Photo by Ana Hinojosa and Sergio Sandona

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Photo by Ana Hinojosa and Sergio Sandona

__Fun in the sun__ During the day on Friday, Jake and Farryn (in a Norma Kamali halter one-piece) relaxed by their private plunge pool. They also spent time at the resort’s three public pools.

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Farryn wore “snowflake-shaped” diamond earrings on the big day. Dannijo earrings, $120.

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Lack of Color hat, $129.

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The bride describes her dress as “sophisticated, modern, sexy, and romantic.” Pronovias gown, price upon request.

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“We wanted dinner to feel warm, magical, and abundant,” says the bride of their candlelit tables. West Elm candleholders, from $29.

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Ana Hinojosa and Sergio Sandona

__An Intentional Invite__ The invitation suite included custom designs by Julie Song and an illustrated map by the bride’s friend Minali Chatani. Guests also received red bracelets with special messages.

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Photo by Josephine Schiele

To “look like herself,” Farryn wore all her own makeup, including this foundation. Giorgio Armani Beauty Face Fabric Foundation, $49; sephora .com.

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Emily Levine bag, $215.

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The couple encouraged their guests to be adventurous with the different event dress codes, like “black un-tied” for Saturday night. Ancient Greek Sandals flats, $250.

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The dancing space featured palm fronds on the ceiling and walls. Cost Plus World Market planter, $45.