Gabby and Juan had a festive and fun Mexican wedding at Chantilly National Golf Club in Northern Virginia. Though much time had passed since they first met – and despite being apart for many years – life brought Gabby and Juan back together, just to fall in love…again. They finally said “I do” among close family and friends.
Mexican Wedding Details
It was extremely special to plan this Mexican-themed wedding, as Gabby is a dear friend and a fellow Mexican who also just happens to own Gabby and Martha, Hair and Makeup. Gabby loves all things bright & vibrant and their wedding colors reflected her passion for life and her fun personality.
Gabby wanted to include several cultural elements in her wedding decor, so we used Mexican talavera vases for the centerpieces and Alebrijes as escort cards and favors. Maracas were provided to all the guests so they could cheer them on and have fun throughout the night (which they did!). Our floral design resulted in a beautiful explosion of colors to match the joyous vibe of this sweet couple.
Now let’s talk about their music. I was so impressed with Gabby and Juan’s playlist! She personally curated it to make sure their Latin family was on the dance floor at all times, but not at the expense of their anglo friends, who also danced the night away. Gabby, we loved your musical taste!
Lastly, we enjoyed working with long-time industry friends such as John with A2Z Music Factory. In addition to providing DJ and MC services, A2Z Factory did draping and pin-spot lighting for all florals and the cake. They also took care of a magical send-off, complete with sparklers. Marirosa Photography provided coverage all day to capture the best moments of Gabby and Juan’s Mexican-themed wedding. Lem Weddings was also on hand to memorialize their special day in video.
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