Renee and Erick

Photographing weddings is so much fun, but photographing weddings in Jamaica is even more fun! And when we have the opportunity to work with couples like Renee and Erick, it's pretty unbelievable.

Renee and Erick were married at the Blue Cave Castle in Negril, Jamaica. Perhaps you saw their pre-wedding session images a few posts before.

Their ceremony was absolutely magnificant and featured several really nice readings, as well as a butterfly release. After the ceremony we had time for some creative portraits before the sun disappeared into the sea.

Special thanks to our good friend and resident Jamaican, Timco, for coming along and riding shotgun. And for introducing me to some pretty good Jamaican food!

Congratulations, Renee and Erick. Thanks so much for letting us be a part of your special day. May God bless you as you begin your new life together.


Unknown said...

excellent, G$! i think we picked the right location to host a wedding! and YOU are a genius.

Tim Co. said...

wow these shots totally rock man!

thank you for letting me come along and absorb some good vibrations from the master. G$ you amaze me!

Anonymous said...

These, like the pre-wedding session shots you posted, are great, Garrett. I especially love this one: http://bp1.blogger.com/_V0GLChHuX9w/RiUDp5mba4I/AAAAAAAAAcA/W43rHkMQ3Qc/s400/reneeerickdownstep.jpg

And the last one shows what a beautiful night we had to enjoy the reception.

Unknown said...

Tim!! You RULE!!! your eye is incredible! thanks for being with us, man. one love!

Anonymous said...

The images of the dinner setting pictured against the setting sun and the image of us lounging both jump out at me.
Even though I was present, you have been depicting the wedding and it's details in ways which I completely missed.
Tim said it - the shots totally rock!

Brandy J Rammel said...

WOWZERS!! I LOVE the lounging one and that one with the movement - GORGEOUS!

Davina said...

Oooo! That shot of them next to the breaking waves...LOVE IT! What a wonderful image!

Mike Larson said...

wow, love these shots, beautiful bro..