The summer sun and the bold and vibrant paintings of Frida Kahlo inspired this breathtaking Latin shoot. 2020 needed to be covered by a rainbow of love and life, and in Mexican heritage, color runs rampant. KS Floral Concepts incorporated rich magentas and oranges into the bouquet and florals with different textures to create an amazing piece.
The bold blue stemware supplied by Tabletops and Props is the most noticeable on the tabletop, as well as the gorgeous floral arrangements, the colors, again, are everything.
The 4-tier cake by Miranda’s Sweet Treats is in a world of its own. The images of the Talavera tile speak directly to Mexican culture and tradition. Talavera tile is a hand-made and hand-painted ceramic tile carefully made by craftsman families in Puebla, Mexico. The desert cart has Spanish roots as churros made their way to Mexico from the Spanish colonies; Mexican churros are coated in a cinnamon-sugar mixture and served with chocolate, caramel, or whipped cream or eaten plain. Whichever way you eat a churro, your boquita will thank you.
Another delicious treat featured is the tasty empanada, fill it with anything you want because this fried pastry is always a hit. Wendy Wolf from Blonde and Braided completed bride Cass’s hair with the most gorgeous braid ever. Fixing your hair in one long braid down your back is a simple, traditional way that Mexican women wear their hair; she nailed it. Different cultures bring different beauty to all aspects of life. The Mexican culture has always brought bold, beautiful colors, delicious food, and a welcoming heart.
Host: @styledhwy Venue: @thebartonhouseofredlands Dress: @belovedcouturebridal Suit: @stitchandtie MUA: @hausofmisfits Hair: @blondeandbraided_ Florals: @ks_floral_concepts Real Wood Rentals: @honeywoodevents Table Top Decor: @tabletopsandprops Cake&Dessert: @Mirandas_sweet_treatsCookies: @cubandcuppyModel: @dowden_cas & AndrewVideo: @houseofhopefilms
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