La Pause Marrakech Wedding Photographer.
This isn’t our first time in Morocco. We fell in love with the desert landscape a couple of years back. This amazing country we explored during the winter. We instantly fell in love with the view over the Atlas Mountains and the straight, empty road that led to the south and the desert plains. In an instant, we knew that the wild desert would be a perfect backdrop for a wedding shoot. We just did not expect that we would make it happen in the near future.
La Pause Marrakech Wedding Photographer
This time our visit was a bit different. Out of the blue, we were invited by Belle Lequin of Wild Reverie, a Philippine-based creative director. She is a stylist for weddings and photography. We joined her a passion project she had in mind called LUCID TRANCE. It is a collaborative shoot that aimed for international wedding vendors to come together and showcase the beautiful culture and scenery of Morocco through our lens. We did not think twice and went for it!
The best part of this experience was feeling the creative chemistry with everyone involved in the shoot. The local model, Boutheina, was perfect for the shoot as she effortlessly embodied what Moroccan beauty is all about with every pose and look. It was incredible. It was exciting to work with bridal designers Grace Loves Lace from Australia, and Rue de Seine from New Zealand who sent in their incredible creations halfway around the world to grace our shoot with their breathtaking dresses.
We have also been fortunate that La Pause, a boutique glamping resort in the outskirts of Marrakech, joined the collaboration and allowed us to use the dreamy deserts cape upon which their high-end getaway experience sits. The surroundings are simply magical. Even though this place is near the big Marrakech city, our eyes were welcomed with the desert-like landscape, and the mystical terrain covered with sand. It was a feast for the senses, with a relaxing vibe.
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