Tag: Sayulita

Trash The Dress – Sunny Sayulita Surf In Mexico

23/10/2014 | 1

Getting Married Abroad

Laura & Ramin   ♥   Sayulita, Mexico

Photographer:   Dekker Photography

 

Did you catch Laura and Ramin’s beach ceremony in Mexico on the blog a few weeks ago?

They decided to go off the beaten tourist trail in Mexico and tied the knot on a secluded sandy beach in sunny Sayulita – a charming fishing village situated on the west coast and famed for its surfing. Be sure to take a look if you missed it, it was overflowing with lovely local style and traditional Mexican charisma.

 

Not only did they have a darling destination wedding day but this daring duo decided that since they were getting married abroad, they might as well use the opportunity to trash the dress in the surf the day after their wedding!

 

Armed with their photographer they headed to the beach to rent two small fishing boats. All dressed up in their wedding garb, Laura and Ramin braved the high seas to visit some nearby islands before returning to shore and submerging Laura’s dress in the Sayulita surf!

 

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Real Wedding – Secluded Beach Ceremony In Mexico

07/10/2014 | 4

Getting Married Abroad

Laura & Ramin   ♥   Sayulita, Mexico

Photographer:   Dekker Photography

 

Mexico has long been topping the popularity charts for destination weddings and it’s not hard to see why; with a year-round tropical climate, sundrenched white beaches lapped by clear azure waters and an abundance of hotel and villa options combined with warm Mexican hospitality and delectable cuisine, this is one lovely locale.

 

Laura and Ramin decided to go off the beaten tourist path in Mexico for their destination wedding and tied the knot on the secluded sandy beach of sunny Sayulita – a charming fishing village situated on the west coast and famed for its surfing.

 

Traditional Mexican charisma is in abundance here and today’s couple ensured that their day represented the local culture with a wooden Mexican ‘La Boda’ wedding sign and ‘Novia’ and ‘Novio’ bride and groom seat signs and of course customary Mexican mariachi musicians sporting silver studded charro suits and sombreros to entertain their guests.

 

Your wedding guests will love it if you add some destination details to your day like Laura and Ramin did; getting married abroad is truly unique and by showcasing the lovely local style you will really give your wedding party a day to remember.

 

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