Carmen and Joe’s ceremony took place at the Santo Toribio Church, one of the oldest and most beautiful Catholic churches in the old colonial city of Cartagena, Colombia. The bride arrived on a horse-drawn carriage, while the groom walked through the old city streets to the church. The reception at Sofitel Legend Santa Clara was once the church to the then convent during the colonial era and is a spectacular venue. The staff dressed up as monks to pop the champagne bottles creating a seriously unforgettable experience for everyone. This Caribbean destination wedding in Colombia is a spectacle for the eyes…
Set in the Evergreen Brick Works, a historic heritage site in the Don River Valley Park of Toronto, this Havana wedding inspiration pays homage to the elegance and splendor of 1940s Cuba. We’re loving the brick backdrop paired with a little bit of a tropical color palette and island-inspired florals and greenery. This whole shoot was warm, inviting, a little bit tropical, a little bit urban, and a whole lot of vintage gorgeousness.
Cariona and Omorow first met when Cariona went down to Canouan (a small island in the Caribbean) for work. When planning their wedding, the couple knew that they wanted to get married down in the Caribbean where it all began. They decided on Bequia, a small island off of the main island, Saint Vincent. The couple was married on the oldest church on the island, St. Mary’s Anglican Church. Afterwards, everyone danced until the party was crashed (literally) at the end of the night, ending in a giant celebration and a spontaneous jump into the pool.
Joss and Mike are both artists, producer and designer respectively. Their love for music had brought them together and they both wanted a more artistic (and less traditional) wedding. Joss wanted natural and moody elements, too, like a rustic bouquet with flowers “as they appear in nature” (yes!), black candles, and an off-white dress contrasted with darker makeup. Mike rocked a burgundy suit that took it all to a whole other level.
Sasha and Masya said that when they met, it was love at first sight and it seemed like it had come straight out of ancient Greek mythology. So it made perfect sense to channel the gods in an ancient Greek ceremony pulling from modern Greek traditions. In terms of style, this is where the pair shined. Think transparent lace in Greek goddess style, a blue mohawk, lots of amazing ink, bare feet, bejeweled anklets, and a pleated white Greek-inspired skirt and white sandals on the groom.
Karren and Raúl live in Santiago but decided to travel to the south of Chile for their seriously gorgeous countryside wedding in Puerto Varas. It’s 1000km from the capital, but it was well worth the trip. They brought their dickie-bowed dog to complete the family trip (and the pupper shots are epic).
Get ready for a tearful ceremony, an Instax guest book, catering I wish I could eat right now, tiny plant favors, and scenery that will make you want to teleport to Puerto Varas. Let’s enjoy this stunning wedding…