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Karla & Justin Mayan wedding in a Cenote (and the Trash The Dress)

A Magical day in the Riviera Maya!

They came to the Riviera Maya to get married in a cenote by  a Mayan Shaman. Luisa from Weddings Riviera Maya plans this amazing ceremony. We started early in the morning the take advantage of the magical atmosphere of the cenote. After this spiritual ceremony, we shot the Trash The Dress including underwater photos.

Shaul Schwarw working for National Geographic came to share this day with us to include the story in a forthcoming publication about actual mayan civilization. I will add a post when publication. On my pics, Shaul is the guy with the blue shirt!

Visit my page to know more about: Trash the dress in the Riviera Maya

 

… Followed by  the Trash The Dress in the cenote…

 

 

  • Video of a Mayan wedding ceremony in a cenote (+TTD) - […] full photo session on this post. Visit my page to know more about CENOTE TRASH THE DRESS […]ReplyCancel

  • tauchen Cebu - I am very much inspired of this Mayan wedding. I wish to get the same wedding theme once I will be married with my long time boyfriend and now my fiancee. Best wishes to Karla and Justin!ReplyCancel

  • Juha Sompinmäki - Wow the jungle wedding looks amazing. I’m sure the bride and groom will never forget that.ReplyCancel

  • Teri Pesochin - Love your work!!! Have emailed you before to poss book a shoot in Feb 2013 aft my Wedding in Riviera Maya.
    Lost your reply though. Hopefully am able to contact you prior to wedding. Thanks!! Once again, Amazing work!! TeriReplyCancel

  • Zack - Absolutely incredible pictures and scenery, well done guys, it looks like a movie !ReplyCancel

  • Wedding Album Cafe - Wow these photos are nothing short of amazing. I’ve never seen an actual trash the dress event but you make it look spectacularReplyCancel

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