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Indian Destination Wedding Photography Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres

Nesha + Carlos

Nesha was born and raised in Trinidad & Tobago. She moved the New Jersey US when she was a teenager and went to college/graduate school. She started working at a hospital in NJ in 2010 and that is when she met Carlos for the first time. Carlos was born in Peru, and moved to the US when he was 5 years old. Nesha is a Physician assistant and working in Trauma and Critical Care. Carlos works in the laboratory and does clinical support for the outpatient laboratory informatics. They both LOVE traveling and always up for trying new food. They’ve been to several European countries (France, Italy, Spain), Thailand, Mexico, Peru, Trinidad & Tobago.

They had talked about marriage and Nesha was waiting for a proposal. And it happened in 2020.

Their next big adventure became planning an Indian destination wedding in Mexico. They found Shaadi Destinations to help them convert their dreams into a reality. They picked TRS Coral Hotel in Grand Palladium Costa Mujeres as their venue, and couldn't have been happier with their choice.

The bride and groom got ready separately and wore fantastic traditional garb. The groom’s baarat took place on the boats that charted the waters of the lake within then hotel. Next, came the traditional Hindu wedding ceremony in the crystal room that was decorated elaborately with all the details of their desires. The ceremony was extremely emotional and their were many tears of joy shed that morning.

Just three hours later, the couple got ready once again, in more western wedding attire to have their second wedding ceremony at the beach. It was a symbolic ceremony with the Carlos in a light grey suit, and Nesha in a white wedding dress with bouquet in hand. The couple made time for portraits with their Riviera Maya photographer and then headed to their reception for drinks, dancing and more joyful moments.