My loves! The Holiday Season is officially upon us and we are giddy with excitement, as it’s our favourite time of the year! We’re loaded with work – helping our beautiful couples with their destination wedding plans, designing gorgeous marketing material for our colleagues, working on some epic projects for 2022 and of course, working on the final touches for our beautiful digital destination wedding magazine – ADRIANA (Issue V) launching on December 10th, 2021. We’re just a few weeks away from the launch of this Issue, and as the excitement builds, so to is our anxiety haha! We love it so much, and hope that you will all feel the love, authenticity and passion in ever single feature.
In the meantime though, our sweet blog features are definitely still an essential part of our lives, and today’s feature is such a lovely way to kick off the Christmas Season!
Erin and Steve, our feature of the week, took the leap and flew off to breathtaking Aruba for their elegant elopement. Joanna Fisher Photography shared this stunner with us some time back and we are so thrilled to be sharing it with you lovebirds today! If you’re not big on the traditional side of things, and are more of an adventure loving couple, then this wedding is perfect for you.
Not only is the venue incredibly picturesque, but the bride’s Lazaro wedding dress, bridal bouquet and the tropical ceremony are everything you need for your dream elopement in the Caribbean. So get ready to enjoy this lovely feature and of course hit save on SO many of these beauties for some great inspiration for your big day.
FROM THE WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER:
Erin and Steve decided they wanted to invite only their closest friends and family to witness their nuptials, and their love for the beach brought them to Aruba. They said “I do” in front of twelve witnesses, just before sunset on the beach. The warm glow of the dying sunlight was in perfect unison with the warm glow of their love.
With a high priority on their photographs to remember their day, they opted to celebrate privately following their ceremony, then get back into their wedding attire the following day for an hours-long jeep ride around the island, stopping in all of their favorite locations showcasing the natural beauty of the island.