This Couple Left No Detail Untouched for Their Santo Domingo Wedding at Zona Colonial

April 24, 2018 | Junebug Weddings

We have a huge soft spot for couples that DIY their entire wedding, and this Zona Colonial wedding in the Dominican Republic is proof positive why! Gina, who owns the Los Plebeyos design studio, made literally every detail of this wedding with her work partner and Fernando, the groom. While Fernando took care of all the woodwork details, Gina painted signs, designed floral arrangements, crafted paper goods, personalized two leather jackets, and turned the Spanish-style patio venue into a tropical haven. She even embellished her ’70s-inspired gown with pink flowers to match the color palette. Decor Insider helped the couple pull all the details together into a cohesive look and, in the end, every inch of their venue was either handpainted or adorned in palm leaves and vibrant tropical florals. Ricardo Enrique Photography killed it in capturing every intricate detail with a creative flair!

The Couple:

Gina and Fernando

The Wedding:

Zona Colonial, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

The Wedding Team:

Photography – Ricardo Enrique Photography
Additional Photography – Lourdes Rojas
Event Planning – Decor Insider
Ceremony Venue – La Altagracia Church
Reception Venue – Zona Colonial
Art Direction – Los Plebeyos
Videography – Ricardo Soto
Bridesmaids’ Apparel – ASOS
Groom’s Apparel – ASOS
Groomsmen’s Apparel – Zara


Congratulations and our biggest thanks to Gina and Fernando for sharing their incredible Zona Colonial wedding with Junebug! Want to see more tropical wedding goodness? You’re going to love Kanha and Jilson’s tropical chic garden wedding at the Vanderbilt Museum!

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  1. This wedding is everything! That puppy, her dress, that neon sign….everything is so perfectly unique and beautiful!

  2. Hi guys! Beautiful!!!!

    Where exactly in La Zona Colonial was this venue?

  3. Gorgeous! I’d love to know what their budget was!

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