Andrea and Alejandro hosted a three-day weekend in one of Mexico’s crown jewels, the beautiful, colonial-era San Miguel de Allende. The celebration began at the main plaza with the neo-gothic, 17th century, Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel as a backdrop. San Miguel is renowned for its callejoneada weddings, where the bride and groom walk at the beginning of a some-what-like-procession with family and friends behind cheering, celebrating and singing along. Callejón means alley which refers to the colorful, narrow, cobblestone streets of San Miguel de Allende.
If you are looking for the perfect place to hold a high-spirited, vibrant and effervescent destination wedding in Mexico, San Miguel de Allende will meet your highest expectations. Think mariachi, sombreros, brightly colored dresses, burros, and any other prop you can come up with to make the day full of life.
Andrea and Alejandro ended their most striking and lively parade at an elegant restaurant location where guests enjoyed traditional food and drinks. The restaurant had an amazing rooftop that overlooked the whole town which was appreciated by guests with its yellow and orange colors. The couple’s closest family and friends sat at a small ceremony on the breathtaking rooftop to witness the civil part of Andrea and Alejandro’s wedding. As the bride and groom signed their papers to become husband and wife, the iconic parish gleamed in the distance creating one of the best views I have ever seen in the San Miguel de Allende town.
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