I loved styling these beautiful beach-themed details.
These wedding favors were so perfect! Handmade shell ornaments.
The color of the ocean was absolutely stunning! Such a perfect location for the ceremony.
Not a bad spot for your cocktail hour!
Barefoot sandals instead of shoes.
Anna & Frank’s Turks and Caicos destination wedding was held at the Alexandra Resort on the beach of Grace Bay.
It was so nice getting to know everybody while we were there. Because destination weddings generally have a smaller guest count, (Anna & Frank had 35), it’s so much easier to create a unique, intimate experience for everyone.
The intimacy of a destination wedding is something that is often missing from a traditional wedding. Being in one location with your closest family and friends and making a multi day experience out of it is unique—it’s basically a vacation for everybody! Throw in a tropical setting and you can bet your wedding will be one to remember. Not to mention a Turks and Caicos destination wedding is the perfect escape from the December cold!
Check out this article if you’re interested in learning how to plan an incredible wedding adventure like this one!
Are you looking for some more adventure wedding inspiration? Check out these boards on Pinterest!
Using our cameras, we get to record your love story for you and your family to share with future generations. How cool is that?
As a wedding photographer based in both New York City & Southern California, Tom has captured over 100 weddings! Together, we love to celebrate with you and your friends on one of the most exciting days of your lives. It brings us such joy to capture your wedding in an artistic way, not only telling your wedding story, but also making sure to bring warmth and friendliness (and a few laughs!) to the day.