Felicia + Luther´s beach wedding. How things turn from bad to unforgettable. Puerto Vallarta wedding photography by Lime fotografia

Just a couple weeks ago I realized how fortunate I am for belonging to such a wonderful team: Staci Marquez-Nichols from Puerto Vallarta Wed , the wedding planner,  Robin Manoogian, the minister and I, the guy behind the camera. What could ended up as a really bad experience turned into the dream wedding for Felicia and Luther, a couple from Philadelphia, who decided to have an small yet lovely beach wedding during their summer vacation in Puerto Vallarta.

Summer weather down here in Puerto Vallarta is delightful, but it becomes a bit tricky, sometimes, it takes a couple hours to make the perfect bright sunny day into a super heavy shower, which basically was the case. After some careful planning and advice from Staci and the bride, the time  for the ceremony was set at sunset ( which, BTW,  is amazing around here ) ,  but, a day before,  weather forecast said storm clouds were approaching the area, and, sadly, this time, it was right. Clouds, rain and thunders were around most of the evening, leaving a disheartened  bride in our hands. Luckily, our officiant, Robin stepped up and convinced Felicia that rescheduling to next morning would be the best option so she could have the wedding she was expecting.

It has to be said that Robin fell a bit short: next morning was totally spectacular, despite the time it was a hot day, the ocean was deep blue, the sky was filled with these fluffy clouds, showing the best scenery possible, and such was the happy newlyweds opinion when I shared the photos with them the next day, before they flew back to their home city.

So, thanks to everyone’s effort and skills we managed to share another magical moment joining together loving people’s lives.

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Author: raul perez amezquita

Fotógrafo, parcialmente geek y 101% feliz padre de familia. / Photographer, a bit of a geek and 100% happy father of two girls. Wedding photography

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