A Traditional Mexican Ranch Style Wedding in Long Beach

Colorful, bright and cheery… this traditional ranchero styled wedding in Long Beach was put together  with tlc, the bride Denise  created the entire event herself from start to finish (with the help of family and friends)  from handmade colorful paper flowers to hanging doilies, to beautiful traditional  serape blankets covering the table tops,  and the beautiful hand crafted folk pottery known in mexican culture, home made mexican food completed this wonderful fiesta!

Bridesmaids wore traditional peasant dresses, bought at Placita Olvera,  whilst the bride had her gown custom tailor made by Adan Terriquez, The groom completed the look with his traditional charro outfit.

The reception was held at the LBPOA, with the sounds of  “Banda La Juvenil “, Cake artist Gloria Holdgege of Mini Bites, Make up by Irma Nieves.


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9 Responses to “A Traditional Mexican Ranch Style Wedding in Long Beach”
  1. Anonymous says:

    I have looked everywhere for an unglazed Terra Cotta vase…does anyone know where to find one?

  2. anonymous says:

    Where could I find a dress like the bridesmaids’ dresses?

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  4. Anonymous says:

    Beautiful and fun!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Love it!

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