Overlooking the mountain valley of San Miguel de Allende, there is Casa Adela, designed by David Howell. When I found out this was the venue for Sarah and Dayton’s wedding, I was very excited. It would be the first time in there.
Casa Adela is a place with an incredible interior design. And with Estela and Bougainvillea team as wedding planners I knew everything is going to be beautiful.
I arrived early to do scouting and tour the place. I felt in love with a cactus in there. Take some photos of the vendors and meet the family.
The bride and groom decided to have an intimate wedding. They invite their closest family and friends to Mexico for a weekend to celebrate love.
They enjoyed their wedding day every minute and every stage. This celebration is an example of a slow wedding and is a great option in this world that is going faster and faster. After the pandemic it is important to take time to celebrate love and life: be present.
Sarah and Dayton exchanged vows with the Mexican sky and clouds as witnesses.
We escape for a few minutes to take some portraits with the last rays of light before returning for the toast. Any place is perfect when you are with the right person.
We enjoy the sunset and the cocktail hour with personalized drinks. All sitting like a big family. Two long tables were next to the bride and groom’s table. Flowers in warm tones with pink and yellow accents. The guests enjoyed dinner under candlelight.
The celebration continues with a toast and special words from their best friends. Sarah and Dayton thanks to everyone for being present with them. The music starts to play and they dance their first dance. Then we all start to dance. Yep, photographer included.