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Monica is from Perú, Federico is Ecuadorian and he lives in Guayaquil.  They met in Belgium while they were studying and decided to have their wedding in Quito. An incredible way life has to bring two people together, right?  This was a romantic, intimate wedding, surrounded by family who traveled all the way from Guayaquil and  Lima to attend this special day.


This was an outdoors wedding, both ceremony and reception. Quito has amazing “quintas”, outdoor venues with lots of green space, which are highly requested by couples.  San Luis de Lumbisí is the “quinta” for this wedding. After the ceremony, we had a cocktail hour with ham & cheese platters and Belgium type craft beer, in honor to the place they met.  We had a table full of succulents which were both, favors and seating assignments. As centerpieces, we had big lanterns surrounded by cobalt blue, white and soft pink flowers. 


In Ecuador, all weddings must have a small, one bite desserts table, or “mesa de dulces”. It is a tradition here, and it is a special table for the cake and other traditional sweets, so every guest can have one or tons of them.  In this wedding, we made a mix of Ecuadorian and Peruvian sweets: “chocotejas”, a traditional Peruvian chocolate filled with pecans, small desserts made with Pisco, “miñones” a coconut flavor Ecuadorian sweet and homemade desserts, a courtesy of Federico´s mother.


The cherry of the cake of this wedding was a Tango presentation, planned by the groom´s best friends. They played and sang tangos while a professional tango couple performed in the dance floor, it was amazing!


Moni and Fede, it was a great pleasure planning your big day,  we wish you the best!

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