I think this inspiration board would work for a destination wedding in Mexico (clearly), or even a wedding or rehearsal dinner at a Mexican restaurant or with a Mexican theme. It could even be translated into a non-wedding party! I love bright, bold colors, and I think that a mostly warm palette makes perfect sense, but here I balanced it with white and an unexpected pale turquoise. Miniature pi├▒atas would be a fun favor, at the kids’ table or for everyone. And this save-the-date by Bird and Banner would definitely set the tone for a fun, Mexican-themed wedding.

Mood: sassy fun
Palette: yellow, red, pale turquoise

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Top row from left: fish tacos from Blueprint, photo by Lisa Lefkowitz, papeles picados decor by Ariella Chezar via {frolic} (photo by Dasha Wright), bouquet from Martha Stewart Weddings
Row 2: invitation by Saturate Design, chili dusted mango wedges from Martha Stewart, photo from The Knot, beer photo from Pacific Weddings
Row 3: cocktail from Matthew Mead Style, tissue flower from In Style via Jacaranda Home, photo from Brides UK, cake topper via Santa Barbara Wedding
Row 4: parasols from Brides, centerpiece from Todd Events, cake by Bakery Bar, photo by Vallentyne

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  1. Sarah’s Fab Day

    So fun and festive, perfect for a summer party.

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  2. One Love Photo

    Love this! We eloped and had a big party to celebrate with friends and family. We had a very loose mexican theme including lots of shrine candles,papeles picados hanging everywhere and the best thing….a huge beautiful wedding pinata filled with special treats. This replaced the cake and we each took turns swinging instead of cutting. It was pretty funny.

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  3. possumannieou

    Tomorrow is board 200!!

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  4. Mikiye Creations

    The colors are SO FRESH and inviting!Perfect for this beautiful and festive occasion!

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  5. Lidiana

    I love this inspiration board. It so closely resembles what I’m doing for my own wedding. The main difference is that I’m using a darker blue (like the blue on hand-blown glasses). Love to see this idea!

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  6. Peonies and Polaroids

    This a lovely board. I love that it has a Mexican feel without being themed. The colours are just gorgeous.

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  7. rebekah @ elizabeth anne designs

    Love it!

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