Friday, April 8, 2011

{Real Wedding Round Up} Mexican Flair in Santa Ynez | Old San Juan Wedding | Summery Beach Nuptials

An around the net Real Wedding Round Up is my favorite type of post, cause I get to bring you BEAUTIFUL pictures and highlight amazing photographers and other great websites....I know, I know...we are supposed to keep our readers to ourselves but I have to admit deLovely Affair can do a lot of things but there are also some damn good wedding blogs out there. 

With that said, here are our choices for the best of the best in {REAL WEDDINGS} this week!

Santa Ynez Wedding from Linda Chaja Photography 
Original post found at The Wedding Chicks

You know I simply {lovesouth of the border inspired weddings...they make my heart yearn for sun, color and spicy food...with a little bit of sassy dancing to a mariachi band thrown in there.  In this case both bride and groom are of Mexican descent and their celebration is a perfect combination of old world inspiration and current wedding trends.  We love this Real Wedding for its gorgeous colors - just look at the pop of that bridal bouquet against her dress, its traditional twist on modern - the bride's layed crystal necklace steals my heart and the groom is dashing in his khaki suit, and its homage to cultural customs - from the mantilla veil to the Mexican sweets and treats.  

This is my first experience with Linda Chaja Photography but I am already smitten. You can find the rest of this Real Wedding, HERE.

Original post found at ISPWP (International Society of Professional Wedding Photographers) 

If you have ever been to Puerto Rico, there are three things you will remember: the warmth of her people, the deliciousness of the food and the absolutely stunning, gorgeous views and scenery; this wedding locale is no exception. It simply takes your breath away.  So in honor of deLovely Affair Team Member Miss Aimee, whose sweetie's family is from Puerto Rico, we give you this loverly wedding. STAY TUNED FOR ALL THINGS PUERTO RICO COMING VERY SOON!

Historical Fort San Felipe del Morro is a 16th-century citadel located on the northwestern-most point of the islet of San Juan and was built to defend the old city from seaborne enemies. In 1983, it was declared a World Heritage Site by the United Nations and sees over 2 million visitors a year. A perfect location for a early evening wedding, this Real Wedding by photographer Orlando Negron is an excellent example of how choice of venue and location can make all the difference. This celebration will not soon be forgotten.  Check HERE for the rest of the images.

Super Sweet Beach Wedding from Next Exit Photography in LA (my new home in 1.5 months..woot!)
Original post found at Engaged and Inspired

This wedding is just super sweet and makes me happy...the yellow and white theme, the beach, the adorably unfussy couple, in a super casual atmosphere made just for makes me want to cry and run down the beach in my wedding dress all in the same moment. Sigh. Summer, here we come...let's get through spring first. The flowers look fresh off the farm in a palette anyone can love...I know I you? Leave us a comment and let us know. And if you want more, go HERE for the rest of the best. I am also currently in LOVE with Next Exit Photography, you should check them out, only AFTER you finish this post.

Love it, love it all, can't wait to do it again in Brazil. Yeah that's right Wedding #2 and you get front row seats!

Peace and love and all that jazz.  Go with the good stuff, peoples!

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