Mescal Inspired Wedding Day

sno cones on the beach

A simple wedding on the beach turning out to be an all day- all night celebration.  Nick and Beatrice chose the beautiful beach in Manuel Antonio for their wedding.  Everything started early in the morning.

The day was beautiful and the decor was all white.  Babies Breath buches were on the end chairs which outlined the aisle.  Guests came from all over the world to be part of the celebration.  After the ceremony coconuts were served to the guests and photos were taken on the beach.  It was a hot day and a water ice cart came by to help the guests cool off.  swag ceremony decor baby's breath on aisle chairs coconut drinksNow it was time for another activity.  Buses picked up the guests and took them to the Marina in Quepos to board a catamaran. They looked for dophins, danced, swam, snorkeled and had lots to eat and drink.  Docking at sunset the guests moved on to their hotels to get ready for the reception.  wedding party on a catamaran



For a change of pace the reception at Karola’s featured lush tropical colors and mescal.  Beatrice developed a taste for this when visiting Mexico.  Guests looked for their names on flags which were placed in a lime on each shot glass. 
mini pineapples on napkins cigars tropical tableJust as everyone was winding down with the last dances from the DJ the sound of drums and whistles were heard.  A surprise carnival group had arrived to get everyone on their feet.  A great way to end a fabulous carnival groupwedding carnival manuel antonioTheir story was featured in the San Francisco Chronicle

Thanks to Eduardo Lopez for the capturing the photos of this wedding.




2 thoughts on “Mescal Inspired Wedding Day

  1. We are going to be visiting Costa Rica
    In Oct and was trying to see how much a simple renew of vows would be
    Just the Ceremony!
    Thank you

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