A Seaside Chuppah at the Rosewood Mayakoba Resort

Posted on May 25th, 2016 by Carlos Damy

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LUSCIOUS WHITE ROSES ADORNED THIS SEASIDE CHUPPAH we designed at the luxurious Rosewood Mayakoba on the unspoiled Caribbean Coast of the Riviera Maya.

AN UNFORGETTABLE LOCATION FOR A WEDDING CEREMONY. Meredith and Robert made an excellent choice in venue as the Rosewood Mayakoba is an intimate, romantic resort spread across 20 private, and extremely stunning, acres of peaceful lagoons and mangrove trees. It’s the perfect hideaway in Playa del Carmen to share with your betrothed and the pristine white beach is ideal for an unforgettable celebration!

THEIR WEDDING CEREMONY was designed to face the beautiful blue ocean, with the white sand itself serving as the ceremony aisle. We placed black iron lanterns at the end of the rows all the way down the aisle and tucked open garden roses and greenery around them. But the modern garden-inspired ceremony canopy served as the focal centerpiece. Square in structure, only a simple ivory cloth covered the ceiling for a clean line that would blend into the seascape behind. Each of the four chuppah poles was covered in lush tropical greenery, open garden roses and delicate spray roses for an all-around romantic setting. A small table was placed under the chuppah to hold the ceremonial and sacred accessories needed for the wedding itself. Their own rabbi journeyed to the resort to officiate at the ceremony and you can read more about their personal, romantic wedding vows here.

LUXURY, TRANQUILITY AND LUSH FLOWERS all combined into one magical special celebration!

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{Credits: Photographs courtesy of Samuel Lippke Studios; Wedding Flowers, Elena Damy Destination Weddings; Wedding Planners: Signature Mexico; Wedding Gown: Monique Lhuillier; and Wedding Venue: Rosewood Mayakoba}

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