3.04.2015

A Backyard Wedding Fiesta: The Decor

If you like color, textiles, pretty paper and twinkling white lights, then this Mexa-themed backyard wedding will be right up your alley.  With the help from some pretty rad women, we were able to achieve just the look we'd envisioned - playful and romantic.  Ay Mujer! made our customized papel picado banderitas and birds, The Roc Shop laser cut the #dlpchairez and salud confetti, Ashley Phillips hand painted all of the signs and Tania Fischer created the gorgeous flower wall backdrop.  Could these  ladies be any more talented?!  Thanks to Roxana Lopez, another super talented lady, we get to enjoy these lovely photos.
 
Photographer: Roxana Lopez / Venue: The de la Parra Residence / Tables, Chairs and Decor: Casa Artelexia / Papel Picado Banderitas and Paper Bird Cutouts: Ay Mujer! / Wall Flower Backdrop: Tania Fischer / #dlpchairez and Salud confetti: The Roc Shop / Signage: Ashley Phillips / Awesome Photo with Heart Balloons: Eric Casas

3.03.2015

A Backyard Wedding Fiesta: Tacos & Paletas

When it came to planning our wedding we went the easy route.  There was no stress.  No fighting.  No bridezilla moments to speak of.  For the food we wanted something tasty that our guests would truly enjoy.  Of course, it had to be Mexa-themed.  Our amigos over at San Diego Taco Company did not disappoint.  They served up tacos, empanadas, flautas, ceviche, fruit cups and agua fresca.  It was absolutely perfect.  We ate every last morsel.  It was that good.  As for the dessert, our lovely friends from Viva Pops made us the most delicious paletas - salted caramel, mango orange pineapple and margarita.  Sooo yummy!! And, because my seƱor likes loves bundt cake, I surprised him with bundts and bundtinis from Nothing Bundt Cakes.   Like I said, we kept it simple and tasty, and our guests could't have been happier.
Visit San Diego Taco Company at their new restaurant in Barrio Logan, Salud!  For your Viva Pop fix, check out their super cute shop on Adams Ave., or get them at Casa Artelexia.

Signage by Ashley Phillips, Cake Topper by Two Hermanas, Tabletop & Decor by Casa Artelexia
{Photography by Roxana Lopez Photography