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Samira and Jonathan, Jellyfish Restaurant, August 8th 2015 by Anna Nuet

Samira was one of these ladies easy to connect with, I loved how honest she was telling me how much she loves make up and warned me she will  add a few touches after what I would do, like eyebrows and work on her lashes. Nothing better than having a client who knows exactly what she wants and hey! I was  totally open to listen and let her add her magical touch ups! Honestly she did really know how to accentuate her beautiful Persian features and made a beautiful bride. 

She was a lil concerned about her hair because she has very thin hair and it doesn't reacts so good with humidity,  like most of my brides she  wanted full and kinda big hair, and wanted to stay.  I think  I achieved it ;)

We had a busy and fun  morning at Jellyfish bridal room in between of kids smiles , fun stories from the past and lots of hugs. 

Stunning Jellyfish Restaurant as usual ( I have been there hundreds of times and I am never tired of it ), blue sky, a few rain drops and palm trees. We had it all!

And see the sunset! Thanks life for sunsets!

all pics by Julia Eskin

 

 

Last touch ups before the ceremony ...

Pastor Mark wonderful as always and sand ceremony.

Behind the scenes by PhotoSouvenir by Anna Nuet

Renaud from PhotoSouvenir just started a new blog where you can watch videos of the venues, vendors,  beaches in Punta Cana and more. Such a great idea to see what normally brides don't see on the forums or other blogs. 

Renaud came to Huracan Cafe to record the getting ready at Mel's wedding  and ask me a few questions of how normally the  morning goes, as you can see,  the video is not made of "pretending working" images, the 3 minutes are a lil resume of a busy morning glaming up bride and bridesmaids.

Don't miss their blog with more videos!

http://puntacanaweddinglive.com/

Thanks Renaud!