Wedding Venue: Villa del Palmar Flamingos Resort, Nuevo Vallarta, Nayarit, Mexico
Second shooter: Eduardo Gabriel Rivera
Nuevo Vallarta Beach wedding photography at Villa del Plamar Flamingos Resort.
beach wedding photography in Puerto Vallarta Mexico
One of the best answers I’ve heard of brides and grooms on why do they decide about a beach wedding in Puerto Vallarta is because they can keep it very intimate, and only their closest beloved ones will join. And this time, it was the same thing. From the venue ( Casa Karma, which is a stylish ocean front boutique hotel) to the wedding dress to the vows exchange was so personal and heart filled and filling. There is no way I could not be greatful to share days like these.
Beach Wedding photos at the Hilton Vallarta Resort
Summer beach wedding photographer at Villa del Palmar Flamingos, Nuevo Vallarta, Nayarit, Mexico.
Doing a beach wedding during the summer could be super rewarding, however there is always the risk that the weather make plans change suddenly. Happily for Lindsay and Eric, what could ended up with some sad faces, turned out into a beautiful and heartful celebration of their love, perfomed in the luxury Villa del Palmar Flamingos Resort.
According to my experience, and I might sound a bit redundant already, the very first block of a lovely beach wedding is the positive energy of the soon-to-be newlyweds. And this time it was not the exception, Sarah and Corey were there to enjoy their covenant at the Hilton All Inclusive Resort in Puerto Vallarta, and everything else fell in its place, resulting in some moments they and their friends and family will remind with a smile, and maybe some tears of joy. Even a pirate ship showed up!
This was a surprise filled beach wedding, start to end, from the fantastic weather and views at such amazing venue: Villa del Palmar Flamingos resort, to the lovely details the couple and the careful hotel staff put together , and of course, the cherry on top: bride and groom’s ski diving grand entrance.
Wedding pictures of an intimate ceremony at Villa Palapas in Chacala Nayarit Mexico.
Fotos de boda de una ceremonia en playa en Chacala Nayarit.
Besides getting to know this amazing wedding venue in a secluded but spectacular area, Caradee + Patrick’s wedding pumped up my heart so hard that I still get a smile on my face remembering it. Despite the more than one hour drive from Puerto Vallarta, everything, from start to finish was so rewarding.
Along with my good friends and vendors Macdai from MacEvent and Marcella Castellanos -the ceremony officiant- we were welcome by Nidia and the caring staff of Villa Palapas in the small town of Chacala. The place, the weather, and , above all, the good vibe these families and friends had was perfect. And everything kept the very same direction the rest of the day.
Finally, it could be added that another big takeaway I’ve got from this time was a reminder about why I do this. Whilst the bride was getting ready, her mom, a super nice lady ( who later suffered the blast of her firs tequila shot ) asked me: ” what do you like the most of your job? ” My immediate response was: ” all the love that’s around during a wedding day”.
Every wedding is an oportunity to be amazed, learn more and get involved in super positive energy. This time, to share such special celebration with Daniella + Glen at the gorgeous Casa Velas Hotel met everything all the attendees could expect. As it would be the first time documenting a wedding under Jewish traditions I tried to be as ready as possible , so I read and consulted about it, and there was something that stood out to me from the rest of the rites and got me looking forward to witness it: “The Hora” which turned out to be as special as I could think.
Here are some of the moments of their special day. Once again, I can’t be grateful enough for their trust.
Making your dream beach wedding in Puerto Vallarta in the summer is a bit tricky as the weather could have for you some surprises, and Frances + Bob can talk about it for a while. Since the planning stages she was seriously concerned about the chances of raining during her intimate wedding at La Palapa Restaurant in Los Muertos Beach, in Puerto Vallarta. In the end, we all hoped for the best and set the times to make it happen at the sunset.
The caring staff at La Palapa, led by Sofia, carried on with a lovely and detail filled set up close to one of the most representative spots in town: Los Muertos beach pier ( recently listed amongst top most beautiful piers in the world by CNN travel) ; friends, family, Marcela – the officiant-, I and an excited groom awaited for the bride to show up, when heavy clouds approached threatening. Optimistic comments went back and forth ( whilst keeping our fingers crossed). Finally she showed up, just along with the first rain drops, and yet, it was decided that the ceremony would go on. Minutes later, their perseverance paid off: a magnificent sunset was the frame of an amazing day.
So thankful to be part of these moments.