For Kim and James’ celebration in Mexico, this destination wedding at the Now Jade Resort in Cancun was all about new beginnings. This is both Kim and James’ second marriage, and the couple were eager to honor the coming together of their families. Kim created her gorgeous bouquet herself using five different types of flowers — one for each of the grown children she and James now share together. The couple also wanted to memorialize their loved ones that were no longer with them. Kim wrapped her bouquet in a piece of lace from her mother’s wedding dress, and James chose a purple boutonniere in honor of his late mother, since purple was her favorite color.
The elopement was intimate and full of love, and the Now Jade Resort provided the perfect backdrop to capture the new couple’s playfulness! Enjoy Kim and James’ Now Jade wedding photos from paradise below:
It was both Kim and James’ first trip to Mexico, and Now Jade Resort proved to be the perfect ceremony location for these sun lovers — the weather couldn’t have been better! For more guidance on weather considerations for a destination wedding in Mexico, read my post The Ultimate Weather Guide for Your Cancun Wedding.
Thanks to an ideal afternoon at the beach, the warm turquoise waters truly “pop” against the brand new Mr. and Mrs.
As a smaller resort, the Now Jade provided lots of opportunities for Kim and James to share fun, intimate moments together without another soul in sight.
Unique, personal touches combined with the modern decor and exceptional gardens of the Now Jade resulted in the sweetest ceremony for Kim and James, and some simply breathtaking couple portrait photos. Congratulations to the happy couple!
Based out of Cancun & Playa del Carmen in the Riviera Maya Mexico, Dorota has extensive experience of photographing weddings at exotic locations like Mexico, Bali, India, and South Africa.
Dorota was a wedding photographer in San Diego, California and brings this modern photography style and personalized service to Mexico.
She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org