I had such an amazing weekend in Saint Lucia celebrating with Brianna+Nick and their family+friends. Between their stunning ceremony overlooking the pitons (photos seriously doesn’t do it justice), to the catamaran adventures, I can’t believe we met for the first time on their wedding day!
resort + reception venue :: the royalton resort
ceremony venue :: la haut plantation
groom’s suit :: indochino
hair & makeup :: the royalton
wedding coordinator :: awesome caribbean weddings
We hopped in a bus in the morning and drove to the marina. Weaving in and out the oh so windy roads lined with vibrant coloured homes. We started their wedding day with a catamaran cruise on the Caribbean ocean to the ceremony (umm because hanging out on a boat is rad and way better than the long drive through the mountains. I definitely want to paint our house now.
It was nothing short of amazing.
Arriving at La Haut Plantation is like stepping into a tropical oasis. Between its unique Caribbean characteristics to the spectacular view of the pitons, the view at their ceremony was seriously insane. I love how they used the space with their organic decor of palms + pineapples lining the aisles, to their guests throwing lavender seeds at their grand exit.
After their stunning ceremony, we heading on the catamaran back to the Royalton Resort for their reception where everyone was staying. The Royalton was such a stunning resort with some of the best food I have ever had at an all inclusive. Their rooftop deck was the perfect spot to end off the evening and wedding festivities.
Congratulations guys! xo
The day after their wedding we headed out on the water again via catamaran to explore the island and all it has to offer. With stops at a waterfall, street side market where we tasted coconut rum, and a rejuvenating natural mud bath at sulphur springs- the only drive-in volcano in the world. It was such a fun way to end off the trip with the newlyweds.