Typically our blog features are set for two months out, so submissions that are accepted today will likely be published in late July or August. That being said, yesterday when I received today’s amazing wedding, I was so blown away by the gorgeous imagery, I broke a couple of my own submission guidelines, (shhhh), and rearranged everything just to bring it to you today. Yes…it’s that good!
Bride and groom Kristiaan and Lionel are wedding photographers, (Note: wedding photographers always have the coolest weddings, just sayin’). High on the list of priorities for their wedding was location, so when they found Antigua, Guatemala…a Spanish colonial town filled with brightly painted buildings, cobblestone streets, remarkable ruins, and surrounded by volcanoes…they knew they had found their “holy grail”. Also high on their list of “must haves” for their day was finding the right photographer. So when they found Davina + Daniel, they were over the moon about their choice. Not only did Davina + Daniel rock their portraits, (which I fully agree are extraordinary pieces of art), but they also captured the most precious and outrageous candid moments. As Kristiaan recounts, “They managed to create the perfect blend of arty and meaningful imagery that takes us right back to our beautiful day and beyond.”
Photographer: Davina + Daniel
Caterer: Hotel El Convento
Event Planner: I Do, Guatemala
Floral Designer: Escenica
Dress Designer: Amsale
Bridesmaids Dresses: Neiman Marcus
Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Indochino
Event Venue: San Jose El Viejo
Submission via Two Bright Lights
41 guests joined Kristiaan and Lionel for the charm, beauty, adventure, love and laughter that was their wedding week. Their wedding ceremony was set in the garden of an old ruined convent which was both breathtaking and meaningful. And each of these images leading up to and through the ceremony tells a perfect story of their beautiful day. I would like to pick a favorite image, but I can’t because they are all so amazing. Which is why I’ve split the wedding up into two posts.
Be sure to check out part 2 of this gorgeous wedding which will be up next.
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