Cafe del Mar Wedding


Last week I blogged the pre wedding BBQ of Michelle and Ben, who married in a small Spanish coastal town in June 2012. Below are images from the wedding day itself. Michelle got ready with her bridesmaids, Carly and Alex, daughter Elissa (super cute flower girl), sister Janine (who’s wedding I photographed last year, which you can see here), not to mention, mum, grandma, future mother in law, etc…. A very full hotel room on a very hot day. After a suitable amount of champagne had been quaffed, we set off to the church for what was a beautiful and very emotional ceremony. Official part over with, guests headed to the drinks reception on a cliff top overlooking the beach and the bright turquoise Mediterranean. Once the sun started to dip, the party moved on to Cafe del Mar, an airy restaurant and bar overlooking the sea. Tearful speeches were followed by tapas and the hugest paellas known to man, which in turn was followed by mojitos and dancing barefoot into the early hours. Amazing day, amazing couple.

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By Lyndsey

Award Winning wedding photographer working in London and throughout the UK. Voted the best UK wedding photographer in 2017 Wedding industry awards.


  1. Really enjoyed looking through this Lyndsey! And not just because I’m massively craving sun and warmth at the moment 🙂 Looks like a fab day and you captured some lovely moments. I love that reflection shot during the ceremony. Ace.

  2. Cheers Matt, cheers Neil. The light was pretty intense, blue skies and sun that we are just not used to here! Looking forward to seeing your Portugal one Neil as I am sure you had similar light

  3. I just want to thank you Lynz for these stunning photo’s. I will never get tired of looking at them. You are so talented and I feel very lucky to have had you as our photographer x

  4. It was an amazing few days Michelle and I feel privileged to have been able to share it with you. Love to you, Ben, Elissa and the new addition who I can’t wait to meet x

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