Allison and Christopher were the perfect start to the 2019 wedding season, an opportunity to work at two of Bermuda’s best wedding venues – The Loren and the Hamilton Princess Hotel. They had chosen The Loren for the getting ready part of the day and the ceremony, the arbor on the circular deck (by Demco) was simply out of this world. From there it was off to the Trudeau Room at the Hamilton Princess for dinner, speeches and dancing.
And just like that the 2019 season is off and what a start!
The 2019 wedding season is quickly approaching and I have several clients visiting over the coming weekends. It’s a great time to get away to Bermuda for a quick visit, enjoy some warmth, meet with your vendors, a tasting or two and most importantly your engagement session!
Allison and Christopher are my first couple for the 2019 season and have a perfect day planned at a couple of Bermuda’s hottest wedding venues. Stay tuned for more from this awesome couple.
Another Bermuda Wedding season wrapped up and what a season it was! Last year was an incredibly busy year for weddings in Bermuda and for Bermuda in general. Tourism numbers were up along with wedding numbers. I know I say this at the end of every season but it was definitely the best year yet, not only the greater volume, new venues and mix of weddings but also some really memorable and lovely clients. I’m so fortunate to get to be a part of many special and intimate moments, invited into the inner circle and completely entrusted to capture memories that will be passed down for generations to come, it’s an awesome responsibility.
Something new for me for 2018 was signing up for Wedding Wire and while I’ve never been a fan of Wedding Wire it was overwhelming to have been flooded with amazing reviews after sending out a simple request to a few couples, very humbling and definitely something I was proud of.
What’s in store for 2019 wedding season? Well it too will be busy, I do have some very exciting weddings in the works with some wonderful couples so I’m looking forward to getting tucked in. What is crazy is that 2020 is looking to be monster year with plenty of weddings in the books so far and tons of interest. Are you planning a 2019 or 2020 Bermuda wedding? If so get in touch.
To all of my 2018 clients thank you so much for everything, I am super humbled and ever grateful for your patronage, generosity and trust. Here’s to a wild and crazy 2019!
Below is a few of the many beautiful moments of 2018 – lots of love, so much laughter and happiness and a whole lot of dancing!
Perched up on a steep hill and overlooking Bailey’s Bay in Hamilton Parish is Sandymount, Bermuda’s newest wedding (and event) venue. The traditional architecture, neat little nooks and crannies, wooden walkways by the water and totally unique views made for a prefect setting for Casey and Andrew. It was a special day to say the least with many of their friends and family in attendance. Hilarious yet emotional speeches, tear jerking tributes and dances even out to the lantern release (in crazy wind!) all went into making this a pretty perfect wedding.
I’d been looking forward to Taylor and Matt’s wedding for some time. A simple and generous timeline, a first look along with minimal bridal party and family. All the makings for a great set of images without the rushing, a rare treat indeed! October weddings in Bermuda are spectacular especially when you’re able to get much of the important photography out of the way before the ceremony. With the corner of the beach and pool terrace all to themselves at Rosewood Bermuda Taylor and Matt’s friends and family were treated to the best Bermuda has to offer with stubbing views at an amazing venue. Everything a destination wedding should be!
Sometimes a location is simply so unique there’s nothing quite like it, Jobson’s Cove is just that. A tiny cove nestled between larger beaches with high cliff walls and sheltered water, a peaceful oasis on otherwise large busy beaches. Its size lends itself perfectly to smaller weddings and Georgina and Simon’s friends and family were treated to a truly magnificent Bermuda day. After a simple ceremony and some celebration we then worked through family photos before moving up to the lookout overlooking Warwick Long Bay. You couldn’t ask more for a simple one hour wedding.
Hands down my favorite time of year for weddings is mid-September through to mid-October. The weather can be a little more unstable and of course there’s the hurricane threat but the light changes and the days are the prefect length. With a bit of timing and a great day the pictures work out just right!
Selina and Alex were so easy going, happy and completely trusting which is exactly the recipe for a great wedding day. Selina and her family have strong ties to Bermuda so there was an absolute sell out crowd of friends and family with a good mix of locals and visitors that packed out Coconuts at The Reefs all of whom very much up for a party!
Bermuda’s wedding venue’s are truly unique, Krista and Peter’s wedding is a great example of this! Where else can you get married in on one the oldest church’s in the Western Hemisphere (St. Peter’s) in a World Heritage Town, jump in a car and 15 minutes later be at your reception at a stunning beach club? It’s simply unparalleled anywhere else in the world.
I really wouldn’t have asked for a better day and a better group of people to work with, such a fun wedding with great energy! Congratulations Krista and Peter.
Hot summer days and a fun group of people all traveling to Bermuda for a destination wedding while partying it up on a ship. That pretty much sums up Danielle and Vincent’s wedding. Their ship pulled up that morning and by the afternoon they were married, having the time of their lives. It was a seriously fun crowd and there was no shortage of dancing as the night rocked on. Add in the perfect weather and arguably one of the most beautiful resorts in Bermuda, Cambridge Beaches and it’s a pretty good mix!
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