Sarah’s & Alex Warm Spanish Style Adobe Wedding

Sarah and Alex gave us glamor galore with their fascinating Spanish style wedding. The ceremony took place against an authentic adobe in the heart of New Mexico. If you’re looking for inspiration for your destination wedding or Spanish style wedding, Sarah and Alex’s ceremony is an absolute muse.

Why a Destination Wedding Might be Ideal for You

Destination weddings have the power to create unforgettable moments. Imagine the fresh scent of ocean water kissing your nose as you step out onto a sandy shore while your guests lounge under the shade of towering palm trees. Your wedding ceremony ends under the presence of a sun-kissed sky and the sound of calm waters. al. These are the once in a lifetime moments that a destination wedding can provide.

The couple's beautiful destination wedding in terracotta color palette

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Destination weddings are not only helpful in creating unforgettable sights, but it also ensures that the ones who travel to celebrate with you are  are invested in your special day. Plus, They can reducing decor expenses. In the case of Sarah and Alex’s wedding, the scenic landscape and authentic backdrop was more than enough to create a stunning Spanish style wedding. The added floral decor was just the icing on top!

All in all, destination weddings are intimate, exciting, culturally enriching, and most importantly memorable!

The Charm of Spanish Style Wedding Venues

Sarah and Alex’s wedding venue was the perfect merger between a traditional adobe and a delightful villa. The walls of natural clay complemented their distinguished terracotta color theme.

Sleek white chairs for guests sat at the center of the venue, accessorized with pew flowers made from hanging olive branches and petite ivory avalanche roses. Olive vines also hung from the beams of the building to add a touch of romance.

Pew flowers in white and sage

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Rich red bricks paved the wedding aisle, leading up to a large art deco terracotta fireplace where the bride and groom were to share their vows. Wow factor was an understatement when it came to Sarah and Alex’s Spanish wedding. They couldn’t have picked a more charming venue!

Inspiration for your Spanish Style Wedding

Warm Terracotta Autumn Bridesmaid Bouquets

Sarah’s bridesmaids beamed in bright orange dresses with a slit in the hem and spaghetti straps to match. Sunny bridesmaid bouquets of turmeric avalanche rose, burnt orange peonies, and burgundy florets graced their hands as they walked down the aisle.

The bride and bridesmaid holds terracotta bouquets in their hands

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As each bridesmaid stood proudly by the bride’s side, the peach chiffon ribbons from their bridesmaid bouquets swayed in the wind adding an unforgettable moment of whimsy. Every posy was simply striking and a great color complement to Sarah & Alex’s Fall wedding.

Gussied Up Groomsmen in Terracotta Boutonnieres

The groom and his right hand men made their way down to the fireplace in crisp black suits complete with bright tangerine ties. No groomsmen look is complete without a stylish accessory on their lapel. A single orange rose wrapped in twine and green leaf was placed near their tangerine pocket squares. Wedding boutonnieres are always a timeless way to make a dapper impression.

The groom and groomsmen in black suits wear amber boutonnieres

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Go Big with your Bridal Bouquet

Here comes the bride! Sarah stunned the crowd in her sheer, lace, halter wedding dress with a chic cut out in the back. It was modern, sleek, and airy enough to beat that New Mexico heat. Her trumpet style train swept against the aisle as she made her way to meet the groom.

Her bouquet of ballet pointe dahlia flowers, silk freesias, rose branches, and eucalyptus leaves cascaded from her hands into a parade of color. Brides and bouquets are truly a package deal and Sarah and her bridal bouquet both left a radiant impression!

The bride in a lace wedding dress holds a terracotta bridal bouquet

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Comfortable and Classy Wedding Corsages

The final wedding guests stroll down the aisle to make their way to their seats. Plush wrist corsages of ivory rose and terracotta blossoms rested upon their left wrists. A wrist corsage is such a clever accessory. It can establish cohesion among members in your bridal party who may not be wearing matching attire.

The couple's female relatives wear corages in sunset terracotta

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Wedding corsages are also quite versatile in design. If you are not a fan of traditional wrist corsages and would like to mix things up when it comes to your wedding accessories, we suggest trying a stunning shoulder corsage for your bridal party. They are sophisticated yet modern and most importantly, they are eye-catching!

Shoulder corsage in sunset terracotta

Sarah and Alex Say I Do

As the wedding commenced, the bridal party gathered in front of the fireplace ready to witness the bride and groom share their vows. Giddy smiles and bolts of laughter trailed through the air as Sarah and Alex put on their wedding bands and officially became husband and wife. The joy exuding from the couple’s faces was as bright as the Mexico sun. They both danced into the reception showing off their playful moves, and it was clear to see the delight of finally becoming a married couple!

The couple share vows in front of a large art deco terracotta fireplace

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Spanish Style Wedding Reception

Festive Spanish Style Floral Table Decor

Sarah & Alex’s reception was settled in the center of the outdoor adobe. Fairy lights hung overtop of the gambel oak trees and were threaded from the rooftop to the foundations of the venue. In the front of the building was a show stopping head table dressed in white tablecloth and a light linen terracotta runner. A blooming garland of desert rose and marigold flowers ran along the front of the table. Cream roses and white candles provided an exquisite finishing touch.

The sweetheart table decorated with light orange linens, terracotta  flower garland and DIY centerpieces

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The head table decor was a refreshing celebration of color! You can create your very own glowing garlands and bright-colored centerpieces using our DIY designer flower boxes. We provide a diverse selection of greenery and multi-colored flowers that you can use to build memorable table decor that’s sure to be the talk amongst your guests!

Terracotta Designer Flower Box features in dahlia Terracotta Designer Flower Box features in orchid

Modern Centerpiece Ideas for your Guest Tables

Guest tables rested beneath the shade of the building, adorned with circular centerpieces that complemented the rounded tables. Each floral centerpiece was made with two round arches and clear crystals dangling from the tops of the arch. Ivory and terracotta roses gathered at the bottom of the centerpiece, adding effortless elegance to the table decor. If you’re looking for a simple way to fill your tables, modern centerpieces in unique shapes are a great first step.

A hoop floral centerpiece with amber roses and hanging crystals on it

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In all, the entire wedding reception captured a true representation of the beauty of Mexico — from the hand crafted lanterns adorning the reception fireplace to the beauty of the grand outdoor water fountain where Sarah and Alex shared romantic photo ops. The night ended with dances around the fireplace, warm smiles, and friendly embraces under the glimmer of fairy lights. Sarah and Alex showed us the true meaning of having an authentic Spanish style destination wedding.

Show Us Your Spanish Wedding Style

Did Sarah and Alex’s Spanish wedding style catch your eye? If you’d like to recreate their Spanish wedding with your very own bright colored florals, we suggest bouquets from our sunset terracotta collection , sunflower collection, and rust and sepia collection to create a sunny and earthy appeal.

Color palettes that can create a Spanish wedding

Please share your colorful destination wedding photos and Spanish wedding recreations with us on our Instagram page @lingsmoment. We’re excited to see all of your creativity.

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