This Mexico destination wedding in Barcelo Maya Colonial Riviera Maya happened in May when the spring is slowly passing its ownership of the world weather to the summer. Although for many couples that planed their destination wedding in this gorgeous place might be difficult to see the difference between the spring and summer in Riviera Maya, simply because it always feels like it is summer here! Warm in the morning, hot during the day and refreshing in the evening.
While they were getting ready, Josee asked me to take a photo with the portraits of her grandma and grandad. She admitted she still misses them, even though they have left this world long ago. And showing respect to the memories of her beloved ones she wanted a photo with their portraits.
Josee and JF were having their destination wedding in Barcelo Maya Colonial Riviera Maya in the morning. The time of the day when the sun light penetrates deep into the waters of the Caribbean Sea to reveal its true, beautiful turquoise color. They came from Canada to enjoy their wedding ceremony in a tropical paradise And they truly did! And so did their parents and friends that witnessed them saying the most long awaited words: “Yes, I do.”
We all agree that destination wedding is a happy event for every couple, but for parents this could also be a touching and delicate moment And it is normal to show your real feelings even if they took the form of tears…tears of happiness. But I guess only parents will understand how it feels to watch your daughter being happy and getting married.
During our conversations they mentioned that the Barceló Colonial Riviera Maya resort is wonderful and what they liked more about it is the interior design made in consideration with the Mexican style, bright colors in the decoration of the resort buildings. All those details together made them feel like they are staying in a real colonial part of Mexico. While I was walking around the Barcelo Colonial resort in search for the spots to make the after wedding couple photos, I also felt under the impression that I was somewhere in a little colonial city in Mexico.
“With true love butterflies never go away” Anonymous