Beach Wedding

Beach weddings are one of the most popular types of weddings because 1) Brides and grooms feel a sense of calm and serenity from looking out at the waves while saying their vows 2) Beach weddings offer a sense of adventure 3) For destination weddings, most people want to make a vacation of it for their guests, and the beach is always a guaranteed perfect vacation spot.

Simone&Michael: Folly Beach Wedding

Folly Beach, South Carolina

Simone and Michael’s pandemic micro-wedding on Folly Beach.


Resort at Longboat Key Club, Longboat Key, Florida

Samantha and Zev’s beach wedding at Longboat Key Club resort.


Hotel Esencia, Riviera Maya, Mexico

Suzanne and Greg marry at one of Mexico’s best wedding locations, Hotel Esencia.


Kiawah Resort, Kiawah Island, South Carolina

Erica and Tom’s destination wedding at Kiawah Resort on Kiawah Island, SC.


Finest Playa Mujeres, Cancun, Mexico

Parnaz and Payam marry at Finest Playa Mujeres in Mexico.


Bridgehampton Tennis Club, The Hamptons, New York

Becky and Ron marry on the beach in the Hamptons, and close out the night with a bonfire.


Sheraton Hacienda del Mar Resort Cabo, Cabo, Mexico

Navita and Manu’s Indian wedding spans two days at the gorgeous Sheraton resort in Cabo.


Four Seasons The Biltmore Resort, Santa Barbara, California

Austin, TX, couple Kendra and Walt lead their friends and family to California for their Santa Barbara destination wedding.


The Somerset on Grace Bay Beach, Turks and Caicos

A little over a year ago, a very tenacious New York City bride began writing us off and on, popping back in every few months. Her name was Yelena.


Bridgehampton Tennis Club, The Hamptons, New York

Lindsey and Brad created a beautiful beach wedding at the Bridgehampton Tennis and Surf Club in the Hamptons.


Esperanza Resort Cabo, Cabo, Mexico

A boat cruise, a night out in Cabo, and a wedding day full of emotion make for an unforgettable Mexico destination wedding.


Hotel Le Reve, Riviera Maya, Mexico

Vanessa and Sean partied their hearts out at their Mexico wedding – sombreros, tequila, and a tent that was just a little too short.


One and Only Palmilla, Cabo, Mexico

Francesca and Chris had a private wedding for just the two of them at the gorgeous One & Only Palmilla resort.


Lanikuhonua, Hawaii

Linn’s friends all described him as reserved and guarded, quiet about his emotions. So I think he surprised everyone, including us, when he gave one of the most heartfelt and sentimental displays of affection we’ve ever seen at a wedding.


Sunset Restaurant, Malibu, California

One of the big things that stood out to us during Julie and Eric’s wedding were the speeches about them. Each person who spoke trumpeted about their big hearts, and how caring and thoughtful they are with their friends and family.


Ritz-Carlton Naples, Ritz-Carlton, Naples, Florida

From the rehearsal dinner and pajama party (everyone wore matching pajamas embroidered with the couple’s silhouettes) to the belly dancer at the reception, Alex and Danielle kept everyone fully entertained.


Hotel Esencia, Tulum, Mexico

Lauren and Frank got married at one of the nicest hotels we’ve ever been to: Hotel Esencia. And they took full advantage of it with a ceremony on the beach and a reception that ended with all the guests jumping into several of the pools.


Al Cielo Hotel; Kool Beach Club, Playa del Carmen, Mexico

My first May wedding this year gave me the opportunity to not only photograph in one of my favorite places in the world, but also to photograph a bride who shares my last name.


Zama Beach, Isla Mujeres, Mexico

We first met Millie and Mike when Mike proposed to Millie on The Today Show (Millie is a graphic designer for NBC).


Tucker's Point Club, Bermuda

I’ve got to remind myself to not take as many photos as I did in Bermuda, but it is so easy when you spend three days with a group of beautiful people that love to party until 4 or 5 am each night.


Hermitage Bay Antigua, Antigua

Erin and Chris live in San Francisco, but decided to elope to a place they had never been before.