Natalia and Alejandro hosted their wedding ceremony and reception at the beachside, colonial Hacienda San Pancho in San Francisco, Mexico. The San Pancho beach is one of the many unique destination weddings locations not many consider. The hotel the couple chose was Hacienda San Pancho, notorious for its dark red walls, and contrasting banana leaves and palm trees.
Beach locations in Mexico provide breathtaking tropical jungle backdrops, San Pancho did not disappoint. The couple’s wedding portraits were adorned with the most remarkable palm foliage, creating exquisitely effortless and elegant photographs. The florist, Michelle Pourroy, added final touches of white flowers to lift the day, staying true to less is more, given the already spectacular atmosphere.
Natalia and Alejandro hosted their ceremony on the light, sandy beach with the clear ocean as a background. The Mexican wedding planner, Titi Espinoza, did an incredible job making the entrance a tropical dream for every guest.
After a ceremony sunset ending, the guests enjoyed monogrammed fresh coconuts and a delicious dinner by the gastronomic sensation of the region, Corazón de Alcachofa. The couple then set the most loving and energetic mood for everyone to dance the night away cheered by all their loved ones. Music was put on by DJ Eduardo de León, and an after DJ with Salón Acapulco.
The couple celebrated their love union in January, a very good season to pick a Pacific Coast wedding destination in Mexico. The weather is not too hot and evenings cool down with a night summer-like breeze.
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