Dan and Robin chose a beautiful little hotel right on the beach to get married at. They were joined by a group of their closest friends and family. With smaller weddings I always assume there won't be too much dancing taking place, I especially assumed this with Robin and Dan's wedding since the reception took place during the afternoon rather than the evening. But to my surprise everyone was out on the dance floor immediately following the first dance. It was so great to see everyone just wanting to celebrate the marriage between these two amazing people.
The entire wedding day took place at the Costa Paraiso hotel. The bride and groom each got ready in their respective rooms, the ceremony was held on a grassy area that overlooks the ocean, and the reception was held in a private area of the hotels restaurant. It was very convenient as everything was so close by.
The ceremony was held on a grassy clifftop right by the waters edge. It was held during the hottest part of the day, but luckily most of the ceremony was in the shade.
The ceremony was full of many different Jewish traditions, including my all time favorite the breaking of the glass.
Robin looked so beautiful, and she was all smiles the entire day. Every single photo that I took of her was stunning!
We kept Robin and Dan's portrait session short and sweet (they were ready to start celebrating with their friends and family). We took a short walk through the hotel property and down to the rocky beach.
An intimate reception was held in a private area of the hotel's restaurant.
Some fun games were played throughout the night, which was a nice change from the ordinary.
I am not sure what it is, but I think that people who like bunny rabbits are drawn to me. Rabin is the second bride of mine, in the past few months that has a fascination with rabbits. And both brides somehow tied bunny rabbits into their wedding. Robin did so with the adorable bunny rabbit cake topper.
Hi Everyone! My name is Madison aka Madi and I am a photographer who LOVES weddings!