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Spring is here and it’s reminding us of a beautiful, oceanside wedding we planned and coordinated in Zihuatenjo, Mexico a few years ago.  Check our clients’ Lorin and Jamie’s relaxed, intimate wedding at The Viceroy Zihuatenejo (now the Thompson Hotel Zihuatanejo) on Brides.  It is pure seaside wedding beauty!  With the pristine beach, no shoes required policy and nautical touches,  you’re sure to have fun perusing these details.  Bride Lorin really got into the theme she chose- combining her love of daisies with groom Jamie’s love of sailing- and used a daisy on a sailboat motif throughout the wedding.

Here are a few of Amy’s favorites details from this unique wedding:

The welcome bags featured the daisy and sailboat motif.

The bridesmaids looked lovely wearing the wedding colors of navy blue and yellow and carrying bouquets of daisies, the bride’s favorite flower.


  Lorin and Jamie got married in a gorgeous, seaside ceremony.


Colorful fruit pops kept the guests cool under the hot Mexican sun during cocktail hour.

The bride handpainted the miniature, daisy-decoarated sailboat escort cards.

There are many, many more details to admire — be sure to visit Lorin and Jamie in Zihuatanejo, Mexico on Brides now!


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