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Jamaica Destination Wedding Photographer – Mercy + Nick

This day! Where do I even start?! Mercy and Nick’s Jamaica Destination Wedding was one for the books, for sure! Personally, it was a pretty huge milestone for me. Not only was the wedding on my birthday, but it was also the 100th wedding I’ve photographed. Needless to say, I was pretty jazzed about this wedding from the get go, and I was not disappointed.

Mercy and Nick are the sweetest people, and they brought a whole bunch of equally sweet people down to Jamaica with them. I’ve been to plenty of weddings where I felt like I was one of the family (because my clients are amaze-balls) but I’ve never felt quite so welcomed as I did with Mercy and Nicks friends and family. People I had never met in my entire life were wishing me happy birthday! It was a an incredible way for me to celebrate my birthday! Not one second felt like work with these great people laughing, smiling, and dancing all around me!

The Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall Resort that Mercy and Nick chose for their Jamaica Destination Wedding was just the perfect spot! Crystal clear water and beautifully landscaped grounds set the perfect scene for their wedding day. And hey, it might have been windy as all get out, but there’s nothing like some wind in your dress to help get that perfect shot! You’ll know it when you see it!

Mercy and Nick, thank you from the bottom of my heart for including me in your Jamaica destination wedding. It was one of the highlights of my career and I am truly honored I got to be a part of your wedding. Congratulations!

And thank you Joanna! None of this would have happened without you!

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Melissa Sue Photography is a Colorado and Destination wedding photographer who specializes in wedding and engagement photography. Melissa is based in Colorado, but travels worldwide, capturing local and destination weddings all over.

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  • Chris Witzgall - You have done a good job as a Jamaican destination wedding photographerReplyCancel

  • Laura - Your golden hour shots are amazing! Can’t believe you got to be a destination photographer!!ReplyCancel

  • Kira - Very lovely photos. I’ve always wanted to work in Jamacia, good for you!ReplyCancel

  • Meagan - These photos are absolutely gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • EJ - I am in love the dress fabric, I love how it flows in the wind! As a destination wedding photographer, I am sure you were thrilled to be shooting a Jamaica Wedding.ReplyCancel

  • Alissa - You’re an incredible destination photographer. So beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Laura P - a wedding in Jamaica – yes please. I wish the whole wedding had been outside under the stars. I am a sucker for the beach and the sound of the ocean waves. I’m sure as a wedding photographer, you can’t wait to do more in such a lovely place.ReplyCancel

  • Mercedes - Beautifully photographed wedding! You have a great eye and are clearly a wonderful destination wedding photographer!ReplyCancel

  • Emily Moore - Wow this wedding was incredible! I wish I had done something at the beach, this wedding is a dream! You captured it beautifully — gorgeous work!ReplyCancel

  • Jess - You are such an amazing destination wedding photographer, Melissa! Beautiful work!ReplyCancel

  • Lynn Marie - Gorgeous wedding photography from Jamaica! Love all off the emotions you captured.ReplyCancel

  • Melissa - Um… A destination wedding in Jamaica!?!?! Yessssss please! Beautiful work!ReplyCancel

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