I still have to pinch myself thinking about this intimate Costa Rica wedding. Seth and Heather gave me an opportunity I wrote on my goal list several years ago. These two were beaming with excitement as she walked down the isle. The love between them couldn’t have been more obvious. And a destination wedding was the perfect way to share it.
From our first conversation I had connected to Jenn. She was so sweet, humble, and has the most beautiful peculiar light about her. Then after meeting her in person along with her grandparents I couldn’t help but get anxious for her summer, mountain top, Blue Ridge wedding.
It was a perfect day. The weather was cool for July. The sky was slightly cloudy. Her groom was just as handsome and sweet as she had described. Seeing the two of them become one was heart warming experience. Both growing in Christ together, I’m certain their marriage will be blessed beyond what they have ever expected.
First time out of the country other than the Bahamas. I had always been a firm believer of exploring the USA before adventuring passed it’s borders. I feel safe and there are tons of places I need to see here. Then this amazing opportunity with a group of the most friendly people came up and we flew off to Playa Conchal, Costa Rica.
These are a few of my favorite pictures from the trip of the landscape (some are iphone). My most favorite images where captured during the wedding. That will be a whole other blog post to follow shortly.
The resort was beautiful and the coast line PERFECT! We snorkeled, zip lined, hiked, tarzan swang, swam and the whole reason we went was to photograph a tropical destination wedding. It was an amazing adventure and a little bit of Jones time was much needed but we missed our boys like crazy.
Ellie, a family favorite around here. Just as pretty inside as she is out. A little over 2 years ago I realized how special this girl would be to my family and me. She’s funny, sweet, caring, beautiful and can tame anything from an animal to a 2 year old boy.I had a blast spending the evening with her and her mom, chasing horses, cows and the light.
The end of senior year is the beginning of chasing dreams and making them a reality. This pretty girl has the world ahead of her and she’s already smart enough to realize the most important things in life can’t be seen. Beautiful and radiating happiness she shines wherever she is.