Salina and Alejandro’s Catholic Mexican wedding is full of rich greenery with a traditional black and white color palette. We think it’s safe to say that Salina and Alejandro were destined to be lovers. The couple started their long-time friendship when they were just kids at the beach. Salina and her family planned an annual trip to South Padre Island, where she first met Alejandro. Once a year, Salina and Alejandro picked up where they left off and developed a strong friendship. The couple both attended the same college, but their friendship only went as far as meeting up for a quick lunch to catch up. Postgrad, the two went their separate ways but would always see each other every summer back at the beach. Finally, after years of knowing one another, they decided to give a relationship a try. After seven years together and one pandemic later, Salina and Alejandro tied the knot with their closest family and friends.
Salina and Alejandro planned their intimate October wedding with a traditional and modern black and white color palette with gold accents and luscious greenery. Their wedding day began bright and early for Salina and her bridesmaids as they got ready with Think Brink Beauty. After getting all glammed up, it was finally time to head to the church for the ceremony. Salina’s priest, whom she has known since childhood, married the two in front of their family and friends. The couple hadn’t seen most of their loved ones in over a year. Therefore, their wedding felt extra special, reuniting with all their friends and family. After the intimate ceremony, guests made their way to happy hour. A fun surprise and hit for the guests was the casino the venue had set up for guests to enjoy. Salina jokes, “If we hadn’t shut it down- we could have stayed in there all night.” Fortunately, everyone made it to their beautiful reception with food, drinks, and lots of dancing. The talented Reagan Wright Photography captured every detail of Salina and Alejandro’s special day. You don’t want to miss a single detail, so keep scrolling!
Salina and Alejandro’s Favorite Wedding Detail:
“AJ and I both grew up Mexican-American, and it was extremely important to the both of us to have a traditional Catholic-Mexican wedding. For this, it included padrinos that were made up of our aunts and uncles, in addition to mariachis at our reception.”
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