Boricua of our hearts! This Puerto Rican wedding was everything we never knew we needed! STEM Events created the reality of beautiful bride’s dream, and we are in heaven! The Puerto Rico Museum of Art worked as a spacious, modern backdrop for this stunning Gold and Greenery Wedding. A commissioned artist built iron geometric figures where the stunning Manzanita Branches stood for a full garden effect! The bride looked gorgeous in her Pronovias gown, gliding down the clean, modern aisle following her bridesmaids in ravishing mismatched gowns. Esteban Daniel Photography captured all the sweet details and gold touches to utter perfection! Check out the FULL GALLERY and swoon with us!
An Indoor Garden Wedding...
"The Puerto Rico Museum of Art is, like many museums, very white and cold and the bride Carla dreamt of a space filled with greenery. The Museum doesn’t allow to have real trees inside the venue (any plant with soil) and at the same time the bride wanted the space to maintain the modern vibe. We, at STEM Events, work with many local artists and we commissioned one of our preferred artists to create some iron structures where we could hang some trees. We used Manzanita Branches to create the garden effect we wanted. There is a picture of the bride with her mouth opened when she walked inside the venue and she saw all of the details. We had candles, we hung Ivy from the string lights, we hung butterflies... We hung white Roses. There is a lot to take a look at and will work as inspiration. The space looked fabulous because even though we created a garden, we kept it simple. Guests could enjoy and talk freely on the tables without something obtrusive in front of them." — Anabelle Barranco, Creative Director, STEM Events / Flowers By Anabelle
Photography: Esteban Daniel Photography // Flowers and Décor: STEM Events // Video: Primeravista Studio // Getting Ready pictures location: Olive Boutique Hotel // Venue: Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico // Wedding Planner: Maritza Perez // Hair and Makeup: Ingrid M. Rivera Makeup Artist & Hairstylist // Cake: Dulcia // Wedding Dress: Pronovias // Bridal Shoes: Bagdely Mishka // Bridesmaid Dresses: Adrianna Papell // Music: SP2 and DJ GhandiWritten by Laurice Yanar, Creative Direction by Alejandra Baca-Rodriguez