I am completely in love with the love in this next wedding.  This bride and groom wanted to honor their Mexican and Irish heritage on their big day.  So they produced a multicultural San Antonio wedding that embodies and celebrates both of their backgrounds. The floral designer, Tuscan Rose, did an amazing job incorporating blue and green in the floral arrangements.  And the venue selection could not have been more stunning...I mean, did you see that church?!  Finally, what would an Irish-Mexican wedding be without a bagpipe player and a Mariachi band.  Katherine O'Brien performed her magic again (see more of her amazing work here and here) and captured every love-filled moment.  Hop on over the gallery to see even more.

From the Bride and Groom...Our goal was to have a wedding that celebrated the union of two different ethnicities, Mexican and Irish.  Additionally, we didn't want the wedding to be cookie cutter, and look like every other wedding we have been to or seen on television-we wanted it to represent us.  We chose to go with more natural tones, preferring green flowers as the main attraction for everything, with accents in white or blue.  Green was a big theme for the wedding, as it is common to both the Irish and Mexican flags.  We had green uplighting and even had a wedding logo created that was based on the Aztec calendar, but in green and with Irish elements added to it.  The result was beautiful.  Everything had a natural feel to it, nothing too frilly or over the top, except the fun had by all.