The Bridal Guide editorial photo shoot concluded with some truly incredible shots at the neighboring eco-archeological park, Xcaret. Surrounded by the natural beauty of the park, the whimsical bridal looks that were captured appeared like they were right out of a fairytale.
The first shot was by a beautiful cenote (natural sinkhole), with water so clear it acted almost like a mirror.
This video shows the complete Cenote:
The next look was inspired by the Mayan culture, with a shot in a traditional canoe. The look is very unique.
We then held a shoot with a flock of flamingos. They got a little camera shy before the model arrived, so the shoot was done on a closed “set”. Here’s a sneak peak at the model flamingos.
Our next supporting models were a bit more cooperative.
Our second boat was bright, flowery and totally girly!
The final look featured an amazing hairpiece made from Birds of Paradise. This flower was the perfect choice as it is tropical and captivating.
Thanks for following along the last three days of behind the scenes coverage ofhte Bridal Guide photo shoot with the Mexico Tourism Board and Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa. We cannot wait to see the stories that develop from all three days of images! We’ll keep you posted as the phots are published in Bridal Guide Magazine so you can experience the finished product!
I am getting married at Dreams Tulum in February 2012! I am still looking for my perfect dress! I am in love with one of the dresses from the day three photo shoot. Any way someone can tell me where the dresses came from? Designer? Help on this would be fantastic! The dress that I am interested in is the one on the model in the canoe.
Congrats on your upcoming wedding! That dress is from BHLDN, http://www.bhldn.com/the-shop_gowns/. If you scroll across the reader will find the dress. Best wishes on your wedding planning!
Wow! What a gorgeous photo shoot!