This easy going couple wanted a memorable wedding just for the two of them. They escaped from Alabama to The Reef Resort on Grand Cayman and dodged the rain through East End to the beautiful Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park and on to The Lighthouse Club for dinner. It truly was a perfect afternoon for everyone including me! Thanks to Meg Paterson of Octopus Events for arranging this and providing props and rain protectionI love these small weddings and hope you enjoy the photos as much as I enjoyed taking them.
Leah and Ryan wanted an intimate ceremony with just the two of them and witnesses… in a church… on a small, remote island in the Caribbean. The Baptist Church in Little Cayman provided the perfect spot. After exchanging their vows and signing the marriage license we went around the corner to Blossom Village for a few portraits on the beautiful sand road and at a private villa. Then back to their hotel, the fabulous Southern Cross Club in Little Cayman! Leah and Ryan are easy to photograph and, due to the island’s small size, were able to get all of these beautiful photos from just two hours of photography. What a fun afternoon. Can’t wait to get back to Little Cayman!
Congratulations Jenny and Rich!
I was photographing a beachfront rental property for RE/MAX Cayman Islands when Tom’s mom, Katy, phoned up. Tom, it seems, had popped the question just that morning and Katy wanted to give them a portrait session as an engagement present. I said “Certainly. Love to do it”. and urged them to go ahead with the photos that afternoon as the weather was beautiful but expected to turn bad overnight. Katy was right. Morgan looks like a supermodel and Tom looks pretty good on camera too. This was Tom and Morgan’s first time being photographed professionally and I have to say it was fun for all of us. The photos were made at Tom’s family home on the beach in Northside Grand Cayman.