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Victoria & Sean's Stunning Taos, New Mexico Wedding

Cover photo for the Unmeasured Events Blog that features the title card at the top left, the website at the bottom, and three separate photos from the event. All via Unmeasured Events

Located in Taos, New Mexico, The El Monte Segrado is a luxury hotel and spa were guests can relax and unwind in comfort, with views of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. Victoria and Sean chose this beautiful location for their special day, and New Mexico photographer Crystal Cousin was there to document every single moment of their gorgeous outdoor September wedding. It looked absolutely breathtaking! To see just what we mean, keep reading. You will absolutely not be disappointed.

bride and groom kissing in their respective wedding attire in the middle of a filed. Bride's colorful floral bouquet is the main focus. All via Unmeasured Events

Before the ceremony, the couple spent time separately with members of their bridal party getting ready. Victoria had her bridesmaids and bridesman with her as she had her hair and makeup completed. We love her Navajo inspired jewelry, especially the squash blossom necklace that went perfectly with her dress. Sean and his groomsmen kept things laid back by playing pool and hanging out. The gentlemen all look so stylish in their dark suits with floral ties and matching corsages.

Photo of bride getting ready for her wedding with her bridal party in the background. Bride is wearing a gorgeous wedding dress and is looking away from the camera while members of her bridal party are being her. All via Unmeasured Events

Groomsmen playing pool in their grooms day attire (black suits with floral ties) as groom looks on at the camera and is smiling infront of a pool table. All via Unmeasured Events

What an absolutely stunning ceremony! The bride looks beyond gorgeous as she walks down the aisle. Everything from her makeup, to her jewelry, to her flowers looked amazing. Seriously, her colorful bouquet is one of the prettiest we've ever seen. Her future husband looked on as she walked toward him, and the elated smile on his face says it all. As family and friends looked on, they exchanged their vows outside in the September New Mexico air, with the mountains in the background.

The details of their day were so incredible. Below are some of our favorites that completely tied the day together. There were plenty of Southwestern and Navajo designed elements incorporated throughout, especially within the decor. Navajo style textile rugs could be seen on tables, just like the one in the photo below as unique centerpieces. Everything was beautifully colorful, which is evident in the florals in both the bride's bouquet and on their wedding arch. The attention to detail was perfect, and nothing was overlooked. One thing we're absolutely obsessed with is the floral cacti cake!

bride and groom in their respective wedding attire sitting down with a greenery in the background. They are sitting down looking lovingly at one another. All via Unmeasured Events

The massive smiles on the bride and groom's faces are everything! They both look so happy and in love in the photos below as they dance as newly presented husband and wife. We want to send our well wishes to the happy couple, and we hope for nothing but the absolute best for them both.

Bride and groom dancing together at their wedding reception in their respective wedding attire. Groom looks as if he is about to twirl his new bride. a reception table can be seen in the background, as well as hanging flowers and low lighting. All via Unmeasured Events


OPHELIA Collection Wedding Invitation

To announce their marriage, the couple chose an invitation that matched their wedding day style. It turned out beautifully and looks wonderful. This invitation from the OPHELIA collection features a hand painted stucco southwestern graphic and a simple, minimalist design. Colors, font, and all wording are completely editable, allowing you to create an invite that completely matches your event needs. Standard size for this template is measured at 5x7" and can be printed at home, or at any professional printer. If you're looking for a professional printer, we recommend Prints of Love! They offer free 2-3 day shipping and will create high quality products that are mailed to you quickly.

Close up of the OPHELIA collection invitation from unmeasured events. This DIY invitation party invitation template features a hand painted stucco southwestern graphic and a simple, minimalistic design. There is also a photo save the date of the couple at the top right, and the couples wedding rings on the left. All via unmeasured events

Large close up of the OPHELIA collection wedding invitation from Unmeasured Events. This DIY wedding invite party invitation template features a hand painted stucco southwestern graphic and a simple, minimalistic design. There is also a large close up of the couple's wedding rings. All via unmeasured events

We are so honored to have been a small part of Victoria and Sean's Wedding. It was such a beautiful event, and we wish nothing but love to the newlyweds! Planning your special day? Congratulations! Let us help take the stress out of event planning- For more wedding inspiration, subscribe to the email list, follow us on Pinterest and scroll down below to save 10% on templates. That way, you can focus on what really matters.



Photographer | @crystalcousinsphoto | Crystal Cousin Photo

Venue | @elmontesagrado.taos

Invitations | @unmeasuredevents

Bride's Dress | @ruedeseinebridal | @lovelybridephoenix

Shoes | @stevemadden

Bride's Jewelry | @griswoldpawn

HMU | @kerbik_hmua

Bride's Wedding Band | @jared

Grooms Suit | @menswearhouse

Ties | @tumalo_ties

Pocket Squares | @thetiebar

Grooms Band | @thorumco

Bridesmaid Outfits & Bridesmen Suit | @lulus | @suitsupply

Cake | @sweetsolbakes

Cake Topper | @rawkrft

Flowers | @floralelegenceweddings

Guest Books | @redberryguestbooks

Caterer | @elmontesagrado.taos

DJ & Photo Booth | @positraxdj

Table Runner | @windandwillowwedding

Additional Decor | @athomestores

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