A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of meeting the super sweet Constance from Constance Curtis Events. She mentioned she was working on a photo shoot incorporating a churro bar! I thought that was such a fun idea to bring your favorite treat into your wedding day. Today, I’m excited to share her shoot with you guys.
From Constance, For this shoot we were inspired from everything old, romantic, and antiqued, and then we tied in a Spanish theme throughout. Our vision began with an old antiqued white table and chairs with a vintage lace tablecloth. The style of the home where we set up our wedding shoot was Spanish and that fit perfectly for our vision. Mexican Talavera plates from San Miguel de Allende set the tone from the beginning and led us to our Mexican themed idea of Churros as a possible favor or dessert table and all our signage. Romantic and lush flowers in mismatched glass vases, crystals, fresh cut limes, bright gold silverware, and wine glasses with gold edging were just a few of the small details that came together to create this whimsical wedding photo shoot.
Producers/Designers: Constance Curtis & Candace Amoia from Constance Curtis Events
Photographers: Oz Wroe and Christine Bentley
Flowers: Aly Morford from The Vine’s Leaf
Make-up: Ashley Victoria Birkeland
Signage (menu, mi amor sign, bride and groom signs): Heidi Jimenez from Zenadia Design
Oh my goodness! This is BREATHTAKING! I absolutely love every bit of this wedding! Thank you SO much for sharing!!!!
love this with the vintage and Spanish feel!! The churros and tequila shot glasses and how they are so chic!
love the bouquet and the dusty pinks! also love the little seating cards. this is super sweet and so lovely!
I absolutely LOVE everything about this wedding! The flowers are breathtakingly gorgeous and I love the fresh cut limes as menu holders and props throughout. GREAT job Constance Curtis Events! Your vision is AMAZING!
Beautifully done! I love the modern/vintage feel. So fresh, unique, and special!
BEAUTIFULLY done! I love the modern/vintage feel. So fresh, unique, and special!
Everything about this wedding is incredibly charming; I like how it brings to light the softer side of Spanish decor. And, those feathery flowers..WOW. XOCarlyAll this is Grace and Charmhttp://allthisgraceandcharm.blogspot.com
how breathtaking. Love it.
ABSOLUTELY GORGOUS!! Haven't seen anything like it..
SO amazing, I love the flowers. Does anyone know the name of those tiny white bell shaped flowers on the vine that are in the bouquet? I just love that and I want to ask for it in my bouquet but I don't know the name. Thanks in advance!
I love everything about this post!! The styling is out of this world. Great job to all involved!! :)
Is this for real? It looks incredible!
I love all of it! The one thing I especially love is the RING! Does anyone know where she got it? I absolutely adore it!
What dress is the bride wearing??
How awesome is that churro bar?? What a great idea!
Love love love the shoot! It is gorgeous!Great job Constance… I really want to take a bite of those churros yummy!
Anonymous (april 2): Thanks for the compliment on my ring! My husband actually had it made in LA. It's an elongated cushion cut diamond. If you take the pic to a jeweler they can usually come pretty close to duplicating it.Krista: the dress I am wearing is BCBG. :)
Thank you everyone for the kind words and comments! We had a lot of fun with this shoot. Don't hesitate to contact me directly (contact info on my site) if you have any questions. Thanks,Constance Curtis
The photos are immensely beautiful!The photographer sure knows how to capture sweet,natural moments at the right angle.Great,alluring photos!!!
This is gorgeous, love all the details and colors!
It's very pretty, but the Spanish spelling of "amor" doesn't have an e!
lusciously decadent with a little smirk. i love it.
This is so fun! I am obsessed with those Churros. Fantastic!
I am in LOVE with the bouquet!
I LOVE the pink flower detail!!