Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Destination Weddings in Cabo San Lucas!

Hola Amigos!! If you follow me on Twitter, then you've seen I'm in Cabo San Lucas researching venues for destination weddings! The past two days have been extremely busy for me and I'm excited to share what I've been up to here on my blog!

Day 1:
As soon as I landed in Cabo, my surreal experience began. Julia from Terramar was kind enough to send a car service for me to take me to my hotel, Sheraton Hacienda Del Mar. Terramar is a new edition to my vendor team and I couldn't be more happy about it!! In the picture below, Julia and Gaby (from Terramar) treat me to a welcome cocktail!

As I said, I am staying at the Sheraton Hacienda Del Mar, the home of my client's wedding in June. I LOVE this hotel!!! The prices are great and I love the authenticity of it. Here are some pictures I took. Please excuse the quality. I own a Sony Cyber-Shot that I got about 10 years ago ;)

The location of my clients reception:

Night 1:
The first night in Cabo we headed to Bar Esquina. Bar Esquina is a restaurant in the heart of downtown Cabo that is owned by a good friend of mine from Manhattan Beach. It's been open for about 3 months and I highly recommended it for a rehearsal dinner location!! Here are some pictures of the restaurant.

To the left is Justin, the owner of the restaurant and to my right is Rodrigo, the catering manager at The Sheraton

Outside view Bar Esquina:

The menu displayed on chalkboards!

Fun chandeliers that hang from the ceiling inside the restaurant:

And then we all went out for some fun!

Day 2:
A day of site tours!!!!!! First up.... Las Ventanas! Words cannot describe how nice this resort it. However, given that it is on the pricier side (rooms start at $1,000 US Dollars a night), it's a perfect destination wedding location for a unique client. After the tour I had a ceviche and tequila tasting!! A very nice treat :)

Next I went to Cabo Azul Resort. Cabo Azul has a younger vibe and is recognized by those who live in Southern California because it's the home of the famous Javiers. My favorite aspect about Cabo Azul was it's chapel. The chapel has amazing pews, fire torches and waterfalls along the walls!

Event Space:

One of their suites:

My third tour was at Marquis Los Cabos, another beautiful resort. Circe and Sandra, the resorts catering managers, could not have been more kind!! I'm very much looking forward to working with them in the future.

My last visit of the day was at the incredible One and Only Palmilla. The decor and feel of this resort was by far my favorite!! The mexican tile and hand painted walls is definitely my style!! You feel like you're in Mexico and I fell in love with everything about this resort including their famous chapel!

My clients arrive tomorrow!! and then the real fun begins :)

Adios Amigos!


A Legendary Affair said...

Thank you for this blog post, Constance - and for sharing your experience with us. Although we are all very jealous that this is what you get to do and call it "work" - you are providing a great resource for destination wedding couples. We know who to call when clients want to work with a consultant who has been there and researched all options for with the upscale couple in mind. Your client is in good hands. Adios!!

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