Cabo is beautiful on its own, but when you add bright flowers, macrame hangings, and rustic furniture to the mix, all at a beachfront resort, it becomes even more dreamy. Did you think it was possible?! This pink bohemian wedding in Cabo takes destination weddings to a new level. It’s incredibly romantic, unique, and beautiful – did we already say that? We hope you enjoy (know you will!) the seaside ceremony, Mexican flair, and intimate reception.
Here is what the wonderful floral & event designers had to say about this bohemian bash…
Sometimes the sweetest love stories are the ones that begin again, long after the first meeting. Meghan and Keith met 17 years ago in middle school but only started dating five years ago when they were reintroduced by mutual friends. From the moment they rediscovered each other, their relationship evolved naturally, with genuine kindness, support, love, and a real zest for living. Their mutual love of travel took them on trips to Costa Rica, Cancun, Hawaii, Catalina, San Diego, Las Vegas, to name just a few of their favorites. But they chose Cabo San Lucas for their destination wedding. “Cabo was close enough for our LA friends and family to join us, but just far enough for us to experience an epic vacation,” says Meghan.Knowing she wanted an elegant, romantic wedding with gorgeous flowers and a Bohemian vibe, Meghan knew Elena Damy would bring her vision to life. Working closely with wedding planner Claudia Morales and Lead Floral Designer Elena Damy, Meghan and Keith’s dream wedding was a creative reflection of the love they have for their families as well as the passion they have for each other.
Meghan’s Cleopatra wedding gown was a stunning sensual silhouette from Amanda Wakeley Bridal. “It was the first dress I tried on. I went home, slept on it, and then went back the very next day to ‘say yes to the dress!’” she told us. Even though she bought her wedding gown before they chose their wedding venue or finalized the event design, Meghan said “every wedding detail ended up truly complimenting the gown.”
Meghan and Elena collaborated on the event design and used family-style tables, macrame fabrics and lush floral arrangements for a Boho chic dinner dance. Some of Meghan’s favorite details and designer touches included the burgundy peonies Elena used in the low floral arrangements, to the hand-painted metallic oyster shell escort cards, custom-made wooden table numbers and signs, and delicious hibiscus margaritas! But Meghan’s favorite detail (and ours!) was the suspended macrame curtains that we hung on branches high over the dance floor! It was a show stopper from the moment you entered the space and it’s Bohemian, free spirit aesthetic set the tone for the whole evening.
Everything about this wedding felt sophisticated and stylish in a worldly way. From the flowing patterned maxi dresses to the tasty modern Mexican hors d’oeuvres and warm ambient dance floor lighting, there was an air of casual, summer elegance felt throughout the celebration.