Today’s Mexican wedding shoot will transport you back to Old Mexico. The shoot took place in San José del Cabo and is aesthetically authentic, and romantically packed rugged textures and sweet wildflower designs!
Lola del Campo, Owner of UpSouth, instantly fell in love with the striking elements of this venue. It was such a pleasure to twist them into the vision! The abode walls and antique elements highlighted all the vivid colors of the floral designs. The outstanding Mexican folk art called ‘papel picado’ was used for the Mexican wedding altar, in the hope that more people will embrace the enchantment of Baja style!
Leo Sicairo’s wedding dress design is super romantic, and softens the rugged abode setting. It is a polka dot strapless A-line wedding gown with an embellished waist.
Papel picado is crafted into banners used to decorate on Día de los Muertos. Yet today you’re seeing this epic Mexican wedding ceremony backdrop from Maracas Maracas. A statement backdrop, like this papel picado, could be used multiple times during a wedding. For instance, the couple’s sweetheart or head table could be placed in front of it for the reception. It’s a palette of wildflower pink and burgundy for this floral table runner, created by Lola del Campo. We love the illusion of ‘living’ flower arrangements for these wedding ceremony and reception vignettes!