richard+tasha | edmonton destination wedding photographer | los cabo wedding photographer

Tasha and Richard got married at the Hola Grand Farvo in Los Cabos this past May and I had the pleasure of photographing their day. After a whirl-wind trip to Cancun two photograph two more weddings, this was the last stop of our trip. 3 weddings in 10 days was a bit much, but man was it ever worth it.

Los Cabos is truly my favourite part of Mexico to photograph. The light is so golden and the sunsets are so pink, I fall in love each and every time that I am there. Getting married in Cabo? Lets chat! Cancun is stunning, don’t get me wrong, but there is something romantic and unique about Cabo that is all it’s own. I can’t describe it, if you have never been, put it on your list of places to go and experience.

Photographing Tasha made me feel like I was photographing a Kardashian. She looks like one, can model, and oh my goodness Tasha are you stunning. Your wedding was breath taking; from the unique bridesmaids dresses to the colour filled bouquet I couldn’t get enough (big shout out to the ladies of Tasha’s party, you were all so wonderful to work with and it was a treat to spend the day with such fun people). Richard wore an amazing suit from Le Chateau, and the gentlemen just clean cut shirts and pants. The pops of colour throughout the day just give it all the finishing touches.

Tasha knew what she wanted from her day, and it made my job easy. She had the direction, image and feel all planned out. It was truly like photographing a marriage scene from a movie; it was that easy. The love that these two share and have for one another is overwhelming, and I am sure every single person who attended that wedding could feel it. Needless to say, Tasha and Richard were  made for each other, and the universe worked in a way to make sure they were together.

I wish I could share every single photo from this day, but alas I can only show my favourites. Enjoy the last wedding from my destination season.


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