Hey There Friends!!!
What a great wedding we have on the blog today. It would be the perfect Mexico destination wedding if it was just us and the coulple (Emily and Jared) they were so much fun to be around and obviously in love. But, they invited all their friends and family and planned an amazingly beautiful, vintage meets timeless wedding at Villa Amor in Sayulita, Mexico that completely captures their roots of love with each other, and all the vibe and excitement of Mexico. We loved every second of capture this for them!
So, It all started (our trip to Mexico for the wedding that is) with a plane ride like any other. Once we landed we walked through customs as usual, then HEEEEELLLLOOO there are 1000 people in the turminal trying to get you to come to their hotel and taste tequila, haha…Travel tip #1 only take a sample or talk to one of the terminal “agents” if you want to end up wasting the majority of your day or trip trying to be duped into buying a time share, so walk straight through and smile and start your epic adventure of a gorgeous country and kind people. However, we didn’t “walk straight through and smile” hence, the cautionary advice 😉 the short version is, we made $100 and got a bottle for free whiskey, but it came at the price of setting through a 5hr time share lecture and sales pitch. But we didn’t buy and got out in time to see the sun set, so not so bad I guess, haha…
The next day we got to explore more of the outside of town and…..Sayulita, Mexico is the opposite of the airport area of Puerto Vallarta. It’s a quaint, cobblestone street and beach town vibe, set in the hills near the coast…Breathe taking and everything magical you’d want your wedding in Mexico to be. Especially Villa Amor. The venue overlooks the entire city of Sayulita and has little villas from the hill top to the beach, it’s perfect.
So grateful to have captured this gorgeous day and this couples once in a lifetime memories.
Check out the Images and Video we shot below!!!!
Love, high fives and cheers,
Mexico Wedding – Emily & Jared from Glass Jar Photography on Vimeo.