"Fiesta like there's no Manana"
Because covid made sure the only corona you'll be talking about is not in an ice cold glass beach side in Mexico, Natalia and Micheal brought their dream staycation wedding to their tio's backyard, and what a backyard it was!
Most would be happy with a view of the Sandia mountains, but these guys stepped it up 2 notches and had not only the Sandias but the cityscape and the bosque. Talk about location, location location!
“What's a mexican themed party without papel picado strung everywhere, sarape table runners, agua frescas, and the piece de resistance, al pastor cut straight of the trompo .”
Natalia, walked down the isle to Micheal while being seronaded by mariachis. They exchanged vows overlooking the river while the golden light of the afternoon kissed their skin. With the ceremony taken care of it was time to jump start the party. Tequila shots in one hand and a taco in the other, these wedding guests were in for a long awaited night of dancing, laughter and sparklers.
The only thing that could have made this wedding better was if I had been a guest at it, lol.
But thanks to Natalia and Micheal's sweet family, they made me feel like part of the party. Big thanks to the brides sister for helping this girl out and making sure my booty was free of all the dirt I'd been sitting in to grab the perfect shot ( wedding photographer problems!)