Tulum Wedding Photographer, Adrienne and Evan at Milamores, Tulum, Mexico
December 8, 2009
Adrienne and Evan were married at Milamores, a secluded beach front property near Tulum, Mexico, which according to legend was originally built by famous drug king pin Pablo Escobar. Mil Amores is now living a whole new life as an “eco chic” boutique hotel and was a peaceful and private wedding location for Adrienne and Evan. Despite the weekend beginning with some weather “issues” due to pesky Hurricane Ida, the wedding day was unforgettable and the beach amazingly calm and beautiful for the oceanfront ceremony. Adrienne and Evan are a very loving couple and had planned so many thoughtful surprises for their guests it was really fun to see (and photograph!) each charming detail and how everyone had such a good time all through the evening’s celebration.
The bride and groom before the ceremony… muy guapos los dos!
Tulum’s wedding coordinator Gwen Grossett of Destination Weddings Tulum was on hand to make the wedding and reception all come together and run smoothly. Below, Adrienne walking through the jungle on the way to the ceremony.
The reception was moved indoors due to the uncertain weather, so while things may have been a little different than planned the ambiance was simply amazing.
Tulum wedding photography by Mexico destination wedding photographer Elizabeth Medina at Milamores, Tulum, Mexico.
Dreams Tulum Wedding Photography, Audra and Joe’s Destination Wedding in Mexico
September 4, 2008
I get a surprising number of emails every week from destination brides and grooms asking for suggestions of locations for their weddings. I know the choices must be overwhelming, especially since there is not always the opportunity for a site visit before actually making the trip to Mexico for the wedding. When asked about Dreams Tulum I am always happy to give an enthusiastic thumbs up, especially if the crowd is a bit laid back and may be bringing children. Everyone just seems to have a great time at Dreams Tulum! This wedding certainly is a case in point, I was struck over and over as I edited all the photographs by the smiles on everyone’s face. Audra and Joe are a very active and fun couple, great to hang out with and to photograph! The ceremony was held on the beach and the dinner and dancing afterward also overlooked the ocean, in the Seaside Grill restaurant. Thank you Audra and Joe for letting us photograph your day. Best wishes to the two of you,may you continue to be blessed!
Bride and groom getting ready…
I thought this tee shirt was the best!
Audra and her team before they helped her with her final preparations.
So beautiful! I love it when there is enough time to do bridal portraits before the ceremony, they are always some of my favorites of the day.
The ceremony set up on the beach.
This is one of my favorites from the day.
In the warm weather sometimes the ring just doesn’t want to go on! iI loved Audra’s reaction!
The black and red color scheme is a bit different for a beach wedding, I thought the punchy color looked just fantastic.
Bridal party formals..
The first dance…
Not quite sure what was going on here…
Wedding photography in Mexico by professional wedding photographer Elizabeth Medina. Elizabeth Medina is a Wedding Photojournalist based in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. She photographs weddings throughout Mexico at locations including the Maya Riviera, Yucatan haciendas, Cancun, Cozumel, Isla Mujeres, Puerto Vallarta, Los Cabos y San Miguel de Allende.
Wedding Photographs and Jungle Trash the Dress (with horses!), Annie and Marc, Tulum, Mexico
January 13, 2008
Annie was one of those brides who really love and appreciate the importance of photographs (something I can relate to!), it was so much fun to hear about all her photography ideas for the wedding day and also for the unique “trash the dress” photo shoot she had planned for the morning after the wedding. The “trash the dress” session to me is not really about the dress at all…basically it is just a relaxed opportunity to create special photographs of the bride and groom, without having to worry about all the guests, timetables and nerves of the wedding day. And if the bride and groom are adventurous like Annie and Marc, all the better!
Right before the ceremony at Dreams Tulum it started to RAIN! I couldn’t believe it since it had been nice all day… fortunately it stopped in time for the ceremony and everything was beautiful!
The wedding ceremony site at Dreams Tulum was so beautiful, I think it looks like a desert island.
Annie and Marc during the ceremony.
Marc and Annie celebrating with their beautiful flower girls.
A perfect destination bride…
Annie asked for pictures with flowers, since it was winter at home. I decided to try to frame them with flowers and think that I succeeded in both of these images.
The next morning early we headed out for the trash the dress session. Gorgeous!
Tulum wedding Photographer: Courtney and Mark, Tulum, Mexico
November 7, 2007
Courtney and Mark were married in a beautiful beach wedding in Tulum, Mexico. Courtney had been planning the wedding for many months and her attention to detail was incredible. It was fun to continually discover new details as the day went on, like a stunningly beautiful beaded Reem Acra gown, the date written in rhinestones on the bottom of Courtney’s Manolos, feathers in her bouquet or the little frog sparkling on Mark’s lapel to mention just a few. Color was everywhere, the amazing pinks of the flowers and bridesmaid’s dresses contrasted wonderfully with the ocean blues. The bride and groom and their guests met with some unexpected challenges, the first and most minor of which was the rain that started right about the time Courtney was slipping into her dress. They took the weather in stride and were able to have a very special beach ceremony.
Courtney and Mark, I truly hope the photographs will help bring back happy memories of the day to the two of you as well as your friends and families.
The beautiful bride…
The little frog on Mark’s lapel.
More details, the ceremony program was a fan in Courtney´s colors, what a great idea.
The happy mother of the groon during the vows.
The moon was beautiful over the ocean.