Lia and I used to work together and one thing I remember her saying was that if she ever were to have a Turks and Caicos beach wedding, she would want me to be her photographer!
Three weeks ago, Lia and Joe had their wedding and sure enough, I took great pride in being their photographer. After looking at a few different locations for their wedding ceremony, they decided on it being on Little Water Cay.
Lia got ready at a rented private villa in Long Bay whilst Joe got ready at the home of his parents, also in Long Bay. Unbeknown to most of their guests, Lia and Joe had their ‘first look’ at The Palms Resort and Spa before heading to Blue Haven Marina to catch their respective boats to the small island.
Joe and his family and the rest of the wedding guests boarded the beautiful sail boat, The Atabeyra, whilst Lia, her mother and sisters and some of her girlfriends were taken over to the island on Caicos Catalyst.
Around an hour before sunset, Lia arrived to the Island where the ceremony was going to take place. Joe and the Atabeyra guests were waiting in anticipation for the beautiful bride. And boy was she a beautiful bride! The ceremony took place under a stunning driftwood arch, put together by some of their friends.
Following the ceremony, we had some time to spend taking photographs of friends and family on this beautiful deserted island, as well as pictures of the happy couple. Before heading back to Providenciales on the Atabeyra, everybody enjoyed a few cocktails while watching the sunset.
The wedding reception took place at Opus restaurant and was the start of an evening of celebration that went on into the early hours! Congratulations to Lia and Joe on their beautiful wedding and thank you for letting me be the one to capture it.
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The first time I met with Andrea and Daniel was at their beautiful private villa to talk about their upcoming small Grace Bay beach destination wedding.
After chatting for a few minutes with bride and groom and some of their family members, I knew this was going to be a beautiful beach destination wedding to capture.
Andrea and Daniel wanted a very intimate wedding with just very close friends and family members and the Turks & Caicos Islands was the ideal place to do their destination wedding. Keisha Delancy from Destination TCI helped the bride and groom with all the planning for their wedding day.
After looking for different beach location for their wedding ceremony, the bride and groom finally found the perfect location and that was Grace Bay beach next to the beautiful Point Grace boutique resort . This stunning yet small resort has some gorgeous gardens for photography and the beach is always very quiet, making it the perfect location to celebrate small wedding ceremonies.
Andrea and Daniel got married on March 31st, an hour before sunset on the most beautiful beaches in the world, Grace Bay beach. After their wedding ceremony and toasts to the happy couple, it was time to do a few photos with Andrea and Daniel on the beach just as the sun was beginning to set. This is the perfect time of the day for the best soft light for photography.
Andrea and Daniel and all their wedding guests moved on to celebrate their wedding reception at Hemingways Restaurant located on the hart of Grace Bay beach, just a few minutes along from where their wedding ceremony took place.
Here are a few images from their wedding day…
Wedding location: Point Grace Resort, Providenciales. Wedding planner: Keisha Delancy from Destination TCI. Officiant: Pastor Colby . Flowers by Environmental Arts.
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I recently had the pleasure of photographing a secluded elopement in Parrot Cay, one of the finest islands of the Turks and Caicos. Anett and Miklos are a couple who spend half of each year living in New York for work and the other half in their home country of Hungary. With the intention of doing a larger wedding in Hungary later with family and friends, they first chose to get away together for a more secretive and intimate beach wedding at a beautiful private villa in Parrot Cay.
On March 15th, I took a twenty-five minute private resort ferry to the island where I met Nadia, the lovely wedding planner, who was waiting for me at the dock. After a short drive to their private and very beautiful villa, I met Anett and Miklos and knew straight away that not only was this going to be a special day, it was going to be a fun day!
The wedding ceremony took place on the beach in front of their private villa. Seeing as it was just the two of them, we could afford to start the ceremony a bit later. After the ceremony, we had plenty of time to take photos along the beach and as the weather was faultless, we even had the chance to fly our drone for some extra special aerial pictures.
Following a beautiful sunset and a fun wedding shoot, it was time for me to make my way back to the marina to catch the private resort ferry back to the island of Providenciales.
Wedding location: Parrot Cay Resort. Wedding planner: Nadia Razak. Officiant: Dee Connolly. Flowers by Environmental Arts. Hair and Make up by Shenique by Sheque Perfections
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