Get ready for some serious gorgeousness. Judy and Kyle were gorgeous, the setting was gorgeous, the decor was gorgeous and the photography? Oh. My. Goodness. GORGEOUS! Husband and wife team Two Mann Studios captured the day with stunning images. Just wow! No wonder they’ve been named Number 1 wedding photographers in Canada four times in a row!
The ceremony took place on the rooftop deck at Punto de Vista, one of our favourite locations for weddings. We kept the palette simple – bright fuchsia petals and fabric, white clear discs and floating candles with more rose petals suspended in the cylinders. Rustic wooden benches rounded out the look.
Love how the fuchsia pops against the girl’s bright mango dresses!
Keeping with the rustic theme, we had a tub full of beer, handpainted bar menu and grey-striped paper straws in a mason jar.
Dinner was held on the 4th floor terrace. Long imperial tables were dressed with ivory tablecloths, a lovely grey Chevron runner Judy brought from Canada, and flowers in peach, pink and fuchsia nestled in silver and glass vases. Mercury candles topped off the vintage look while silver hobnail glass chargers gave a touch of elegance. Pink napkins added a punch of colour and the menus, created by a friend of the couple, featured a festive little Toucan!
It’s no wonder Manuel Antonio beach was voted #1 beach in Central America by TripAdvisor!
The dining terrace at the last bit of sunset. We’d strung lines of twinkle lights in the ceiling and fashioned light shades out of doilies, in keeping with the vintage vibe.
Guests were treated to a late night snack of homemade chocolate chip cookies and a shot of milk.
After a hot night of dancing up a storm, it’s inevitable everyone ends up in the pool – bride and groom included!
Congratulations Judy and Kyle! Such a pleasure working with you. What a gorgeous wedding and couple!