Wedding Inspiration From South of the Border

Los Angeles florist and event planner Heavenly Blooms celebrated Cinco de Mayo this year with an inspirational shoot that included some wonderful Spanish touches. Being in Texas, we felt a certain kinship to the Spanish and Mexican design elements and the wedding gown? Exquisite.

The bridal bouquet was created with succulents, ambiance roses, ranunculus, tuberose, garden roses and coffee bean berries in shades of coral, peach, pina colada and teal green.

Heavenly Blooms wanted to do something fresh and different for the table scape, so they used clear cylinder vases and succulents for the centerpiece. Each cylinder was filled with dry pinto beans, then they used a variety of different succulents such as mini cactus and echeveria. Additional color was added with fresh open roses clustered around the base of pillar candles in terra cotta holders.

These papel picado flags, meant to be waved as the bride and groom pass by.


Photography: This Modern Romance
Florals + Planning: Heavenly Blooms
Styling: Green Wedding Shoes
Wedding Dresses: Joan Shum
Hair + Make-up: Nyrie and Megan Wayt for Symmetry Beauty
Venue: Star Ranch
Rentals: Found Vintage Rentals
Desserts for dessert display: Summit Event Catering
Paper goods: Posh Paperie
Papel picado: Reign Trading News

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  2. wow, i’ve been looking for a similar decor for our tucson wedding. LOVE the idea of the pinto beans instead of rocks!!! and they’re relatively inexpensive in bulk. THANKS!

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