Amelie and Chris


Congratulations to this stunning couple! We watched them exchange vows at the beautiful “Puerta del Cielo” chapel in HSA. The bride, originally from Colorado, and the groom originally from Baltimore, met in wonderful San Francisco, California; both are architects and possess a keen eye for colors and shapes.

It is no surprise that all the details to this wedding were so beautifully unique and creative. The couple added their very own personalized touch to the ceremony by including two vintage locks interlaced on one wooden disk; as a way to symbolize their union.

For the reception, they requested that we include sunset-colored watercolor accents to match the bridesmaids different color dresses, again, each one in a separate color inspired by the sunset. To bring it all together, the couple decided on an open-faced wedding cake decorated with natural flowers throughout the middle partition and filled with scrumptious passion fruit and kiwi. To add a little more of “Mexico,” the couple dazzled their guests with a Mariachi band during the cocktail hour, and then switched over to DJ music for the reception. All guests managed to truly experience our whimsical town of Puerto Vallarta, and participated in various activities as a means of celebration to our dear couple. It was a fun journey putting together this Puerto-Vallarta-Sunset-Inspired wedding… and to our luck, we had a beautiful sunset backdrop to match the decor.

Amelie and Chris, it’s been an honor. Eventives wishes you a lifetime of happiness!

Photo by Eva Sica – Avesol Photography
Flowers by Vodax

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