Saturday, May 12, 2012

Emily+Gabriel=Devotion | Mexico Hacienda Wedding

Mexico Destination Wedding Photographers

There are some couples who just remind you of how beautiful love is! The devotion of Emily and Gabriel, and the love of their families surrounding them truly inspired us. Their Mexico destination wedding was one day after our own anniversary, and we felt so lucky to join in such a special celebration of love & commitment.

Emily & Gabriel got married at what must be one of the most romantic locations in the Cuernavaca area: her uncle Paulino's four-hundred-year-old Hacienda. Hotel Hacienda Cocoyoc is just an hour south of Mexico City but walking onto the grounds of the former sugar mill feels like you are walking back in time. The hotel grounds include acres of lush gardens, an intimate chapel, and the remains of old ruins. It was the perfect setting for a perfect day. Some of our favorites...

Emily is such a beautiful bride getting ready in this sunlit room with her sisters and mother.

Gabriel waiting to see Emily.

One of my favorite First Looks ever.

Some classic family portraits - so important.

Elegant evening ceremony in one of the Hacienda gardens.


The reception inside the old sugar mill.

Mexico-style celebrations!

Congratulations, Emily + Gabe!

Ceremony & Reception: Hotel Hacienda Cocoyoc

Shoes: Kate Spade

Wedding stationary suite: Rifle Paper Co


ilana said...

Such gorgeous photos! You've really captured the abundance of love and happiness celebrated by all during the weekend! Thank you for posting a little preview on your blog! ~ilana

Christine G. said...

These are wonderful...I almost felt like I was there. Can't wait to see the rest!

Anonymous said...

I almost feel like I was there...can't wait to see the rest! -Christine G.

Joseph said...

Gorgeous gorgeous what memories.
Three cheers for the happy couple!


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sachin khona said...

Absolutely stunning guys. Wow!

Linda Twiggs said...

What an incredible venue. Love this post !