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Principal photographer: Sol Tamargo

Not all destination weddings in Mexico are about the beach, the beautiful colonial cities of the country offer some incredible locations too! Sol surprised her best friend Olga  with her attendance at this gorgeous wedding in Puebla, Mexico. She captured some fantastic images of this intimate affair held in the family home. It was an emotional day for everyone, full of love and laughs, and a very special day for Olga as she was able to spend it with her father who passed away a couple of months after the wedding.  So meaningful to have these photos of father and daughter together.  The bride was elegant in her black and white attire, the black veil was so very chic! It’s always a pleasure to attend the wedding of a friend and be able to share the moments and the memories with them in photographs that will last a lifetime.

The portrait shots in this slideshow were taken in Atlixco, Puebla, known for its fields of flowers which made for some incredible photos (they even had a friendly dog following them around to add a little furry fun). Sol got some great pics in Cholula, another pretty Puebla town known for its churches and you can even see the volcano Popocatépetl watching over the bride and groom.

Muchas felicidades Olga y Rulas!