Rancho Pesacadero wedding of Lauren & Christopher
If you love the outdoors this wedding will inspire you, the wedding of Lauren & Christopher took place on the side of the Pacific, a very romantic location very close to Todos Santos. This awsome couple had the idea of having their wedding at a remote location where everyone could be close to each other as they are to their hearts and that idea always works, all family memebers got to know each other and they all had a great time thats for sure.
Mina & Sean wedding & Sunset Da Monalisa
The reception and the wedding took place at the famous Sunset Da Monalisa over looking the arch that is so famous Los Cabos, a remarcable location to have a lovely view of the Sea of Cortez, This wedding was lovaly from the start to fiinish with lots and lots of details, Mina had alot to do with every little thing that happend at her wedding, she is all about details and we noticed.
Wedding at Cabo del Sol,Baja, México
Susan & Scott´s wedding at Cabo Del Sol was just gorgeous! So many personal touches such as their kids singing during the ceremony and their golf details that presented throughout the wedding. You can really see the love between this couple as well as through the whole family. What an amazing wedding to be a part of. Congratulations Susan & Scott! Thank you again for allowing me to be a part of it.
Wedding at private Villa in Cerritos, Baja, Mexico
Dan & Dacia´s wedding was so unique and so much fun to photograph! When I heard about "Dia De Los Muertos" themed wedding, I was beyond excited. A secluded beach in Cerritos, Baja California Sur paired with some authentic Mexican elements made for such an amazing wedding. This gorgeous couple came all the way from Sydney, Australia and their guests came from all over the world. Vari from Allure Event incorporated equipal tables and chairs, colorful otomi table runners, prayer candles, clay serveware for the taco buffet, sugar skulls as favors and cempasuchil flowers in vintage glasses. I was so honored.
We love it when a bride and groom aren’t afraid of a little color – and this adorable Utah duo is most definitely a fan of vibrant hues. So much so, in fact, that they filled their entire Los Cabos wedding with one crazy gorgeous detail after another, all in bright pops of fuchsia, light blue, and light green. Juan Carlos Tapia was on hand to capture every fun-filled moment.
From the hotel coordinator, from Salt Lake City, Utah, went for a vibrant and colorful wedding in Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, Mexico, because they wanted their guests to experience the “Real Mexico!”They could have not chosen a better location than the beautiful dreams resort in Los Cabos The hotel is a beautiful property close to the town of San Jose del Cabo with an awesome ocean view and the most beautiful, vibrant Mexican colors throughout the hotel. The ceremony took place in the beautiful hotel beach. A simple but beautiful floral altar with vibrant colors (green, blue and white colors) and ocean were the perfect background for the ceremony! Scented sandalwood fans with an intricate carved design and a delicate white tassel attached awaited on each guest’s chair! They were the perfect wedding favor choice for those warm days in Mexico. The beautiful and meaningful ceremony, officiated by a dear friend of bride and groom, got some of us very emotional. A mariachi band played a romantic song for the bridal processional and a festive song for the couple’s recessional. Then the mariachi lead the guests to the cocktail area by to the pool, just in time for them to enjoy the amazing sunset and cocktails. Waiters received guests with trays of margaritas on the rocks! An engagement photo of the happy couple with a blank cardboard frame was the photo “guest book.” After the cocktail hour, guests proceeded to the reception dinner area, where an amazing selection of delicious Mexican dishes awaited them in the buffet area. Hand-made escort cards with a green palm design were placed at the entrance to the reception to direct guests to their tables. bride and groom opted for colorful cupcakes with the cutest Day of the Dead bride and groom topper! After dinner, the traditional toasts were given with a traditional Mexican drink (tequila, of course!) Then the amazing rock band played a marvelous version of the “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole for the bride and groom’s first dance. Then all the guests got in the dance floor and danced the night away!