Real Wedding- Jinger and Calvin, Osa Peninsula

Bride and Groom

Continuing with Jinger and Calvin’s wedding celebration, we move onto the big day itself. As you can see by the smiling faces, the wedding was a fun and relaxed experience for all.



Reception Decor Board GamesRather than a traditional sit down wedding, Jinger and Calvin opted for a lounge setting where guests could indulge in the couple’s favourite past-time of playing games. The colour scheme of red, purple, white and black was predominate in the rental furniture, pillows and flowers. The stylized logo of the couple’s initials, reminiscent of an Infinity sign and coloured in ombre tones, was featured on customized pillows, chairs and printed items.

Reception EntertainmentScattergories anyone?

Coffee BarInspired by Tawainese night markets, we created food stations around the lounge, complete with fabric banners and paper lanterns. The coffee bar featured different beans with tasting notes for guests to explore the famous golden bean of Costa Rica.

Cocktail Area Osa WeddingThe ceremony colours were orange and turquoise with ombre shades. A bamboo bar for post-ceremony cocktails sits ready with striped paper straws for a festive touch.

Guest Gift BasketsGuests were welcomed with baskets filled with Costa Rican snacks and goodies. Each basket was handwoven by an indigenous women’s cooperative in the mountains outside of San Jose, bringing an artisan touch to the festivities whilst aiding a marginalized community and promoting an ancient handicraft. Goods that do good.

Customized DecorCalvin and Jinger’s logo as stickers on clear Ghost chairs.

Bride and GroomThe happy couple.

Bridal BouquetCheery bouquet of red roses, Mokara orchids, Cattleya orchids and blue hydrangeas.

Ceremony DecorHalf an hour prior to the wedding ceremony, the skies opened and we had to scuttle to Plan B, the beautiful yoga loft overlooking the ocean.

Ceremony LanternsWe wanted to bring in a touch of an Asian theme so we opted for a bamboo canopy with paper lanterns arranged in orange ombre tones.

Ceremony DecorChairs were adorned with ribbons graduation in ombre tones in both orange and turquoise. The piece de resistance was silk ribboning in blue and orange ombre I’d found on line. Score! Best wedding program ever was this one – one side was a computer program of the wedding itself (a program that really was a program!) and on the back, a quiz about the couple for guests to fill out while waiting for the ceremony to start. Tres fun!

Ceremony Decor

Reception Game TimeGuests enjoying a game of Jenga and cocktails.

S'mores Dessert Our mini-smores station!

Bride and Groom S'moresWhat would you expect from a non-traditional wedding couple but an unconventional approach to the wedding cake? Here, Jinger and Calvin share their first S’more as husband and wife.

Red Decor Osa Wedding

Red and purple florals, red pillar candles and red paper lanterns created a sexy lounge atmosphere.

Bride and Groom KissFelicidades to Jinger and Calvin!! What an intrepid couple and what a wedding adventure it was! Huge thanks to the amazing crew at Blue Osa for the delicious food and helpful staff. Big props to A Brit & A Blonde for the fantabulous photos.

3 thoughts on “Real Wedding- Jinger and Calvin, Osa Peninsula

  1. Ashley Perretta

    Hi I was wondering if someone had a contact for the woven totes? I’m getting married in Costa Rica and would love to do something like that and purchase local.

    • lazybride

      Hi! Sorry that I just saw this. The lady who made these totes has since moved to the US and I’ve not found another supplier yet 😦

      • Ashley Perretta

        My planner actually found some similar in San Jose. But I actually found a different type of bag to go with that’s a burlap. But thank you for getting back to me. appreciate it 🙂

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