• Servante Cook

Martins Made in Mexico

Updated: Jun 5, 2019


This past weekend I had the opportunity to witness my two friends tie the knot! I've been to a couple weddings, but this one felt a bit different. Come along as I walk you through the weekend for #MartinsMadeInMexico at El Dorado Royale Maya/ Cancun!


After a quick 2 hour flight, I made it safely to the resort and checked into my room that I shared with Josh's best friend, who was also the videographer for the wedding. Our room was amazing with a breath taking view from the balcony.

Josh and Trevor paired with an amazing travel professional, Jennifer to plan the events. However, naturally the ceremony was the highlight of everyones weekend.


From hanging out at the resort's bar with friends and family of the couple to karaoke near the beach, there were so many moments that would be impossible to forget. The rehearsal dinner, ceremony, celebration, and farewell brunch were all intimate and beautiful moments; it was truly a special time.

Aside from this wedding taking place on a gorgeous beach and being so visually appealing, it also meant so much more.

People get different things from weddings. Some are emotional because they connect with the couple getting married. I, on the other hand believe people get emotional because they start thinking if it's possible for them. Maybe they're taken back to their own wedding day. It opens up all these emotions and feelings of pure happiness.

I don't usually get emotional during weddings, but this one was a complete tear jerker!


Ebony, sister of the groom (Josh).