September was a busy month for weddings in Cancun, between the Bridal Show and the local wedding season, we were very glad to have a full workload for a couple of months.
I am very happy to share a few images and tips form Indy and Frank’s wedding.
This lovely couple met and found love at first sight, ever since they started dating they have been together building a wonderful and playful family. They were legally married 10 years ago with many odds to face.
Now that their son is part of their lives, they decided to celebrate the holy matrimony in the Catholic Tradition bringing their union to a new sense of love, blessing and prosperity.
It was a very intimate wedding full of people that know their story and that truly share their love and appreciation for the couple.
The color palette featured chocolate, coral and Ivory, the bride’s bouquet was made of carnations i different tones of pink and coral and ornamented with crystals.
The reception was held at a private Beach Club in Cancun and in spite of a very heavy rain, the wedding celebration went on full of life, fun and love.
One of the highlights of the evening was the presentation of a video telling the story of the couple as told by their closest friends and family.
They also shared a funny Harlem Shake dance with their bridal party surprising everyone in the middle of their first dance.
Congratulations for Indy and Frank, and thank you for letting us be a part of this celebration and for sharing with us this new stage in your lives!
As a wedding concierge, it is very important to take part in the process of the general design of the wedding, wether the bride wants a designer in charge of the image or she wants to do it herself, it’s important to listen to the couple, understand what they want to communicate and help make the suggestions to make everything work in the best possible way.
With our upcoming beach wedding in September, the bride and me took a trip to find the colors, fabrics and looks of her wedding.
From the beginning, she had told me she wanted the main theme to be the beach, and coral color, the groom wants to add chocolate accents, so to merge these two, we came up with the idea of matching tables.
I personally like to get inspiration from nature, it is the first source of our concepts for colors.
For this wedding, a warm coral reef is the inevitable reference to transform it into a wedding theme:
Our color Palette:
Coral – Chocolate – Ivory
Here is a little rough draft of what we came up with:
Mixing Coral with ivory and acrylic with a chocolate accent for the Bride & Groom table.
All we are missing are the flowers and the turquoise Cancun ocean as the backdrop.
For the table centerpieces we are coming up with a version of a Coral Fish Bowl with sand, candles, sea stars and shells.