4 Fun Ideas to Add Mexican Flair to Your Wedding

by Ivy Jacobson
Patron: Sandra Tenuto Photography / TheKnot.com
photo by Sandra Tenuto Photography

When we heard that Kourtney Kardashian is (finally) ready to wed Scott Disick after seven years and two children together, according to Life & Style, we were thrilled for the reality star. There hasn't been a proposal or ring yet, but remember, we're talking about a very nontraditional couple here. What Kourtney and Scott do reportedly know, however, is that they want to have a destination wedding in Punta Mita, Mexico! We're fully on board for a gorgeous, beachy wedding in Mexico with lots of vibrant colors. If you are too, here are some ideas to give your own wedding bold Mexican flair!

Mini Patron Favors That Double As Place Cards

Patron: Sandra Tenuto Photography / TheKnot.com

Sandra Tenuto Photography

Leave your guests with a little more fun once the reception ends.

From the album: A Glam Beach Wedding in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico

A Mariachi Band

Mariachi: Beautiful Day Photography/ TheKnot.com
photo by Beautiful Day Photography

Beautiful Day Photography

During your cocktail hour, what's more fun than guests dancing to a mariachi band?

From the album: A Tropical Destination Wedding in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico

Fruity Table Decor

Tangerines: Jillian Mitchell Photography / TheKnot.com
photo by Jillian Mitchell Photography

Jillian Mitchell Photography

To bring a pop of color to a clean table, a simple vase of tangerines is playful and vibrant.

From the album: A Destination Wedding in Mexico

A Bold Floral Wedding Cake

Cake: Eleven Weddings Photography / TheKnot.com
photo by Eleven Weddings Photography

Eleven Weddings Photography

Hot pink and orange flowers make a white cake pop with tropical color.

From the album: A Vibrant, Tropical Wedding in Boca Raton, FL

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