More and more couples are opting to host a wedding weekend, versus a single day of festivities. If you have lots of guests traveling to the wedding, this is a fun way to celebrate with everyone over multiple days, with varying levels of formality. For instance, in Sayulita, we started the trip with a private sailboat experience. Then, we had a welcome party prior to the wedding. The wedding itself was a more formal affair, and then brunch took place on the final day.
Brunch was a little more informal than the rest of the celebration - we used natural ceramic china from local artisans, vibrant napkins, and natural equipales tables and chairs. We set-up brunch around the pool, so guests could enjoy mimosas and relax after a weekend of festivities. Brunch is a great way for guests to say good-bye as well.