These two tied the knot on the beautiful island, La Digue, in Seychelles. They’ve planned their elopement to be at a place where they have never been before. That makes it not only an intimate beach wedding, but also a great honeymoon. They’ve chosen one of the, so called, most beautiful beaches of the world, Anse Source D’Argent on La Digue. You’ve probably seen some pictures before with their famous granite rocks and crystal clear water.
If you plan your wedding to be somewhere at a tropical island be aware that it could be rainy season. They’ve chosen a day end of the season but the night and day before the wedding has been stormy and rainy. All day and night long. So I was listening to the sound of the thunderstorm all night long wishing to be gone in the morning. It was still raining the morning after, but less. So I took my bicycle to meet them for their getting ready (loved this island life with almost no cars around) and capture their emotional moments while preparing for their first look. It might sound cheesy, but our wishes came true and as soon as Jasmin left their hotel room the rain stopped and the sun came out, so they had the perfect weather for their wedding day – not rainy and not to hot.
They’ve chosen the beautiful entrance of their hotel, Le Domaine de l’Orangeraie, for their emotional first look. It was so cute to see how excited Albert was to see his beautiful Jasmin. After that, we left with a golf cart to their wedding ceremony and had a secure but stunning place with not interruptions of other tourists. The couple session took also place at Anse Source D’Argent. It was so magical to capture these lovebirds and the beautiful landscape and light around them. We took the golf cart back to their hotel after sunset and they celebrated their love at a private spot with sandy air and the sound of the waves.
It was such an honor to attend and capture their love and to have so trustful clients taking me all the way to paradise with them. Forever thankful <3
Let me know if you’re planning your special day somewhere in paradise, I’d love to join you.