Destination Wedding Design Process

April 10, 2017  |  Planning Process
Once we've defined the most important aspects of the destination wedding experience, and the overall look we want to achieve, we move forward presenting an initial decor and style mood. It comes in form of a board, with concepts, a color palette and initial inspiration. This helps us get more accurate ideas about the direction we'll take, and it also helps our clients understand how things will go as far as decor decisions. Once we share this with our clients, we can start working on putting together the team of vendors that be part of the wedding.  
It's important to mention that we don't work with a list of vendors that our clients choose from. We manage and filter wedding vendors, and while clients make most of final decisions, we are pretty set about working with teams we know and respect. The only way we can deliver the event and the results we've committed to, is by working with our selected wedding professionals.
The third part of the design process is presentation of the actual design, this comes in the form a table mock-up. This happens personally if you are in the destination during that time, or we send you photos if you aren't. This presentation includes the decor elements we'll have at the table, the linens, textures, colors and furniture that will be part of the setting.
Planning a destination wedding doesn't provide with instant gratification all the time, but building trust and working with a solid wedding planning process is how we're able to deliver our promises.  
Saraí Flores
wedding photos by Elizabeth Medina 
flowers by Natural Pina  
wedding venue at Las Ventanas al Paraiso 
Wedding ceremony on first board by Details Details
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