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A Simple, Elegant White Wedding at Rosewood Mayakoba in Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo, Mexico

Michelle Minagorri (a real estate professional) married Vincent Benoleil (a restaurateur) in a simple, elegant beach ceremony for 200 guests on the Ri

Michelle Minagorri (a real estate professional) married Vincent Benoleil (a restaurateur) in a simple, elegant beach ceremony for 200 guests on the Riviera Maya in southeastern Mexico. “The ceremony was set on the coast of the turquoise Caribbean Sea, “ Michelle says. “With that as the backdrop, the chosen palette was clean whites with pops of red to let the sea be the star of the show.” To honor the different cultures of Michelle's and Vincent’s families, the officiant hosted the ceremony in French, Spanish and English. To honor multiple traditions, the couple performed the Catholic lasso ceremony as well as the Jewish breaking of the glass. Afterward, the newlyweds held an intimate reception at Rosewood Mayakoba, A live Cuban band was followed by a DJ for dancing. After a fireworks show over the beach, the night ended with a bonfire and sparklers on the sand. —Carolyn Meers

Michelle's bridesmaids were given chic black dressing gowns with floral motifs before they changed into white gowns for the ceremony.
Michelle carried a full, rounded white blossom bouquet with her romantic, fitted Inbal Dror strapless gown.
To match the elegant but simple beach ceremony,  Vincent and his groomsmen sported elegant black suits without ties.
Michelle and Vincent said their vows under a four-post wedding arch made with twists of greenery  and white blossoms.
To honor the different cultures of Michelle and Vincent’s families, the officiant hosted the ceremony in French, Spanish and English. To honor multiple traditions, the couple performed the Catholic lasso ceremony as well as the Jewish breaking of the glass.
Michelle and Vincent celebrated their families' different cultures by including various traditions in their ceremony, such as the Catholic lasso ceremony and the Jewish breaking of the glass.
Pops of crimson added vibrancy to the reception's crisp white decor.
At the reception, which took place at the Rosewood Mayakoba in Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo, Mexico, Vanessa Jaimes Floral Design created high and low centerpieces with white blossoms and subtle greenery.
In a nod to their family's French heritage, Michelle and Vincent had wooden "Madame" and "Monsieur" signs tied to their sweetheart table seats with crisp white tulle.
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