There are a many venues throughout Trinidad and Tobago that are popular for Weddings. We have highlighted some of the best, in terms of the aesthetics, the environment, its ease of access and their flexibility in accommodating the variety of request received from Couples.
With a well coordinated effort by the beautiful and handsome Bride and Groom, and significant support from their parents, Kimberly and Shivesh executed a remarkable 3 days of Wedding Celebration.
This engagement photoshoot was done at the very popular Hilstein Manor in St Augustine. Marguerite and Kayelle was up for the task at hand, always falling into character for every photo. They certainly were very relaxed and had every intention to enjoy this moment, as they prepared for their big day.
After approximately 1 year of planning, Alana and Clint tied the knot at the Arima Catholic Church. It was a fantastic day for them, enjoying the moments, along with their family and friends throughout the afternoon and evening.
Chanelle and Shirlon had a well planned and enjoyable wedding day. Their Ceremony was at the beautiful San Fernando Catholic Church on the Promenade, and the Reception was at City Hall a stone throw away. With a great DJ, and the Siparia Rhythm section in tow, that celebrated well into the evening.
Planning for a wedding day, can be an overwhelming experience for many, as I can vividly remember the events leading up to our big day, approximately three and half years ago. Our aim at the time was to enjoy the experience from planning to the actual day itself (It was one the best days of our lives).
Aaron and Kia Marie had a beautiful Ceremony at the very picturesque Church of The Assumption in Marvel, followed by a well organized reception at the Radisson Hotel in Port-Of-Spain. Radisson is certainly remembered for their beautiful poolside garden, which was perfect for those portrait pictures. It was certainly a day filled with lots of good vibes, and everyone having a great time.
Andre and Ousha wedding story began at Trincity Mall, with a well coordinated and memorable proposal by Andre, which was a romantic highlight for the country for many weeks after. The Wedding Ceremony went back to the location of the proposal (Trincity Mall) which had some surprises and excitement as well. The Reception as awesome experience for all involved, at Angostura House.
Sharlene and Shane's wedding was a two day event, with the Ceremony (Hindu) on the first day and the reception on the second. They were very organized in planning for their lifetime moment, and as photographers, we did enjoy working with them.