If you had to imagine a Los Cabos destination wedding, what would you immediately think of? Blue ocean, white beaches, and tall palm trees? There is plenty of that, of course, but just a few miles from the ocean, you can also find the most beautiful farm perfect for an outdoor wedding ceremony. Flora Farms is a ten-acre organic farm that D+A chose as their destination wedding location in Los Cabos, Mexico and we couldn't have wished for a more warm, lovely, and fun-filled wedding to capture.
Beautifully lush, this rustic wedding venue in the foothills of the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains in Los Cabos, Mexico offers the ideal setting for an intimate ceremony and celebration.
Old trees with twisted trunks, flourishing mango groves, aromatic herb gardens enclose this beautiful farm while a red-brick barn is perfect for the first dance under a wrought iron style chandelier as can be seen on D+A's wedding day.
The couple's first look pictures perfectly depict the beauty of this location. The great old tree, which almost has a centerpiece-esque quality, and the flourishing gardens all around provide a very warm and intimate backdrop for the first look images.
Los Cabos wedding planners Signature Mexico chose to continue the farm wedding theme by keeping everything relatively simple yet charming. White and pastel florals, brass vases and candlesticks, linen tablecloths, and candle-lit lanterns throughout the grounds were a lovely addition this wedding. Sprigs of rosemary attached to place cards were an especially delightful fit for this location.
The ceremony itself took place during the golden hour and continued until dusk. It was a pleasure to photograph this day-to-night transition. The fairy light canopy, together with rows and rows of candles, was yet another magical element to enliven the night time setting.
It was so fun to see the Jewish wedding traditions carried out with a lot of fun and smiles from family and friends. It was also the perfect opportunity to capture the wedding guests in different settings. Signing of the ketubah took place in the gardens, while the traditional breaking of the glass was done under the rich floral chuppah.