South Caicos Wedding
Michael and Theresa have busy jobs in San Francisco so they wanted to escape and have an intimate wedding with just the two of them. They searched to find a special place and they chose Sailrock resort on South Caicos. South Caicos is one of the islands that make up the chain of islands for the Turks & Caicos.
Michael and Teresa both met through the running club in San Francisco. Theresa had just moved to the city and joined wanting to meet people. Lucky for her, Michael was interested in the same thing! Their active lifestyles and love of the outdoors was one of the reasons they chose South Caicos. Whether its bike riding, paddle boarding, hiking or fishing, the island of South Caicos has so much to do. Before their wedding day Michael and Theresa spent time exploring and enjoying the island.
On the wedding day we used the lovely backdrop of the resort and villa for their photos, including an emotional first look. I loved the blue colored artwork inside their villa because it picked up on Theresa’s bridal bouquet with accents of blue fake flowers. Blue is one of the bride’s favorite color so it was no surprise that she picked the beautiful island of South Caicos and all its gorgeous colors of blue. After doing photos at the Villa overlooking the stunning ocean views, this stylish couple hopped in a buggy and did some more pictures in the gorgeous lobby area. One of my favorite and most unique pictures is one of the couple in front of a wall full of pink conch shells. It was a one-of-a-kind location for wedding photos.
Michael and Theresa exchanged wedding vows underneath a beautiful Arch overlooking the ocean. They had the beach to themselves as they walked hand-in-hand along South Caicos’ pristine and remote beaches. The day ended with a romantic sunset dinner overlooking the water, complete with candles and tiki torches. What a wonderful memory for this couple to enjoy their time together for their wedding and honeymoon before heading back to the hustle and bustle of City Life and they’re busy jobs.