Welcome back, beauties! We hope you are ready for a full-inspiring Thursday because we can't wait to share Sonam & Herman's wedding celebrations with you. Right off the back, we have to say that this wedding was alluring and impressive. Just take a look at all the beauty surrounding the wedding ceremony held at the beautiful outdoors of the  Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres Resort & Spa. In a lovely and well-decorated tent area with delicate floral arrangements from Grupo Gama, and a perfect set up of all the decorations, together created the most magical setting for Sonam & Herman to tie the knot. Everything was perfect, and the environment created a love cloud that surrounded everyone. But we must say that only person who stole all looks that day, it was our dazzling Maharani who walked down the aisle looking like a princess. The royal look that stole everyone's breath away was thanks to Alex Corbanezi Beauty, who took care of Sonam's beauty needs. Once the ceremony ended, all guests attended the reception in a fantastic hall where everyone had a fun night with great music, delicious food, and of course, tons of memories. If you want to relive this fantastic event, make sure to visit our today's gallery and take a closer look at all the splendid shoots captured by Jonathan Cossu Photographer

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I met Herman on Halloween, in a bar in the middle of New York City, dressed up as a witch. He was dressed up in a Totoro onesie. For those of you that don't know, Totoro is a Japanese anime character that I just happened to watch religiously growing up. The rest is history.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Herman proposed to me on the beach in April 2018. He told me we were going to an engagement party, and while we were on the way he insisted on stopping off at a nearby beach to enjoy the view. When I got out of the car, I saw the most incredible set-up right there next to the water. There was champagne, a wooden arch with photos of all the memories we had made so far, flowers, and everything else I could've ever wanted. It was really something to see.
  
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The best part of the planning process was the chance to make the events something that was truly our style. We got married in Cancun, Mexico, so we already had a destination wedding going for us. We really wanted our guests to enjoy every part of the wedding because at the end of the day, it was a vacation for them too. We scheduled out events in a way that there was one free day for guests to do as they pleased during the 3 day event period. We scheduled a massive all-day pool party for the guests (and us!) to fully unwind and have fun in an informal setting. Our guests could not stop talking about it!
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
A piece of advice that many married couples gave us before our big day was to not let anything get in the way of our happiness and our enjoyment of all the events. Being the bride and groom, it is inevitable to be stressed about things going wrong, but it's so important to remember that you are getting married to the love of your life and you should be present to fully enjoy that. You shouldn't worry about the things that can go wrong, because things will go wrong. You should go into your wedding week with the mindset that nothing will ruin this time for you both, and to make the most of every moment because it goes by so quick.
 
I hope you enjoyed this lovely destination wedding as much as I did! See ya, ladies. 
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Travel Concierge: Shaadi Destinations | Venues: Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres Resort & Spa | Planning & Design: Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres Resort & Spa | Floral & Decor: Grupo Gama | Hair & Makeup: Alex Corbanezi Beauty | Cinematography: Mike Cantarell Films | Photographer: Jonathan Cossu Photographer