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Love Lives in Belize ❤

“Love recognises no barriers.  It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.”  – Maya Angelou

In this case the destination is ‘La Isla Bonita’, otherwise known as Ambergris Caye, a small but perfectly formed island off the coast of Belize.

Belize WeddingAs destination wedding photographers in the beautiful country of Belize, Conch Creative knows exactly why people who fall in love want to come to Belize and why they fall in love with Belize while they are here.  It’s hard to imagine a more beautiful setting for an intimate Caribbean beach wedding.

Wedding Coco Beach BelizeWhether you want to be pampered at a luxurious resort or…

Wedding Ambergris Caye…you’re looking for the quiet tropical island experience,  Ambergris Caye (sometimes also known by San Pedro, the name of the only town on the island) has it all.

Photography BelizeThere are natural beaches where you’ll hardly see anyone except for the sea birds, sting rays, crabs, fish and the occasional dolphin.

Belize WeddingPalm trees – so many palm trees. Even palm trees that grow horizontally.

Wedding Belize

You’ll find long docks that you can explore reaching right out over the Caribbean Sea towards our barrier reef.  Did you know that in Belize the beaches and docks are all public?  There aren’t many places left in the world like that, where you can explore and enjoy the scenery to your heart’s content.

Belize photographyAnd finally, we mustn’t forget lions.  Lions?  Ok, we have to admit – Belize does not have lions.  Not real ones.

So, remember!  Belize has everything you could possibly want for a destination wedding ……except lions.

Now is the time for our thank yous.  A big thank you to the beautiful Belizean Shores Resort for hosting this wonderful wedding.


A Gal & a Guitar – Gettin’ Hitched in Belize

Wedding BelizeConch Creative loves destination weddings in Belize.  People who choose to marry in Belize tend to be people who like to step outside of ‘the box’ and like to do things just a little bit differently – and definitely their own way.  This makes every wedding unique and often very entertaining for us.  We’re going to share one of our recent favourites with you so that you can experience a true intimate and fun, barefoot wedding in Belize.

Wedding Ambergris CayeAs we’re sure you’ve figured – both the ‘gal’ and the guitar feature heavily in this blog.  Before the ceremony, our lovely and very romantic groom serenaded his bride to be.  It was beyond sweet and you could tell how much she adored him.

Wedding San Pedro BelizeMany couples choose Belize because they don’t want all of the fuss and stress associated with a traditional wedding.  This is a perfect example of how simplicity can be so special.  Marrying in a heart made from flowers and conch shells on a tranquil beach, overlooking the Caribbean Sea is perfectly divine.

Beach wedding BelizeHaving your new husband and the man you love sing romantic love songs to you in the heart of flowers, overlooking the Caribbean Sea as you delicately drink wine is beyond divine – it’s sublime.

Wedding Ambergris CayeWhoops…scratch the bit about ‘delicately drinking wine’…..woohoo – now things are going to get lively it seems.  Let’s see how this blog turns out, shall we?

Beach Wedding BelizeWe thought it was time for a quiet walk down the beach.  Honestly, how many places are there in the world where you can have beaches like this virtually all to yourselves?

Ambergris Caye PhotographyTime to catch a quick breath before the fun begins.

Trash the Dress Photography BelizeDid we mention it was hot that day?

Ambergris Caye Photography..and it seemed to just get a bit warmer by the minute.

wedding BelizeYou really have to wonder just how much fun two adults can have with a bit of water…

Belize photographer..it seems that the possibilities of having fun in water, following a wedding, fully clothed are quite limitless.  There’s no point in coming to Belize to have a fabulous wedding on a stunning beach in a tropical setting and not making the absolute most of it.  As well as producing beautiful photographs, Conch Creative aims to help all of our wedding couples have fun.

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There comes a time (usually sunset), when wedding photographers quietly fade into the darkness and leave the couple to enjoy their time together.  We have no doubt that the assistance of Conch Creative was not required for the continuing fun.

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If you’re wondering where that fantastic wedding was held, well as always we’re proud to have worked with the quite fantabulous Coco Beach Resort.

We’ll be blogging again soon and would love to hear from you.  Would you rather see brides or bikinis?


Wet Weddings

Trash the Dress Ambergris Caye

As you can probably see from recent blogs, Conch Creative works with a lot of couples who like unique and different wedding photography.  Maybe it’s something to do with Belize – after all, couples are planning to travel thousands of miles to marry in this beautiful country.  Whatever the reason, we’re grateful because we get the opportunity to work with people who are often creative, always great fun and who have chosen us because they know that Conch Creative is one hundred percent committed to providing not just an enjoyable and entertaining wedding photography experience but also because they know that they’ll never look better than they do through Conch Creative’s lenses.

wedding belizeThis adorable couple were serious divers and had come to Ambergris Caye with a diving group to get married at Xanadu Island Resort.  They wanted to get wet and of course, Conch Creative obliged.

Belize Wedding photographyWe managed to keep them out of the water just long enough for them to get legal and have one or two snaps taken.

Belize photographerIt seems that the romance just becomes even more intense once the couples get into the water…..

belize trash the dress…and so do the giggles.

belize wedding photographySometimes giggling is the only option..but there really is no better way to spend a wedding day full of fun, love, laughs and plenty of memories.

Portraits BelizeAfter all water, romance and giggling – we thought it was time to share something a little bit different.  Those who know Conch Creative, also know that we don’t just do weddings.

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Mucho thanks to the beautiful Xanadu Island Resort for hosting the wonderful wedding featured in this blog.

Look out for more from Conch Creative soon!  Thanks so much for reading our blog.


Crazy in Love

Belize Wedding, Belize Trash the DressIf you follow our blog, you’ll know that we love fun and unconventional weddings.   We have been very much looking forward to blogging this particular wedding as we laughed so hard throughout the day that we came back with our cheeks aching.  This was a couple who were crazy in love and that craziness was definitely a feature of their romantic beach wedding on Ambergris Caye.  So, please join us for Sean and Denise’s destination wedding in beautiful Belize.

Belikin Beer BelizeAs is often the case, it all starts with booze!  The groom, featured here with our local Belizean Belikin Beer, hung out with the guys at Crazy Canuck’s bar, while the bride….

Tequila Bride Belize…required something a tad stronger resulting, of course, in the classic Tequila face.

Wedding Belize Sand CeremonyAs part of their nuptials, Denise and Sean included a Sand Ceremony.  Normally at weddings, there isn’t a dry eye in the house.  During this one, there wasn’t a straight face on the beach.

Wedding BelizeThen it was time for group pictures.  We work really hard to help our couples to have fun group shots as they can be so boring sometimes.  In this instance no encouragement was necessary.  We all know that after the group shots come the family shots and here’s one that we will never forget.

Mother of the Groom Wedding BelizeWe’d like to introduce you to the Mother of the Groom.

Ambergris Caye WeddingSo we thought that once we got the lovely couple away from the group, things would calm down a bit.  For a moment, they were as cute as buttons snuggled up on their golf cart.  But that didn’t last for long.

Wedding BelizeWhat could we do but take a picture?  But now we were on a mission.  We always want to give our bride romantic photos, no matter how ‘crazy in love’ she really is.  So we waved our magic ‘Conch’ and got them in the mood.

Wedding BelizeTurns out that when we got her to sit still for a minute, Denise was absolutely a very gorgeous bride.

Wedding BelizeAlong came the groom.

Trash the Dress BelizeBut he couldn’t resist his gorgeous bride and settled down for a beautiful moment with her…until…….

Belize Wedding Sea Cucumber….he found a Sea Cucumber.  Oh yes he did.  You can imagine the comparisons that were made and the giggling that ensued.

Belize Trash the DressAs usual, the bride had the last laugh and gave us this wonderful photo, which we just adore.  Thank you Denise.

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Special thanks to Exotic Caye Beach Resort for hosting this beautiful wedding.

Even specialer thanks to Crazy Canucks Bar for lending us the stools for the group shot.

And specialerer thanks to Victoria House for allowing us to use their beautiful beach for the after ceremony shoot.

If we’ve forgotten even more specialererer thanks, please let us know.  Conch Creative wants everyone to feel loved and appreciated – even if a Sea Cucumber makes you feel small.


Why Would You Want to Do That? – Trash the Dress

Trash the Dress Belize

‘Why would you want to do that?’, we often hear when we tell people that our couple have booked us for a Trash the Dress session.  We try to explain that it really is not about trashing anything, but actually about creating something beautiful.  Trash the Dress has become an art form – and yes, some brides really do go for it and trash their dress completely.  Why not?  Very few brides in this day in age plan to wrap their dress in mothballs hoping that a future daughter might choose to wear it again.  But good photographs are definitely something that will be saved for future generations.

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Trash the Dress sessions allow us, as a creative team, to add an element of fantasy.  We love to take our subjects out of context and find beauty in the most unusual places.

Belize Wedding PhotographerTrash the Dress sessions can be incredibly fun and romantic for the bride and groom.  Where else are they going to find a team like Conch Creative encouraging them to express their naughty side and to play in the water in their wedding gear?Belize Wedding

When we start a Trash the Dress session we usually spend some time with the bride, working on portraits.  The groom will stand and watch and we can always see the pride growing in his eyes.  That’s when we know it’s a good time to invite the groom to join in.

Belize Trash the DressHow could a groom not be filled with pride and love when he gets to see his new bride looking like an angel during a photo shoot at sunrise on the Caribbean Sea?

Belize PhotographerConch Creative just never gets tired of the romance…

Belize Trash the Dressand heroes..did we happen to mention that we especially love romantic heroes?

Belize Wedding Trash the DressIf you’ve ever wondered why someone would want to ‘Trash the Dress’, now you know.  These beautiful images will bring back memories of a magical and enchanting wedding in Belize and they’ll never go out of style.

This wedding and Trash the Dress session was held at the gorgeous Las Terrazas Resort.


Cruisin’ for Some Fun in the Sun

Trash the Dress Belize
We are sort of unusual destination wedding photographers in that we are already at the destination.   Because we live and work here, we know how to get the best out of the weather, how to get our couples to look fabulous, even when it’s very hot, and  – we know all of the best locations.  But even more than that, we like to help our wonderful wedding couples to have an amazing experience.  For many of our lovely couples, they are already having a great time here diving, snorkeling, fishing and exploring Maya ruins, but there are some couples who are just passing through – for a fleeting visit – and for them, their wedding and photography experience make up the sum total of their time in Belize.  These are couples who stop to visit Belize, while traveling the Caribbean on  a cruise ship.   The couple above are one of those very special couples.

Belize Trash the DressWhen a bride to be gets in touch and tells us what her fantasy wedding pictures will look like, we do our best to oblige.   When we’re told ‘I want to make the most of the Caribbean and get wet!’, we make sure it happens.

Trash the Dress BelizeThe bride is always the brave one it seems.  She always gets in first and somehow always manages to look just beautiful in the process.

Belize Trash the DressBut eventually the groom may need some encouragement.  This seems to have done the trick.

Trash the Dress BelizeIt didn’t take long for the groom to turn the tables and with blue eyes like that, we can see why the lovely bride looks so happy.  Before they knew it, it was time to go and catch their ship – but now they have the most wonderful photographs to remind them of their romantic escape to a little island in Caribbean, known affectionately as ‘La Isla Bonita’.

Belize weddingJust in case you wondered – we do take pictures of gorgeous brides on dry land too!

Wedding BelizeIt doesn’t matter if you like to keep your toes dry – romance, love and lots of smiles are the order of the day when you get hitched in San Pedro.

Belize WeddingOh and did we mention fun???  With Conch Creative as your wedding photographers, your wedding photography experience will definitely be fun.

Belize FashionWhen our calendar is not full of exciting and fabulous weddings, we still manage to have plenty of fun ourselves.  We love working with talented people and love getting the opportunity to give them our own special ‘Conch Creative’ touch.

Raquel Badillo Fashion in BelizeOur amazing model was Miss San Pedro in 2009/2010 and it seems she just gets more beautiful.

Belize FashionA few days before the shoot, a friend had dropped off some hot chili peppers.  We find beauty in everything around us and we felt that it was about time that our chili peppers were given the glamorous boost they deserved.  Hot! Hot! Hot!

We hope you’ve enjoyed this installment of the Conch Creative Blog.  Don’t stop reading now though because we have to remind you about our entertaining and hugely silly photography competition on Facebook.  There is still time to make your own hilarious entry and of course to vote for your favourite.  To find out more – check out this Conch Creative Facebook Page Link  .  If you look on the left of the page, you’ll see a link to ‘photos’. Click there and then you’ll find the Copy Conchs 2011 – Photo Competition album.  Take the time – it will be worth it …actually it will only be worth it if you have a really good sense of humour.  If you’re boring – don’t bother.

As always we have to offer special thanks to the businesses and individuals who made this blog possible.

Firstly – thanks to ‘I DO’ Belize Weddings, the wonderful wedding coordinators for the cruise ship wedding.

Thanks to the beautiful Las Terrazas Resort for organising and hosting the drier, but still very beautiful, wedding.

And finally, thanks to you for reading our blog.  We hope you liked it. If you did, please do share it!


Vive la différence

Belize WeddingsWeddings in Belize inspire couples to ‘do their own thing’.   Belize, of course, is a magical place for a destination wedding and the freedom of celebrating a marriage in such a romantic and exotic location allows people to relax, be themselves and have fun with it.

Weddings in BelizeIt starts with the seemingly little things such as decorations and party favours.  These fans were the perfect treat for guests celebrating in the tropical sun.

Wedding in BelizeWhile, these adorable, personalised beach tote bags, ideal for La Isla Bonita, were so much fun and the guests had something useful that would remind them of the wedding for years to come.

Belize Wedding

San Pedro is best known as a barefoot wedding destination and some girls just LOVE their shoes.  It can be a bit tricky wearing heels on the beach, but you can’t blame a girl for trying.

Wedding belizeThe more laid back ladies opt for simple and sparkly flip flops.  They still feel a bit dressy but are comfortable and fun.

Belize Wedding, Barefoot Wedding

Whatever shoes they bring, most brides end up kicking off their shoes to enjoy the sand between their toes as a genuine ‘barefoot bride’.

Belize WeddingWe can’t mention ‘la différence’ without including the classic battle of the sexes.  Women and men have much different ways of celebrating before a ceremony.  The girls make themselves beautiful and toast with champagne.

Belize weddingMeanwhile  – the guys find somewhere to hang out in the shade.

Belize WeddingEven the guests can vary wildly.  Some guests are flat packed and stuck in the ground.  They are very well behaved and hardly eat anything at all.  You definitely don’t have to share the cake with them.

Belize WeddingOther guests, which turn up frequently to weddings in Belize, are uninvited, hairy and have four legs.  Fortunately most couples we work with love dogs and are perfectly happy to share some of their goodies with their new best friend.  Almost every wedding we’ve photographed in San Pedro has had cute local dogs as gate crashers.

Belize Wedding, Ambergris Caye Wedding, San Pedro WeddingThen there are the choices of all the stunning locations.  Some are attracted by the sea.  They love being by the water and want nothing more than a beach wedding.

Wedding Belize, Maya Ruins Wedding, Mayan Ruins WeddingOthers love the mystery of the ancient Maya ruins on the mainland of Belize.  With the Maya people and their calendar receiving so much press lately because of a surging interest in ‘end of the world’ predictions, ruins weddings are becoming popular amongst adventurous couples who want to do something completely different.

Belize wedding preparationsSome couples choose to make their wedding a virtual multi destination affair.  So preparations start in one place.

Wedding BelizeThen there really is nothing that makes a girl feel spoiled than having her own private boat arrive to pick her up to whisk her to the next location, where she will continue to prepare.

Wedding BelizeThis is where the serious preparations happen – with beautiful results.

Wedding photography in BelizeYou might recognise these feet from earlier in the blog.  The rest of the couple was so cute, that we had to show you the whole picture!

Belize WeddingWe also try to keep our portraits a little ‘different’ if the couple so desire.  Many of our clients come to us because they want contemporary, funky and fun images rather than conventional and traditional.  So we do our best to bring out the inner Vanity Fair model in our brides and…..

wedding Belize, groom Belize…the inner GQ model in our grooms.  Didn’t he scrub up well?

If you’ve kept up with our blog, you’ll know that we aren’t just ‘one trick ponies’.  We do a lot more than wedding photography and we love  “la différence”

Woman with conch shell on beachWe are inspired by the beauty surrounding us in Belize – both the people and the scenery.

Chili Pepper BelizeWe even find beauty in the chili peppers.

Nude Belize photography

But ultimately, as much as we like to be different – who can resist a pretty, semi clad woman on a deserted sand bar?  Conch Creative does a wide range of private and personal shoots.  Many women choose to do a glamour shoot with Conch Creative because the images created make them feel great about themselves.

Two of the beautiful weddings featured in this blog were organised by ‘I DO’ Belize Weddings.  They have featured the Maya ruins wedding and Conch Creative photography in their own blog, which you can find here:  ‘I DO’ Belize Weddings Blog

Conch Creative would also like to extend special thanks to Mary Gonzalez and the San Pedro Sun for doing a feature story on the Maya ruins wedding at Xunantunich.  You can find that wedding here: Maya Ruins Wedding – San Pedro Sun

All of the weddings in this blog are recent.  The locations include the following resorts Xanadu Island Resort, Blue Tang Inn, Capricorn Resort and Pelican Reef Villas.  The Maya ruin wedding location was Xunantunich in the Cayo District of Belize

We thank all of our readers for your time and feedback.  If you like our blog, you might just love our Facebook page, which features fresh new images from our most recent shoots  – Conch Creative Facebook Page

You’ll really want to keep an eye on that Facebook Page as something very exciting will be announced at the end of the month.


A Photographer’s Life in Belize

Belize Wedding Photography, Ambergris Caye Wedding, Wedding in San Pedro, Weddings Belize

As photographers in Belize we’re often asked what our job is like.  What do we do?  What is a normal working week?  Well, if you’ve ever been to Belize, you’ll realise that Belize has it’s own rhythm, it’s own style, it’s own innate beauty.  So, working as photographers in Belize is probably unlike being a photographer anywhere else in the world.

Belize is a place for contemplation.  The beautiful bride pictured above is about to marry the love of her life at Captain Morgan’s Retreat.

Belize Wedding Photography, Ambergris Caye Wedding, Wedding in San Pedro, Weddings BelizeBelize is definitely magical. It can also be wet.  Living on the Caribbean Sea means that we sometimes work on the water, in the water and even under the water.  This underwater shot was taken just off the dock at Ramon’s Village Resort.

Belize Wedding Photography, Ambergris Caye Wedding, Wedding in San Pedro, Weddings BelizeWithout a doubt, Belize is a place for tropical love.  This moment of joy happened at Cayo Espanto, the private island resort.

Belize PhotographyBelize is inspirational, so there is a flourishing artists’ community.  This is Paul, glass blower extraordinaire, from Artemis Glass in San Ignacio, Cayo.

Belize Photography - Cave in Belize - Actun ChapatBelize is mysterious.  Because Belize is the home of the ancient Maya people and they believed that caves were portals to the underworld, some of our photography is underground.  This was taken after a mile long hike through the Actun Chapat cave near San Jose Succotz.  The floor is littered with pottery.  This cave is on private property but tours can be arranged through Ken Dart of Belizean Sun Tours.

Belize Wedding Photography, Ambergris Caye Wedding, Wedding in San Pedro, Weddings BelizeBelize is luxurious.  If you want absolute luxury, resorts in Belize like Cayo Espanto can make you feel like a star. In fact, Cayo Espanto is a fabulous secret hideaway for many world famous stars.

Belize Wedding Photography, Ambergris Caye Wedding, Wedding in San Pedro, Weddings BelizeBelize is romantic.

Belize Wedding Photography, Ambergris Caye Wedding, Wedding in San Pedro, Weddings BelizeDid we mention that Belize is romantic?

Wedding photography Belize, Maya Ruins Belize, Mayan Ruins WeddingBelize has history – seriously ancient history with pyramids and ruins and everything.  The Maya knew how to build them to last, but you can’t climb them wearing high heels.

Belize Photography, Miligold MacawAbove all…Belize isn’t always what you think it will be.  This is Eddie, (AKA Handyman Eddie).  He’s come to our rescue on more than one occasion to save us from floods and fires.  Honestly – he really has.  Eddie is Belizean.  With him is Keppy, a macaw.  Belize is somewhat famous for its macaws. Keppy, though, is not Belizean.  Keppy is a Miligold Macaw.  Eddie rescued her from a very uncertain future.  Conch Creative does not support the keeping of wildlife as pets and would always prefer to see birds flying free, but Keppy was bred in captivity and would never survive in the wild.  She and Eddie have a very close relationship and we were thrilled to be able to capture this special moment between them.

So folks this is just a taster of what being a photographer in Belize is all about.  We hope you enjoyed sharing this blog with us.  We certainly enjoyed making it.  All of the photos in this blog were taken within the last two months.  Oh and in case you didn’t know  – this is us, Conch Creative, at work in Belize.  This photo was sneakily taken during a wedding shoot on Cayo Espanto by the lovely groom to be, Alan.  Thanks for sending it to us Alan!

Special thanks goes to Keli at I DO Belize Weddings, who organised and planned both of our featured weddings.

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Doing San Pedro – A Unique Trash the Dress Experience in Belize

Wedding photographers love the opportunity to do something different, something unique and something out of the ordinary.  Many would say that Conch Creative gets to do that every day as we are ‘in situ’ destination wedding photographers in Belize, one of the most beautiful countries in the world – and you certainly won’t hear us complaining.  But we must admit that our heart skips a beat and we get giddy with excitement when a bride contacts us and says she wants to do a Trash the Dress session.  We know that this is a bride we’re going to have fun with…but not all Trash the Dress sessions involve just trashing the dress.  Let us share a Trash the Dress experience with you – Conch Creative style.

Even before we met this couple, we knew they were special and wonderful.  Once we met them and their beautiful families, we were absolutely convinced.  This is Ryan with their gorgeous son, who was a handsome if somewhat reluctant ring bearer.  They are waiting for the ceremony to start.

Tropical Wedding in BelizeThe wedding, of course was beautiful. All weddings in San Pedro are beautiful – but this blog is not about the wedding, which was held at the gorgeous Xanadu Island Resort.   But we just couldn’t help but include a romantic photograph from after the ceremony, just to remind our readers how amazing Ambergris Caye truly is.  We don’t think there could be another image that could conjure up the fantasy of a ‘tropical wedding’ quite so well as this one does.

Golf Cart Wedding BelizeThe day after the wedding, Carrie & Ryan’s friends and family decorated a golf cart.  When Carrie booked her Trash the Dress, she said she wanted a flavour of San Pedro – she wanted images that were taken in and around town so that she’d have memories to treasure.  Of course, Conch Creative felt obliged to be the ultimate tour guides. So we all piled into the golf cart and headed into the wilds of San Pedro Town.

Trash the Dress Belize styleThey wanted to experience the wild and wonderful side of San Pedro, Belize and so a pit stop at the new Blackbeard’s Hideout seemed to fit the bill perfectly.

San Pedro WeddingsAnyone who has spent any time on Ambergris Caye will know that Maria’s fruit and vegetable stand is a landmark and Miss Maria is an icon with (we’re losing count now) well over 50 grandchildren.   She’s everyone’s grandma really and couldn’t wait to congratulate the bride and groom in her typically, warm and affectionate manner.

Trash the Dress - BelizeThen on to the next landmark.  Estel’s is famous for it’s seafront ambiance, colourful characters and delicious food.

belize trash the dressAlong the way Carrie & Ryan had to stop to see some local hand crafts made from gorgeous Belizean hardwoods.

Manatee cowboy groom in BelizeThen it was time for some fun and games in San Pedro’s Central Park.  Ryan sure got into the spirit of things with this Manatee (otherwise known as a Sea Cow).  Ride ’em cowboy!

Trash the Dress - Swinging in San PedroEver the gentleman, he made sure that the lovely Carrie got to enjoy the playground too.

Wedding - Belizean houseAfter finally getting Carrie & Ryan familiar with the ‘real’ San Pedro, it was time for them to get wet and so we headed for the sea…

Weddings BelizeThey tested the water and knew it was time.

Trash the Dress Belize

In minutes, Carrie was a Caribbean princess of the sea.  But it wasn’t long before….Trash the Dress Belize

Ryan had to join her and so he, being a total Prince Charming, made his way through the warm waters to join Carrie.

Trash the Dress BelizeShe was so beautiful and the moment was so perfect, he just couldn’t resist.Belize Wedding Ambergris Caye, San Pedro

And so ends our tale of a unique Trash the Dress experience with two very wonderful and beautiful people, who wanted the real San Pedro experience.  We know that their wedding images will give them joy and memories of beautiful Belize for many years to come.  Congratulations Carrie & Ryan and thank you for letting us share our gorgeous island with you.

Conch Creative would like to make it clear that no Manatees were hurt in the making of this blog.

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Welcome to San Pedro – The perfect location for destination beach wedddings

Ramon's Village Belize

If you’ve been following our blog, you’ll know that Conch Creative are Belize wedding photographers, specialising in beach weddings.  Of course we also do other photography and we like to spice things up a little bit on our blog by sharing some of that with you too so that you can experience Belize as a location for your dream destination wedding.  Welcome to San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize

Belize Wedding Photographer - Ramon's Beach San Pedro Belize

This is the beach in front of Ramon’s Village.  There are some beautiful beaches on Ambergris Caye and this certainly is one of them.

Aerial photography Belize - Ramon's VillageJust in case you were wondering what Ramon’s Village might look like from above, here is a bird’s eye view taken from one of our cute little Cessna island hoppers.

Belize Photographer - Ramon's Village - ChacAs wedding photographers in Belize, we are often asked ‘What do you do if it rains?’.  Of course, we say ‘We have to sacrifice a virgin to the Maya Rain God – Chac’.  We’re proud to introduce you to Chac.  He can be found lounging around the pool at Ramon’s Village.

Belize Photographer, Ramon's VillageOf course, where you find one Maya god, you’ll find others – sometimes hiding in the most unlikely places, like this watermelon!

 

Belize Photographer - Belizean Food

Of course taking pictures can make you hungry, especially when the food looks as good as this. Could it be the incredible leaning tower of shrimp?  The chef at Pineapple’s Restaurant knows how to wield a skewer for sure!

Victoria House Wedding Photographer BelizeOk, with Valentine’s Day around the corner, we couldn’t cheat you all out of a little love and romance.  Stephanie and Edwin had some friends and family come to join them for their beautiful beach ceremony at Victoria House.  Another of our fabulous Caribbean beaches ideal for that dream barefoot wedding. (except that Edwin wore shoes!)

Beach Wedding Belize - Victoria HouseBeach weddings in Belize tend to be incredibly romantic.  You would think that being wedding photographers, we would get bored, but we shed a tear with every couple, sharing their happiness.

Romance in Belize - Belize WeddingIt’s hard not to feel the love when two people are so truly enamoured with one another.

Wedding dress romantic - Belize Wedding A lacy dress, a white beach, glowing with happiness – it is easy to see why Edwin is totally smitten with Stephanie…

Wedding lift - Belize Wedding…that he couldn’t help but sweep her off her feet for one and all to see!

Totem - Belize PhotographerSo come and join us in exotic, romantic and beautiful Belize for your destination beach wedding…you never know what you’ll find around every corner…or what magic it might bring into your lives.

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