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Poppy, Maize, and Maya Blue Fiesta Color Inspiration

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Hola chicas! Today's palette is just in time for Cinco de Mayo! But you don't need a sombrero and mariachi band to throw a fiesta—these bright and cheery colors will have you and your guests guests yelling ¡Viva Mexico! in no time. Frame your face with braids and fresh blooms (a la Frida Kahlo) and don a free-flowing dress with plenty of ruffles. Succulents add a unique twist to any bouquet, and poppies (or amapolas) have significant meaning in many Latin American weddings. Plant flowers and cacti in colorful vintage tins for an easy and affordable centerpiece. And for festive (and inexpensive) ceremony and reception décor, hang strips of colored crepe paper. Que bonito!

From top left: Cake and décor, Martha Stewart Weddings; Succulent bouquet; Papel picado-style save the date, Martha Stewart Weddings; Dulcinea gown, BHLDN; Photography by Ventola Photography, via Wedding Chicks; Vintage Oilcloth; Floral Centerpieces, Martha Stewart Weddings; Mexican door; Streamers, Flickr; Reception Decor, 100 Layer Cake.

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