Modern Mexican Wedding

I had so much fun styling this shoot along with Wedding Planner Ashley from Always Flawless Productions. I wanted to express the tradition and the elegance that we share in the Mexican Culture in a modern way.  Inspired by home ware retailer and designer Lorena Gaxiola dishes “La Loteria” (Mexican bingo) I included “La Estrella” “El Mundo” plates  and “La Mano flatware and more. To complete the theme we included the traditional champurrado, mexican wedding cookies (polvorones) and tequila (credit to my father collector of some great tequilas 😉 trust me I know)

Feel free to leave a comment below. I would love to hear what you think. Hope you love it as much  as I do!




Collaboration Credits:

Styled by: Florist SJ Floral Design and Coordinator Always Flawless Production | Photographer: Mr & Mrs Wedding Duo |Florist: SJ Floral Designer |Venue: L’Auberge |Table and Benches: Farm Tables and More |Linen: Platinum Party Rental |Stemware & Flatware: Lorena Gaxiola |Stationary: Take Note Creations |Dress: Dahlia Bridal |Hair & Make up: Carolina Acuna |Model: Jazmin Delgado 


Before you start eyeing for a florist…..

Before you start looking for a florist make sure you identify your style. Look at magazines, Instagram and Pinterest for inspiration. Look for flowers that you like, designs that get your attention etc. This will help your florist know what you like and what you want. I recommend you have these four things before you meet with your florist:

  • Wedding date-helps florist see what flowers are in season
  • Venue- allows for florist to get creative considering any restrictions the venue might have
  • Flower Budget- this will allow florist to be able to suggest appropriately with in your budget a good florist will let you know if what you are envisioning is doable with in your budget and if not will suggest options.
  • Style-helps florist understand what you are envisioning

Come back next week to our blog on the different types of Florist there is!!

Hugs and kisses,