Here’s yet another beautiful Cancun wedding done at the heart of Cancun’s hotel zone. Convention Center was a perfect locations for Alie & Gilberto’s cancun wedding ceremony, cocktail and reception venue. The flower arch with a touch of lighting on it was creating an amazing ambiance on the terrace during their civil ceremony and the view of gorgeous Cancun at night was spectacular.
It was a mixed wedding, you could hear Spanish and French speaking all around! Guests were laughing, talking and sharing their cultures and happiness with each other and we were so grateful to make a part of this memorable night.
I surely loved the whole experience and am sure all who attended would agree that this was a day to remember! Enjoy the realness of these two!

the wedding dress at brides room with flowers                                                                                       Photos by Genya Shenko

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Ещё одна прекрасная свадьба, на этот раз в Центре Канкуна, на широкой террасе с видом на ночные огни отельной зоны Канкуна. Али и Хильберто, выходцы из двух разных культур Северной Америки, нашли друг друга здесь на Карибском побережье, по этому гости говорили как на испанском так и на французском языках. Это добавляло особый шарм этому насыщенному вечеру, и мы с Эриком невозможно счастливы быть свидетелями этого события и запечатлеть его от начала и до конца. Наи-приятнейшего просмотра всем!

 

                                                                                                      Photo by Genya Sheko

Bride’s getting ready. Alie trying to give some instructions to her girlfriends.

Photo by Genya Shenko
Photo by Genya Shenko

The bride and her uncle getting in touch with the rest of the family in Canada

Photos by Genya Shenko

Photo by Genya Shenko

Photo by Erik Shenko  

The greatest thing when you are a husband and wife team of photographers is that my wife and I can split between girl’s and guy’s groups when needed and make a part of it while documenting all the important moments of the getting ready.

                                                                                                                Photo by Erik Shenko
                                                                                                           Photo by Erik Shenko

Photo by Erik Shenko

 

                                                                                                                 Photo by Genya Shenko
                                                                                                               Photo by Erik Shenko

Photo by Genya Shenko
                                                                                                         Photo by Genya Shenko
Photo by Erik Shenko

Photo by Erik Shenko

Photo by Genya Shenko

Photo by Genya Shenko

Great view from the terrace of Centro de Convenciónes of Cancun where this spectacular wedding ceremony was taking place surrounded by night lights of Cancun. If your wedding ceremony in Cancun is at night then the idea to make it on the roof top or at the big terrace with a fabulous view of the hotel zone could be a good option!


Photo by Genya Shenko

Photos by Erik Shenko

At Alie and Gilberto’s reception there were a huge candy buffet with a great variety of sweets! We loved these creative ideas for the local desserts decorations.


Photos by Erik Shenko

Photo by Genya Shenko

Photo by Erik Shenko

Photo by Erik Shenko

Photo by Genya Shenko

Photo by Genya Shenko

Photo by Genya Shenko

Photo by Erik Shenko

Photo by Genya Shenko

”La Vibora de la mar” is a popular mexican wedding reception game where the groom and bride are standing on chairs holding hands and facing each other to form the arch under which everyone passes.


Photo by Erik Shenko

Photo by Erik Shenko

At the end of the wedding party the groom surprised the bride by playing a drum solo. What an original wedding surprise!


Photo by Genya Shenko

Photo by Erik Shenko
                                                                                                              Photo by Erik Shenko