Can't afford a destination wedding? No problem! Incorporate a piece of Mexico on your special day. From mariachis to taco stations, here are 13 ways to throw the ultimate Mexican-inspired wedding. ¡Felicidades!
Decorate your seats with mariachi hats to let guests know who holds the two most important seats at the fiesta.
¡Arriba, abajo, al centro, pa' dentro! While champagne is the go-to drink for toasting at weddings, bring some fuego to your boda with tequila shots. Give each guest a customized shot glass garnished w/ a lime and little sign. ¡Delicioso!
How adorable are these Tapatío party favors? They will definitely spice up your Mexican-themed wedding!
You're invited!!! Prepare your guests for an epic party with these adorable wedding cards that make a big statement.
Succulents and cacti are a great alternative to your traditional wedding flowers. Not only does it tie perfectly with your Mexican motif, but it also gives life to the table.
Let’s face it, there’s no fiesta without mariachis. So, forget the DJ and get the party moving with some romantic ballads during cocktail hour.
You can't have a Mexican-themed wedding without a vibrant bouquet. Toss your white roses aside and instead opt for some hints of pink, orange and yellow florals.
Don’t settle for some boring buttercream frosted wedding cake! Instead, go for some colorful embroidery piping and florals that will definitely turn some heads.
Who needs catering when you have a taco bar?! Trust us, guests are definitely going to taco ‘bout it (get it?).
Treat your guests to a buffet of Mexican candies that rocked your childhood. From Duvalin to De La Rosa Mazapan, the possibilities are endless!
Have your primas channel their inner flower power with some boho-chic dresses with colorful embroidery.
While guest books are a great way to commemorate your special day, they often get tucked away in a drawer to collect dust. Try using a traditional Mexican clay pot that not only serves as a keepsake, but as a decorative piece that will enhance the beauty of your home.