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Spiritual Seductive Tulum Elopement Inspired by Mother Nature

Are. You. Ready?

Jacqueline and Dougal’s elopement in Tulum was next level. I don’t often use the word ‘sexy’ because it usually makes me want to vom, but this wedding was undeniably sexy in a brilliant and powerful way, harnessing the earth’s natural energy for their traditional Mayan ceremony.

“Our theme was Mother Nature and essentially being tied to the earth and the universe.” Jacqueline explains. “It was held at the beautiful Cenote Azul by Playa Del Carmen, which was so dreamy and special. As soon as we arrived at the cenote, we were instantly calm and overwhelmed with joy and happiness. It’s such a spiritual place and there was so much good energy.”

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Tuscan Pool Party Wedding With a Frida Kahlo Bride & All the Guests in White

Round here, we all know that you don’t have to wear white to your wedding – Rock n Roll Bride couples adorn themselves in all colours of the rainbow! Here’s a couple that did just that by wearing outfits in warm tones of blue, but the twist was that they asked their guests to be the ones wearing white! It’s a stylish move (well, they are fashion designers), and everyone looked so bright and glamorous.

Silvia and Paolo married in the countryside of Tuscany in July. The emotional ceremony happened in the small medieval borgo Pozzo della Chiana, not far from Arezzo. The bride said, “It was very intense. We were improvising our vows, so we made everyone cry!”

Their wedding outfits were a last-minute surprise, not only for the guests, but also the bride and groom decided to keep it a secret how they would dress, even from each other. Silvia said, “Just think that even until the last moment me and Paolo also didn’t know what colour the other one would be wearing.” It turned out that they complemented each other perfectly, which didn’t surprise any of their friends or family. Photographer Magdelena of Fotomagoria said, “We all saw it as proof of how perfectly they know each other and feel the same vibes. The stunning bride was a contemporary mixture of Frida Kahlo and Cinderella in her blue gown. The small flower girls, or rice girls as they call them here because we throw the rice at the newlyweds as they exit the church, also wore blue. It was all just stunning, full of tears and full of children who were playing and running around freely.”

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