A Majorca wedding at the most beautiful church of the island: La Iglesia Nova near Son Servera

3 days with Astrid & Nico and their family & friends

The wedding of Astrid and Nico in Majorca will be unforgettable for all who attended. I was allowed to accompany the two lovers for three wonderful days to capture their most beautiful moments forever.

Our lives are made up of millions of tiny mini-stories that are constantly taking place, but unfortunately we forget most of them. That’s why, at my weddings, I love to capture these tiny, short stories in more than one picture, because years later they will still fill our hearts with happiness. This is the reason I spend a lot of time observing and I’m always sitting in ambush to capture everything.

I will always prefer these kind shots from the imposing fashion-like photos. Yes, I also like to create some “Star-Photos“ for my bride and groom, but it has no priority. Priority is given to the magical moments … and of course to the light.

Since most of these Micro-moments are inside glimpses above all of my newly weds, their families, the ceremony itself and intimate family moments photographed by me as they take place; I only include a small selection on line.

Well then, let's start with our little 3-day Majorca picture show- at first: get together!

Astrid and Nico have spared no expense and effort to offer their guests a great wedding weekend in Majorca. On the eve before the wedding day, they brought their loved ones by minibuses to one of the most beautiful lifestyle beach bars on the island.

The Bar Sol in Son Serra de Marina. Son Serra de Marina is a small fishing village with an idyllic natural beach in the north of the island. It is not like a clean Caribbean beach, but a natural beach located in front of wild dunes.

Of course, we spent half an hour with Astrid & Nico to take a little photographic cosy stroll in the evening sun.

At the very end, I was inspired by a special group photo. A silhouette photo with the last light of the day. This kind of photo is only possible if everyone wants to join in and collaborate with the implementation. Although no one is identifiable, we have been waiting for Nico’s grandparents and his mother – to “know” them on this photo.

There were many jokes made by the guests during the setting. It was funny, hearty and just beautiful. Thanks to all of you who were there and made this picture possible.