Alex & Gary’s wedding was set in a beautiful location with amazing views of the Ocean. We started off with a color palette of blush pinks, silver, ivory with touches of purple but, after I visited the location and really started working, realized that keeping the softer colors and omitting the purple was definitely the way to go. As everyone down this way knows, peonies are a tricky flower – it’s hot down here, they travel a long way and keeping them beautiful and fresh is always an issue but I kept the air conditioning cranked and did everything but a “stay fresh” dance to keep them looking purty and I loved how the bouquet turned out.
Place: Sunset de La Mona Lisa, Cabo San Lucas
Coordination & Planning: Leslie Bost, One Happenings
Bride Photographer: Juan Carlos Tapia (thank you so much for the photos!)
Design Photographer: Tish Tosh Photography (god daughter extraordinaire)
Event Rentals: Del Cabo Event Design
We kept things simple, elegant and timeless with colors in a soft color palette.
THE CEREMONY & COCKTAIL
Once I saw the location I just knew that any sort of chuppah or anything like that was just going to take away from the over-all beauty of the space. So I opted for a full rose petal aisle instead with some curly willow and submerged roses dotting the aisle. I absolutely adore these ivory petal tablecloths and opted to do a simple silver painted vase with pretty blush mini roses and a touch of white matthiola for the cocktail set-up. The bridal bouquet had a mix of white and blush peonies and the bridesmaids carried a bouquet of garden ivory roses and white matthiola and baby roses.
Keeping it classic, we had ivory matte satin tablecloths, glass plates with silver beads, silver tiffany chairs with ivory cushions, cilinder candles in the middle with full rose petals. Pretty blush napkins nestled on the plates with embossed place cards and table markers. Sweet, classic and romantic.