Elda & David met each other during their college days when they were studying gastronomy. David was a serious and shy guy, but finally opened up when he found the love of his life and their journey of life bought them together to Viñedos Azteca to say ‘I do.
Initially, the couple wanted to get married at the beach, but Evelyn spotted that they both are huge lovers of wine and suggested a Vineyard wedding, and the couple instantly liked the idea.
The guests came from different countries mostly from Monterrey, Mexico City, and Tampico, and hence the planner wanted to give their guests a complete regional experience. There were plenty of wine bottles hanging from floral arches and from a Pérgola, near the Cheese Table. The nuptials started at the main church in Tequisquiapan, Querétaro and then moved to a picturesque lakeside vineyard where the sky and the sun along with friends and family became witness to their eternal love.
The color palette was a vision of the bride’s imagination as she wanted something Mexican, but not traditional. There were bright colored flowers used for the decor and catering setup and the end result turned out to be beautiful. The bride and the guests loved the blend of traditional along with modern.
The cocktail was held in a three-lined garden where the guests walked through the stables of the vineyard. Fresh fruit cocktails were served in the shades of trees as a refreshment. This wedding witnessed 100% attendance although being a destination wedding where the guests from different regions don’t usually turn up shows that the guests love this couple and loved the whole idea of a vineyard wedding.
Design, Planning, and Coordination: Event Flow by Evelyn Paz
Venue: Viñedos Azteca
Catering: Casa Zapori Banquetes
Floral Artist: Albaricoque Atelier Floral