CAAAABBBBOOOO - that’s basically all we said for weeks until this wedding and throughout the entire duration of the trip. It was amazing. Getting to do your dream job on a beach in Mexico is amazing. Getting to shoot a wedding for a couple that throws the party weekend of the year and includes you in all of it is incredible.
Aside from the magic I’m about to get to, we got to drink pina coladas at the pool bar, walk along the craziest waves we’ve ever seen, meet the famous sea lion Pancho, and cliff jump into the ocean - all with the most fun wedding party ever.
Getting ready that morning was full of feels, face masks, and beers. Also, can we just appreciate how amazing Nick is at boys getting ready photos??? Every wedding. My man.
Ok. This first look. A reaction of all reactions, from a briiiiiide ya’ll. Grooms can take your breath away too;) Melissa and Max also decided to go ahead and exchange their vows in private, so that they could really experience this day together, alone, if even for just a minute. Tears were shed by all, and the Cabo buildings I oh-so-love made for the most gorgeous backdrop.
Their beachside wedding was short, sweet, windy, and perfect. The greatest thing about destination weddings is that the entire weekend is the celebration. The memories most cherished by all came from outside moments, and a little ceremony on the beach was just a precious little pause on the partying. They got right back to it though, with a bridal party group tequila shot, Beyonce video reenactment, and drinks delivered to the bathroom.
The rest of the night took place in the prettiest reception spot we’ve ever gotten to work in. Just looooook at those floors, that backdrop, that sunset, that MARIACHI BAND.
The four of us snuck away for some sunset photos on the beach and it. was. insane. The bluest waters, the most gigantic waves, and a bomb ass bride and groom. Nick and I got our workout of the month running circles around these babes in the sand, and it was clearly worth it.
We ended the day with killer dance moves, maracas, and our very first Hora. I think I’ve already said this enough, but it was freaking perfect.