Judith & Diego had a traditional hispanic Catholic wedding in Frankfort, Indiana this past weekend. They started their days getting ready separately at their parents’ homes nearby. Judith was escorted to the church by a mariachi band where she finally got to see Diego as she walked down the aisle. After their traditional ceremony, everyone head to the Clinton County Fairgrounds where they were met with food, bands, and tons of dancing. Judith & Diego continued to celebrated their marriage by participating in some Hispanic traditions, cutting a cake, eating good food, and dancing the night away as husband and wife.
He planned a Cancún proposal
Judith told us, “The proposal was planned all by himself.” They went on vacation to Cancún with close friends. A day before leaving the resort in Cancún, after they had dinner, Diego asked Judith to go take a few last pictures out in the resort. He wanted to walk the beach but Judith told him that she didn’t want to because she was tired. Even though Judith wanted to just be done for the night, Diego was persistent and finally convinced her to do photos near the beach.
No one (not even their friends) knew anything about the proposal, but as they were taking pictures Diego sneakily asked his friend, Alfredo, to hold his phone and to record on the camera. Diego knelt on one knee and Judith described it like “a slow pause and I was surprised! I then knew it was it, but I didn’t expect it.” So, Diego proposed and all Judith could hear in the background was one of their friends yelling “oh my god he is proposing!” Judith remembers that it was this moment that she began crying and hugged Diego. He asked her the big question with tears in his eyes, and of course a loud yes in response!
Judith & Diego participated in lots of hispanic traditions during their wedding—especially during their reception. They started the day by getting ready privately at their parents’ homes before being escorted to the Catholic Church by a mariachi band. During their ceremony they took part in traditional catholic ceremony items such a communion, gifts, etc. After sealing the deal with a kiss and heading back down the aisle as husband and wife, Judith & Diego made their way to their reception.
Their reception was at the Clinton County Fairgrounds. Upon arrival and their grand entrance in which they were pelted with confetti they began eating before all of the traditional hispanic items took place. The mariachi band continued throughout the evening until a big band arrived later into the night. Judith & Diego continued to celebrated their marriage by taking part in some Hispanic traditions, cutting a cake, eating good food, and dancing the night away as husband and wife.
Congratulations Mr. & Mrs. Mejia!
Judith & Diego, we are so glad that you entrusted LVP Studios to capture your wedding day with photo and video. It was such a beautiful wedding day, and we are so very thankful that we got to be a part of memorializing your love for one another. We truly enjoyed being your wedding photographer and videographer. Congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. Mejia! We hope you love this highlight film from your wedding.
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