An easy idea for your fiesta themed wedding is to use Spanish. From table numbers to simple phrases on welcome signs, a little Español helps to incorporate your theme in the smaller details.
Bright & Bold
We love a lot about fiesta weddings, but our very favorite thing is the loud and vibrant color palettes. Full of bright, juicy hues, the colors work perfectly during summertime.
While you can have a Spanish-influenced wedding anywhere, courtyard patios play well with this theme. String lights around your papel picado, and your fiesta can last until the wee hours of the morning.
Loteria cards are often mistaken for tarot cards. They are actually the cards for a Mexican version of bingo. With colorful and eclectic designs on each one, they make a captivating wedding detail. Use them as escort cards, table numbers, and cake table decor.
Pinata details are among the most popular at a fiesta themed wedding. Fill a traditional pinata with candy and bash it open at the reception, or simply use pinata-inspired decor throughout your event. We've seen everything from miniature pinatas at each place setting as favors to creating a pinata as a guest book alternative.
Papel picado is the garland made up of cut-out tissue paper flags that you've seen at countless fiesta events. Usually in bright colors, it can also be personalized with your names and wedding dates.
Bring in favors from Spain or Mexico for your fiesta bash. This couple gave their guests woven ponchos, but there are great ideas at any price point. You could give anything from Mexican candies to Spanish wine.
Frankly, it's not a party until someone puts on a sombrero. This brilliant couple chose to capitalize on sombrero fun with a genius backdrop to their dessert table.
Spanish tilework features beautiful and intricate design. You can use Spanish tiles for your table numbers or even your wedding favors (these cute coaster favors featured a personalized stamp on the back).
If you want your party to have more South of the Border influence, serve margaritas. But if you want it to have a Spanish spin, create a sangria bar instead. For the hottest months, consider making your sangria with white wine instead of red.