When I saw this gorgeous Ozzy Garcia photograph, this native San Antonian's heart almost burst with love. I could not wait to create a board inspired by the photo.
I love when a bride incorporates something from her heritage into her wedding and since Texas and the Spanish culture go hand in hand, you can draw inspiration from almost anywhere you look.
This wedding decor is the perfect blend of fiesta meets romance. And since many the trends are shifting from vintage, shabby-chic, burlap-clad events to a more Old European feel, it's perfect for the bride who wants something different from the wedding all of her friends have already thrown.
The key to keeping your wedding more romantic feeling is the color palette. We went with softer, more desert-inspired hues for this look.
We love the bold patterns of Mexican tiles, and bright embroidery from Mexican dresses. We love this dress for a bride having a more casual event or the perfect bridesmaid dress for a wedding that is more formal. Serve your guests up bright glasses of homemade agua frescas, munch on Mexican wedding cookies and feast on a buffet of sizzling fajitas.
The idea of using dry pinto beans as jar fillers is pure genius. It is visually interesting, subtly hints towards the theme and is just the right shade to compliment the table settings, cacti and succulents. (Not to mention budget friendly!)
How would you style a Spanish wedding? Leave me your thoughts and links to your inspiration in the comment section below.
I love dinnerplate dahlias, inspirational quotes, lace, and I never pass up a slice of wedding cake (or groom's cake). I am a sucker for bow ties. I find beauty in most everything and I love helping brides plan their weddings. It's their own little fairy tale come to life.
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