She hand made each and every flower. Every bouquet, boutonniere, and centerpiece. Each one took time, there was no cutting corners. And her wedding day got just a little closer each time she finished one. The excitement grew every time a flower was done. Until finally, her wedding day arrived.
Cinco do Mayo isn’t all that different. It has a set of traditions, such as decorating with paper flowers that help to make it fun and unique. In fact, for over 200 years the bright tissue paper flowers have been used in celebration, to decorate churches and alters.
So when Dulce and Bryan decided to get married on Cinco de Mayo it gave them one thing they wouldn’t have had any other day – lots and lots of options when it came to what traditions they wanted to include.
And if you ever have the opportunity to include a piñata at your reception – we’ll, let’s just say it’s definitely worth considering!
We had so much fun celebrating with Dulce, Bryan and all of their friends and family that we ended up staying the entire night, even after photos were long done. There was no where else we’d rather have been than on that rooftop, dancing the night away!
Dulce and Bryan, thank you so much for including us in your day. This wedding had so many “firsts” for us, and we truly loved every second of it! We loved meeting so many of your kind friends who adore you both, and seeing so much of your unique love shine through the entire day. It truly is a wedding we will never forget and we wish you both all of the happiness in the world!