ART TODAY 09.08.17: The wedding of Shindana Neal and William Monroe – Part 1

by Sep 8, 2017Art Today, Lifestyles

photographed by Sarani Weddings

William proposed to Shindana on December 23rd, 2016, the eve of Christmas Eve, and they were married July 2nd, 2017 on the white sandy beaches of Playa Del Carmen Mexico, at the luxurious El Dorado Maroma Resort. The wedding was at 6pm over a sky deck, and the reception was in the sand. The couple was joined by family and friends (45 to be exact) and they spent their honeymoon in the Palafitos (Overwater Bungalows). “Our experience lasted 10 long, luxurious days,” Shindana told TribeLA Magazine.

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Sarani Estrada is the owner and photographer of Sarani Weddings STUDIO based in Cancun. They are a small group of dedicated photographers and videographers that specialize in destination and tropical weddings. With members from Mexico, Dominican Republic, Spain and the Mayan Riviera of Mexico, their combined creativity and international perspectives shine through in  beautiful and innovative wedding images. With a decade of experience doing weddings, Sarani Weddings STUDIO can proudly state, “we are experts in capturing the love energy around us!”

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