Cute and colorful spring elopement in Ecuador
Looking for a cute way to incorporate lilac into your wedding colors? Look no further than this sweet spring elopement at the Cotopaxi Volcano coming to us from Michelle Agurto and Etica Events. Having to postpone their wedding last year, Gaby and Nacho were pretty thrilled to star in an elopement editorial full of stylish (and sustainable) details. The landscape at Cotopaxi was a perfect nod to the groom’s roots, as his family owns a farm!
Pretty purple arch!
The team is used to producing micro weddings and elopements in remote locations, so they knew they could make it special despite the constraints of COVID.
Love the button back on this dress.
From the team: We went for a modern-funky-chagra style (equivalent of cowboy or gaucho but from Ecuador) with some cool and modern chagra details such as the pink and faux snake print boots from Cinthya Cobos, the hat from Taytta Hats, the purple bolo tie from Gyros Art for the fashion side, but also the modern, high and bicolor modern arch, the garden style colorful flowers, organic in their majority, with pink and purple irises, roses, orchids, cabbages, eggplants, dahlias, daisies, pansies, we did not use floral foam and foraged part of our flowers at the venue.
How perfect are the long ribbons flowing from the bridal bouquet?
Thanks to the talented team below for sharing today!
Photography & Fashion Styling: Michelle Agurto / Planning & Design: Etica Events / Location: Secret Garden Cotopaxi / Florals & Floral Designer: Mayseven Studio / Wedding Dress: Eylin Cruz / Groom Attire: Luis Fernando / Shoes: Cinthya Cobos / Earrings, Bracelet & Engagement Ring: Luz Marina Jara / Gold rings & Ear cuffs: Elisa Handmade / Bolo Tie: Gyros Art / Hat: Taytta Hats / Makeup: Marjorie Atiencia / Hairstylist: Carolina Valdivieso / Wedding Cake: Lamery Reposteria / Drinks: Chinchona Tonics