Destination weddings, too, feel different now that many events involve strong planning considerations due to coronavirus. Nevertheless, we continue to press on! Today’s ultra mod boho elopement inspiration is fueled by the endurance of curated wedding celebrations, and the pure beauty of modern Mexico.
With a dynamic team of binational, Mexico-based wedding professionals, these artists have one focus; planning + designing gorgeous destination weddings in the wake of Coronavirus…even those that offer high tech, live streaming services so that guests can participate in the festivities from abroad!
All of the products used in this editorial, planned + designed by Nicoella Events are made by small businesses in Mexico! Here’s the day from the lens of Kape Photography:
From Mexico, With Love
What an absolute vision! And these neutral florals are taking our breath away, too! Floweriize is one of the leading floral designers based in Mexico City. Most of the flowers used in their designs are grown by the companies founder, Jimena Garduño, in her rooftop greenhouse in the middle of bustling Mexico City! Just amazing.
Ultra Mod Bride
This earthy, neutral wedding bouquet is one for the books. We love the predominate array of blooms.
A stylish groom is our favorite groom! This bright, casual outfit from ZARA is soo good against the boho details of the ceremony setup. We are also very into the man bun 🙂
Dreamy Elopement Ceremony Setup
Both of the bride’s modern wedding dresses from And Something Blue just scream sophistication.
This is the second seemingly effortless, but oh-so amazing hair + makeup look by Ella Leyva.
Proyecto Publico Prim in an architectural gem – a somewhat unrestored mansion covered in greenery. It is the venue that hosts the best parties for Mexico City’s Design Week, and houses multiple working art studios. We’re obsessed with its gorgeous patina!
Made in Mexico
How rad are these chairs from Leon Leon Design?! Love the mod boho twist.
Blown away by the Mexican ceramics from Popdots. We love the speckled pattern with this modern boho vibe!
We’re all smiles, too! Lovin’ those sweet, bridal sandals from ASOS.
This elopement inspiration from Mexico is pure bliss! What’s more is, it’s coming from a group of artists + companies that are committed to social justice and use fair trade products. Just an absolute win!
If you’re lookin’ to get #bohoinmexico, check out these 4 tips for an unforgettable destination wedding in Mexico!
photography: Kape Photography // venue name: Proyecto Public Prim, Mexico City, Districto Federal, Mexico // event design: Nicoella Events // planning: Nicoella Events // florals: Floweriize // wedding dress boutique: And Something Blue // bride’s shoes: ASOS // hair stylist: Ella Leyva // makeup artist: Ella Leyva // groom attire: Zara // videography: One Cameraman // tabletop rentals: Utilitario Mexicano // furniture rentals: Leon Leon Design // specialty rentals: Potdots // models: Jimena De Aparicio