Jennifer and Margarito had one of the most heartfelt weddings ever. Not even unexpected rain in February could dampen the warm love shared by their friends and family. Chiffon is always a great choice for tropical weddings as it travels well, is a lighter fabric and it moves so nicely. The tropics are hot so keep your wardrobe choices light and flowy. Experiencing serious shoe envy here. Gorgeous! Roses, orchids, peonies and astribe created colourful bouquets. That touch of rhinestones on the belt added a luxe detail. Jennifer made one beautifully blushing bride. Who says a barefoot wedding can’t be elegant? A cheery water bar at the beach made sure guests stayed hydrated and cool. Elegant Paris chairs were bedecked with small bouquets of hydrangeas, roses and greenery to bring a pop of colour. Such a dramatic dress! I adore this shot of Jennifer approaching the altar under the canopy of trees in front of the beach. A white canopy with small bouquets of flowers, elegant white lanterns and a dramatic white aisle runner. There are so many ways to decorate a canopy with fabric – here, we opted to criss-cross the material to give more visual interest. Such a beautiful shot of Jennifer! And her bouquet is so lovely, with it’s mini-cala lillies, roses, hydrangeas and peonies. Doesn’t matter how many people attend your wedding, all that matters is that there is love. Using a colour palette of coral, gold and ivory, we dressed the imperial table with Art Deco-styled chargers, coral napkins and seashells painted gold as seating card holders. The swirled icing flowers mimicked the chiffon flowers of the tablecloth, tying the decor elements together. Felicidades to Jennifer and Margarito! Wishing you many happy years together! Big thanks to El Velo Photography for the beautiful photos.