Callejoneada, A Mexican Wedding Tradition

Posted on November 13th, 2019 by Melissa Paul

Callejoneada, A Mexican Wedding Tradition LET THE FUN begin with tequila and mariachi! It’s a Mexican wedding tradition called a “Callejoneada” and it’s a parade from the ceremony to the reception. But not just any kind of parade! The tradition includes Mariachis singing joyful songs leading the way from the ceremony to the cocktail party, […]

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Festive Mexican-themed Rehearsal Dinner on the Beach

Posted on March 13th, 2019 by Melissa Paul

Rehearsal Dinner on the Beach When you look at this Mexican-themed rehearsal dinner setup, you immediately see what most imagine when they think of hosting a destination wedding in Cabo San Lucas! Casual, laid-back Fun, festive bright colored fabrics, flags, and flowers placed right on the sand – the perfect way to welcome guests and kick off a […]

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The Artistry of Negrito Romero

Posted on December 19th, 2018 by Melissa Paul

Mexican Artist Negrito Romero ALEXANDER ROMERO, better known as Negrito Romero, is an exceptional artist and illustrator based out of Guadalajara, Mexico. As huge fans of his beautiful modern illustrations for some time now, we wanted to bring Negrito Romero’s artistry to Los Cabos and finally had the perfect opportunity! The Engage! Luxury Wedding Business […]

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Fiesta Corporate Event on the Beach in Cabo

Posted on September 28th, 2018 by Melissa Paul

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A Fiesta-Inspired Corporate Event Guests attending this corporate event at The Resort at Pedregal were treated to a real Baja California Sur vibe! From the colorful florals used on the tables, hung over the dinner tables and food stations, to the large floral archway at the entrance, to the festive Folklorico dancers and local Mariachi band, it […]

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Dia de los Muertos!

Posted on October 31st, 2017 by Melissa Paul

Dia de los Muertos is beginning here in Mexico! The time for dancing devils and towering skeletons, all representing the centuries old, three-day festival of events that runs from October 31 through November 2. It’s a celebration of life, remembrance and worship. This video is from Saturday’s amazing Day of the Dead parade in Mexico […]

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The Tradition of Papel Picado

Posted on July 19th, 2016 by Carlos Damy

PAPEL PICADO, which means cut or perforated paper, is a decorative storytelling craft made out of tissue paper or vinyl “cut” into ornamental designs. Generally seen strung together into long banners that crisscross a street, a courtyard or an entire party tent, these all white or brightly colored flags are traditionally used throughout Mexico to decorate […]

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The Music of Mexico: Mariachi

Posted on July 11th, 2016 by Melissa Paul

KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE WORLD as the symbol of Mexico, mariachi music evokes the history and traditions of Mexican culture. Some go so far as to call it the “sound of Mexico” and claim that to hear mariachi played is to welcome joy, festivity and celebration into your heart. Which is probably why you see mariachi bands at most […]

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Shop Cabo: From Mexico with Love

Posted on July 5th, 2016 by Melissa Paul

GIVE YOUR GUESTS THE GIFT OF BAJA As a small business, we do our very best to support other small local businesses here in Baja, as well as the overall Mexican economy. Which is why we carefully research local shops and artisan studios for unique and artful products that serve our event designs, but also for welcome bag […]

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A Mexican-themed Wedding Centerpiece We Love

Posted on April 7th, 2016 by Carlos Damy

THIS MEXICAN INSPIRED TABLE DESIGN we created was commissioned by Destination I Do Magazine with the collaboration of Stephanie Miles Events and Harmony Walton of JetFete and the Bridal Bar. What we really love about the whole tablescape concept is its warm, festive color scheme. The richness of the gold patterned linens and the modern, low, cognac-colored leather chairs are the […]

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Rehearsal Dinner on the Beach at Palmilla

Posted on March 30th, 2016 by Melissa Paul

WE LOVED THIS REHEARSAL DINNER ON THE BEACH at One&Only Palmilla, for its gorgeous location, of course, but also for its festive attire! And we’re not talking clothing. Our clients chose dreamy pastels for their wedding the next day, but for their rehearsal party (which is really what this was! a late night, no hold […]

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Celebrating Christmas with Traditional Mexican Posadas!

Posted on December 24th, 2015 by Carlos Damy

CHRISTMAS ISN’T CHRISTMAS in our home without a whirlwind of Posadas with family and friends! And that’s exactly what we’ve been doing over the past week or so, hosting or attending one fun posada after another! In fact, we hosted a posada with some of our friends at our home, but during this holiday season we also attended […]

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Rehearsal Dinner in Charming Mexican Courtyard

Posted on November 13th, 2015 by Carlos Damy

AN AUTHENIC MEXICANA EXPERIENCE. Our super sweet clients from Canada and Australia, Lauren and Chris, got married here in beautiful Los Cabos, Mexico just a couple of weeks ago. Their guests were flying in from Australia, Canada, England, New York City and Los Angeles, and they asked us to help them plan their entire weekend of wedding-related […]

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Southern Charm and Texan Spirit Marry in Sunny Los Cabos

Posted on May 15th, 2015 by Carlos Damy

THESE TEXAN LOVEBIRDS brought their Southern style, spunky spirit, and warm hearts down to our cozy neck of the woods in Los Cabos. Our dear clients, Daniel and Morgan, fell in love in their home state of Texas, but chose to load their family and friends on a plane bound for Baja! And why wouldn’t they? It’s a […]

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Summer Wedding Rehearsal Dinner Under La Palapa

Posted on August 8th, 2014 by Carlos Damy

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Designed to inspire romance in every way imaginable, The Resort at Pedregal in Los Cabos, Mexico gives our clients a beautiful selection of party spaces to choose from when they’re planning their destination wedding. When most of today’s destination weddings go way beyond just the “day of” and include multiple gatherings across a week or weekend […]

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Timeless Tradition of Otomi Tenango

Posted on April 23rd, 2014 by Elena Damy

We love the bright, cheerful storytelling patterns of tenango textiles and how they can bring the rich, artistic history of Mexican culture to weddings and events. For those of you who don’t know, tenangos are traditional Mexican embroidered fabrics created by the Otomí Indians from Tenango, Hidalgo. With saturated colors, graphic floral and animal patterns, and […]

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