Wedding in San Miguel de Allende
If you are
looking for a place to get married in San Miguel de Allende, let us plan your unique event that reflects
your personal tastes and desires. Your family and guests will enjoy every
moment of all your planned festivities. Whether you choose a small intimate
wedding at Casa Schuck or a larger elaborate event at Casa Cordelli, your
wedding will be customized with your budget and desires. You can set
your mind at rest knowing that as professionals with unsurpassed experience you
will fully enjoy this memorable day with your family and friends.
Upon entering the courtyard of this beautifully preserved colonial building, you are instantly transported back to 19th-century Mexico. A unique hotel gallery concept, Haiku Hotel features guest rooms with an amazing decoration. #haiku #casaschuck #casacordelli
San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato
2008 UNESCO recognized San Miguel de Allende and the neighboring Sanctuary of
Jesus de Atotonilco as World Heritage of Humanity sites, citing the town's
religious and civil architecture as a demonstration of the evolution of
different trends and styles, from Baroque to late 19th century Neo-Gothic.
Miguel is a preferred destination of art lovers. Whether you're an aspiring or
accomplished artist, or just prefer to admire the creations of others, you'll
be happy here. Studio openings, courses and workshops form a vital part of the
thriving arts scene. Galleries, boutiques and shops selling a wide range of art
and handicrafts are plentiful so it won't be hard to find souvenirs to take
home with you.
Miguel de Allende has an air of tranquility about it, belying the fact that
there is always something happening. This is the perfect city for an extended
stay. Take a Spanish course or some art classes and make yourself at home. It
is safe to walk around day and night and the climate is pleasant year-round.
Come and visit at Haiku Hotel “Catrina
Sharona”, she is made out of cut glass, mirrors and found objects. Anado
McLauchlin draws his inspiration from indigenous cultures in Mexico and the
"Dance of Allowing", following the muse. The artist's work comes from
a space of spontaneity and improvisation.
Anado McLauchlin (born 1947), is an ex-pat artist living in the small
village of La Cieneguita in central Mexico. At present Anado is constructing a large scale compound known as "Casa las Ranas", which includes the gallery known
as “The Chapel of Jimmy Ray” and houses Anado's multi layered assemblages which
he refers to as Artifacts from the Chapel.