As it’s 14th February today we are celebrating Valentines day! Notoriously the most romantic day...
Happy Friday everyone! I hope you have had a good week so far and are ready for a fab weekend ahead of us! I am off to my nieces 18th birthday party this evening, then tomorrow Nik and I are off to Nottingham to go dancing. It’s an Ibiza classic night. I haven’t been to a nightclub for ages, but this is the first of many nights out I have planned over the next few months, so I can’t wait! What about you? Do you have any weddings to go to? I am finishing off the week with Lety and Pablo and their vow renewal, which took place on 3rd November 2021 at Mia Tulum in Mexico. They held a traditional Mayan Ceremony which was intimate and personal. It all looks superb and is so full of love. Big thanks to Joherr Photos for the beautiful images.
Lety & Pablo are the most kind couple I’ve been honoured to celebrate with. Lety is a wedding photographer the lives in Atlanta GA, but she loves weddings! They hadn’t a wedding back when they got married, so they wanted to have something really intimate and cherish their union with their most closest people. She comes really often to shoot at Tulum so she had a really good idea of what she wanted for her event! So when she told me she wanted to celebrate her vows renewal I was totally excited to see her ideas! Pablo is a landscaping designer, he was involved in all the details of their décor, he wanted a colourful vibe with the romantic style of Lety. The suit and the flowers colours where his idea, while Lety wanted to keep it boho and clean so she asked to be minimal and classy. The combination in the décor was absolutely stunning!
We started with a mayan ceremony in a cenote, this place surrounds you with a great energy! There was their closest friends celebrating with them their union. After that we went to have a great time in a fair lighted tunnel on Mia Tulum in front of the beach. Vibes were spectacular! We will always remember this celebration and is it was full of moments. We gave also to Pablo a napkin with the date of his brother so he can remember him on this important date.
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