Ori and Juliette decided on a destination wedding in Mexico because of the couple’s close ties to the area. Juliette shared with us a bit about her upbringing. “I grew up in Guadalajara and my dream was to get married in my hometown. Also, I always wanted to get married on the synagogue my parents got married at.” Such a sweet sentiment! And so their big day began…
The bride wore a formal gown with a lush white bouquet paired with socks and sparkling sneakers! Love!
She later donned a pair of hot high heels too!
This wedding was certainly a family affair, right down to the ceremony site!
The color palette for the day? “We love classics, so we wanted to have a romantic and classic event, we chose ivory, gray and nude as our palate on every detail of the wedding.”
And at the reception, a nod to the day they got engaged. “We got engaged in Paris, so we wanted to create a similar atmosphere, therefore we hung floor to ceiling photos of the engagement on three walls of the ballroom.”
Paris may have been some of the inspiration, but Mexico certainly played a part too as mariachis serenaded the group and dancers wowed the crowd.
A perfect blend of cultures and a fabulous night for all!
Congratulations to the newlyweds!
Destination Wedding Photographer: Bwright Photography
Wedding Vendors: Ceremony Venue: Beth-Shalom Synagogue, Reception Venue + Caterer: Camino Real Guadalajara, Wedding Planner: Fabiola Alferez, Wedding Dress: Maggie Sottero