They had a full mass and the church filled up fast. After the wedding, we arrived at the reception, and were welcomed into a beautiful garden area with wine, champagne, and beers.
The hubs and I all dressed up
The groom and Jade
The bride and groom
After cocktail hour, we found our seats and enjoyed a 5 course meal. The food was great, and the boys started taking advantage of the open bar.
What fiesta is complete without a mariachi band? The mariachis played for a good 2 hours before the DJ took over, and the couple had their first dance.
That's when the party really got started. A group of native dancers, called Chinelos, from the state of Morelos showed up and EVERYONE got up to dance.
Even grandma of the groom!
At about 2:30 am, they served us Chilequiles. If you haven't tried this hot, delicious, mess of a breakfast you are missing out. This is my all-time favorite breakfast.
After everyone had their stomach full again, the party continued. Drinks were still being served and the dancing went to a whole new level.
The DJ started even played Achy, Breaky, Heart... in Spanish! Complete with cowboy hat props to the dancers. YES!
Check out this video here.
At about 4:00 am we decided to head back to our hotel. We had a long day of traveling the next morning and knew that we were going to feel every drink we put into our bodies the next day. This was such a fun wedding, and Jade and are so fortunate to have great friends to share this occasion.