadow with her father and 2 bridesmaids

Time for a few moments and photos before the civil ceremony started.


Mark and Sharon had a traditional civil ceremony outside in the Finca gardens, overlooking the orange and lemon groves.

The Guests enjoyed both the ceremony and the personal messages from the Vicar and even had a few laughs along the way.

Once the ceremony was over, Mark and Sharon had some time together for some photos while the guests enjoyed free flowing champagne and Spanish Tapas.

The car was a focal point for some of the photos as Sharon got to ride in the car but Mark only got to look at it after the ceremony.

Inside the Finca Courtyard the girls had some fun around the fountain.

Shortly followed by the boys.

A great day in the September sunshine was had by all families and friends of Sharon and Mark.


The finca was amazing during the day and provided so many different opportunities for photos for the Bride & Groom.


Sharon wore a Trudy Lee designer gown, which was from Lyndyloo Bridal shop and looked amazing so much so Mark did not let his new wife out of his sight for too long.

Thanks for letting me be a part of your big day, and congratulations on your civil wedding here in Spain.



The private Finca Wedding of Mark and Emma, local residents from here in the Costa Blanca was attended by many family and friends from both Spain and the UK


The setting for the wedding reception was the amazing conservatory which is set in the gardens of the finca and surrounded by Orange and lemon trees.

The cake was 3 tiers and followed the pink colour scheme


The ceremony was set up in the gardens so the guests could spend the time not only enjoying the ceremony but making the most of the Views and Spanish Sunshine.


Emma and the girls decided to arrive in Style and decided to go for the big Limo, so making the most of the champagne on the way.


Emma's Gown was a Alfred Angelo dress fro Lyndyloo Bridal and the maids choose a stunning designer dress from the USA, again from our wedding shop here in la Zenia, the colours were amazing.


The ceremony was conducted in the gardens and was beautiful as Emma and Mark had the musicians playing for them during the ceremony.....

Congratulations to Emma and Mark from us here at Lyndyloo


A September Wedding for The civil Ceremony of Miriam and Sydney took place at the former Presidents house here on the Mar Menor.


It was a fun day for all involved in the ceremony with guests coming from all over Spain and the UK


The venue was amazing and had lots of history behind it and the guests were amazed by all the different rooms and places in the house.

After signing the certificate the guests enjoyed lots of Champagne before moving inside to a private upstairs room for the 6 course meal and lots of drinks


The day was as traditional as it could be with Spanish food, Wines and Champagne

A quick trip to the beach proved a hit with Miriam and Syd and made for some lovely photos


As well as the traditional Cup cakes Miriam and Syd decided to have a Spanish cake served as dessert and make an impression with the fireworks.

We were delighted with the wedding plans and our guests said it was the best wedding they had ever been to.

My outfit was lovely and everyone who has seen the pictures said I looked lovely, the groom was very impressed. The minister's service was perfect and should be recommended to anyone.

The wedding meal was wonderful, the layout of the private room we had was outstanding. Everyone that has seen the photos have commented on how unusual and very professional they were thanks to Natalie.

The venue of course was the most impressive and the service was excellent. One of the highlights of the day and kept a surprise by Louise was the Spanish Wedding cake, this has all give us outstanding memories of our perfect day.

Thank you for making our wedding day extra special.

Congratulations to you both from Louise and Team at Lyndyloo


The Wedding of Joanna and Thomas from Ireland and Now Spain was the next stop for Lyndyloo.....

The local Catholic church was the chosen place for the ceremony of Joanna and Thomas, which was attended by many friends and family from both Ireland and Spain.

The boys waited for the guests to arrive and made sure everyone was kept well entertained and escorted into the church, whilst waiting for the girls and Joanna to arrive.


The Bridesmaids arrived first closely followed by the Bride.


Joanna looked amazing in her wedding dress which was also supplied by Lyndyloo from the shop here in Spain, and everyone commented on how stunning Joanna and the dress were.

Once inside the church Joanna and Thomas decided to have the ceremony conducted in both Spanish and English, so the local Priest conducted the ceremony for them.


Time after the ceremony for a few family photos before heading off to the beach side venue for the wedding reception and party.


Back to the beach side Hotel for the wedding reception which was started off by a Champagne reception over looking the sea.....

The guests made the most of the the sunshine, sea and the views from the hotel terrace whilst drinking champagne


After all the fun in the sun it was time for the wedding reception to start, with bottles of Dom Perignon Champagne on each table as a surprise for the guests


The wedding reception was full of entertainment, champagne and lots of laughter....


The cake was a mass of different flavors, so there was something to suit all tastes.


Elegant classic flowers embellished the reception room and filled it with a great scent.


After a great meal and some great Speeches it was time for the First Dance.


Congratulations on your wedding from us all at Lyndyloo.


The amazing venue in Alicante was next on our list, the Bride and Groom and had their very own Private Vineyard and Boutique hotel for their wedding Ceremony and wedding week.



The wedding party had arranged to stop at the hotel along with their guests both before and after the wedding and made the most of the beautiful natural surroundings.


The hotel was filled with all their close family and friends and no other guests so the wedding was very personal for the bride and groom. 


The wedding ceremony was set up in the stunning gardens and had beautiful blue skies and the trees made the perfect setting for the ceremony.

The ceremony was full of natural beauty with pure white flowers and candles making the most of the surroundings as this provided the ideal decor.


The bride was escorted down the isle by her maid of honor and bridesmaids who laid petals along the way.


The ceremony was conducted in a personal way and the Bride and Groom had designed and worded many aspects of the ceremony so it was something special for them.


The sound of the string quartet played throughout the ceremony giving an even more romantic setting.


  Following the ceremony the Bride and Groom joined their guests for a champagne and canape reception which over looked the vineyards, fields, mountains and the infinity pool.......

Following the Champagne reception the wedding party were invited into the reception room, which was full of original features from the working vineyard....


Each table was named after a city in Spain and filled with candles and flowers

The beamed ceiling and the amazing lights finished off the most romantic venue.....


A great venue and a great day for both the Bride and Groom

The castle wedding of Michelle and Ryan was a great day, the venue, the setting and the weather were all perfect for Michelle and Ryan.


Michelle and Ryan decided to have the ceremony inside the Castle courtyard which was decorated in lemon bows and Ivory petals down the isle.....

The theme of the reception room and the wedding had some old fashioned values as Michelle and Ryan decided to have an old fashioned sweets table with scoops and bags for each guest to make their own pick'n' mix bags.


The cake was embellished with fresh lemon and ivory roses to match the bridal party flowers and each layer was a different flavor so each guest had something to chose from.


Michelle arrived with her father and 2 bridesmaids and had a few moments before the ceremony to have some photos taken outside the castle.


A short while later the bridesmaids walked down the isle first, followed by Michelle and her father to the waiting guests and of course the Groom.


The ceremony was conducted according to the requirements of Michelle and Ryan and everyone commented on how personal and true the ceremony was for Michelle and Ryan.


Some typical Spanish traditions of the rice and petal basket were the choice of confetti for Michelle and Ryan to provide for her guests.

Following the service the bridal party made there way to the front of the castle for some family photos,

And making use of the Rolls Royce.......for some photos.


Once the formal shots were done Michelle and Ryan joined their guests for a canape reception with huge amounts of drinks and Spanish tapas for all the guests.


The grounds of the castle were ideal for the photos of the bride and Groom on their wedding day.


Once guests had enjoyed the canapes and tapas it was time to go inside the castle for the wedding reception.


The reception room was dressed in Gold and Yellow.

Each table was named after one of the famous and exclusive restaurants that Michelle and Ryan have visited during their years together.


The room was ideal and definatly just what Michelle and Ryan wanted for their special day.


The Centre piece to the room was the most amazing light.....which filled the room with a glow all night long.

Michelle and Ryan cut the wedding cake with the Sword and made sure each guest enjoyed a piece of the wedding cake.


The first dance.......


A perfect end to a perfect day.


To Louise

I feel that by having you as a wedding planner who was based in Spain, it enabled me to get the contacts I needed for everything. Although I did find it frustrating at times that I couldn't be in Spain to personally oversea the wedding preparations, you kept me informed every step of the way.

 I came across Lyndyloo in Spain the day after Ryan proposed and as you were living on the same urbanisation as my parents at the time, We emailed you that day and you met with us before we returned to England and supplied us with all the information we needed to get married in Spain.

I feel that the strength of Louise and Lyndyloo in Spain lies in the fact that Louise gave us so many options enabling us to chose our photographer, flowers, cake, music etc. We love the fact that we got to chose every minor detail of our wedding and made the day our own.

Thanks so much. Michelle and Ryan

The beach front wedding of Karen and Alan was a great day, and even more so because they had been forced to change their venue with only 2 weeks to go before the wedding and came to us here at Lyndyloo for help to plan and prepare the wedding with just 2 weeks notice.


They decided to have their wedding at the stunning beach side restaurant and made the most of the Spanish September sunshine.

Many of the guests had come from all around the World for the wedding of Karen and Alan and even though we only had 2 weeks to make sure the day was perfect, everything was as Karen wanted and expected.


The wedding ceremony was set up so all the guests had stunning views out across the ocean and the area was covered in traditional Spanish flowers and lots of petals.

The Outside Patio was also set up for Karen and Alan to walk through to the reception along the red carpet.......with a little surprise for them.


The chairs for the ceremony had individual hand made bunches of Lillies which were all picked and chosen by Karen.


The theme of the lillies and romantic butterflies continued into the reception room, where there was an abundance of Silver bows, Lillies and Butterflies and top top it off some great candle centre pieces.


We set up a willow wishing tree for Karen and Alan so all the guests could write and hang a message for them.


The views from the reception room were amazing out onto the sea and past the willow bling tree which sparkled the night away.


Karen arrived for the wedding in a white stretch Limo along with all the bridesmaids who enjoyed the free flowing champagne along then way.


There was not a dry eye in the house during the ceremony, which was emotional for both the Bride and the Groom.


Every word and every moment will be treasured for ever by both Karen and Alan after the long journey they had gone through to get to their special day.


The cake had pride of place in the reception room which was chosen by Karen.

Every bit of detail was thought of, we even hung pearls from the willow wishing tree to match the cake.


After the ceremony the bride and Groom had a few moments together before walking the red carpet to be greeted by their guests.


They were greeted in the traditional Spanish way with Champagne and the cutting of the ribbon into the reception room, followed by the smashing of the champagne flutes.


And then the surprise of the day was the fire crackers which were set off once Karen and Alan had cut the ribbon.


After dinner Karen and Alan found a few moments to walk along the beach and have a few photographs taken before venturing back to the all night Disco.......


And to cut the cake.........


Thanks for letting us be a part of your big day, it was great to work with you even though we only had 2 weeks to plan your perfect day.


The Beach wedding of Toni & Micheal was another Hot day here on the Costa Blanca.

The theme of the day was bright colours and exotic looking flowers, this was captured on the Mar Menor beach for the wedding of Toni and Micheal.


The colours on the beach looked amazing with the blue sky and sea backdrop.


The Bride and the Bridesmaids arrived in Style in the amazing Rolls Royce....with air con ! on a Hot August day.

Toni was walked down the Isle by her father to Micheal who was waiting for her.


 The Ceremony raised a few smiles from all the guests and was a very memorable service for all........


Toni and Micheal made sure they took in every moment and every word of their special day........


After the ceremony it was time for a few photographs with all the guests and the bride and groom

All the guests were treated to Champagne and orange juice on the beach.


The Bridal party enjoyed time together before Toni and Micheal made their way along the prom towards the wedding reception.


A few moments together before making their way to the traditional Spanish tapas Bar in the sea.


The Guests were treated to lots of different Spanish Tapas....which kept coming and coming and coming.


The Wedding cake was made to match the Bridal bouquet and flowers of Toni....


A few moments together before being joined by all their guests.


After the cake was cut the Bride and Groom were treated to an amazing display of Flamenco dancing........


And even joined in before dancing the night away to the DJ.


Congratulations to Toni and Micheal from us here in Spain.

Hi Louise
We just wanted to email you so say the biggest thank you. We had the best day ever!
Having you as a wedding planner made the whole lead up to the wedding enjoyable and stress free.
The whole day was so organised. It was lovely being helped with what to do even more so on the day and the pair of us not having to worry about anything, as you were always there to hand.
Everything was absolutely perfect. So many of the guests commented on the beautiful flowers, the fantastic setting, the gorgeous cake, the fabulous (never ending) tapas and the flamenco dancers.
We have just viewed the photographs from the day and are so pleased with them. We will never tire of reliving our perfect day.
All our love
Toni & Michael xxx


Emma and Craig had the most amazing day, having worked with Emma on her wedding for such a long time it was great to finally see her and Craig get married.

The church was full of amazing White flowers, with a scattering of Black and white petals down the Isle.


The reception Rooms was decorated in crisp and clean black and white which looked amazing.


A lot of time was spent by Emma deciding what colour she wanted, but once she made her choice of Black and white she then went onto the details she wanted included on her wedding day.

Even the Top Table was set with fresh flowers and a scattering of Black crystals.

The black and white theme continued onto the cake, which even had a Mini Emma and Craig perched on the top.


The cake even had the Tartan kilt to match the Groom

The Groom was waiting for the Guests to arrive and tried to keep in the shade as much as possible as it was one of the hottest days of the year.

The Bridesmaids arrived first and waited for Emma to arrive......

Emma arrived in the Rolls Royce shortly after the Bridesmaids, and was soon up the steps to the church for the ceremony

Following the ceremony there was time for some family photos outside the church and then onto the Champagne reception.

And some photos around the grounds for Emma and Craig.

Finally the cutting of the cake.


The Catholic church wedding of Mark and Melissa took place on a beautiful Sunny August day here on the Costa Blanca.


The Church is a stunning typically Spanish Church situated over looking the sea at the end of a short walk from the main doors of the church......


Inside Mark and Melissa wanted to have the natural look with the flowers for the alter and bows and flowers for the pew you can see the church was beautiful enough.....

Melissa and the bridesmaids arrived in Style in the Limo......


Mark waited inside the church at the alter waiting for a glimpse of his Bride to be.......


The ceremony was conducted in English and many of the guests made readings throughout the ceremony.


Mark and Melissa spent many moments planning the wedding to perfection and made sure that every moment was accounted for during the ceremony.


The lighting of the candles and the first kiss as Mr & Mrs......2 special moments from the ceremony....


Once outside the church the Bride and Groom were showered in confetti and rice, before leaving in the Limo for the wedding reception.

Congratulations to mark and Melissa.......


The day of Kirsty and Colm was a day to remember, it started with the arrival of the Torrevieja Train coming to the venue to collect the Groom and the guests to take them the 15 minute journey to church.


The traditional Spanish church on the sea front was the destination for the Groom and the guests after waking the whole neighbour hood with the sound of the beeping horn all the way to the church


The Church was decorated with Ivory and Purple bows all hand made by the Mother of the Bride.


Colm and the boys waited outside the church for the trains to arrive with all the guests and had time to POSE for a few shots.


Once the guests and the groom were inside the church the Bride made her arrival along with the bridesmaids, all the local residents were cheering as the girls arrived.


  Kirsty was walked down the isle by her father, with Colm waiting at the front for his new bride.


Following the service the new Mr & Mrs C made there way out onto the church square......

Followed by all their guests........


Followed by the confetti and Rice.........


While the guests made there way back to the awaiting Champagne and strawberries reception the bridal party had some time for photos on the sea front.


It was a hot day on the Costa Blanca......and the gents really did do well........


A few special moments for Com and Kirsty while the guests were away on the train back to the reception.

Time for a quick.....kiss and rest of the feet.......before more photos.


The beach front had some great traditional towers and features to make the most off.

The new Mr & Mrs C board the train for the noisy journey back to the reception with the sound of the horn beeping all the way back......

Back to one of the most unusual venues we have here on the Costa Blanca.....our very own Steam boat.


Decorated throughout in Ivory and Purple


The cake took pride of place in the disco room and awaited the guests and of course the bride and groom.


The Top table over looked the stunning natural park and the sea.....what a great view.


Kirsty made sure each guest has an individually made cookie either in the shape of a heart for the ladies or a tuxedo for the men.


Upstairs saw even more stunning views and open air for the guests to enjoy the sea breeze.


The fountains outside the venue gave the guests something to look at and make a big adventure of the day.


Mr & Mrs C made sure that captured every moment of the day.......and explored the surrounding areas.

Fun, Fun and more fun................


A few last moments while the guests were treated to a full free bar all day and all night long.........


Kirsty and Colm were given a glass of champagne each before entering the reception room, and following on with Spanish traditions tossed the champagne glasses over their shoulders and smashed them on the floor for luck !!!!!!

A great venue and a great day.

Congratulations Mr & Mrs C......from all at Lyndyloo.


The wedding of Claire and Andrew was arranged as a surprise by the parents of Claire, for when she came out for a summer holiday with her family........


The beach was set up with exotic flowers which looked amazing set on the beach with the deep blue sea and the bright red flowers.


Claire was joined to walk down the isle by her father who had made all the plans on behalf of his daughter and had been a regular visitor to the Lyndyloo wedding planning shop.


The service was conducted by the Rev and was personal to Claire and Andrew who had meet them just a few days before.

Claire and Andrew were joined by close family an friends to celebrate their day which continued well into the evening.


Alison and Alistair from Derry in Northern Ireland made the trip with nearly 100 family and friends to have their wedding here in Spain.


Alison decided she wanted the church to be filled with ivory and cream flowers and local petals scattered down the isle, the church looked stunning with the great floral displays.


The petals were also incorporated into the reception room, along with some very simple but elegant ivory floral table centers.......


With a few little personal touches with the napkins and the unity candle.  

Alison arrived in style and was joined at the top of the church steps by her bridesmaids and Flower girls.


All the bridal party looked amazing with the flower girls scattering the petals down the isle inside the church.


Once the ceremony was over it was time for a few photos of the family and guests before moving onto the private terrace where the guests were treated to Spanish Tapas and free flowing champagne.


A few moments were captured by Alison and Alistair before re joining their guests to start the party


The cake topper was a statement of the day.......elegant and simple.


Hope you had a great day on your wedding and thanks for letting us be a part of it.....

Louise & Team at Lyndyloo


The wedding of Georgina and Kevin Took Place in Gibraltar,plenty of time was spent with us here at Lyndyloo in Spain making sure Georgina and Kevin had the perfect day. for local residents Georgina down Kevin to tie the knott down in Gibraltar


  Local residents Georgina and Kevin decided to tie the knot down in Gibraltarand so all the plans and paperwork were put in place for their perfect day.


Georgina designed her own dress with us here at Lyndyloo Bridal to make sure she had everything she wanted for her special day.

Every last detail was picked and decided upon be Georgina and was a perfect day.

Thanks for letting us here at Lyndyloo be a part of your day.

I had been painstakingly searching for a ´short style´ wedding dress and just couldn’t find one of a design that I had in mind.  


It was my new husband Kevin who initially popped into Lyndyloo down at La Zenia while passing by.  He had a chat with Louise and staff who were very helpful and suggested I too popped in for a visit.  I’m so glad I did….I found a dress, which with some re designing was exactly what I wanted.  


Louise personally took my measurements and 6 weeks later my dress arrived.  I required a few alterations on my first fitting which were done by Louise’s tailoress and in plenty of time for my wedding day. I was delighted with the result at my second fitting.  I even found my hair jewellery amongst the fabulous display of accessories at Lyndyloo.


Our wedding ceremony and reception were held in the Wisteria Gardens of the Rock Hotel in Gibraltar, where the staff were amazing.   We had such a beautiful day from beginning to end celebrating with family and friends.


A big thank you Louise for helping to make our wedding day special.

Georgina and Kevin xx


The First Legal Non Resident Civil Ceremony Took place here on the Costa Blanca in July, we have included a selection of photos from the wedding ceremony and the wedding reception.


Our couple wanted to keep the wedding as private as possible so we have just included a few shots of the venue they choose for the civil ceremony and then the wedding reception.


The venue for the civil ceremony was amazing, it was a hot July day and the guests were treated to a venue with history here in Spain and a traditional feel to it........


Following the civil ceremony the guests were treated to Spanish Tapas and Champagne on the private terrace of the former residence of the president of Spain.

Before waving the venue good bye and moving onto a new venue for the wedding reception.


The views from the outside terrace were amazing and awaited the arrival of the guests.


On arrival the guests again were greeted by a champagne reception on the terrace, before sitting down for a wedding meal.


The views over the golf course and out onto the sea were a perfect setting for the guests.


Congratulations on your wedding and the first legal non resident civil wedding here on the Costa Blanca.


The Amazing Benidorm roof top wedding ceremony of Linda and Micheal from Dublin.


Linda and Micheal decided to take advantage of a family holiday to Benidorm and celebrating their marriage at the same time.


And they place they choose was a stunning roof top terrace to hold the ceremony and reception.


Linda decided to walk through the old town to the venue with her Bridesmaid, so they could see the sights and make the most of the last few moments together before the wedding ceremony.


The ceremony took place in the BLAZING SPANISH sunshine on a hot July day......


All the close family and friends of Linda and Micheal joined them for the ceremony and celebrations.

The most amazing views over the ocean were the backdrop to the ceremony and had amazing pictures whilst they signed the certificate.


Time for a big group photo before enjoying a champagne reception, whilst Linda and Micheal went up into the Old Town for some time alone and some photos.


The photos were amazing and Micheal and Linda made sure they made the most of every moment together as it was going to be a very long night !!!!!


Lisa and Micheal partied well into the evening in Benidorm, but not before cutting the cake.

Congratulations to Linda and Micheal and thanks for letting us be a part of your big day.


The beach wedding of Anne and Clive was a hot day on the beach at the Mar Menor with a very Spanish Theme.


The beach was decorated in stunning red flowers with the blue back drop of the see behind.


The isle was laid with local Spanish fresh flower petals, collected by the Bridesmaids earlier in the day.

Anne waited on the paseo for all the guests to arrive, and had time for a few photos with the bridesmaids and ring bearer


The ceremony attracted a large crowd of Locals all joining in with the celebrations of Anne and Clive.


The service was conducted in English for all the guests to enjoy as many had come from overseas and with a little breeze made the setting perfect.


The Bridesmaids were dresses in Spanish Style Flamenco dresses to give an added Spanish Flavour


Once the ceremony was over and the marriage certificate was signed it was time for a few photos before going back to the Country club for a paella and BBQ reception.


Clive and Anne had a great day on the beach and celebrated their wedding in true Spanish style with all their family and friends and even the local residents came out in support.


The ceremony ended to a massive cheer and shouts of 'Viva la Novia" from the locals.

Congratulations to Anne and Clive from us all here at Lyndyloo.


The Catholic Church wedding of our stunning couple from Dublin was a perfect day and was everything they could have wished for.

he Catholic Church wedding of Verona and Martin from Dublin, took place in the local Village Church, on a typical Spanish Square.


The Flower Girls and Page boys waited outside the Church for the Bride to arrive with her father before entering the church for the wedding ceremony.

The ceremony was conducted in English so the whole wedding party could follow the service, each guest was involved in the ceremony in some way.


The church was filled with flowers and the family and friends of the bride and groom, before leaving the church and making their way to a stunning castle for the reception.


One of the most amazing wedding venues here on the Costa Blanca was the setting for the reception.


The reception room at the castle was decorated in purple with bows, candles and flowers and was waiting for the arrival of the bride and groom.

Everything was just perfect for the wedding and a perfect setting.......even as the sunset and the evening went on....

Congratulations from us all here at Lyndyloo.


The Wedding of Simon and Emma really seemed a long time coming as it was booked nearly 2 years in advance so they could have the date they wanted which was Emma's Birthday.

Emma and Simon were quite specific about the colours and style they wanted for their wedding and this showed with their choice of flowers, which were stunning and filled the church and the reception room with a beautiful scent.


The Purple them was followed through onto the tables, each table was named after a Spanish Town or City an each guest had an individual gift from Simon and Emma, as a thank you for coming to the wedding.


The church had the isle decorated with ivory and purple petals and Silver and purple pew ends to complement the flowers.


The ceremony was very personal for Emma and Simon and each guest had a smile on their face.


Emma looked radiant in her Wedding gown which was a stunning Bonny Bridal gown from us here at Lyndyloo Bridal...


Emma and Simon had a fantastic day and were such a fantastic family the staff here at Lyndyloo were lucky to have worked alongside them...


The Photos and time spent around the venue gave Emma and Simon a little time to reflect on the ceremony and the day before joining the party and the rest of the guests.


While the guests were enjoying a selection of Spanish tapas and Champagne, Simon and Emma spent some time alone for a few photos around the venue and some special moments together.


Each guest was treated to either a Jam Sponge or chocolate cupcake


Congratulations to Simon and Emma from all at Lyndyloo.

As regular visitors to the Costa Blanca, we fell in love with the idea of marrying in Spain but weren’t sure how to go about it.

Luckily for us we found Louise on the Internet and she and the Lyndyloo team made our dreams come true. From first contact Louise was efficient, professional and extremely helpful. What she doesn’t know about planning a wedding isn’t worth knowing!
With prompt email responses and thorough checking of the details we never felt that the distance between us in the UK and the planning in Spain was a problem. Louise even arranged for us to meet the Vicar, sample the cakes and go food tasting at the venue when we were in Spain a few months before the Wedding.

The day itself was all we hoped for and more, the venue and food were amazing and thanks have to be given to the staff that made every one of our friends & family feel special.

The flowers were beautiful and the cupcakes looked & tasted delicious.  All our guests loved the entertainment especially the flower girls who enjoyed trying to dance with the Flamenco Dancers. All our guests commented on how perfect the day was.

Louise took the stress out of our Wedding, her help and advice has been invaluable, nothing was too much trouble, we couldn’t have organised the Wedding without her.

We would recommend Lyndyloo’s services to anyone thinking of getting married in Spain, and can’t thank them enough for planning our special day.


Thank you for making our Wedding day perfect.


Emma & Simon xx


Wendy and Lionel from Birmingham in the UK was a special day for them both and shared by close family and friends.


Flowers played an important part of Wendy's day she had very specific ideas about the flowers and the colours and the style and wanted them to be stunning.....and they were they filled the church and were so different.....


Delicate pew ends and candles and petals down the isle gave the little church the most romantic setting for the day and for the guests to enjoy.


The reception rooms continued with the Purple them, with the bows, Butterfly place cards and table crystals, the reception room looked amazing and was exactly as Wendy had planned it.

The amazing views from the reception room over the country side topped the day for both the bride and groom and the guests to enjoy.


The cup cake was again something Wend had decided on, she not only wanted a top tier with flowers to match her bouquet but wanted each guest to have an individual cup cake as well.


The Bridesmaid and Flower Girl waited for Wendy to arrive in the Rolls Royce and found time for a few photos before joining the bride.


The guests all arrived in an American stretch Limo and Wendy arrived in the Rolls Royce and was joined by the bridesmaids before going into church.


The wedding service was very personal to both Wendy and Lionel and was enjoyed by all the guests.

After the ceremony the guests enjoyed a Champagne reception and canapes outside the church after the compulsory Confetti .......

A few moments together and some photos before moving inside the reception room for the wedding meal.......


The first dance was done outside on the terrace with the most amazing Spanish band playing for them, the night was still young and enjoyed but all the guests before leaving in the American Limo again......opps Wendy what happened to the cake !


We definitely needed a Wedding Planner to help us organise our wedding living in the UK.  I came across Lyndyloo by off chance, but having met Louise and the team I knew I’d made the right choice asking them to help me.  

Really helpful and organised, and fun!! We checked, double checked and triple checked everything was right, and it was!!

They were easily contactable and nothing was too much trouble.  They did a marvelous job, and I knew they would.  Everything was perfect and I can’t thank them enough.  I would definitely recommend their services to anyone considering marrying in Spain.       


   Sonia and Peder from Dublin, 24th June 2011....... was the hottest wedding of the year !

The amazing beach side venue was the setting for the fabulous wedding of Sonia and Peder, with the most amazing views across the ocean for all the guests to enjoy.


Many guests had traveled from around the World from America and Bangladesh, so it really was a international wedding attended by many family and friends.


The setting was ideal for a Spanish Wedding and the colour scheme of Purple and baby blue looked great in the Spanish Sunshine.


Even the table plan for the day was elegant to match the style of the day....

The wedding ceremony was just the start of a perfect day for Sonia and Peder, a great day for a great couple.


The venue looked amazing and even the candles down the isle matched in with the rustic and purple colours.


The Bridesmaids arrived with the brides Mum and looked great in the Purple dresses....closely followed by Sonia and Her dad, who walked her down the isle.


The walk down the isle to the waiting groom was perfect as all the guests looked on at a beautiful Bride.


The ceremony was very personal and designed by Sonia and Peder so that it was a personal day for them to remember.


After signing the certificate it was time to walk back down the isle to enjoy and Champagne reception overlooking the sea.


The reception ws also to take place outside over looking the sea, but with some shade above so all the guests had the sea breeze and an amazing view all day and night.

Every little detail was taken care of in the reception room down to the bows on the chairs to the table crystals on each and every table.

A stunning venue, which was amazing and each guest commented on the venue.


Sonia and Peder even managed a few photos before wondering off for some private photos down on the beach and sea front.


Once back from the beach Sonia and Peder entered the reception area the traditional Spanish way but cutting the ribbon, drinking champagne and then tossing the Champagne glasses over their shoulder to smash on the floor with fireworks going off in the back ground.


 A great way to be introduced to your waiting guests.


Finally the Wedding cake, which was a great cake in different flavors on each tier so there was a flavor for everyone.


Congratulations to Sonia and Peder

The wedding of Kine and Ståle from Norway.


The wedding ceremony took place in the Norwegian Church in Torrevieja and was bright and modern and best of all had great air conditioning for all the Guests


Kine arrived in style to the church with her father in the traditional Rolls Royce


Although the ceremony was conducted fully in Norwegian it was beautiful.......and had some amazing moments

All the the guests enjoyed some time for photos after the ceremony in the gardens before joining the Priest for tea, coffee and cake in the church.


Back at the reception the cake was decorated with all fresh flowers and looked stunning.

The rooms was decorated with lots of flowers, candles and vases to bring a lot of natural life into the reception room for all the guests.


Time for a champagne reception over looking the beach and the sea for all the guests, each guest was amazed by the views and the free flowing drinks, something not normally done in Norway.


Once inside a moment to the cake before enjoying a 5 course feast........

Hi Louise,

We stopped by your store a couple of times,but missed you every time.

We would like to thank you for a wonderful day. It was truly
fantastic, and all our family loved it too.
Give our thanks to everyone that helped. From the driver, to the staff
at the hotel. We couldn't asked for better service, they were so
helpful. The day was perfect!

Thank you!

Best regards,
Kine & Ståle
The lake side wedding of Francis and Richard was an amazing day, the setting was out of this World and so was the heat !

The wedding ceremony was set up on the edge of the most beautiful lake here in the Costa Blanca, the lake changes colour throughout the day......with over 100 guests from all around the Word it was a stunning setting and perfect for the wedding of Francis and Richard.


The gold chairs were set up so all the guests could make the most of the views across the lake with the floral arch being the centre point for the ceremony.


The Bridesmaids all looked stunning in the individual dresses, each in the same colour but different design.


Francis was walked down the isle by her father and looked a million dollars !


Both Francis and Richard were over come with emotion during the ceremony and of course the blazing was a personal service arranged alongside the Minister to make it just perfect for them.


Once the ceremony was over Francis and Richard walked back down the isle as man and wife, to the cheers of all the guests.

Just an amazing setting and view for all the guests to enjoy both during the ceremony and dinner.


The edge of the lake was again the setting for the wedding reception, with a typically Spanish menu of tapas, paella and not forgetting the BBQ.

Time for a few photos to capture those moments........


Each detail was thought of by Francis as she made sure each guest had an individual napkin made up by herself.


White Francis and Richard were having photos the guests started the party by dancing the day away around the poolside.


One of the amazing view across the lake from the villa.

After the meal Francis and Richard cut the big chocolate cake, which was only the first as they also had a cup cake cake so that there was something for all the guests.


Ok dinner was over so time to hit the pool........pool party !!!!!

The guests were watched on by Francis and Richard from the balcony while dancing the night away to a great Spanish Band......who by the end of the set had everyone doing Thriller in the Pool.


An amazing picture to end an amazing day........


The wedding of Joanne and Pitor was a fantastic day in our NEW venue.......exclusive to us here at Lyndyloo


The wedding ceremony took place in the Spanish Finca welcoming room, with its traditional beamed ceiling and amazing lights, it was the perfect setting for the fairytale wedding Joanne had always dreamed of.


The table colours and designs looked stunning around the private gardens and pool are and were ideal for this venue and all chosen by Joanne


The wedding reception was to be set up around the pool area, with the cocktail reception in the gardens.


Every Little detail was though of, even down to the butterfly place cards for each guest along with either a D&G Perfume or aftershave for each guest.


The cake was amazing and following on with the same colour scheme and the individual cakes wrapped in butterfly cases.

The girls all got ready in the private apartment at the Finca, so had all day to get ready and prepare for the big day.

The Bridesmaids even had time in the gardens before the weddings for some photos.


The 2 little flower girls were so glad of the space to run around before the wedding.

The Grooms family had traveled from Poland to be at the Wedding and had never been to such a fantastic setting and although not speaking English or Spanish had a Great day.


Joanne was joined by her father before walking into the wedding service and walking down the isle.


Before long the ceremony was over and the Bride and Groom walked down the isle and back through the wooden gates and into the Finca Gardens for the Cocktail reception.


Once inside the gardens the guests were amazed by how big but very private and secluded it was and enjoyed free flowing champagne.


The guests were given a treat and the free bar even included a selection of cocktails which kept the party in full swing all night.


All the guests made the most of the free flowing drinks, the gardens and most of all the most amazing atmosphere.


Time for a few family shots and shots of the bridal party in the gardens before dinner was served.

And some fun shots with the Bride and the Boys


The girls had more fun than anyone with all the exploring in the gardens.


Joanne looked stunning and really was a Princess Bride.


Once the cake was cut the cup cakes were arranged into a huge heart by the bridesmaids.

We would like to thank all of the staff at Lyndyloo for making our day so special,

From driving my Nan to the coach pick up on the wedding day to tying the chair bows
(thanks Irene) and adding all the finishing touches it was just perfect.

The tables and venue were stunning, all the staff at the Finca were wonderful,
they were all so friendly and welcoming. The food was amazing, the cake was beautiful and
the flowers were outstanding,

The ceremony was great the vicar added a few words about the both of us that he had asked
us about each other the day before,and put it all together he made it really special.

The Photographer Keith was brilliant and patient with the whole party including our little
flower girls Evie and Emma, we are awaiting the pictures can't wait to c them.

Every one enjoyed the free bar and cocktails went down a treat.

The dJ was excellent played a range of music every one was up dancing!all night!!

Thanks to Louise for turning our wedding around after having to change venues 6 weeks
before, You really done us proud. Thanks for finding us this wonderful secret finca,
we had so many people saying it's the best wedding they had ever been to.

It meant the world to us to c how every one enjoyed themself so much, Pitotr's
parents said it was like a wedding you see at the movies,
like a fairy tail and that day I really did feel like a princess,

So thanks to you all at Lyndyloo and all at the the Finca, for making our day turn
into a real fairy tail happy ending!:)

xxxx Joanne and Piotr.


Wendy and Stuart had been battling the Spanish system for nearly 2 years in order to get married here in Spain and today with the help of us here at Lyndyloo they managed to make their dream to be married come true.


They choose a private venue for the wedding service which was attended by close family an friends and took place in the gardens surrounded by Orange and Lemon groves.

The setting was intimate and very romantic, just what Wendy and Stuart had wished for after only a few months working with us here at Lyndyloo we managed to get their paperwork passed and approved for a civil ceremony.


Stuart waited outside in the gardens whilst Wendy waited inside with her daughter and Father to walk down the isle.


The service was very personal to Wendy and Stuart and told the story of how they first meet.


Congratulations to Wendy and Stuart


The wedding of Charlene and Darrel was celebrated in the little Spanish Chapel in the Countryside.


Each individual wedding favor was a hand made flower for the ladies and a great keep sake from the wedding day, each tiny detail was thought out by Charlene.


The church was full of baby pink flowers, bows and candles the scent inside was beautiful.


The wedding cake was also chosen by Charlene and created to her exact requirements


The men waited for the bride to arrive looking dapper in the Grey suits.


The Bride arrived in Style in the Rolls Royce.


Charlene was joined by her bridesmaids and her father to get ready to walk down the Isle.


Once outside the church Charlene and Darrel were showed with rice and petals......  

All the guests made time for a quick photo before being served champagne and canapes on the private terrace.


A few tender moments with the happy couple


A great day was had by all the guests so congratulations to Charlene and Darrel.
The Traditional Spanish Wedding of John and Charlotte was another special day with guests from all over the World.

The setting for the wedding reception of Charlotte and John was a traditional Spanish Ampitheatre, which was full of Spanish Tradition yet with a modern twist.


The venue was set on the hillside over looking the sea and had the most amazing views


Traditional Spanish Wedding, the day was amazing.


The Wedding took place in the local Spanish Village where members of the family had lived all their lives, so choosing the church was very special to Charlotte and John.


Charlotte was soon the join the bridesmaids with her father before taking the short walk down the Isle.


Once the ceremony was over the Bride and Groom were treated to the music of a local traditional Spanish band in the streets of the village and danced to the sound of the music, before leaving for the reception.


The Bride and Groom were showered with petals and rice.


Many of the guests had traveled from all around the World to attend the wedding of Charlotte and John and I can say were amazed by the Wedding and all the extra little Spanish traditions along the way.


Once back from the church the guests were treated to some more traditional Spanish food and Tapas along with paella and more dancing and Music on the Terrace before the reception.


Congratulations to Charlotte and John............and thanks for letting us be a part of your special day.

The Wedding of Katy and Antony took place in the Countryside chapel here in Spain, with many guests all traveling from the UK to be at the wedding.


The stunning colours of bright pink and orange filled the church for the wedding of katy and Antony, with a bright sunny day along side bright vibrant colours.


The Isle was scattered with petals and the chairs tied with orange bows to match alongside the amazing flowers.


Even the reception room was filled with bright bold colours.


The Bride arrived with her father, daughter and Bridesmaid and had time for a few moment before walking the steps to the chapel.  Katy wore a stunning Lyndyloo Bridal wedding dress, which Katy designed herself.

Following the ceremony Katy and Antony spent a short time having some pictures around the beautiful grounds of the venue while their guests enjoyed a selection of Spanish Tapas and Champagne on the private terrace.


The Rolls Royce was ideal for a few romantic photos of the newly weds.


A few kisses and snaps later Katy and Antony made their way to join the guests and enjoy a glass of champagne or two....


Even the wedding cake was hand picked by Katy so it matched perfectly with her colour scheme, reception room and bridesmaids.

Congratulations to Katy and Antony.

The wedding of Colin and Cheryl from Scotland was another beautiful sunny day here in Spain, with lots of guests making the journey for the wedding and celebrations.


The church was filled with lillies and roses and the scent when you walked inside the chapel was amazing and all the guests commented on the scent. 


The dancing bride and groom took price of place on top of the wedding cake

Colin made time for a few pictures inside the church before the church service.


The Scottish Piper made sure he was their to great all the guests and then waited for the Bride to play her down the isle.

Cheryl and her father had a few moments together before joining the bridesmaids at the top of the church steps

The bridal party looked stunning in the deep purple dresses, which shimmered in the Spanish sun.

Colin and Cheryl enjoyed a few glasses of Champagne following the ceremony

All the guests were full of the joys along with the free flowing champagne


Time to reflect for Cheryl with the 2 men in her life.


Congratulations to Colin and Cheryl

After deciding to have our wedding in Spain we set about finding a wedding organiser that could help make our day come true, Louise and her team certainly did that.

Before heading out to Spain to meet Louise she had a full itinirey of venues set up for us to visit and the selection she showed us certainly offered everything we were looking for, but the traditional look of the venue we choose beat everywhere else and won our hearts.

Arranging the day from home in Scotland was made all that easier by the fact Louise was there to answer all our queries and organise our every want. The strain you hear folk go through arranging their special day was taken away by the team at LyndyLoo.

All the people they used from the photographer to the Piper were fantastic. It was clear that Louise and her team work well with the venue, and a special word should go to the team at the venue. They were fantastic and couldn't have been any nicer with real 5 star service provided all day.

On the day Louise's team were fantastic, especially her exceptional assistant who kept us both calm, reassuring us all the way and spotting and dealing with every little detail. Our guests haven't stopped talking about the venue, the food, the live band and how good the day was.

We still can't believe what value for money we got for such a beautiful venue and professional team. A big thank you to all at LyndyLoo and the venue.
All the best
Cheryl & Colin X


The wedding of Darren and Rachel from Dublin......was a grand day for all the hundreds of guests from all around the World.

The venue was decorated in a vast colour of greens to mix in with the venues stunning natural scenery, with the use of pebbles and candles for the tables.


The church was full of flowers, bows and the most beautiful music was played by on the Piano and Violin for the waiting guests.


Once the guests were all seated inside the chapel, it was time for the bride and all her bridesmaids and flowers girls to arrive.....


The music of the Piano and Violin filled the chapel was  for Rachel to walk down the Isle with her father.


Rachel and Darren had personal candles to light during the ceremony which was enjoyed by all the guests.


Once outside the church Rachel and Dareen had some time to have some photos taken of all their family and Friends who had been able to make the journey over to Spain with them.


The Photos after the church service focused around the family and friends of Rachel and Darren, so not to miss any of those special moments.

Even time for a little time alone before going into the reception room and a whole day and night of a Free Bar....

The cake was even modeled on the Chapel they were married in.


But did not take them long to cut it and share it with all the guests.


Finally time to throw the bouquet ........

We found Lyndyloo online and when we met Louise in her wedding shop in la Zenia we found her really friendly and helpful. She brought us to some great locations and finally we both chose the same one immediately as we thought the venue looked amazing.

When we arrived on our wedding day we were overwhelmed by everything from the scenery, decorations, and service by both staff at Lyndyloo and the venue.

We cannot believe how smooth the day went everything seemed to move so seamlessly I can only imagine the hard work Louise and her staff put into the day. They made our Wedding exactly how we imagined it.

All our guests raved about the wedding reception and commented on how friendly all the staff were, how good the photographers were and how helpful Lyndyloo were throughout the whole day. We felt from the moment we hired Louise that she gave us great advice on food, music & entertainment and will recommend her services to friends and family.We cannot thank Lyndyloo enough for making our day one to remember.

Thanks again 
Rachel & Darren Taylor :0)       

The Wedding of Shaneen & Adam and our Exclusive Villa was an amazing day, the sun was out and the guests were definitely ready to Party here in Spain.

Lyndyloo's Exclusive Lake side villa was the venue for the wedding of Shaneen and Adam, but first they decided to get married in the local Chapel and so keep the Villa a surprise for their awaiting guests.


The chapel was decorated in lilac and ivory flowers to match the purple theme for the day.


The Bridesmaids were first to arrive following by the bride and made time to have a few photos taken before the ceremony.

The Bridal party all ready to walk down the isle.......


The ceremony was very personal to both Shaneen and Adam as they decided to write their own vows to each other.

The happy couple were greeted to a shower of petals, rice and confetti.


Once the ceremony and photos had been taken it was time to make our way back to the villa and the most amazing set up and views across the lake.


The purple theme was continued at the villa with some well designed table arrangements, even down to the very little detail, each guest had their very own diamond place setting with their photo inside.

The views out onto the lake were amazing and the colour of the lake changed throughout the day and into the evening.

The guests even had a great view of the sun setting over the mountains and into the lake.....

The guests were treated to the most amazing BBQ and Paella and were well fed and watered with free following Champagne and Sangria.

Time to cur the cake to be served with tea and coffee or even MORE sangria !!!!

As the party went into the evening so did the sun set.


A great end to a perfect day.......

To Louise and her team,

We would just like to thank all Lyndyloo staff for their hard work and help in planning our wedding. A special thanks to you for last minute taxing family back to Villa and for Irene's last minute table arrangements and smiles. 

The hair and make up team were great fun and done a fabulous job. The Food was gorgeous with lots of variety for everyone. The Vicar was excellent and was very comical but in a professional manor and we could have not asked for anyone better to conduct our ceremony on our special day. 

The Villa was wonderful and the most stunning reception venue ever and really put the icing on the cake, with beautiful views over the lake and a perfect sunset to end our perfect day and allowing us to party the night away.

All the guest who attend said it was the best and most fun wedding they had ever been too. 

We had the most amazing day and it was better than we could ever imagined and if we had to do it all again (wish we could) we would not change a thing. 

From the start to finish our wedding went perfect. 

Thank you all ever so much! 

Shaneen and Adam x


An amazing sunny day for the wedding of Susan and Gareth from Los Altos, Spain.

Black and white was the theme of the day, very crisp and clean colours. With everything from the flowers, the cake, the guests and the reception room.


The room was filled with petals and candles and the black and white theme.


Top table fit for a Princess !!!!

The boys waited, and waited and waited......for an hour as the Bride was late, she was on Spanish time !

The bridesmaids did arrive, almost on time after leaving after the bride !!!!! and again waited and waited !!!!!


For Susan to arrive and when she did she looked amazing in a gown created by Lyndyloo Bridal which carried on with the black and white theme.

Just enough time for a quick photo before the wedding service starts !

Showed with petals and confetti before having a champagne and canape reception.


Time for a few photos in the sunshine and the private gardens.


Before entering the reception room and seeing their wedding cake for the first time.


Susan and Gareth had a great day and night.......


The Easter weekend was the chosen date for the Wedding of Carly and Craig from Milan, coming across to Spain to meet with all their family and friends from Scotland and the UK.


The venue was decorated in deep reds and wine colour to match with the dress of the bride.....

The room was set alight with the natural light shinning through the windows and ready for the guests to arrive.


The church again followed the red theme with some stunning deep red roses for both the alter and the 2 pedestals either side of the alter.


The cake was designed by the bride in that she had their initials imprinted at the top of the cake and had fresh roses to match with her bouquet cascading down the side of the cake.


The Groom and 2 best men waited for the guests to arrive and even had time to manage a few photographs before the bride arrived shortly afterwards


The bride wore a stunning gown from Lyndyloo Bridal which was complemented by a hand made tiara in matching colours.....


After the ceremony the guests were treated to a canape and champagne reception under the trees in the Spanish Countryside.

Then time to enjoy a few moments together before joining in with the party


The Bride and Gro
om wh ere then treated to the traditional Spanish Musicians as arranged by us here at Lyndyloo for them as a little surprise......the boys were definatly enjoyed by the ladies in the party

And the Bride even managed a little dance !


Congratulations to Carly and Craig !

We both just wanted to say a HUGE thank you to the Lyndyloo  team and  in particular Louise, for making our wedding day even better than we could have ever imagined.

Louise did everything she could to make our day special and she had some great ideas and helped us to keep our costs down as much as possible.

The venue was the perfect destination for us as it is set in the most beautiful place with fantastic scenery, the food was amazing and the staff there are very friendly and attentive to every guest.
Louise helped us to find the perfect location, the perfect dress from her shop and the perfect cake on top of everything else. We could not have wished for anything more, but im sure if we did Louise would have made it come true.

 We would recommend Lyndyloo to anyone thinking of having their special day in Spain.
once again thank you so much for everything you did Louise.

Love from MR & MRS REILLY X
p.s if you want any tips on what to do and where to go when you are visiting Milan just drop us an email and we'll see if we can return the favour and help you. lol


The Catholic wedding of Shirley and Gerard in Benidorm on a fine April day. A great day, in fact a whole week of fun for all the guests.

The church was only a short walk from the hotel and wedding reception so all the guests made their way into the center of Benidorm for the church service.

After getting to the church on time.........who had the rings ?


Shirley arrived in style in the stunning white stretch limo with her father to the awaiting bridesmaids.

Once inside the church the the Catholic Mass was conducted in English with each and everyone making the most of such a beautiful wedding ceremony.

After the ceremony time for the bridal party to have a quick photo before leaving to go back to the champagne reception at the hotel.

Shirley and Gerard had time for a moment together going back through Benidorm in the Limo

The Awaiting guests were treated to an array of canapes, endless tapas and free flowing champagne......what more could one ask for ?

The reception room was fully decorated in Bright pinks and amazing Spanish flowers, to co-ordinate with the bridesmaids.


The reception room was amazing, the room was filled with flowers and looked stunning.


The lights were dimmed for the bride and groom so they could see how great the room had been prepared for them.


The Bride and Groom were meet from church and walked into the reception by a traditional Piper......although it was siesta time.....but not for long !

Time for a few family pictures, before enjoying the cocktail reception.


And a little fun !

Then time for the reception and a long evening of dancing and partying

Finally the cake, which was made in Jam Sponge, lemon sponge and chocolate cake, a flavour for all tastes !



April 6th Saw the wedding of Mairi-Claire and Simon, again at the little chapel in the Countryside.


The flowers filled the church with the most beautiful Aroma and greeted the guests with  an array of bloom.

The tables were laid to make the most of the Spanish surroundings. To incorporate the natural surroundings and decor.


Simon waited patiently for his Bride to arrive !!!!

The Bride arrived in Style with her father and was eager to get into church to start the wedding service.

Helped up the steps by her bridesmaids, was all part of the wedding day.


Following the very emotional service the bride and groom exited the church to the cheering guests and confetti.

Sealed with a Kiss !


Joined by some special Girls !

Time for a break from the shoes and for Simon to start married life !

Time to enjoy a few moments together before the reception, and while the guests were enjoying flowing Champagne


A minute to enjoy the beautiful surroundings

When we decided to get married we were keen to do something different and were given the idea of a Spanish wedding by some work colleagues. After finding Louise via the internet and first making contact, she has been fantastic. Simon and I run a pub which means long hours and very little time off and I honestly do not think we would have ever managed to organise a wedding if it hadn't been for Louise !!!

During our previous visits to Spain she always made sure she had time to listen to our requests and worries and drive us around to organise details such as florists. The run up to the wedding was smooth and worry and stress free with any email enquiries being answered promptly by Louise, even when she was on a family holiday, and I was confident that everything was being taken care of by Louise and her fab team.

On the day of the wedding, I honestly could not have asked for anymore. The entire day ran smoothly, the sun was shining, the food was fantastic and the staff at the venue were helpful and attentive.

Louise and Irene had the church and reception room looking fantastic. Everyone of our guests thanks us for deciding to get married abroad and no-one could believe how beautiful and fantastic the setting was ! Many commented that it was the best wedding they had been to.

The DJ was excellent and played through a selection of songs chosen by us and our guests, ensuring everyone had something to dance the night away to ! A thoroughly fabulous unforgettable day !

On reflection I would not have changed a single thing about my wedding day and I have Louise and the team at Lyndyloo to thank for that. Hard work and commitment obviously goes into each and every weddings organised by them.

Thanks again Louise, you gave us a day that neither of us ( or most of our guests !!! ) will never ever forget.

Mairi-Claire and Simon Lumsden - April 6th 2011


The first wedding of the year saw an early Start on March 19th, Spanish Fathers day. So the team at Lyndyloo were on hand to start the long year of weddings ahead.

The wedding of Emma and Steve was a great day with the Spanish sun shinning down on the stunning countryside chapel and restaurant.


Emma Looked stunning in her wedding dress and had a great time preparing for her wedding.

Time for reflection before the wedding service starts.

Whilst Emma was getting ready, the Lyndyloo team were busy preparing the venue for the reception and the church for the wedding service. The flowers were laid in the church were Ivory and pale blues.

With the reception room and accessories following the same colours.

The Groom was waiting for his bride to come to the church and made the most of the time before the service started.

Emma and her Mum arrived in style in the amazing Rolls Royce Silver Shadow.

Emma was joined in the car by her Mum and daughter.

The once the few photos were taken it was time for the wedding service.

The flower girl made her Mum and Dad proud !


Following the wedding service it was time for a few photos of the bridal party, before leaving the bride and groom to have some special moments before joining the party.

The chapel was a great place to have the ceremony and an even better place for such beautiful pictures.

Before joining the guests for a champagne and canape reception on the private terrace.

Making a grand entrance with a glass of champagne each.

Then following the most amazing meal the new Mr & Mrs cut the cake the traditional way with the sword !

Then onto the first dance.

Selected Photos supplied by Paul Schillinings.

I Just wanted to say a HUGE thank you on behalf of Steve and I for making our wedding day so special !

From the minute we visited the chapel we knew it was going to e special, but we could never have dreamt that it would be as wonderful as it was !

We had an absolutely amazing day and all of our friends and family have commented saying it was the BEST wedding they had ever been to !!

We honestly couldn't have asked for anymore and were made to feel so special from the time we booked with you (even more so on the day itself). It wasn't until I was sorting our blessing for back in the UK that I realised just ow much stress had been taken away from us by booking with Lyndyloo.

Thanks again for all your help and support over the last 12 months ! we will remember that day for the rest of our lives, and your excellent service just added to that :-)

Emma XX


All photos on this page have either been supplied by Lyndyloo Staff, the couple or the photographer used on the day of the wedding.