This Orange and Pink Museo de La Bola Wedding Was a True Fiesta

Annie and Lauren’s celebration was a burst of vibrant colors and funky Mexican chic style. With hues of orange and pink inspired by an Otomi textile pattern, their wedding exuded a romantic charm that perfectly matched their venue, a 16th-century museum. Every detail was carefully crafted, making it clear that love was woven into every aspect of their Museo de la Bola wedding.

On their big day, the couple’s main goal was to have all their cherished ones around them, and they succeeded beautifully. They opted for a unique twist, replacing the traditional long aisle with circular seating at the ceremony. With the guidance of Junebug vendor and planner Lupita Tirado and their expert team of vendors, they turned the courtyard into a dreamy, romantic space. Bursting blooms adorned elegant tables, accompanied by flickering taper candles. And as if that wasn’t enough, there was an enchanting confetti surprise during their first dance, making the moment even more magical.

If a lively fiesta wedding has been on your mind, you’re in for a treat! Bruno Rezza has flawlessly captured every laugh, tear, and detail, and we can’t wait for you to see it all unfold in absolute perfection!

The Couple:

Annie and Lauren

The Wedding:

Museo de la Bola, Mexico

Being “Surrounded” By Family With Circle Ceremony Seating

We chose to have our guests seated in a circle so that we would be surrounded by love and support, and each person would feel like they were a part of the ceremony. Our inner circle served as an informal wedding party but included those who were a big part of our relationship. They each stood and shared a short quote or sentence that reminded them of our love.

Confetti Cannon Surprise That Elevated Their First Dance

One of the surprises we did not know about was during the special moment, our wedding team surprised us with a confetti cannon halfway through our first dance. It was unexpected, surprising, and fun, making for some great photos.

Making Their Museo de La Bola Wedding By Partnering With Experts

Lupita Tirado and her team helped us every step of the way, guiding and assisting us with every decision we needed to make, working within our budget, and pushing us to have some elements that made the whole weekend into the perfect wedding. We recommend choosing a wedding venue to bring your vision together and working with a team that will listen to and push you beyond what you imagine for your wedding day.

The Wedding Team:

Photography – Bruno Rezza
Event Planning – Lupita Tirado
Ceremony + Reception Venue – Museo de la Bola
Floral Design – Emilio Libreros
Catering – Reelove 
DJ – Ricardo Saher 
Live Music – Aurea Strings
Makeup Artist – Claudia Camino
Hair Styling – Alejandro Iñiguez
Wedding Dresses – BHLDN
Rings – Tiny Jewel Box


Congratulations to Annie and Lauren on their vibrant orange and pink Museo de la Bola wedding. A huge thank you to Junebug vendor and planner Lupita Tirado for orchestrating an event that was a fiesta to remember! For more breathtaking weddings to ignite your inspiration, be sure to explore their profile in our directory of the world’s best wedding planners.

When it comes to planning your big day, a trusted wedding planner and vendor team can make all the difference in overcoming challenges and managing stress levels. Don’t forget to check out our guide to beating wedding day stress and our ultimate planning checklist. These resources are essential for ensuring a positive “I do” experience.

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