We're back from Sayulita, Mexico. Patrick and I had an amazing time photographing Julie & Andrew's wedding, and spending the rest of the week exploring this little town. It was a great trip, and thank you to everyone that we met a long the way.
Believe it or not, Patrick went to school with one of the groomsmen and we didn't even know he was going to be there. It just reminds you what a small world we live in!
We didn't have phone, tv, or internet for a whole week! It was great to disconnect from the world for a week, and remember what it was like pre-cellphone and internet!
Here are a few of my personal favorites from the trip. We ended up renting a jeep the last day to explore San Francisco, the little town north of Sayulita, and also we drove down to Punta Mita and had dinner at the Four Seasons. Talk about luxury, the beach at the Four Seasons was so incrdibly manicured, I think they must have combed it everyday! You can see they have the most beautiful infinity pool.
Also, I thought I'd share a sneak peak of some of the wedding photos. The ceremony was at Don Pedro's Wedding Palapa up on the hill just past our hotel, the Villa Amor, overlooking the town. It had the most beautiful 180 degree views of the ocean and hills.
They even offer yoga up at the wedding palapa, and I was totally stoked to do my first outdoor yoga with such a great view.
Our first night there, we had dinner at Don Pedro's on the beach, and were suprised to see our waiter, Ruben and the rest of the waiters working as the catering staff at the wedding the next night!
I also want to thank Andria and her assistant of Sayulita Dream Weddings for all of their help the day of. There's a small photo of Andria and her assistant in the collage below.
I'll be sure to post some more when the wedding collection is complete.