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Cancun Wedding | Ewan and Alice

June 25, 2019

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This beautiful Cancun wedding has everything you’re looking for–love, family, friends, and an abundance of overwhelming joy! Alice and Ewan really stole my heart when we did their engagement session on Isla De Mujeres (more to come on that stay tuned). So I knew their wedding was going to be amazing. First of all, these two are the sweetest and most in love couple ever (as evidenced by their photos, am I right?!?!). Their Cancun wedding was held at the Zama Beach club  which overlooks the ocean and has white sandy shoreline. It couldn’t have been a more perfect evening. Alice and Ewan didn’t stop dancing the entire night.

First of all I have to say that I had been so excited to shoot this Cancun wedding and couldn’t wait to see how much Isla De Mujeres had changed since I has last been there (last time I was there was when I was 18-so basically a billion years ago). I was so pleasantly surprised by how beautiful the island still is, although much more populated than how I remembered  it.

The beach ceremony made for the most gorgeous backdrop and it was perfect as guests were able to stroll on the beach to dip their feet in the water whenever they wanted to cool off from dancing. I loved how everyone stood looking out watching as the sun set–because it was seriously majestic.  For a sweet dessert they had churro cart instead of a wedding cake, because what’s better than churros?

Those last images (shot on true black and white film) are how I love to remember Alice and Ewan. It was just the two of them. They’re so madly in love and they are so focused on one another (as if we all had disappeared–if even for a moment).

wedding planning and even design | The Palm Atelier

Wedding gown | Grace Loves Lace

scans | The Find Lab

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