Riviera Maya Cenote and Beach Trash the Dress

The Riviera Maya cenote and beach trash the dress of Dayna and Rocco was a great way for the newlyweds to unwind and have an adventure together after their Iberostar Paraiso Maya wedding.  Dayna and Rocco are so relaxed and charming, a real pleasure to get to know them and be around their loving vibe. The day began in the jungle, capturing the couple in the lush tropical foliage with sunbeams streaming through, Dayna rocking the cowboy boots with her bridal gown by Kleinfeld NYC.

When the time came to get into the fresh cenote waters, Rocco took the lead and taught Dayna “The Hair Flip” in an expert manner! He had once had long hair and knew how to work it before donating his locks to a cancer charity for children (seriously, what a sweetheart!) The two were naturals underwater, true mermaids in love. Dayna wore some very special foot jewelry, made by her grandmother, such a personal touch!. Their courage was clear as they leapt off the cliff into the chilly waters below to a round of applause from the spectators!

Things got a little sexy as the day moved into “Adam and Eve” time, sharing their passionate side in a boudoir twist.  They concluded the day with a visit to a nearby beach with photographer Polly, playing in the waves in the warmth of the setting sun and enjoying the Mexican Caribbean sea.

When we asked the couple why they chose Del Sol Photography, here is what they shared with us:

Your unique, romantic, and underwater photos attracted us the most. We are looking for that WOW factor and your photography has that. Your creative lighting, scenery, romance, and overall work in your photos really captured our eye. Were looking for romantic, unique, fun, energetic, and sexy photos and we know you can deliver that to us.

 

Principal photographer: Polly

February 16th, 2015, session


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