An Open Letter and Invitation to HRH Prince Henry Charles Albert David Mountbatten-Windsor of Wales and Ms. Rachel Meghan Markle Regarding Their Upcoming Royal Wedding
Congratulations on the announcement of your wedding! You may be feeling the pressure of planning a traditional English Royal Wedding in cold, rainy London but, just like your unconventional pairing, why not do something different and entrust your big day to us with an incredible Celebration in the Mayan Riviera where fabulous weather is guaranteed?!
We want to show you a F U N time!
(although we have learnt a thing or two ourselves about fun from Harry’s regular tabloid appearances)
Consider how much more fun and relaxed your guests will feel sipping Mai Tai’s on the fine white sand under a blazing Mexican sun…
Serenaded by our favorite Mariachi band.
We humbly suggest that Meghan should forget the classic Disney Princess entrance by Carriage and instead, emerge from the clear blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico in scuba gear and a white bikini (hey if you’ve got it, you may as well flaunt it!)
We know how fond Harry is of dressing up and think he would look amazing as a Luchador for our local tradition, Hora Loca – we do love a party here in this part of the World!
You can still invite all the royals, presidents, leaders, etc. and, if you can make please make sure Trudeau attends and maybe stay for a few extra days we’ll give you a discount!
So why not break with the past and contact us? – we are here for you guys.
In 1997, I Maria, and my man decided we were eloping. We woke up one morning and he asked if I wanted to head down to the courthouse and get married. We had been engaged for 1 month, together for just 9, and were feeling overwhelmed. We weren’t overwhelmed by our quick decision to get married, but by the reaction to our wedding plans—our day of choice was shot down (it was on a Wednesday, six months in the future).
We were young and in love, so when he told me to go all in on eloping, I did and we got married later that day.
Therefore I always am very happy when I meet other couples who want to do the same, like Tonia & Michael who got married last Nov. 12th on Paamul beach. I love when people make a conscious joyous decision to just do it, so be it. I am thrilled to say that, to get married on a deserted beach legally, they needed 4 witnesses and their dear friends accompanied them in the happy occasion: congratulations Tonia and Michael, I adore your joie de vivre!
The couple exchange rings
It’s always hard not to cry at weddings!
Inky fingers from signing the register
And they’re married! Time to have some fun…
To elope, most literally, means to run away and to not come back to the point of origin. More colloquially, elopement is often used to refer to a marriage conducted in sudden and secretive fashion, usually involving a hurried flight away from one’s place of residence together with one’s beloved with the intention of getting married …
Thanks to Kalu Restaurant for food and drinks, Flowers Jardin for bouquet, Isaura Rodriguez for photos and Styling Trio for Hair and Makeup.
This week’s couple, Mesa and Kevin, have been together for 20 years and they wanted to celebrate with a few friends and family their long life together. The non-traditional ceremony was a simple but poignant event held at Paamul Beach Club after which they enjoyed a delightful a la carte dinner served by Kalu Restaurant at Paamul.
Incredible location – this is why they call it a destination wedding!
An intimate family event
Romantic sunset ceremony
The Bride’s make up was done by her sister and her hair by Sarah Garnier
Mixing sand to symbolize their joining
Mesa and Kevin’s spiritual and intimate gathering featured a White and Light Pink color scheme and a fab time was had by all!