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Dreamed wedding in Mayakoba

We always love sharing real weddings and we recently had the honor to be part of a Olessya & Diego’s wedding in Mayakoba.

It was such an amazing destination wedding, the guest came from all over the world (Canada, Russia, Mexico), quite a multicultural wedding (just like Playa del Carmen)

For this blog we decided to do a quick interview to our gorgeous bride Olessya. We hope you enjoy it and it inspires you plan your destination wedding in the Mexican Caribbean!

Where did you two meet?

We met at University in 2014 and have been together since then. The proposal took place in January 2019 in our apartment. The groom served dinner and called the dog into the dining room because the ring was attached to the dog’s collar.

Tell us about the inspiration for your big day. (colour scheme, decor, etc)

Our colours were mainly white and Rose Gold with a touch of pastel. We chose those colours because we wanted to give the impression of elegancy with minimalistic

You looked like a princess! Can you tell us about your wedding dress?

 I went to the most popular Russian wedding dress store called Mary Trufel located in Moscow. (Instagram: marytrufel_official). I did flew to Moscow to tried it and purchased the dress. I picked the Rara Avis wedding dress – princess style named Elba. 

We had so much fun taking care of you and your bridesmaids! Can you tell me more about them?

 I had 3 bridesmaids. Vita my older sister, Vika my best friend since we were 14 and Liza an old family friend.

It was definitely a dreamed wedding! Please describe your top 5 moments.

#5: Getting ready. I had so much fun sharing the time when we were getting ready. We got to share emotions, feelings, jokes and wine. 

  #4: Speeches. I like this time personally because I got to know my friends and Diego’s friends from a different perspective. Some of those words I did not expect myself.   

  #3: The dance. We practice for over 2 months, we went to classes in order to look somewhat decent. During our performance we were so nervous that we improvise and we were having so much fun because nobody knew what was improvised and what not.   

#2: The ceremony. I felt like in a Disney’s movie because it was beautifully set up, it was delivered in 3 languages and that I never felt so happy and so nervous at the same time. I felt that it was in a dream. 

#1. The first look. See each other for the first time, both of us beautifully dressed up. The feeling that I made the right choice and that we were going to spend the rest of our lives with the person we loved. It was so emotional because we crying and connected at an emotional level. 

At home DIY beauty tips!

Since we are spending more time at home and less outside, some of us are missing our beauty professionals, right? So… let’s enjoy a relaxing girly moment at home. We would love to share a couple of recipe ideas with our brides, so when we see you here in the Riviera Maya your skin and hair will be glowing and ready for your destination wedding.

Make your beauty routine a moment to enjoy!

The key is to enjoy every second of your routine. the good news is that in this period we have time….
Take time to hydrate your skin drinking water ( you can add spirulina, Jamaica for more properties ) and tone with a short cold shower.
A good tip to Remember: the muscles of your face are just like the muscles on your body, so help them tone and improve the circulation by massaging them constantly (Check out our blog about skin roller- to improve circulation and tone your face). link

Create a couple of homemade face scrubs

If you would like to take a break from a long day doing home-office, we have the solution! You can make your own simple exfoliating face scrubs at home, really easily and here a couple of examples:

Sweet & Sour: 

The breakfast scrub

  • 1/4 cup uncooked oats
  • 1/8 cup honey
  • 1/8 cup olive oil

Oats, honey and olive oil make this a little different spin from the honey and oatmeal facial scrub. But it’s incredibly simple and great for skin that is aching for moisture. 

Pamper your hair

Being at home doing some home office has its perks, take the advantage of the situation and pamper your hair, and since we are into the DIY here’s a couple of products from your kitchen that will revive your hair! 

Say goodbye to the Split Ends With an Avocado and Olive Oil Hair Mask

  • 1 ripe avocado
  • One-to-two teaspoons olive oil.

Mix the mashed avocado and the olive oil, separate your hair into four sections. Use your fingertips or a brush to paint it on each section, starting at the bottom. You won’t want to apply it to the roots or your scalp. Then, put on a towel or shower cap and wait 30 minutes. Rinse it off in the shower with a little shampoo and then apply a little conditioner. You will notice wonders!