Wedding in Puerto Vallarta

I had the opportunity to take a quick trip down to Puerto Vallarta for a destination wedding in the area. It was a fusion wedding, and the bride was very excited to get her first henna ever, as were many of her bridesmaids. Because there would be both a Sikh and a Western ceremony, we chose a floral, not too heavy pattern to complement her multiple outfits, and also in keeping with the tropical feeling of the Mexican coastline. Puerto Vallarta has grown quite a bit since I first visited it in the late 90's and now the whole north part of the area is developed with big resorts, but the old town, where I decided to stay, is still cute with cobblestoned streets and no building taller than a palm tree.  Mexico is still one of my favorite places in the world! 

The bride's palms, light and airy, with a tropical touch.

The bride's palms, light and airy, with a tropical touch.

More flowers!

More flowers!

Her feet were my favorite, such a luxury to have beautifully decorated feet!

Her feet were my favorite, such a luxury to have beautifully decorated feet!

This is where we did the mehndi party, near the infinity edge pool at Dreams Villamagna, with dark clouds in the horizon. 

This is where we did the mehndi party, near the infinity edge pool at Dreams Villamagna, with dark clouds in the horizon. 

Her bridesmaids were very excited about their first hennas.

Her bridesmaids were very excited about their first hennas.

I fell in love with this girl's nails. Looked like blingy-bindis for the nails!

I fell in love with this girl's nails. Looked like blingy-bindis for the nails!

Walking along the malecon, with wind in the palms, the cathedral was all lit up, the crown jewel of Puerto Vallarta.

Walking along the malecon, with wind in the palms, the cathedral was all lit up, the crown jewel of Puerto Vallarta.