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Lyndyloo Highlights 2012

With 2012 proving to be a popular year for weddings here on the Costa Blanca, come back and Visit us as we have lots more weddings coming soon.


Next a Wedding for for a Princess......

The wedding of Lisa and Roger was definatley a wedding fit for a Princess, not only did they keep the guests guessing where the wedding was to take place, they even took them to a different venue before for pre wedding drinks.

The Wedding ceremony took place in the inside Courtyard of the Castle.....and was set in hot pink and pure white.


Lisa made sure every detail was taken care of, even down to designing her own tiara.


Lisa was joined by her father and Bridesmaid to walk her down the isle....

Once inside the Courtyard the Ceremony was conducted by the English Vicar and bought a smile to the faces of all the guests here at the castle.


Sealed with a kiss.....

Once the ceremony was over Roger, Lisa and all the guests made their way into the gardens of the castle for a champagne reception.......


The courtyard was then set up for the wedding reception meal......again the attention to detail was there.....down to the napkins and table plan.

The cake had a matching topper to the tiara of Lisa.....


The wedding was very elegant and beautiful, definatley fit for a princess......just what Lisa wanted.


The Private Villa Wedding of Claire & Peter next.......a beautiful relaxed and informal day......


The Bride and Bridesmaids arrived at the Villa and waited for all the guests to be seated in preparation for the civil style ceremony

Claire was joined by her father who walked her down the isle to the awaiting Groom.


The ceremony took place in front of family and friends in the gardens of the villa.....

After the signing of the certificate Claire and peter and all the guests were entertained by the Flamenco dancers.....before partying the night away.



We were Up in the North Costa Blanca for our next wedding.......June is the busiest month for weddings here on the Costa Blanca with a wedding almost every day for us.....

The wedding took place in a beautiful resort style hotel, so all the guests could stop at the venue as well as attending the wedding ceremony and reception.

With a week long holiday before the wedding, the wedding was the icing on the cake.


The Ceremony was set up in the beautiful gardens with views onto the town and sea below.

The Spanish Towers in the back ground gave a great setting for the ceremony.

The red carpet welcome for all the Guests and the Bride and Groom.

Following the Ceremony the guests were treated to a champagne reception in the gardens, followed by an amazing meal in the reception area of the resort.

The entrance to the wedding reception was across the impressive replica town square of the resort and into the church style building.

Down the impressive staircase to where all the tables were laid out ready to await the guests.


A very impressive reception room awaited all the guests........


Back to the Garden of light for a Beautiful Wedding

The most amazing setting for a civil style wedding ceremony in front of the Spanish Tower at a private Finca.

The ceremony was set up ready for the Bride and Groom in Baby pinks and White, so it was very fresh and made the most of the green surroundings of the gardens of the Finca.


The while ceremony was decorated so it was perfect.


Samantha walked across the top of the tower and down the stairs to be meet by her Bridesmaids and page boys


And a waiting Groom

The ceremony was just as they wanted, very personal and special for them both.


Once the ceremony was concluded the guests were greeted to free flowing champagne around the pool area.

Then time to have a few moments together around the gardens.....


The Finca gave the Bride and Groom some great places and ideas for photos....


Samantha and her Sister.....


Whilst they were having photos and guests making the most of the Champagne and the beautiful surroundings of the Finca, the finishing touches were made to the reception area.


The reception was set up in the gardens of the finca so the guests could enjoy the outdoors.


Each guest was treated to its own little bag of goodies from the Bride and Groom.


After dinner Samantha and Jordan cut the cake......with the sparklers on the top.


Congratulations to Samantha and Jordan on their special day.

Next we were at the Beach for the Wedding of Joanne & Peter.......


Family and friends made their way to the beach on the Mar Menor where the sun was shinning even at 6.00 in the evening, the flowers looked amazing and set the perfect backdrop for the wedding ceremony.

The hot pink flowers lined the isle waiting for the guests.


The bride arrived in the Rolls Royce with her Bridesmaids and page boy ready for the shirt walk to the beach were everyone was waiting for them.


The ceremony was a personal service which had been prepared by Joanne and the Registrar so it was very personal to both the bride and groom.


Once the rings were on it was time for the first kiss as Man and wife


Joanne and Peter wanted all the guests to enjoy the time on the beach so after the ceremony had Champagne served on the beach.


Followed by cupcakes for all.......


Some time together and a few photographs before moving onto the wedding reception.


Amanda and David Chose the Presidents house for their special day......

Bright orange and gold were the colours of the day for Amanda and David.....which really gave a summer feeling to the very hot day....

The ceremony took place under the shade on a very hot June Morning and was attended by close family and was an early ceremony so they could all make the most of their day.


Amanda and David wanted their Special day to remain Private so only a selection of venue photos have been added 

The bride arrived in an American car, which followed on the Orange theme.

The car made for some great photos after the wedding ceremony.

A typical welcome to the reception room with the cutting of the ribbon by the Bride and Groom before entering the reception area.


Following the wedding reception Amanda, David and all the guests went to the local country club for a bbq and swimming.....


Our Next Wedding was a truly international occasion with the Groom and his family all coming from Australia for a beautiful beach side setting for the reception.


The Catholic ceremony took place in the beautiful church square in Moriara

With its traditional Spanish decor inside the church it was just what our couple wanted.


Michelle decided to walk through the streets to get to the church with the local residents cheering her on the way.


Michelle looked beautiful as she walked through the village


The ceremony was joined by guests from around the World and after the lighting of the candles was enjoyed by everyone there.


Michelle and Ben were full of Smiles as they left the church.


Then back onto the the reception which was right on the tip of the rocks over looking the beach......a beautiful spot for the wedding.

The guests all arrived back from church and were greeted by unlimited champagne and cocktails.

While the guests enjoyed the free flowing drinks and relaxed atmosphere the Bride and Groom had time for photos.



The perfect setting for some spectacular pictures.


Not only was the setting perfect, so was the day, the sun was shinning all day.....making Ben feel right at home.


After the drinks reception it was time for the wedding reception meal.....with the chill out Sax player playing for all the guests



Once inside the reception the guests were treated to the most spectacular buffet style reception.....

Topped of  by a great cake.......


 Civil ceremony in the Garden of Light with our couple Jason & Nicola from Essex...

The venue chosen by Nicola and Jason was a private finca set in a typcial Spanish other people there just the wedding party.


The ceremony was set up in front of the tower, so that guests could enjoy the open air and feeling the venue had to offer.


The brigt flowers made the ceremony area looked amazing.


Jason and Nicola decided on a wedding tree as their table plan with each guest listed on individual labels placed on the tree.


The wedding reception was set up again outside so the guests could enjoy the sunshine and the outside

The Guests were greeted to the venue with a pink champagne reception before they took their seats for the wedding ceremony

As the guests arrived they came into the sound of the violin and Piano

And were greeted ed by the Toast Master, who was waiting for them.


Once the ceremony area was finished off with the petals down the isle the guests were invited to join the Groom for the ceremony


Jason and the Toast Master were on hand to help seat all the guests

Waiting for the arrival of the Bridal party

Nicola and Jason's Children were first down the isle


Before Nicola was walked down the isle by her father.


The civil ceremony was conducted in both Spanish and English.

Once the ceremony was over the guests were treated to a Champagne reception and a huge selection of Spanish treats

Jason and Nicola were cheered down the isle after the wedding ceremony


White the guests were enjoying the free flowing Champagne......

Nicola and Jason had time for a few fun moments with the family

A great time was had by all....

On arrival to the wedding reception Nicola and Jason were handed champagne which they drank and following Spanish tradition, tossed the empty glasses over their shoulders......


The cake was set up with fresh flowers and individual cupcakes.......


And once they were ready to cut the cake the firework were started....


Finally the first dance.......


An amazing wedding, great couple and a perfect day......


Next up is a Civil style wedding ceremony followed by an Indian Banquet.......

The venue of choice for the ceremony for Hema & Chetan from Bolton was the former Presidents House......


Chetan and his best man made last minute changes to the vows while waiting for the bride to arrive


The girls arrived in the limo and made sure they were all smiles...

Hema was joined by her father who walked her down the isle.

 Accompanied by the magic sounds of the violin and piano.

The ceremony was very emotional and saw lots of tears and laughter


The vows were written by both Hema and were very special to them both.


Time for a few photos after the ceremony with the family, before moving to the private venue for the Indian banquet


The wedding party made their way to the wedding reception, which had the most amazing views out across to the sea.


The cake was set up on the outside terrace awaiting the Bride and Groom


The venue was decoration in the same bright colours


As the guests arrived at the venue, they had a few minutes for photos.

After the most amazing Indian feast it was time for the evenings disco and entertainment


And the dancers......


Chetan could not resist showing his new wife....his moves.

Amazing day with a great group of people, thanks for letting us be a part of your day......


A very hot sunny day here on the Costa Blanca for the wedding of Cecilia and Terje from Sweden & Norway for the legal civil ceremony here over looking the Ocean.

The setting was amazing the sky was blue the sun was shinning to great all the guests from Norway, Sweden and Spain.

Pure white flowers were chosen by the Bride to give the natural look for the ceremony.


The Bride arrived along with her 3 Bridesmaids and father in a white Limo.


Time for a few moments with the Bridesmaids before the start of the ceremony

The Wedding was to be conducted by the Local Swedish Priest from the area.


Cecilia was walked down the Isle by Terje followed by the Priest.


Once the couple were at the alter the address was made by the Priest, followed by traditional Hymns played on guitar by the Priest.


Time to reflect on the words of the ceremony for the Bride & Groom.


Once the ceremony was over the happy couple enjoyed a champagne reception with their guests.


What better view for a champagne reception.


Once the champagne reception was over it was time for all the guests to enjoy and amazing 5 course meal.....


Great choice of cake by the Bride and Groom to match their white and silver theme.


Congratulations from us all here at Lyndyloo in Spain.


The wedding of Louise & Peter from Belfast in the Quaint Catholic Church and private Spanish Finca.

What turned out to be a dark grey day with lots of rain, was a sunny spring day as the boys arrived at church the sun came out......


The village church was chosen by Louise & Peter as it was near to their family holiday home it was filled with fresh flowers in creams and whites.

The boys arrived in style and looked great in the matching converse pumps......aftershave and shades.


Not to be out done the Bridesmaids all looked stunning when they arrived at the church with lots of sunshine.


Louise arrived and looked amazing very much the radiant Bride, ready to walk down the Isle and get married to Peter after 10 years.


Louise was walked down the isle by her father to a waiting Peter and the Local Priest they had bought from Ireland to conduct the ceremony.


Once inside the church the local parish priest said a few words to the bride and groom before the ceremony began.


Once the ceremony was over Louise and Peter were joined by their guests outside the church for a few photos before making their way onto the wedding reception venue.


Louise & Peter were joined by Guests from New Zealand, Canada, Ireland and the UK.

Time for the Bridal party to enjoy a few moment and photos together.


Once finished at the church it was onto the amazing wedding reception venue, a private Spanish Finca and gardens.....

What should have been a reception set up in the gardens had to be set up in the grand conservatory of the venue, which was surrounded by glass windows over looking the beautiful pool and gardens.


The guests were treated to a champagne and canapes reception around the pool of the finca, whilst Louise & Peter had some time alone to have some photos.


The guests made the most of the outside bar around the pool.


The finca provided some great photo opportunities.


The Finca was a great place to hold the wedding reception as some of the guests even stayed on site for the evening in one of the private rooms.


The Tower made from great photos.


Then the walkways of the Finca.....


Louise & Peter were joined from Guests from all over the World for their wedding day and really gave their guests a venue and day to remember.


After making use of all the gardens Louise & Peter made use of the inside of the finca for a few photos.


The stairway to the library


And the Bridal Suite......

The cake was a mix of flavours and colours and scattered with musical notes and pearls as the wedding was a mass of music with several bands and entertainers making the trip from Ireland to perform at the wedding of Louise & Peter.

A great wedding day and a pleasure to be a part of....congratulations to Louise & Peter.

The first wedding of the year was with Gemma and Stephen who decided to choose Spain for their wedding because of the holidays they spend here each year....and the golf.

The church was dressed with Calla Lillie's and beautiful pale blue flowers to match along with the Bridesmaids.

The Bride arrived in style along with her father and the Bridesmaids and was 15 minutes early, so lots of time to enjoy the last moments before the ceremony.

Gemma and her father as the entered the church for the ceremony.

The Ceremony was conducted by our English Speaking Priest and was enjoyed by all, the Priest made the most of his English and Spanish.

All of the wedding party decided to sit on the stools and have some Spanish traditions during the ceremony.


Once the ceremony was finished the bride and groom had some moments on the church square for photos and a few drinksbefore getting on the bus the the wedding reception.

Fun time for the Bride and her bridesmaids.

Once the photos were taken of the Bride and Groom it was time to make their way to the wedding reception for an cocktail reception with free flowing champagne.

The doors on the church provided a stunning backdrop to all the photos.

A reflection on the ceremony and her new marriage to Stephen

With many gifts from the girls.

Time for the last few photos before leaving church for the reception.


The cake was a great match to the colours for the day as it matched perfectly with the bridesmaids.

Time to enjoy the surroundings of the venue, with the typical Spanish style gardens and restaurant.

Even the bridesmaids had fun.

Thanks for letting us be a part of your day and Im glad that everything was as you wanted, congratulations from Louise & Team at Lyndyloo.

Busy Easter Week with the wedding of Jemma and Daniel which took place in the Spanish Chapel and restaurant.What started off as a cloudy morning turned out to be a nice warm sunny afternoon

The Church was decorated with purple and white flowers, with scattered petals down the isle and bows for the chairs a nice bright church for the guests to enjoy.


The cake followed on with the colours and was a mix of fruit, jam and chocolate, with a mini chapel on top of the cake.


The traditional Spanish restaurant was the setting for all the guests to enjoy the wedding reception and meal.


While Daniel and his best man waited in the church the girls founds time for a few photos at the bottom of the steps.


Jemma made her way to the top of the steps helped by her father, whilst the bridesmaids followed behind.


A quick rest on the wall for the bride before getting ready to walk down the isle.

Joined by the Bridesmaids.

Once inside the chapel the service was enjoyed by all the guests and even more so the Best man did a great job.


The guests made their way outside the church after the ceremony whilst the best man made the most of the gardens.


Another quick rest for the bridesmaids.

Then some time for the bride and groom to be together and have some private photos taken before joining the guests for the champagne reception.


Daniel and Jemma were lucky to have bought the sunshine to the Costa Blanca after a dark start to the day.

Another quick rest for Jemma.......

And finally time to cut the cake and enjoy the rest of the day.


Congratulations to Jemma and Daniel
We just want to say a huge thank you to the Lyndyloo Team for making our wedding day so special
Louise did everything she could to make our day so special from the perfect dress to the picturesque venue. She took the stress out of our wedding, we could not have organised it without her.  
The ceremony was perfect the vicar added a few words about the both of us, which made it really special.

The Photographer Natalie was brilliant she captured every moment of our day and these are photos we will cherish for the rest of our lives Thank You

The venue and the food were amazing and the Spanish guitarist made our champagne reception perfect along with Flamenco dancers in the evening 
We recommend Lyndyloo to anyone who is thinking of having their wedding in Spain Thank You again for all your hard work and making it a day that we will remember for the rest of our lives
  Love Jemma and Daniel


The Wedding of Rachel and Andy from Donabate - Dublin was an amazing day, and everyone had a smile on their face all day.


The church looked amazing with all the flowers in the church, which gave a lovely aroma as guests walked into the church.

Andy and the best man waited for the guests to arrive......

A quick touch up for the bride by her sister before walking down the Isle.


A few moments and words of wisdom.


Rachel was walked down the isle by her father to Andy who was waiting for his bride.

The Catholic ceremony was conducted by the Spanish priest, but in English so all the guests could enjoy the kind words.


Andy and Rachel followed Spanish tradition with the lighting of the candles.


Once the ceremony was over Rachel and Andy made their way back out onto the church square.

To all their family and friends.

Once finished at the church it was back onto the castle for the wedding reception.


The wedding cake was set up to take price of place in the reception room of the castle.


It really was an amazing location for the wedding reception.

Every attention to detail was catered for.

Time for a few photos and some time together for the newly weds.

Each photo was to tell a story about the day they had.


Rachel and Andy made sure they had some time together during the photos before the evening events took place.


Rachel looked stunning on her wedding day and Andy made sure enjoyed her every move.


The different places around the castle made sure that each photo was always going to be different.

And each and everyone was enjoyed by the couple.


Time for a few family shots before going back to the reception room

Time to cut the cake.....


We had the most amazing day we could have wished for. The venue was like something from a fairytale and all the guests commented on how amazing it was. It wouldn't have been possible without Louise and all the staff at Lyndyloo for their excellent and professional service. Thanks so much for the most perfect day.

Rachel and Andy.