WHAT DOES A TACO MOJO WEDDING LOOK LIKE?
Denise and Andrew were incredibly creative in personalizing their wedding reception at Hudson Gardens, making it completely their own with a thoughtful, well-orchestrated design elements throughout. Amazing what they were able to do, all while living in Canada and having their wedding here.
Rocky Mountain Bride recently featured Denise and Andrew's wedding, capturing pictures of their own style and personalities. Like Denise and Andrew, many brides and grooms are excited about the option of featuring a Taco Mojo taco bar as a non-traditional option for their wedding reception. But somtimes they can't wrap their heads around what it will look like. The simple answer? It looks however you want it to look. To view RMB's featured article, click here.
Taco Mojo receives dozens of calls and email inquiries from brides and grooms, all wanting to know how much will their cost. It is a challenging question to answer because each and every wedding reception is completely unique, completely different. How different? Here are serveral other articles featuring Denver weddings that Taco Mojo has catered:
- Jake and Jenna's Wedding
- Rachel and Dave's Wedding
- Caylee and Jonathan's Wedding
- Denise and Andrew's Wedding
What do they all share in common? Personalization and Simplicity. Every couple that we have worked with included their own touches without going to extremes. Affordability may have something to do with it, and yet when it comes to weddings, we are big believers in "less is more" because our clients tell is that they are "laid back" and want their reception to be a "party," not an "extravagent over the top affair." These descriptions come directly from the Taco Mojo Wedding Questionnaire that each couple completes to begin the process of planning their wedding.
Hudson Gardens (Tina Joiner Photography)