Everything about this lavender and gold Florida wedding captured by ArtPhotoSoul Photographers is gorgeous! Filled with the vibrancy, love and fun that is ingrained in the bride and groom’s Cuban and Argentinian cultures, you’re not only going to be inspired, but you’ll want to get up and celebrate too!
What (or who) helped you most in your planning process and/or on your wedding day?
Who helped me the most with the planning of our special day was my husband!. He was very involved, making calls, answering emails, coming to every appointment, he was awesome…as a joke I would call him groomzilla…couldn’t have done it without his support. We truly enjoyed the whole process and had a blast planning our wedding
What was the most important thing to you when deciding who to work with for your wedding?
When choosing our vendors it was most important to us to feel a connection with those who would be part of our day..we obviously were looking for good prices and quality but most importantly we were looking at the person, their qualities and how they made us feel when we met them, that “click”..
What was your inspiration for your wedding details and/or design?
I am from Argentina and my husband’s roots are Cuban, so we wanted to show our heritage during our wedding. We wanted a mix of cuban and Argentinean culture, It was all revealed with our food,a “caja china” pig roast, an Argentinean bbq, lots of salsa music, our tango dancers and my dress which I bought back home in Argentina. We also had a domino table and cigar rollers during our reception
What was your favorite thing about your wedding?
Honestly my favorite thing about our wedding was my groom :) I loved having our friends and family all gathered and most importantly our marriage through the church that was extremely emotional for us
What is your best piece of advice for other brides?
Best piece of advice for other brides is to take pictures before the ceremony, we did our first look and family portraits before heading to the church and it was the best thing we could have possibly done. Because of that we were so relaxed and able to enjoy our full cocktail hour and reception with all our guests. Everyone came up to us after saying how great that was, that we spend good quality time with everyone
Aren’t the colors lovely? And the fact that the bride and groom infused their cultures into their wedding is amazing- that is always so much fun at a reception!
So are any of you incorporating your culture into your wedding reception? What will you be doing?