THROWBACK: A destination wedding and choosing privacy

Last year in March we were asked to come along to Mexico to photograph a wedding alongside a wedding video specialist. In the slower moments, we'd also help to film. It was such an incredible time. Like most of our couples (due to personal choice or religion) these two really wanted their wedding to be private, so while we did capture their full wedding day, plus a second day where we joined them on a boat to La Isla Mujeres, our photos shared here only show a little of the details. 

We believe capturing the details are important, especially if you choose a destination wedding because often Bride's are so caught up in the excitement and the preparations that having photos to remember the room, the ambiance, the decor, the feel - make it special to look back on and couples can appreciate it from a different perspective. 

Bride's Tip:
If you don't want your private moments shared, let your photographer know.
Often photographers use images to market and showcase their work but will often compromise by only sharing the details and being creative with how they capture the moments. Keep in mind, that these 'other' images may be shared in private with clients, but will never be posted online especially if you've agreed to it in the contract. 

Hyatt Zilara
Cancun, Mexico

Photography: Mailyne B.