Cue Jason Mraz music…
“I – won’t – hes – i – tate – no – more – No – more – it – can – not – wait -I’m yours”
This destination wedding and trash the dress shoot is going to knock your romantic little socks off. Sonia and Diko are gorgeous, in love and leaving us all in tears. Photographed in Cuba by the amazing Prizma Productions these photos look like stills taken straight out of a hollywood movie. Colourful, beautifully composed and in front of beautiful Cuban scenery! Prepare to melt under the heat.
The wedding photos
Stunning with a capital ‘S’! Imagined walking down this aisle!!!
What I adore about this wedding is its simplicity. Simple, understated wedding dress, Groom in chinos, Brides makeup is beautifully natural, her hair is feminine yet simple, the colours and styling are fresh and they’ve used their location beautifully – oh and they now have simply beautiful photographs to remember their day!
A few words from Vatche from Prizma Productions
“From the first time I met Sonia & Diko I knew that we were going to have a lot of fun during their E session, Wedding, Trash the dress.For the one week we were in Cuba everything went very smooth, I could say, perfect. Thanks to the gorgeous sunny weather and beautiful couple I managed to capture tons of fun, high energy and amazing pictures, everyone had a blast!!!
We had an awesome time and I felt like I was among friends on vacation.”
Trash The Dress photo shoot: the very next day
The photo above is my absolute favourite of the entire shoot. Its a stunning piece that just from her hand holding her flip-flops captures the entire mood of the day!
Hmmm. I love seeing people in love!
Happy Easter everybody.
P.S. Here’s the Jason Mraz song I mentioned at the beginning of the post – awesome acoustic version – love acoustic music!!! Enjoy, its addictive.
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