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A Camarillo Ranch Wedding in Camarillo, California

Irene and Emmanuel married in a modern, elegant celebration with subtle elements honoring their Mexican heritage at Camarillo Ranch in Camarillo, Cali

Irene and Emmanuel married in a modern, elegant celebration with subtle elements honoring their Mexican heritage at Camarillo Ranch in Camarillo, California.

To honor their Mexican heritage in a subtle and elegant way, the couple hung a banner of white, laser-cut papel picado above the dining tables in the reception space.
Bridesmaids wore long, floor-length black dresses, while Irene's flower girl stayed traditional in a sleeveless white dress.
The flower girl wore a sleeveless lace dress and accessorized with flowers in her hair while the ring bearer sported a mini tuxedo.
The couple opted for a traditional, three-tiered, white, round wedding cake and topped it with fresh white roses.
Guests' place settings had gold chargers, and neutral paper goods including menu cards and place cards, topped with the papel picado theme.
Individual silver forks were placed in personal squares of flan for dessert.
The couple chose a neutral colored invitation suite with a papel picado motif running across the top.
Gold chargers were topped with the couple's maraca favors and set on top of white linens at the reception.
The couple's ceremony took place at Padre Serra Parish in Camarillo, California.
Groomsmen donned traditional black suits with matching ties and boutonnieres, while Emmanuel sported an extra piece in his vest.