You Cinco De May Kiss the Bride: A Look Inside a Festive Mexican Wedding

Photo by: TheGoodness.com
The Invitations
The first step in an event's overall aesthetic is, of course, the invitations; these utilize color, typeface, and creative incorporation of cultural ... more 
Photo by: TheGoodness.com
The Invitations
The first step in an event's overall aesthetic is, of course, the invitations; these utilize color, typeface, and creative incorporation of cultural artifacts to set the mood.
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Fri, May 3, 2013 4:01 PM EDT
Since Cinco de Mayo is right around the corner, I was inspired and determined to search for weddings that celebrated not only love, but the Mexican culture. That's when I came across Luis and Lizeth's Cinco de Mayo wedding. Photographed by TheGoodness.com, I knew I had to share their wedding day with you. I am kind of obsessed with this wedding. I wish I would've thought of this! I think when it comes to planning the perfect day, we sometimes forget to add our personality and where we come from. This is something Luis and Lizeth did not forget. The Goodness designed their save the dates, invitations, programs and guestbook. The Loteria (Mexican Bingo) card idea is awesome! I'm kind of sad I don't know this couple and wasn't invited to this cool wedding.


- By Monique Frausto



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