Kylie and Dave's fun surf wedding at Villa Santa Cruz had the perfect Baja feel - casual and festive with authentic Mexican touches. Exchanging vows in front of 65 guests, the couple stood beneath a surfboard trellis and pledged to love each other when "the surf is firing, and when the ocean is glass." The natural elements of the landscape beautifully decorated the ceremony - the waves rolled in, the sun swept soft light across the property and bright red bougainvillea petals popped against the white sand aisle.
The aerial view of the ceremony from the Palapa shows the wide expanse of empty beach right in front of the Villa.
The beautiful sunset was the star of the wedding (besides the lovely bride, of course!).
After the ceremony, the guests gathered poolside for cocktails and appetizers. Eat Cabo Catering provided all food, drinks and rentals for the event.
The couple stole a moment alone in the Villa's antique buggy.
The tables were beautifully decorated with navy linens, lanterns and fun "Day of the Dead" touches.
All guest escort cards were tied to tiny tequila shot glasses. After the couple was introduced for the first time, the whole group had a tequila toast to the song "Tequila" - fun and lively!
The Villa's bistro lights glowed in the night sky.
The bride's mother lovingly baked a delicious wedding cake, complete with "Day of the Dead" cake toppers.
It was a beautiful night for Kylie & Dave. We wish them all the best in their new life as husband and wife. Muchas felicidades!
Adam and Justine's Saturday evening beach wedding at Villa Santa Cruz, Boutique Hotel on the Beach, was a beautiful and intimate affair. Having visited Todos Santos one year ago, they knew it would be the perfect place to invite their friends and family for their wedding celebration. We were thrilled to help create such a lovely day for such a lovely couple. Keep reading for a peak inside their magical wedding day!
Adam & Justine
The bride's father escorted her down the sandy aisle to her waiting groom, while her darling nieces helped with her long train.
After the ceremony, guests gathered around the pool for cocktails and appetizers. As dusk approached, golden light swept across the property - can you see the palm tree shadow on the Villa?
Barb & Jan of Pueblo Magico weddings created beautiful tablescapes for the reception. Using natural elements, they decorated the escort table with corals, candles, native grasses and feathers. The reception tables popped with pink roses and wild bougainvillea. As a jewelry designer, the bride provided a personal touch with "message in a bottle" place cards and wedding favors of her favorite jewelry design pieces.
For the first time as husband and wife, the couple danced to Adele's "Love Song."
Hotel Guaycura prepared a delicious four course meal for the wedding reception. The menu included a lobster cream soup, ceviche and creme brulee for dessert. Ever After Images photographed the event. It was beautiful evening under the stars!
We wish the happy couple a lifetime of love!