Rancho L-86, Valle de Guadalupe Wedding
Throughout the way we find lack of confidence too. Sometimes are just not so good circumstances, sometimes it's just doubting for a moment. We are so fortunate that between blurry steps and awkward moments, we get to find such incredible people. These people not only "trust us their day" but believe in what we do, and for that we do what we do with all of our hearts. As we heard somewhere, "it's always gratefulness what makes us happy".
Thank you, Layla and JJ, because you put so much of you on your wedding. We had a blast this day! It is so easy to pin the things you see and like, that couples often forget to dare and do different stuff. The kind of stuff that inspires us, and reflects a unique wedding for such unique couple.
The old Brick's Factory Rancho L-86 set an amazing backdrop for Layla and JJ's Wedding, mixing a contemporary and industrial feel to it, with the undoubtedly hint of Mexican warmness. Visually stunning, this wedding was about ethnicity in people, an intimate vibe, breathtaking spaces, endemic textures, and perfectly designed niches of light. Mexican Architect Alejandro D'Acosta's incredible work at Clos de Tres Cantos Winery, produced the most beautiful images along such powerful emotions. Emotions of grandeur and spiritual grow.
Rancho L-86 / Clos de Tres Cantos / Casa Granados / BLANK Beauty Studio / Nylon Jazz / Fabeeam Producción Audiovisual