Ashley & Andrew’s Dreamy Tulum Wedding

Ashley and Andrew live in New York. I live in California and they wanted the destination wedding of their dreams in Tulum, Mexico. It doesn’t sound like an ideal match, but let me tell you. I became instant friends with these two in the many months leading up to their big day. We talked, facetimed, and texted constantly and their wedding was truly one for the memory books. I’m hoping me and the hubs can make it out to NYC one of these days and cash in that sushi date with Ashley & Andrew!

For their vision – they wanted something with a tropical setting, but with classic details. Ceremony on the water with palm trees nearby, with rustic wood tables and luscious greenery and soft whites and pinks for the florals. The perfect mix of tropical meets classic/elegant wedding. Everything turned out so beautifully – it was such a magical weekend! Make sure to scroll through to the end to watch their epic wedding video.

I mean… isn’t she the MOST stunning bride ever?!

For the escort card wall, Ashley and Andrew really wanted to make their guests feel special and thank them for all they have done in their lives… as well as travelled so far to celebrate their love, so they decided to write individual notes to EVERY ONE of their guests. We got the cards and the envelopes and printed the notes on each card for the guests and on the back of the card it showed what table they were at. The guests couldn’t believe they all got a personalized note and everyone spent the whole cocktail hour gushing over their notes and seeing others.

Design & Coordination: Tasteful Tatters // Venue: Akiin Beach Club // Photography: Francisco Salas // Rentals & Lighting : Gama Group // Tabletop rentals: Archive Rentals // Hair & Makeup: Zoe Elizabeth // Flowers: Eve Claisse // Video: DreamCatcher Film // Catering: Akiin Beach Club


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