Based in Thailand, Justin Mott of Mott Visuals Wedding Photography is a master at capturing multi-cultural weddings with color, respect and playfulness. I recently asked Justin a few questions about his process and he kindly shared some absolutely gorgeous photos from a recent wedding he shot in Bangkok. Enjoy!
Wedding Photography Inspiration: Multicultural Wedding
Ying and Jorge's wedding in San Jose El Viejo Antigua, Guatemala was romantic, warm and full of cultural traditions. Destination wedding photographers, Caroline+Ben, were the perfect choice to capture the moments of the day!
Inspired by their Spanish background, Jessica and her husband Guillermo spent their Day After photo session with Vincent Ribon of Zasil Studios in the secluded natural reserve of Sian Kan on the Caribbean beaches of Mexico. Jessica was gorgeous in cool white lace with a darling Spanish umbrella, the couple took in the breathtaking views and played in the turquoise sea and white beaches. Definitely a day well spent!
Traditional Korean weddings can be quite involved with lots of movement, many ceremonies and multiple dress changes, but SooYoun and Kevin had complete faith that Ari Simphoukham would be up for the challenge. He creatively captured all the moments with ease, from the traditional tea ceremony, the couple's glamorous portraits in the city, and emotional moments with family and friends.
When Narumi and Bessho began planning their wedding they each came with their own unique sources for inspiration, including the jungle of South Africa and the romance of Romeo and Juliet, but both wholeheartedly agreed on choosing the the lively and creative photography of Juliana Wiklund. In the end, the couple brilliantly merged their individual passions to create a day that was truly memorable.
I am so excited to share with you the spectacular Real Wedding of Jag and Param with the show-stopping and jaw-droppingly gorgeous photos by Chris+Lynn. Jag and Param really wanted to "wow" their guests, and with their vibrantly dressed wedding party, abundance of peonies and roses, and the groom's hilarious yet impressive choreographed dance at the reception, I am certain their guests were blown away.