"It was important to make it multiple days where we could spend quality time with our friends and family. We also decided from the beginning to keep our guest count small with 60 people. It was a tough decision but absolutely worth it. We wanted to incorporate a colorful fiesta night as our welcome reception to kick off the weekend and followed that up with a moody, boho modern ceremony and reception. We also asked our guests to dress according to the theme which made for some really amazing pictures."
The planning and design was by Grit and Grace and all the photos are by Abby Jiu Photography.
Emma's dress is by Carine's Bridal Atelier and Collin's velvet tux is by The Black Tux.
Design by Steph B. and Co.
All through the wedding you could see black, white, green and beige details. The perfect tones to go along with the neutral boho aesthetic.
"We wanted to give a nod to being at the beach but also make it more modern and dramatic. Using black and neutrals with the backdrop of Nizuc Resort was the perfect combination. The florals were very moody and boho with dried pampas and neutral tones. "
"Following the ceremony, we had a mariachi band greet our guests at the end of the aisle and lead everyone to cocktail hour. We wanted the escort card wall to be personal but also a gift that everyone could enjoy so our planner found these beautiful fans made in Mexico engraved with everyone's names."
A close up of the personalized Circular Palm Fans. A local favor your friends can keep and a fun way to escort your guests to their table!
It doesn't get more dreamy than this lagoon side tablescape.
Stunning! If you'd like to see more photos see the feature at The Knot.