The beach is where the magic happens. Insert a stunning Jamaican sunset and these two, and it turned up the heat Friday night. Last week I was at the Iberostar Rose Hall Suites for Celine & Ryan’s destination wedding in Jamaica. Their wedding day was nothing short of amazing, and I will be sure to blog it later this week, but for now, this beach day after session is taking my breath away. Someone call the passion police because these two have it. They made my job incredibly easy. Their chemistry is off the charts. Like many beach day after sessions, I like to begin them at either sunrise or sunset. For their session, we almost chose sunrise but after this magical sunset I am so happy we opted for the evening. Personally, I do not think these two could take a bad photo, but I will let you be the judge of that. Although the session started out with some overcast the skies cleared for us. We were blessed with a gorgeous orange sky. The waters were calm and there was a slight breeze that helped create the magic you will see below. Celine and Ryan had their wedding a couple of days before on the beach surrounded by almost 70 of their family and friends. For this shoot, Celine opted to not wear her bridal veil to keep a more relaxed look and Ryan went without his vest and jacket. With a slight roll of his sleeves and pants, we were ready to rock the beach. And as always, barefoot is mandatory for the couple and me.
I dare you to not fall in love with these images like I have.
If you like what you see here, be sure to check out their also beautiful engagement session that we did at The Old Marina & Pushlinch Lake in Cambridge, Ontario.
Resort: Iberostar Rose Hall Suites
Hair: The Chick Behind the Chair
Gown: Essense of Austrailia