Emily and Abe wanted a small intimate wedding that really focused on the details of who they were as a couple. Rancho Valencia was the perfect setting because it already gave off the Spanish Hacienda feel which was the look Emily and Abe were going for.
Abe, the groom - being the talented artist he is - designed all the paper goods for the wedding. They were also huge dessert fans so their dessert display was very elaborate with key lime pies, churro flavored cupcakes, macaroons, cake pops and homemade mexican cookies. All beautifully planned out by LVL Weddings & Events. There are so many more beautiful images to see in the full gallery captured by Paula Luna.
We love all the details that Emily and Abe incorporated into their Spanish Style Wedding, especially the mini tequila bottles used as escort cards. You can choose any tequila, the couple went with small bottles of Patron Anejo Tequila for $8 a bottle, placed guests name and table numbers on natural paper and tied it around the bottle. Making for an easy yet festive escort card and wedding favor. Olé!
You definitley need to sit back, relax and watch Emily and Abe's film captured by one of our favorites Joel Serrato Films.
Photographer: Paula Luna
Cinematography: Joel Serrato Films
Coordinator: LVL Weddings & Events
Venue: Rancho Valencia
Linens: la tavola
Cake Pops: The Sugar Suite
Wedding Cake, Cupcakes and Pies: Elizabethan Desserts
Macarons: French Gourmet
Musician: George Witt | Stationery: Couple did it themselves