Cinco de Mayo happens to be one of my favorite holidays (who can resist the fun-filled festivities and yummy cuisine?), so when I read that this darling duo decided to throw their Big Day bash amongst those May 5th celebrations, I knew I was going to LOVE their wedding. A wedding that was not only held on one of my fave days, but incorporated Spanish-inspired design from Foster Blue and Southwestern cuisine, too. That’s what we call a trifecta of wedding goodness and you can see it all captured by Tracy Autem in the full gallery.
From Foster Blue… Ashley and Chance Adair wanted a fun and Spanish influenced wedding on Cinco De Mayo. We set out with lace wrapped glass container with Spanish lace and added pink and pale pink peonies. They were married outside under the beautiful blue sky and then we had a very Southwest influenced dinner. Then we had the Horn session take them outside down the stairs under the cafe lights and dance the night away. We add some Spanish elements to the cake and cake table. These two are a fun fun couple. We had a lot of fun playing with his name Chance.. we even made chance cards to set out on the cocktail tables, as well as playing with Chance on the engagement shoot.
Photography: Tracy Autem Photography | Floral Design: Signature Productions | Event Design + Planning: Foster Blue | Ceremony + Reception Venue: Aristide Event Center | Cinematography: Austin Walton Productions | Invitations: The Inviting Ink | Catering: Oliver’s Fine Foods | Cake: Creme De La Creme | Transportation: My Vintage Limo | Band: LimeLight Band | Cafe Lights: Randy Ro Entertainment | Make up + Hair: Ingenue Hair Artistry | Wedding Dress: Jim Hjelm via De Ma Fille | Locket: Eastside Antiques