Sheraton Sweeties: Nicole & Scott

"Thanks so much!
I cannot even begin to tell you how much we enjoyed Saturday - it was PERFECT! Thank you again for your amazing-ness!!!"

-Nicole (bride)

BRIDE & GROOM: Nicole & Scott
WEDDING DATE: January 3, 2009
LOCATION: Beach Ceremony at the Sheraton's Tortuga Beach & Reception at the Sheraton's Palapa Fiesta
GUEST COUNT: 35 guests

Nicole & Scott have been sweethearts since high school and their love for each other really showed in their special ceremony and fun reception. Nicole wanted to keep everything beachy & bright, and her choice of navy & yellow really showed that. The sunflowers were a hit! And they are a hardy & affordable flower, even in Cabo. The couple and most of the guests were from Texas, and Texans are truly a friendly and happy group of people.

Photos by Gilda Badillo


Sheraton's Bonfire: Nicole & Scott continued their party after dinner by inviting all of their guests back down to the Tortuga Beach for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to have a post-wedding bonfire. With an IPOD playing some great party music as the guests lounged on the sand and in beach lounge chairs, the flames kept everyone warm and happy. The Sheraton does a great job of setting this up "on the sly" so that your guests are truly surprised when you invite them down to the beach to continue celebrating.

Sparklers: Imagine standing on the beach, as your guests form a "tunnel of sparklers." That's what Nicole & Scott did, and then they exited through this tunnel and left for their honeymoon stay at Las Ventanas. These wedding sparklers are not the old sparklers you remember as a kid on the 4th of July. These are custom built sparklers (made by our fireworks guys) that are extra-long and last for about 5 minutes, providing a mini-fireworks display. When you're done with them, you put them out in the sand. A great inexpensive way to add MEMORIES to your wedding day.


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