Tally and Mike were married at beautiful Casa del Quetzal way up in the hills of Conchas Chinas. It was a Minister’s Ceremony officiated by Bryan Henderson.
Our favorite soloist Lenny played for the ceremony and after for the cocktail hour.
The flowers for the wedding were beautiful. Tally’s bridal bouquet was made of succulents, roses, and other local flowers in coral/orange/lime colors.
Reception Decor included really nice lighting, twinkle lights hung over the reception area incorporated with 100 mts. of white customized papel picado with the names of the bride and groom. There were 4 piñatas and 1 small piñata of a little burro. The centerpieces were made of succulents and local flowers in light colored soy beans for a nice effect. All this in personalized cigar boxes with hinged lids that stayed open to display the flowers and succulents. The table settings for the dinner was one long rectangular table for everyone with white linens and tiffany chairs in chocolate with white cushions and a long burlap, custom made table runner.
For the cocktail hour there were 4 options of canapés or appetizers. Such as miniature tikin Xic Shrimp kabobs in a mild three pepper sauce, seafood ceviche, delicate cucumber crowns with marlin or smoked tuna, miniature tamales wrapped in banana leaf. The dinner menu consisted of a mixed green and spinach topped with cherry tomatoes, goat cheese, fine herbs (light olive oil drizzled with a choice of balsamic) and sesame or Jamaica flower dressing.
The catering service was done by Andres Ramos of BB Catering. The package included all the food (Appetizers for the cocktail hour) and the dinner which began with a salad followed by the main entree, which guests had a choice of oven roasted Mahi-Mahi fillet stuffed with roasted seafood and a vegetable blend. Other guests had steamed medallions and fresh shrimp with steak sauce and three pepper sauce, shrimp sauce which was a tequila sauce. Yummy!
After dinner in came the Mariachi band called Mariachi Ochenta who played a great show while the guests had their cake. The Wedding Cake was a 2 tier cake, a square chocolate cake with vanilla frosting and decorated with cascading flowers on the side and a Day of the Dead bride and groom and dog cake topper. So cool. The cake was amazing with so much detail. It was made by the Charme bakery.
The Photographer was Aldo Tovar who did amazing photos. Photos will be posted in a few days, so make sure to come back and check them out.