Mexico and its charms… There is no doubt that we live in a privileged place and we have the best settings to say yes. On this occasion, we witnessed two love stories, so we flew to the Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen hotel to be present at two wonderful weddings. We share all the details.
We start with the resort, it is a modern property in every way, the lobby is an open space that overlooks the sea and upon arrival the hotel staff welcomed us with open arms to have the best experience.
Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen has multiple rooms perfect for receiving all the guests for the wedding. In addition, you will find first class amenities and many of the rooms offer a balcony with ocean views.
Besides, gastronomy lovers will be fascinated by the variety of food offered by the property at any time of the day. Do not hesitate to visit each of its restaurants.
As if that were not enough, you will have all your family and friends together in one place and they will be able to enjoy multiple activities. From taking aerobics classes, spending the day either on the beach or in the pools, to enjoying a SPA day. Is not it wonderful?
Kristian and Lloyd’s wedding
The big day arrived and we attended Kristian and Lloyd’s wedding. The couple chose to say yes in front of the sea and it was undoubtedly an extremely emotional moment. All their family and friends were there to receive them.
After the ceremony, both the bride and groom and the guests went to one of the back rooms to enjoy the party.
As for the decoration, the couple opted for a classic link in pink tones. Elements of glassware and roses stood out everywhere. In addition, they integrated a cocktail bar, an exclusive space for photos and a large dessert table (of course, in pink tones).
Lydia and Michael’s Hindu Wedding
Simultaneously, Lydia and Michael’s Hindu pre-wedding began. The couple chose to have a cocktail the day before the wedding in one of the resort’s restaurants. During the night, the bride and groom and guests participated with rituals and activities according to their traditions. In addition, the resort adapted a dance floor and a very extensive buffet of Mexican food. No doubt everyone enjoyed it!
The next day, the couple got married. and after a great cocktail on the esplanade of the resort overlooking the sea, they took the party to one of the back rooms of the property.
Unlike the previous one, the couple opted for a classic decoration but with a tropical sparkle in which lilac, black and white tones stood out. In addition, to indicate the menu, they placed graphic elements on the cards with the names of the guests.
Music, dance and traditions
The party began and both Lydia and Michael as well as the guests did not stop dancing, they performed multiple rituals and even the ladies left everyone speechless with a surprise dance for the couple.
Photographs Ana Belén Torreslanda