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The romantic and magic wedding of Helen Lindes and Rudy Fernández
15 January 2016

The romantic and magic wedding of Helen Lindes and Rudy Fernández

We finally have the wedding photos from Helen Lindes and Rudy Fernandez’s wedding!

After four years of dating, the couple chose to say their “I do’s” at a seventeenth century castle with stunning views of the sea in the Bay of Pollensa, Mallorca. All participants were delighted with the space!

Different media channels have shown images from their big day. Today, we’re showing you behind the scene footage and exclusive images!

After several meetings with Rosa Clara and the design team, Helen finally got the dress of her dreams in time for the ceremony.  The mermaid cut and sweetheart neckline gown was made in French Chantilly and finished with handmade embroidered details. Her only accessory was a 2.5 meters long veil that matched her dress. The result was breathtaking!

She was surrounded by her best friends while preparing for the big day and was happy and very quiet. Everything came together just as she had imagined it.

She did not hesitate to choose her favorite flowers, all in pastel colors, for her bouquet. An awe-inspiring floral bunch.

She chose a very simple natural hairstyle and secluded it with a beautiful silver headdress.

In this picture you can see a corner of the impressive fortress, Look at that view!

Rudy’s mother, Mayte, also wore Rosa Clará for this special occasion. A dress made especially for her. She wanted an elegant and comfortable design and we did it!

Helen switched into a sweet and elegant model for the reception that allowed her to enjoy the evening 100%. After several tests she opted for a Greek-inspired, V-neck dress made of pleated silk chiffon adorned with braided details on the back.

Which dress did you like the most? Both are an inspiration for the 2016 collection. If you are swooning over either one of her gowns, you can find very similar models HERE. 

Pictures: Pablo Béglez and Helen Lindes blog HERE