Daniela and Ethan had decided quickly that they wanted their wedding to be fun for everyone. Since Mexico had such a special place in their hearts, it didn't take long to decide on a Mexican Fiesta. Everything; from the pottery, invitations, decorations, and the candy was brought in from Mexico. Daniela even traveled down to Chihuahua to buy the perfect dress for her colorful and festive big day!
There is something beautiful about watching two families become one, but even more so when two cultures become one. And Daniela and Ethans wedding was exactly that. It was important that Daniela's Mexican heritage have it's place at their wedding. So the two of them made sure to incorporate traditions that had been passed down generations. This included a catholic mass, El Lazo, and Los padrinos y madrinas. Or, "Wedding god parents."
When the reception came, we were blown away by the colors! The bridesmaids dresses and bouquets were bright and vivid, the papel picado and Mexican candy at the reception stood out. And of course the handmade table runners were the perfect finishing touch for the reception. And it wasn't just the decor. The food was amazing too! We loved the old fashioned Coca-Cola, delicious Mexican dinner, churros and candies, and of course the cutest popsicle stand.
Thank you for sharing this special day with us! We wish you all the best!!
Ceremony Venue: San Jose Parish
Reception Venue: National Hispanic Cultural Center
Florist: Something Special With Flowers
Hair and Make Up: Genica Lee
Dress store: La Casa de la Novia
Cake: Simply Sweet by Darci
Entertainment: Rivalidad Norteña
Invitations: Novia Invitaciones