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amber + billy | puerto adventuras, mexico wedding


This was hands down, the most fun I have ever had at any wedding.

And coincidentally, also the only wedding I've ever seen a bride take a bite out of her own cake... with nothing but her face.  I can't love them enough.  How could you not!  I mean really.

The wedding took place off the Caribbean coastline of Mexico, home to crystalline aquamarine seas, sandy white beaches, balmy weather, salty air and sunsets more beautiful than any I've seen.  I'm so happy I can finally share with you a selection of photos from their day, and I really wish I could show them all.  (Narrowing this one down was no easy task!)  I hope you all can see the immense amount of love shown from both sides of this truly incredible family.  Erick and I were both honored to be a part of such a beautiful ceremony.

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  1. I love, LOVE these, Kate! I am so inspired by your photography style. So much love is captured here.
    xo

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  2. Seriously one of the most beautiful, REAL, weddings I've seen in a long time! Wonderful job on the photos. You made it feel like I could be there.

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  3. I have only just found your blog and I am totally in love. Your photographs are simply beautiful! xx

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  4. Oh Kate these photo's are stunning you captured their special day so perfectly! What a beautiful couple and wedding too! xo

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  5. KATE. Clearly you need to shoot more weddings. CLEARLY. These photos are breathtaking!

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  6. oh my, kate! i adore each of these photos! so, so good.

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  7. These photos are lovely! :)

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  8. This wedding was sooo gorgeous and the photos were just stunning! Excellent job :)

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  9. These are amazing, what a beautiful setting too!

    Harri
    at-rubik@gmail.com

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  10. Beautiful pictures Kate! Congratulations to those two, Amber looks stunning!

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  11. wow gorgeous wedding! The bride looks like she's having so much fun!

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  12. The officiant looks like he's doing an amazing job, and what a beautiful baby.

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  13. what a beautiful bride!! i love her dress and hair, and that cake bite is classic!

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  14. Thank you for reacquainting me with my old love affair with freckles.

    Bella @ Sea and Salt xx

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  15. These photos are gorgeous - and so is the bride. What a fun looking wedding!

    xo
    cortnie

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  16. I love the lighting especially. You really captured the beachy paradise of it all!

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  17. my friend, these photos are simply BREATHTAKING! my goodness, the light, the colour, the joy and love bursting in every single one! dancing on the beach barefoot at your wedding.. no wonder it was the best you've been to! simply beautiful x

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  18. Wow! These are so incredible and inspiring!! Xx

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