Colorful Cabo NuptialsWords by Courtney Kellar
Photos courtesy of Amy Bennett Photography
Hailey is a woman who goes after what she wants, so after dating Josh for just a few months, she relocated to be by her man’s side. While her family and friends thought she was a bit crazy, Hailey was ready for a change and made a leap of faith. Well, it paid off and her and Josh were saying she “I do’s” in Cabo before they knew it!
Since the Texas couple knew they wouldn’t be able to visit their location before the wedding, and were set on a beach ceremony, Cabo was an easy choice. “I’ve loved Cabo since the first time I went nearly ten years ago, so I knew I could plan something with the knowledge of the city that I had from several previous trips,” says the bride.
While Hailey and Josh knew they wanted a destination wedding, they also wanted to keep things mostly traditional in order to keep their parents and families happy. “We wanted to keep the wedding somewhat traditional, but also more casual and fun, all while capturing the beauty and vibrance of Cabo and the Mexican culture – bright colors, fun music, fabulous food and drinks and celebrating family!”
In the end, everything came together beautifully and Hailey and Josh had a fun wedding with the bright colors to complement their tropical location. They couldn’t have been more happy with how things turned out and thankfully this bride stuck to her guns!
Vendors: Photographer: Amy Bennett Photography, Venue: Hacienda Cocina y Cantina, Hair & Makeup: Suzanne Morel, Florals: Florenta, Dress Designer: Alvina Valenta, Shoe Designer: Kate Spade, Bridesmaids Dress: J. Crew, Jewelry: Kendra Scott, Groom’s Attire: Jos. A. Bank, Stationery: Lani Blue Stationery, Music: DJ Arturo Ortiz, Wedding Planner/Coordinator: Cabo Wedding Services
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