I’m not sure how the question came up, but it may have sounded more or less like this: “What do you think about sailing around the Caribbean for 3 months and stop in the Turks and Caicos to get married on St Valentine’s Day?”.
WOW! That’s sound like a daydream but it’s all real. BJ and Brian left South Carolina on their beautiful boat, the “Executive Sweet”, and started an amazing lifetime adventure.
The sun blessed Providenciales more or less on a daily basis but, unfortunately, this February it took some more days off then expected. A few drops of rain may make a wedding lucky but it’s hard to believe it when you are just about to walk down the aisle…
We met Brian and his best man Dave on the boat at Turtle Cove Marina – I chose to add a texture and an old look to this image to make it more dramatic and accentuate the contrast between the gorgeous man in the tuxedo and the sea wolf that Brian represents
The couple booked a suite at Grace Bay Club and chose to celebrate their wedding on the resort beach.
While BJ was getting ready I noticed the little make-up mirror on the side and froze the moment…
If it rains outside… we simply take pictures inside until it stops…
… and sooner or later it will 🙂
Who cares if the sky is gray when you are having so much fun?!?
I loved BJ’s dress – she wanted to show her tattoo and the design was perfect
Not your usual wedding picture, definitely… but with such an original and great couple I HAD to think outside the box
So we didn’t have a sunset… BJ’s wish wasn’t completely satisfied therefore we planned to get together one more time a few days later to make up for it. The morning was nice but around noon a horrible storm hit the island. Preston and I went to the boat with bad news… how could we get some great shots with a 30 knots wind and a thick layer of clouds?!? BJ’s optimism “forced” us to give it a try and we headed to Sapodilla Bay hoping for the best. Miracles happen every day and those images are the proof: