Hola! Happy Cinco de Mayo!! I feel extra festive for this holiday as I just returned from Mexico on Saturday, after celebrating my 6th Wedding Anniversary in Puerto Vallarta! Missing the Mexican culture for sure, and all that comes with an all inclusive resort! (a.k.a. yummy chilaquiles, never ending margaritas, cerveza, pina colada, etc!) The sound of the waves crashing still is ringing in my ears, which I love. Though the departure from Mexico was sad, it was a joyous reunion with our 2 1/2 year old daughter and our puggle. Looking forward to our return next year!
Now, onto getting into the spirit of the festive holiday, we have a beautiful fiesta inspired wedding shoot that was sent our way from Jackie Willome Photography, set at Roszell Gardens in San Antonio. The shoot is rustic and vibrant, and we adore it! Plus the couple makes a gorgeous duo to show of lovely wedding threads fitting of the festive, rustic theme.
See for yourself, and enjoy this Fiesta Themed Wedding Inspiration Styled Shoot, captured by Jackie Willome Photography:
Gorgeous! Love the rustic venue, it's perfect for a fiesta themed wedding! I love the unique inclusion of cacti on the place settings and in various placements throughout. And, it's not a fiesta without a fancy bottle of tequila and a Dia de los Meurtos skull!
I am loving the bride's whole look. Love the side fishtail braid, that is loose and flowy. Her simple white dress is lovely, and that chunky colorful necklace ties everything together. The handsome groom's look is trendy and edgy, and I love it. The laced boots and jeans works with the button up shirt, vest and tie look. It says southwest, without invoking thoughts of cowboys and the like. It's urban and chic. Love it!
Our thanks to Jackie Willome Photography and all involved for sending this styled shoot our way!
Photographer: Jackie Willome Photography//Venue: Roszell Gardens//Design & Decor: Riley and Mae Events//DIY Decor: Build a Balloon//Floral Designer: Flower Forest//Makeup Artist: Makeup by Renee//Bakery: Meemos Bakery
Submitted via Two Bright Lights