The sunset and the sky must be very jealous from the vibrancy of the colors in this beautiful wedding. But that’s only one of the number of things that made this event an eye candy and one for the books. Some of the details of the day were simultaneously playful and classy which matches our couple’s free-spirited personality. And just by judging from the pictures, it’s not hard to say that everyone in this wedding had fun, I mean, who wouldn’t? The wedding itself is an epitome of fun colors and accents! Congratulations Marian & Andrew!
Word from the photographer…
This was a beautiful wedding where two cultures came together, where friends and family traveled from all over the world to celebrate Marian & Andrew’s wedding in Cancun, Mexico.
These two met while working for the same company in different countries; Marian in Mexico and Andrew in the U.S. – for many months they spent a lot of time corresponding to each other via the internet not knowing (nor having any interest in what the other person looked like). Two years ago, they finally met for the first time at a work event and immediately fell for each other. After some time dating far apart and not knowing when they can finally be together in one place – they were determined to make it work and a year later when Andrew proposed, Marian also found a wonderful job here in the U.S. With so much gratitude and love – they are now enjoying their days together with their sweet pup Millie and looking forward to this new chapter in their lives!
Both Andrew & Marian are incredibly intelligent & hardworking yet free spirited, curious and excited about the possibilities and adventures in life. They decided to have their wedding in Mexico where their families could embrace the beauty of Mexico and soak up the sun for a handful of days.
The ceremony took place in an amazing chapel with stunning views of the sea followed by a rooftop terrace reception where their families shared so much laughter & joy, singing and dancing the night away!
Word from the groom…
How did you meet?
Marian and I met virtually through work at Ford Motor Company. I was transferred into the Chassis group, and Marian was my co-buyer in Mexico for the commodities I was responsible for. We worked closely together for 6+ months before we met face-to-face in September of 2011, and it has all just happened since then.
The fact we knew and respected each other for months prior to meeting is important – she thought I was a 40+ year old fat gringo, and I thought she was a mid-thirties chunky Mexican. To experience our chemistry when we met is the most amazing thing we have ever experienced.
What are the words you would use to describe the style of your wedding?
Beachy, Classy, Enjoyable
What colors are you using in the ceremony and reception?
Aqua and tangerine