September 15, 2016

Sometimes, you’ve just gotta kick up your heels and cut loose. Last week I completely unplugged in Mexico (quite literally: this was the ONLY picture I snapped and not a single email was checked) for the wedding of one of my dearest friends. Being present for her big day was so special, and a wonderful reminder that love transcends all bounds and territories.

Though this might be the only picture to prove it, the tropical storms in Mexico were epic—from flashing lightning to unexpected flooding and everything in between. After the storm, we welcomed the day with the rising sun, which brought happiness, hope, and radiating love. I’m so thankful to have shared this special day with so many exceptional people, especially the beaming bride and groom.

Have you traveled internationally for a wedding? We’d love to hear about your unique experience in the comments below!

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