Embracing the spirit of Cinco De Mayo, this couple celebrated their wedding with vibrant colors in a historic California venue. Heavy florals featured in a dramatic arch would be the background of this entire colorful Cinco De Mayo wedding. One way to can make your wedding extra special is with personalization. Each place setting at this wedding has a special thank you card written by the couple. Along with it, a sprig of eucalyptus and a bow with a dehydrated orange and their names. Scroll on to see what other fun surprises this couple had planned for their guests!
The inspiration behind the wedding,
“Elegant and timeless, with lots of color. Heavy florals and candlelight were a must. A Cinco De Mayo wedding pulling Spanish vibes. In addition to the air of romance, the atmosphere was relaxed, family-friend oriented and upbeat to match the bride and groom’s personality. We loved the idea of using an orange peel for the escort seating and wanted to pull around the orange colors – Burnt Orange, Reds, Golds. The colors combined the Spanish theme, as well as the couples love for the beach.”
Unique elements from their wedding,
“The couple surprised guests with a mashup choreographed dance that they learned from YouTube prior to their wedding. There were many DIY items that included : a custom Bar Sign with their dogs face, a Sangria Escort Wall, handmade orange peel place settings, and thank you cards tucked into each napkin. They also included custom napkins with fun facts about the couple. The Brides sister handmade 20 bud vases which were scattered throughout the venue and filled with baby’s breath and lavender.
Finally, the couple ensured their guests could take a quick break from the dance floor by providing a lounge area where a polaroid picture book was available for guests to snap a quick picture and write a note to the couple.”
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