MEXICO WEDDING INSPIRATION

COLOR! OLE! (This is one board you’re definitely going to want to see up close, so make sure to click on the preview for a full-size version.)

Mood: Vibrant | Exciting | Celebratory

Palette:  Chili Pepper | Baja Blue | Sunshine | Orchid | Ultramarine | Lime

This inspiration board is chock full of bright, bold hues and great DIY ideas for a fiesta wedding celebration. I love the idea of using succulents for a hairpiece & making table centerpieces out of Mexican tin cans and wildflowers.And how gorgeous are those lanterns, spray-painted candy green? Don’t even get me started on the hand-lettered tile place “cards”!

The great thing about all of these colors and materials is that they’re so easy to coordinate. Don’t worry about matching–go wild!

Image Credits (from top left) : Monique Lhuillier Scarlet Dress via Pre Owned Wedding Dresses | Agave Plant via Su Casa Magazine | Cake via Style Me Pretty | Red Shoes via The Book Lady | Mexican Tile Placecards via Ritzy Bee | Blue Doors via Doorways Around the World | Tortilla via Ritzy Bee | Patio Decorations via Style Me Pretty | Yellow Drink with Green Umbrellas via source unknown (please leave a comment if you know!) | Yellow Bridesmaids Dresses via Style Me Pretty | Succulent Bouquet via The Digital Orange | Mariachi Guitarist via Photogen Inc | Yellow Flowers in Tin Can via Style Me Pretty | Mexican Hacienda via Stephanie Williams Photography | Fiesta Bunting Invitation via Magpie Paper Works | Succulent Hairpiece via Stephanie Williams Photography | Green Lanterns via Style Me Pretty | Kumquats and Blue Candle via Once Wed | Turquoise and Pearl Necklace via AnOriginal Jewelry | Green Palm Leaf via Style Me Pretty | Mexico Maracas via Ruffled Blog | Sweet Mule via Stephanie Williams Photography | Papel Picado Flags via AyMujer

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August 13, 2010 - 6:23 pm

Ms. Love - I love this! I’ve been searching for inspiration! I’m half chicana/half black and my fiance and I would like to honor my mama’s heritage by incorporating mexican traditions and colors at our ceremony and reception. This inspiration board is just what I needed! Thank you!

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