Destination Wedding – Mexico

So it’s no secret that I’ve been totally inspired by the colors in traditional Mexican weddings lately, but with Day of the Dead (or Dia de los Muertos), quickly approaching on November 1, (and Halloween also approaching just as fast), I thought I would do one more post on fun Mexican wedding inspiration, or better yet, a destination wedding in a tropical setting like Cancun.  Mmmmm…I can feel the warmth of the sun’s rays already!

maracasA great favor idea!  {Source}

dressesVivid colored dresses are beautiful.  {Source}

day of deadOur new Day of the Dead invitation collection.  (Visit our Etsy shop)

centerpieceAmazing centerpieces.  {Source}

signsColorful signs are a must for a tropical wedding!  {Source}

For additional ideas, visit my Day of the Dead board on Pinterest.

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A Wedding in Technicolor

After browsing through photos for my last post I fell in love with one particular wedding shoot full of vibrant, energetic colors.  I couldn’t resist but to include them in a follow up post celebrating Mexican style.  Enjoy!

color1 color2color3technicolor-cinco-de-mayo-shoot-39technicolor-cinco-de-mayo-shoot-24technicolor-cinco-de-mayo-shoot-34Photographs are all from the ruffled blog.

Mexican Inspired Wedding Day

Who doesn’t love the burst of colors that accompanies a Mexican wedding day? Here’s a look at what’s inspiring me today.  Let’s have a colorful day!

mexican2Check out this amazing Mexican wedding photographed by Aaron Delesie Photography.  What a beautiful tradition for bride and groom to walk from the ceremony to the reception with guests and a band playing for you!  How romantic and inspiring!

mexican1The colorful patterned tablecloths offset by the papel picado banners floating above is fabulous.  {Source}

mexican3Beautiful traditional Mexican dresses are used for bridesmaids dresses.  {Source}

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mexican5Technicolor.  {Source}

Want to see more?  Visit me on Pinterest.