Wedding Receptions in Cornwall and Devon

Mexican Themed Wedding

Mexican Fiesta!

Itís an explosion of colour and fun at this Mexicana-meets-tropical fusion shoot

Big, bold and bright are the key design elements in this Mexican-inspired styled shoot. Fused with tropical and bohemian influences, the Day of the Dead styling is dramatic, colourful and unapologetic in its sense of fun.

A three-tiered cake adorned with ribbons and piled high with exotic flowers stands proud in the Orangery of Deer Park Country House, which is brimming with a carnival of dazzling details that combine to dramatic effect. Dyed pineapple leaves, mini cactus favours and coloured glass bring a South American flavour, with painted ceramics and a brilliant palette of red, yellow and purple brightening every scene.

The strong colours continue in the stationery and flamboyant floral arrangements, interspersed with the sweetest addition of mini pineapples, citrus fruits and pomegranates, ensuring bright hues and zesty flavours run through the key elements. Flickering candlelight, patterned floor cushions, vintage furnishings and an antique lace gown add an atmospheric, bohemian mood, completing the character-filled aesthetic.

words Lucy Higgins

Photography Venetia Norrington Photography
Venue Deer Park Country House Hotel
Styling Jeremy Fifield at House of Hud
Jennie Stogdon at The Pop-Up Dining Room
Grace Barrington
Cake Jennie Stogdon at The Pop-Up Dining Room
Models Ewelina Borkowska, Ashley Dorking
Props The Prop Factory The Donkey Sanctuary
Hair & make-up Jai Prettejohn at
Giselle Michel-Gendre
Eve Ashby
Flowers Phillip Corps
Plants Palm Traders Cactus Shop
Stationery Anon Design Studio
Jewellery The Lucky Sixpence
Dress Days of Grace Vintage
Suit Richard Paul Menswear
Lighting Leo Sound

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