This special wedding was held in the former convent San Hipólito, a historical monument located in the heart of Mexico City. The concept was to create a classic and refined ambiance, so we kept everything white: linear crystal curtains hung from the ceiling and surrounded the main fountain, while white flowers and lights hung from and octagonal chandelier simulated rain. Flowers consisted of an assortment of dendrobium orchid, Phalaenopsis orchid, hydrangea, lisianthus, roses, delphinium, tulips and wallflowers. The white and beige dance floor was round and had a personalized design, with the initials of the bride and groom situated at the center. The main table was made of mirror, and had a flower arrangement in tile, consisting of hydrangea, tulips, phalaenopsis and white dendrobium, finishing with white delphiniums in the corners. For the guests, the rectangular imperial mirror tables, and the round crystal tables were complimented with ghost chairs and decorated with flower centerpieces. Crown Prince Reza Pahlavi was a special guest this evening. There were several performers in this wedding: Banda Conspiración opened the night, followed by a fire and belly dance show by Caram Producciones, and music performers Sasy, Sharam Azar, Afsheen and Ebi Hamedi. DJ Alan and DJ Borna were in charge of making everybody dance. Guests enjoyed a banquet by Santi Palacios, followed by a candy bar by Timbal de Azúcar.
August 9, 2019
Music, DJ Alan and DJ Borna. Banquet, Santi Palacios. Junk bar, Timbal de Azúcar.