Dried Palms + Brown Wooden Elements for This Mexican Micro Wedding

Mexico Micro Wedding

OOOOO this wedding, you guys! Where do we even begin?? We’ve loved getting to see how our couples were able to change up their plans from big bash to micro wedding and this one is no different. When Covid came around and Lindsay + Pedro knew their large Mexican wedding day would have to look a little different, they embraced it and created some MAG-IC! Nicoella Events, with a team of all Mexico-based vendors, helped the couple execute a day that honored Mexican landscapes and tradition while incorporating modern and masculine details.

We wanted to host a huge wedding with all of our family and friends. But when that didn’t seem possible with COVID, we switched gears and decided to focus on an intimate wedding with our closest family and friends in a place close to our hearts, San Miguel de Allende. The ceremony was just the two of us at our friend’s stunning new house, Casa Eterea. It was very sweet. Then we joined friends for dinner cooked by our friend, Donnie of the Restaurant. He even sat down with us to eat. Pedro, being a DJ from Mexico City, made all of the playlists for the night which was special because we met when he was DJing.

Come with us and let’s take a peek through the lens of Eager Hearts Photography!

Bridal Beauty

blush rose bouquet

You know L has major style when she had Ella Leyva create a silver leaf makeup look! Talk about glam!

gold bridal boots

umm… these boots were made for MORE than walking!!!

Mirrored Micro Wedding Venue

Mexico Micro Wedding

L + P asked two of their closest friends to host their wedding festivities. The first home, a modern and mirrored wonder, reflected the raw and rugged landscape of Mexico so beautifully.

Mexico Micro Wedding

To complement the setting, Floweriize mixed dried and fresh blooms to create organic flower arrangements that seemed to grow up right there from the land.

What to Wear for a Micro Wedding

Mexico Micro Wedding

Mexico Micro Wedding

Our Favorite Memory From The Wedding

The whole day was magical and intimate, so different that what I had imagined as most weddings in Mexico are really large. We got to focus on each other. Sharing our vows with the reflection of us and the surrounding nature at Casa Eterea was incredible.

Mexico Micro Wedding

L donned a gorgeously sleek silk gown from Va de Blanco for the ceremony. The perfect contrast to the dramatic backdrop and her glam makeup look.

Mexico Micro Wedding

gray suit groom

P, the cool guy that he is, rocked a patterned Zara suit and Luxxe Mx boots.

Mexico Micro Wedding

Our Musical Choices



First Dance: Pedro's favorite music genre is Nu Disco Funk, so that is what we played during dinner :)

Intimate Micro Wedding Dinner Party

floral fountain install

Mexico Micro Wedding

Post ceremony, L + P sat down to an intimate dinner with their closest friends. It was catered by The Restaurant and the decor was modern, but still reflected the natural and earthy vibes of Mexico with furniture rentals from Etcetera SMA.

Mexico Micro Wedding

The lighten the heavy wood and dark metallics, L + P brought in light and neutral tabletop rentals from Butterfly Linens and Rachel Horn Interiors.

black candle hodlers

Mexico Micro Wedding

If you’re loving this look of bright neutrals paired with wood, stone, cement and dark black accents, check out our roundup of Masculine Wedding Decor ideas to see more!

Mexico Micro Wedding

Mexico Micro Wedding

Our Advice To Those Planning Now

COVID doesn't mean that celebrations as we know it is over. We actually really appreciated the intimate nature of our wedding. It was special and focused. And we know when the pandemic is over that we can have a huge party if we want to.

Mexico Micro Wedding

Totally perfect example of how to gracefully transition from a large, blowout event to a more intimate micro wedding. Congratulations Lindsay + Pedro! You’re day is stunning and we are wishing you both a blissful and love-filled marriage! -The GWS Team

photography: Eager Hearts Photography // venue name: Casa Eterea, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico // event design: Nicoella Events // planning: Nicoella Events // florals: Floweriize // wedding dress boutique: Va de Blanco // hair stylist: Ella Leyva // makeup artist: Ella Leyva // groom attire: Zara // groom's shoes: Luxxe Mx // catering: The Restaurant // furniture rentals: Etcetera SMA // linen rentals: Butterfly Linens // specialty rentals: Rachel Horn Interiors