Lucia and Roberto envisioned an intimate wedding for thirty guests with a cool vibe by the sea. A hip Los Cabos boutique hotel with a stylish atmosphere and stunning views of the ocean suited both the bride and groom’s personalities and posed as the ideal place to say “I do.” The couple exchanged vows under a chuppah of paradise wood adorned with red roses, lisianthus, lentil flowers, matthiolas and amaranth set on a long grassy strip lined with tall palm trees surrounded by the sea. Rustic Avant-garde chairs were placed in rows for the guests in attendance.
The ceremony’s music repertoire was happy and light just like the couple. The Lumineers’ “Ho Hey” accompanied the bridal party. The bride made her entrance in a beautiful gown with lavender accents from Vera Wang’s collection and a peony bouquet as Jack Johnson’s “Better Together” played. The ceremony came to a close to Jason Mraz’ “I’m Yours.” Dinner was served at a combination of square and rectangular ivory-colored tables set with French-style chairs and benches. Trendy lights intertwined with ivy and foliage hung over the tables adding a funky urban accent. A blackboard displayed the dinner menu.Deserts were displayed on an emerald colored table.
The tablescapes set by green table runners topped with glass votives, coral Mason jars matched the centerpieces of roses, lisianthus, lentil flowers, matthiolas and amaranth in shades of pinks and corals with miniature ivy. Exquisite lavender-flavored macaroons, the bride’s favorites, in pristine little white boxes with lavender ribbons, served as place card settings.
Artisanal benches some ivory and some green with cushions in contrasting shades of rose and green provided colorful seating for guests to mix. Tree stumps topped with flowers and light green glass votives added to the fun toes-in-the-sand atmosphere of the lounge.
The couple’s first dance as husband and wife was to the music of “Don’t You Worry Child” by Swedish House Mafia. The teak dance floor lit by hip street-style lights was a perfect match to the venue’s modernist style combined with rustic elements.
Lucia and Roberto’s first dance not only signified their union - it also reflected the fun and lighthearted tone of the evening’s festivities.