-AS SEEN IN BRIDAL GUIDE MAGAZINE-
The century-old event space, Goncanseco, is a former warehouse.
A masterful mix of rose, burgundy and amber tones.
1. The handmade invitations were crafted with recycled paper.
The bridal bouquet of burgundy dahlias, amaranthus and local zinnias.
A custom-made papel picado folk-art banner by Jazmin Morales served as the ceremony backdrop.
A candlelit corner.
A grand piano swagged in garlands signals that it's time to dance.
"The custom-made dinnerware echoes the venue's adobe walls,” says event designer Lola del Campo.
Creative force Lola del Campo working her magic.
Even the restrooms were dressed in flowers.
Mango popsicles from Citlamina del Sabor were wrapped in leaves.
Beverages on wheels.
The tiered red velvet cake.
Creative direction, planning & florals: Lola del Campo Events
Photography: Romana Lilac of LA76 Photography
Folk art: @maracas_maracas