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That Amazing British Wedding (in Belize) – Belize Wedding Photography

Don’t tell us you haven’t heard about ‘THE’ wedding between a beautiful young woman and a handsome British man in uniform. Of course you have and we are beyond thrilled to tell you that it was in Belize.  Not only that, but you are one of the very lucky people, who will be able to get an insider’s perspective on this fabulous event through the eyes of Conch Creative.

That dress! That dress and a waterfall!

That hat and gloves! And sandals. What? Oh! Wait a minute. This wedding will be on the beach. Just a teaser for some cuteness to come. The groom did not wear sandals. God forbid! But, look out for the ring bearer.

Of course, for a ceremony of this magnitude, special arrangements have to made to ensure that there is nothing unsightly to spoil the beauty of this special day. Thank goodness for these hard working Belizeans who cleared the influx of sea grass from the beach. Gotta love them!


A special courier was employed to carry gifts and messages from the bride to the groom and from the groom to the bride. This special courier was, in fact, the photographer. Multi tasking!

Guess who nearly ruined her makeup?

Guess who’s lucky he wasn’t wearing any makeup.

Guess who got their very own gifts to assist with their own make up. Meet the Mums.

Mums are so important at weddings. They do things like this mother of the bride is doing here – ensuring that absent loved ones still get to participate in some of the festivities. Meet the bride’s dog.

More gifts to go round. Dad and the two best men.

Yes! You heard correctly. TWO best men. We did say that this was an extraordinary event.

Dad ensures that everything is as it should be with our handsome soldier’s dress uniform.

The Mums bond while leaving bridal details to the experts.

A blessing by both parents, while making sure that the surprise isn’t spoiled.

OMG! Hold on to your hats. (We hope you’re wearing a hat while you’re reading this. It’s only fitting.) It’s starting.

Like every wedding of this magnitude. Here come the parade of the real stars.

We’re not sure, but we’re thinking there may have been an imbalance in flowers in those baskets. That’s certainly what it looks like is going through the mind of one of these chiffon wrapped cuties.

Never mind because look who is arriving now. Where’s the Paparazzi when you need them?

This tiny star seemed to have been accompanied by a minder to make sure he fulfilled his duties and delivered the rings perfectly. Way to represent little fella!

And here she comes! We’ve all been waiting. No! Don’t cry yet.

Too late. He’s already there. If you haven’t already fetched your hankies, now would be an appropriate time.

This is how they greeted each other. *sniff* *sniff*

It was a perfect day. Even in tropical Belize, the day was just more perfect than most. It had to be.

And the crowd goes wild!

Now she has a hat. But just for a moment, check out that bouquet. British roses. Could this get any better?

You know it will. We have to admit that even after hundreds of weddings in Belize, the photographer was blown away by this one.

Unfortunately, not everyone was on board though.

Right now, the order of the day is to get legal.

We don’t normally post group shots, but look at them. How could we not share this with you?

A Belizean throne for a little sit down.

Romantic photo time. The secret waterfall of San Pedro. Oh yes.

That secret waterfall is located in the secret jungle.

From beach to mysterious and magical. Absolutely fitting for such a day.

Yes. This really happened. He washed her feet. He did. Hang on while we swoon.

In typical San Pedro style, off they go in their Belizean limo. ‘But why’? We hear you declare. ‘Where are they going? Don’t let this day end!’ you implore.

But there’s cake. They must go to their cake. And so…

…we leave you with this last, photo, just to remind you of this day, this blog, this wedding and this amazing British wedding in Belize. Like you’d even forget.

 

This gorgeous wedding was organised and hosted by Xanadu Island Resort

Come for the Culture and Bring Some of Your Own – Belize Weddings


   Many couples come to Belize for the beauty and this photo certainly illustrates that. Other couples come to Belize for the culture. This couple brought some of their culture with them to Belize and we were so lucky to be part of it. But, as always, we have to take you through the day like we do with all of our other fabulous weddings. This one was certainly fabulous.

Here comes the bride and what a stunning bride she is. We love the colours she chose and her bridal party are just gorgeous.

The wedding was as lovely as any traditional wedding in Belize can be. Right on the beach, overlooking the Caribbean Sea.

The couple had no less than movie star smiles when their wedding was declared official.

And Maya, our photographer, made sure to create her typically magical wedding images featuring the extraordinary natural backdrop of Belize.

Romance and intimate moments are cherished memories that we are committed to capturing for our couples.

We don’t usually feature group shots and even though this is a very good looking group, we have a special reason for doing this. You see, it is definitely fashionable for the bride to change clothes part way through her wedding day. She often has a second, more casual or comfortable outfit for the festivities after the ceremony. This was the first wedding we’ve ever photographed where everyone changed part way through the wedding day.

Bringing some incredible Nigerian culture with them all the way to Belize via the UK. It’s almost hard to believe that this great looking bunch were able to pull off looking even more fantastic after a hot, sunny, Caribbean afternoon. They were just getting warmed up it seems.

Here come the newly married couple to get the party started.

Do you see that little hut at the end of the dock there? Well, that’s where all the action began.

There is a wedding tradition in Nigeria called ‘spraying money’. This is a custom when guests place money on the heads of the couple on their wedding day. It represents a showering of good fortune.

Not only was there much good fortune being sprayed upon this newly married couple.

There was also plentiful love and joy.

Those loving feelings carried into the evening with the bride sharing a bouquet with her Matron of Honour to thank her.

And then, sharing her own with some very competitive guests.

Not sure she’s ready for that kind of commitment just yet, but she looks very pleased with herself.

The music started.

The dancing commenced.

And, like all Belize weddings, it was a night to remember.

 

 

This amazing wedding was hosted and organised by Victoria House Resort

Throwin’ Shade(s) in Belize – Belize Wedding Photography

Weddings are always full of love and emotion, but some weddings are just ‘extra’. They are the ones that, as wedding photographers, give us leaky eyes when we remember them. They don’t really ‘throw shade’ on the other weddings, but in this case, they did throw shades! You’ll understand when you read this blog and see the photos, just what we mean.

The perfect place to start is with the dress.

 And here is the bride.

We don’t usually feature the groom’s clothing, but in this case, the collar. Just check this out! Detailicious!

While we’re on details, let’s look at those rings. You can stare. They won’t know.

As getting the bride dressed becomes a more dedicated activity…

…it’s time for her to send her son to help his stepfather-to-be ’cause they need to do that bonding stuff too.

This is when it starts to get extra folks. Hope you have your hankies ready.

There’s just something so special in this…

…and this. And how s’tie’lish is that bow tie?

Meanwhile, in the bridal quarters.

Everything is ready to go. Sand – check. Palm tree – check. Blue skies – check. A view of the barrier reef – check. Fluffy clouds – check.

Let’s see if everyone is ready to go. Bride’s feet are looking beautiful.

Guys are taking selfies.

Bride’s garters. Oooh La La.

Guys are sharing refreshments.

 And so it begins. Two families joining.

Everyone has something to say.

Making sure that the family will always be united.

Through love.

Through tears.

Through laughter.

A family as one.

Full of symbolism.

Full of joy.

In one short afternoon on the beach…

…everything changes and it also stays the same.

But there is no doubt that this family has grown.

It’s certainly something worth celebrating. After all, it is a wedding. Right now there needs to be a little privacy.

So, there will be.

Dancing partners forever.

To love and to cherish.

To create memories.

There aren’t many places better for that than beautiful Belize.

And now the cake is calling.

Tradition insists that the cake gets some attention.

Tradition has some good ideas really.

This family is ready to start some traditions of its very own.

 

 

This ‘extra’ wedding where shades were thrown was organised and hosted by Coco Beach Resort

 

Find the Caye to Your Heart in Belize – Belize Weddings

 

We’re not sure how many there are. We’re not sure anyone really knows, but there are possibly hundreds of small ‘islands’ off the coast of Belize. The thing is that they are not islands, in the true sense. They are ‘cayes’. Cayes are formed on the top of reefs and are pretty much held together by the forests of the sea, mangroves.

In this photo, not only are you able to see how mangroves grow and help to create cayes, but you can also see how love seems to sprout on the cayes in Belize. And just in case you didn’t know how to pronounce ‘cayes’, it rhymes with Belize. Perfect!


When you get married in the tropics, you tend to avoid dressing until the very last moment. This works well with the laid back way of life on the cayes and contributes to a stress free and relaxed wedding. Everyone has time to finish off those last minute details without feeling rushed. Small things like ummm..writing your vows.

The dress is the last item of clothing donned before a Belize wedding and most brides don’t put it on until 15 minutes before the ceremony.

When there is so little time to get worried, it keeps the nerves at bay .

Destination beach weddings are stunning in their simplicity, allowing Mother Nature to provide the decorations and ambience.

(Had to find an excuse to include this photo of the youngest guest at this wedding)

All guests, young and old, love a beach wedding.

Even when certain things take a little longer than expected. Ahem…

After the wedding is the time for the photographer and the couple to explore the caye together. Couples tell us this is one of the things they enjoy most on their wedding day as it gives them the chance to reconnect and have a breather before joining their guests again.

This is St. George’s Caye. It has a fascinating history and although there are conflicts over the facts, its place in Belizean history is celebrated annually on ‘The Battle of St. George’s Caye Day’, every 10th of September. This celebration commemorates a battle, which was fought and won in the waters surrounding the caye, that drove the Spanish from the shores of Belize in 1798.

Very few people live on St. George’s Caye full time, which means it is extremely peaceful and rustic.

You can visit the docks on the island and wander around without seeing a soul.

There are many old docks to check out and the natural beauty is serene and stunning.

Unlike some other cayes, the mangroves that provide a nursery for so much sea life are relatively untouched. There is a local saying that ‘fish grow on trees in Belize’ (which also rhymes with cayes!).

The best part is that once you find a dock you like, there’s no one and nothing to stop you from jumping right into the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea.

That’s the way to start a lifetime together with a splash!

Remember that we told you how relaxed and enjoyable weddings on cayes in Belize were? No formalities are necessary. Just love and joy.

The one thing you can never forget though is the breathtaking beauty of the magical country that is Belize. (and its cayes)

 

This beautiful wedding was hosted and organised by St. George’s Caye Resort

Pelicans & Belikins – Belize Weddings

Before we share this simply adorable wedding on the adorable island of Caye Caulker, in the adorable country of Belize, we thought we should explain what a Belikin is. Quite simply, Belikin is the beer of Belize. The fact that it rhymes with pelican means that you’ll see both in this blog.Belize Wedding Photography, Wedding in BelizeThe dress. It’s almost like it decided to visit Belize on its own and hang out on the beach. As dresses don’t drink and we couldn’t risk getting bird poop on it for the sake of a photo, we’re sorry to disappoint you with no birds or beers quite yet. Be patient. We’ll get to them soon enough.

Wedding photography Belize, Belize Wedding PhotographerBut first let’s take a quick look at the bride, getting ready for her big day.  She’s very beautiful, even without a beer in her hand.Belize Wedding Photographer, Belize Wedding PhotographyAnd here’s the groom. Ties are tricky. They are even trickier after a few beers. It’s probably wrong of us to suggest that the groom had beers before getting ready.  He might have had rum. Thank goodness there are older and more experienced hands close by to help.Wedding Photography Belize, Belize Photographer, The dress made it safely from the beach and onto the bride. That smile says it all and there isn’t even a pelican in the room.

Destination Wedding Photographer, Belize Photography, Caye Caulker WeddingLet’s take a break from the beer and pelican references and just enjoy a little overdose of cute for a moment.Photography Belize, Belize Wedding PhotographerThere they are! Oh wait a minute. Those can’t be the groomsmen. Were they even invited?Caye Caulker WeddingNot even an ‘I do’ could be shared without a pelican making sure he got into the photo.

Belikin Wedding, Belize Wedding, Destination Wedding PhotographyAnd there you go. The Belikin makes an appearance. Every couple deserves some ice cold refreshment after a hot tropical wedding.Wedding Photographer in Belize, Caye Caulker PhotographyAfter everyone went to get refreshments (probably Belikins), look who just had to hang around. Honestly!Belize Wedding Photographer, Caye Caulker WeddingLobster doesn’t rhyme with pelican or Belikin but it certainly tastes good. Where do lobsters come from? Well, in Belize, they come from lobster traps, which are hand made by lobster fisherfolk and piled up to create backdrops for wedding photography when lobster is out of season.Belize weddings, Belize photographerIt’s not just pelicans and lobster fisherfolk who live on Caye Caulker. The village is full of life, love and Belizean hospitality.Belize Wedding, Caye Caulker Wedding Photography, Belize PhotographyThere’s another pelican. You can’t blame him really. The scenery is stunning.Wedding Photography in Belize, Belize Wedding PhotographerThe birds all decided to settle down for the evening, leaving our adorable newly married couple to enjoy the true beauty of a Belizean sunset.Belize Wedding, Caye Caulker Wedding, Destination Wedding PhotographyThe sort of sunset that makes everyone smile.Caye Caulker Belize Wedding, Belize Wedding PhotographyOnce the sun goes down on La Isla Carinosa, another name for Caye Caulker, it’s definitely time for more beer, and some serious partying.Destination Wedding photography, Belize WeddingBefore the night was over, the guests celebrated by sending off Chinese lanterns into the night sky. These were environmentally friendly lanterns that biodegrade and cause no harm to any pelicans. They are very pretty indeed.Belize Photography, Caye Caulker WeddingThere’s really nothing quite like a wedding in Belize. Whether you have pelicans or Belikins, you’ll know that the jewel that is Belize promises a unique, wonderous and very special experience.

 

Feel Free Enough to Get Hooked in Belize – Belize Wedding Photography

belize-engagement-photography-1As destination wedding photographers in Belize, we are always eternally grateful that we get to share important moments in people’s lives while they are visiting this stunning country, we call home.

photography-in-belize-engagementThere are many things that are so very special about the beautiful country, commonly referred to as ‘the jewel’. One of the things that people say most often after visiting is that they have never seen water as clear and dazzlingly turquoise as they have in Belize.

engagement-rings-belizephotographerOther people discover Belize and become repeat visitors because of the fishing. Belize is one of the only places, maybe the only place, where it is absolutely possible to get what fisherman call the ‘Grand Slam’, which is so elusive, in one single day. Belize recognises this and protects its fishing grounds fiercely. It’s all catch and release.

belize-engagement-photographerFishing isn’t all there is to do in Belize. With the water sport lifestyle available in a tropical climate, year round, boats are for pleasure as much as they are for sport.

belize-engagement-photographer-san-pedroThe exquisite beauty of Belize never ends, even as the sun sets.

belize-engagement-photographyThose are just some of the reasons we think that Belize is becoming such a popular place for proposals. Thankfully that’s one activity which isn’t catch and release!

belize-engagement-photographer-ambergris-cayeThere’s something that frees the spirit of those who visit Belize. So many people around the world dream about the sort of playful and joyous experiences that can be had in such an amazing place.

engaged-in-belizeMiles from anywhere, wading in 80 degree glass like water on pearly white, soft sand in your bare feet.

belizeengagementphotography-1Celebrating one of the most important and, if you’re the proposer, most nerve wracking days of your life.

belizephotographerIt’s a pretty good recipe to get that ‘YES’, you’re waiting to hear.

engaged-in-belize-photographerThen, it’s time for laughter…

couples-photography-belize…and huge smiles.

belize-engagement-photographer-sandbarAt one point you’re going to remember where you are, catch your breath and take a look around you.

engagementphotographybelizeIt will make you do this, spontaneously. Trust us. It will.

belize-photographer-engagementsThe magic of Belize makes it the best place in the world to plan a life together. Congratulations!

Celebrating the New Year with a Full Moon in Belize – Belize Wedding Photography

trash-the-dress-wedding-photographer-belizeIt’s a new year and we have so many things to celebrate. We had to look up synonyms for the word ‘epic’ just to describe how unbelievable the last year has been for us as wedding photographers in Belize. Not only did we have the most fabulous, fun and fantastic weddings, but we hit over 100,000 views on this blog.  The fact that people love our work and trust us to record some of the most important events in their lives is not something we take lightly. The fact that thousands of people love our work enough to read our blog is not something we take lightly either and so we are going to start off this year as we intend to go on.  So, sit back and get ready for a blog that’s going to make you smile, blush, laugh and possibly become green with envy. Enjoy!

beach-wedding-groom-belize-photographerBelize weddings are different. They can be as fancy or as informal as you want, but Belize is all about being carefree and relaxed. Who cares if there’s only two hours until the ceremony?

wedding-photographer-belize-ambergris-cayeBrides in Belize don’t get zipped into their dress until about 15 minutes before the ceremony.

belize-wedding-beach-photographerThat’s about when the groomsmen think about getting dressed.

destination-wedding-photographer-ambergris-caye-belizeAll the groom requires is a good scrub down.

belize-trash-the-dress-wedding-photographerAnd just in case he misses a spot, the bride will take care of it later anyway.

destination-belize-wedding-photographyShe’s in her dress and va va voom! What a dress!

belize-wedding-photography-1(Gratuitous photo of conch and rings)

wedding-in-belize-photographerFather of the bride is the perfect chauffeur. We loved the little added touch of the curtain on the side of the golf cart (the preferred method of transportation on the island) so that the groom didn’t get a chance to see the bride before the wedding. As mentioned earlier, things are a little bit different in Belize.

belize-wedding-rojo-photographerAnd they did it! You see, having a wedding on the dreamy island of Ambergris Caye, just off the coast of Belize, means that no one has to sit around for 2 hours for a ceremony. It’s all about the glorious beauty of the Caribbean Sea, the experience, the friends and loved ones, the romance and of course, the party.

destination-wedding-photographer-belizeSo, now it’s time to get to the important bits.

trash-the-dress-wedding-photographer-belize-2Whoa! Wait a minute – not those important bits…(just in case you enjoyed this romantic full moon, there is more to come later in the blog)

wedding-photographer-belizeFor now, let’s stick with the sweet, sweet romance…

wedding-belize-destination-photography…lovely formal portraits and …

destination-weding-photographer-in-belize…there is always that beautiful scenery. But now, we’re going to change up the blog a little bit because this wedding, like all the weddings we work on, was unique. There is only so much of perfect, traditional, destination wedding portraits we think you need to see. Knowing that we love unconventional wedding photography, the bride brought a second dress so she could be just a little bit more daring and we feel obliged to warn you that she looks as gorgeous in the second dress as she did in the first.

bride-trash-the-dress-wedding-photographer-belizeWe did try to warn you. We can’t even think of adequate descriptive words to describe this bride.

groom-trash-the-dress-wedding-photographer-belizePerhaps the words will come just a little bit easier to describe this groom.

trash-the-dress-wedding-photographer-belize-3We tried really hard to keep them out of trouble.

trash-the-dress-wedding-photography-in-belizeEven when unexpected people turned up to help them celebrate…or recover…we’re not really sure.

trash-the-dress-belize-wedding-photographerFor a minute, we thought we were going to lose her veil.

belize-trash-the-dress-wedding-photographer-belizeFortunately we enlisted some assistance.

belize-photography-in-belizeOnce the Belize Defence Force (the Army of Belize) heard about our antics, they thought we might need some additional protection.

trash-the-dress-wedding-photography-belizeOh my! Maybe they were right.

trash-the-dress-wedding-photographer-ambergris-caye-belizeAfter a scolding, his clothes miraculously found themselves back on again.

wedding-in-belizeBut before we knew it, they started coming off again. I’m sure you can imagine that there were a load of women on the beach telling him to get dressed again immediately. Yes, you’d have to be imagining that because it’s the opposite of what was actually happening.

destination-trash-the-dress-wedding-photographer-belizeBut it was all worth it…

trash-the-dress-wedding-photographer-belize-1…to get a shot like this!

wedding-photographer-san-pedro-belizeWe haven’t even told you about the partying.

belize-wedding-cakeOr the cupcakes. What kind of magic made these?

belize-wedding-photographer-san-pedroThe thing is, with a celebration like this, one day isn’t enough.

san-pedro-photographerWhen you come to the Caribbean with a crew of your favourite people, a party boat is a must do experience.

snorkelling-san-pedro-hol-chan-belizeIt’s such good fun to throw your family into the warm water and watch them enjoying themselves…

hol-chan-sharks-belize…and then to arrange for a bunch of sharks to chase them. Swim! Swim!

belize-wedding-photography-caye-caulkerThe clothes are staying on as two days of partying come to a smile filled end…

post-wedding-photography-caye-caulkerWell, not for everyone, it seems. In Belize, the party never has to end.

destination-wedding-photography-belizeEven when everyone has gone home, the decorations are still shining bright.

This most incredible wedding and celebration was organised by Dulce Belize Weddings and hosted at Rojo Beach Bar & Lounge

All scenery, sharks, Army guys and unending fun were provided by Belize

Love Across Nations – Belize Wedding Photography

trash-the-dress-in-belize-photographer

There’s no doubt that Belize is probably one of the most understandably desirable destination wedding locations in the world. This means that we get couples from across the globe traveling to this jewel of a country to celebrate one of the most special and important days of their lives. In this case, Belize wasn’t just a ‘destination’ for our groom – it was home. For the glamorous bride, all the way from Poland, it was the opportunity to learn more about her gorgeous groom and his heritage. As one of our favourite events this year, filled with love, laughter, spontaneity, beauty and joy, we thought it was a perfect wedding to share with you as we round off 2016.

belize-wedding-at-ramons-photographerThis is when things start to get real. You’re wearing a robe with ‘Bride’ written across the back of it, your Mum looks like she might burst out crying, you have a veil on your head and there is a wedding dress on the back of the door.

belize-photographer-weddings-brideLast minute decisions? Hat or veil? When a bride looks like a movie star, anything can happen.

destination-belize-wedding-photographySo, it looks like she went with the veil. We approve. What a perfect setting though. Seriously? Does it get any more perfect?

wedding-photography-in-belizeWhen there is true love, there is always laughter.

destination-beach-wedding-in-belizeAnd silliness.

wedding-in-belize-beach-photographyAnd tons and tons of joy!

belize-wedding-photographerDid we mention the perfect setting already? Well, it’s worthy of emphasising that point. The thing is, there are beautiful skies in many places and even beautiful beaches, but Belize is unique and with the help of this couple, who found love across nations, we’re going to show you why.

wedding-belize-photographerHave you ever spent the night under a real thatched roof? No? Well, you can do that in Belize.

wedding-photography-belizeYou can also find yourself a handsome and romantic Belizean guy. Though this one is most definitely off the market.

belize-destination-wedding-photographerHe’s going to want to show you around town though.

belize-wedding-san-pedro-photographerSo, he’ll introduce you to some of the local wildlife.

destination-wedding-photography-ambergris-cayeHe’ll take you for a spin in his fancy car.

wedding-photographer-beach-wedding-belizeHe’ll show you off to some of the other guys in town.

wedding-photographer-in-belizeAnd take you for some of the best shopping.

ambergris-caye-wedding-photographerHe’ll look for some prime real estate with you.

beach-wedding-belize-photographerAnd when you laugh at his antics…

trash-the-dress-in-belize-photographer-san-pedro…he’ll sweep you off your feet…

belize-destination-wedding-photographer-san-pedro…and he’ll make sure that you fall in love Belize just as much as you fell in love with him.

This gorgeous wedding was hosted and organised by Ramon’s Village Resort

Kids Bring a Little Magic – Belize Weddings

wedding-in-belize-beach-photographerAs wedding photographers in Belize, we are beyond lucky to be able to photograph weddings in the most spectacular scenery. We get to work at people’s dream destination weddings. You think that would be enough and most of the time it is, but we have to share a little secret. When couples let us know that they have kids in attendance, we look forward to the wedding even more because kids bring just a little bit of their own special magic to every wedding and they are just so freakin’ cute. Their charm, innocence, curiosity and sense of fun make for truly memorable and magical moments. This wedding is perfect example.

destination-wedding-photographer-san-pedro-belizeAlthough every bride and groom are unique, there are certain things that are pretty much guaranteed to happen at most weddings. First, the bride gets a little help so that she can feel her most beautiful.

belize-wedding-photographer-ambergris-cayeThe groom, too, usually needs a little bit of help with his boutonniere. There is a very specific skill that you must have to be able to put one of these on properly. We’ve tried and failed many times. The last thing you want to happen is for the bride and groom to have their first kiss and the bride gets stabbed with the pin.

beach-wedding-coco-beachEnter – the love of a child. Children understand celebrations better than anyone and they wear their hearts on their sleeve more openly than any adult.

belize-wedding-coco-beach-san-pedro-photographyIt’s a long day for young children so it’s important to make sure that they have a little help to get them to the ceremony on time.

destination-wedding-photographer-in-belizeWhen it’s all over, it’s time for the guests to go and relax and for the couple to get a little alone time.

destination-belize-wedding-photographerThis is a time, away from friends, family and, of course, the children.

belize-destination-wedding-photographerMany couples tell us that this private photo session after the ceremony is one of their favourite parts of the day.

wedding-photographer-in-belizeAfter all the craziness of the day, the preparations and then the ceremony goes by in a flash. It’s a pleasure to escape and reconnect again. And, no matter how much you love the children, it’s nice to get a break from them too.

wedding-photographer-san-pedro-belizeOh well! Spoke too soon there. Belizean children LOVE weddings. They adore seeing the beautiful brides dressed up like princesses and so if they hear there is a wedding nearby, they’ll find you.

belize-wedding-photographerAs in most marriages though, the children aren’t the only ‘kids’ in the family.

wedding-photography-in-belizeAs weddings in Belize tend to be late in the afternoon to benefit from the most flattering natural light and the most comfortable time of the day, it also means you get to end the experience against a sky with colours like a painting, over the Caribbean Sea.

wedding-photographer-belize-coco-beachYou also get to enjoy a little ‘grown up’ time with your guests at a private party on the beach.

san-pedro-destination-wedding-photographer-belizeBut when all is said and done, if you have children at your wedding, it will be those magical moments that only they can create that will live on in your memories to be shared time and time again.

This wonderful wedding was hosted by the beautiful Coco Beach Resort and organised by their brilliant Sandy Points team.

Picture Perfect – Belize Weddings

destination-wedding-at-mata-chica-belize-photographyWho doesn’t want to look picture perfect on their wedding day? For so many brides and grooms, making that special effort for such a important and memorable event, is part of the ritual. Everyone hopes that the person to whom they are committing to for life will look at them, while they exchange vows, and think ‘Wow! How did I get so lucky?’ And we believe that’s how it should be. It also helps us to create beautiful pictures. As wedding photographers in Belize, that’s our job and we’re so grateful when couples make our job easier.

belize-destination-wedding-photographerThe ritual tends to be different for the brides and grooms. Brides usually have a professional to help them.

wedding-in-belize-photographerGrooms, on the other hand, have to make themselves look good all on their own.

wedding-photography-mata-chica-belizeThe bride has an expert to apply the finishing touches and tell her she looks beautiful.

belize-wedding-photographyThe groom has a mirror.

belize-wedding-photography-mata-chicaThe thing is that when they finally see each other and they truly do look picture perfect…

wedding-photographer-in-belize…that’s when the magic begins.

mata-chica-wedding-photographer-belizeNo matter who you are – even if you’re a wedding photographer, who has worked on hundreds of weddings – you can’t help but feel moved by the emotions and shared love between two people on their wedding day.

belizeweddingphotographysan-pedroWhen they are this happy and they are in Belize, one of the most beautiful places on earth, it doesn’t matter whether the picture is …

destination-wedding-photography-in-ambergris-caye-belize…on the dock…

belize-destination-wedding-photograoher…or on the beach…

belize-destination-wedding-photography…in lush tropical gardens…

destination-wedding-photographer-ambergris-caye…or in a quirky window…

wedding-photographer-belize-conch-creative…it’s always going to be picture perfect.

This picture perfect wedding was planned and hosted by the wonderful Matachica Resort

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