Renae and Nick come down from the Great White North to celebrate their wedding at Casa Las Brisas in Manuel Antonio. It was an event filled with love and laughter and loads of fun style. Huge props to El Velo Photography for capturing all the loveliness.
Love her bouquet of freesia, eucalyptus, orchids and roses! Great textures.
Using a palette of mint, yellow, grey and old gold, we wove in touches of burlap and lace to give a rustic feel. These bridesmaids bouquets have a cheery collection of lisianthus, freesia and eucalyptus.
The terrace at Casa Las Brisas has a stunning view of the Pacific Ocean and surrounding rainforest. A driftwood altar featured a touch of freesias, roses and eucalyptus, the aisle outlined by yellow rose petals and colourful parasols kept guests shaded from the bright tropical sun.
A single phalaenopsis orchid with a touch of rosemary and a mum for a boutonniere.
Such fun bridesmaids dresses, perfect for the heat. And that blue just pops against the yellow flowers.
Ahh, Manuel Antonio beach. Such a picturesque setting for wedding portraits.
Nick looking dapper.
Renae looking so lovely.
During the cocktail hour and photo session, we switched out the terrace from ceremony to dinner setting. Light grey linens were paired with light blue napkins wrapped with a lace ring. White lanterns, mason jars and Chiavari chairs added a vintage touch while freesias, roses and lisianthus in bright yellows added a charge of colour. Strings of Christmas lights overhead and coloured uplighting around the terrace’s perimeter created a magical glow.
Mmm, cake! A lace wrapped two-layer cake, with touches of succulents, lisianthus, orchids and mums sat atop a sparkly gold glitter cake stand as the piece de resistance.
Felicidades to Renae and Nick – many happy, fun-filled years together and mil gracias for allowing us to be a part of your celebration!!