Third of march at Casa Nulum in Tulum.. Congrats’ to Lauren and Tony !
Day and night in a Ocean front house located in a beautiful natural environment of UNESCO “Sian Ka’an” .. in the same time design and traditional style with a nice Palapa roof. An experience ? Sure. Middle of nowhere.. Jungle on one side, Caribbean sea on the other side..
Lauren & Tony tied the knot on this unforgettable day..!
Here are the photo of Casa Nulum
What about the Wedding ? 45 people celebrating 1 union by the law of the ancestral Maya.. Following the ritual was an unique experience !
Surrounded by the guests and placed in the center of the forth symbolic cardinal points.. from the South (Spiritual guidance) to the North (Purification).. from the East (Love) to the West (Protection).. the Chaman casted one cosmic energy around the unification.
…to finish on a sunday morning with real coco drinks
..and enjoying a meal at “El Tabano” on the beach coast of Tulum. A nice restaurant that we totally recommend to you !
And thanks to 100 Layer Cake Blog to share some nice pictures and stories about weddings !
Mayan Ceremony, Tulum Beach, Wedding Photos
Beverly & Brandon are from California. They actually live in New Zealand and chose the wonderful Jashita hotel in Soliman Bay, Tulum to celebrate with their friends and families. So unique! Wonderful live music with Camilo Nu for a cocktail on the deck facing the ocean.
The dinner was amazing with a personalized menu and californian wines. Finally, DJ Fermix made it unforgettable with its bests songs and kept the friends dancing around the pool till the end of the night!
Congratulations to Beverly & Brandon!
Wedding News, Wedding Photos
We are happy to introduce you Wedding Paper Divas, a new partner of our Wedding vendors as card designers ! In few words… They can customize your dreaming souvenir card as a “Thank you” for attending your wedding.
“Thank you card ?” You are just coming back from your honeymoon so happy of having shared all these moments with your friends and families and being over with the planning ! Keep in mind there is one more thing to do- send out your thank you cards. It is often the most overlooked component of your wedding but it is extremely important. It could be a nice opportunity for you to show your guests how much you appreciate them for joining you in your very special day.
Number one question ? “When should they be sent?” Brides and grooms should wait no more than 6-8 weeks after the ceremony to send their wedding thank you cards, but of course the sooner the better.
Content ? Sometimes this can be a daunting task for couples but make sure to greet the guest, express your gratitude, be specific about the gift, and take them for attending (or for thinking of you if they couldn’t make it).
Addressing and Sending ? Families, address to Mr. And Mrs. If you are close with them use their first names inside the card or if you are not that close use the same salutation inside. Then, make sure to hand stamp every note as prepaid postage techniques are too impersonal. Once you follow these basic etiquette tips sending out thank you cards should be a breeze..
These are some of our favorite “Thank you” cards from Wedding Paper Divas
See you soon in Tulum !
The story truly started on a certain 12 of January 2012. Surrounded by the Caribbean sea on one side and the ancestral jungle of Mayas on the other side.. Flowers and ring… Filip and Marketa engaged themselves on the beach of Tulum ! Keep the memories !
Felicidades a los novios Filip y Marketa !
Tulum Beach, Tulum Hotel, Wedding News, Wedding Photos, Wedding Testimonials