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}

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Day of the Dead Theme Wedding

Day of the Dead is a traditional Mexican holiday,  that celebrates the lives of those who have died, honoring them with sugar skulls, marigolds and favorite beverages and food of the deceased.  November 1 is when this celebration takes place in Mexico and around the world.  While I did a little digging around to create this post, what captured my attention most are the beautiful colors and Mexico flavor used in this celebration.  Here are a few images that could be used in a Day of the Dead, or any Mexican Fiesta-type themed wedding.  Enjoy!

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Look no further for amazing color!  [Source]

A tequila inspired Mexican wedding.  [Source]

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Day of the Dead fortune teller programs.  Clever!  [Source]

Beautiful cake, food, and I just love that voodoo sauce!  [Source]

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