Suzie and Ayman’s Wedding Story | Intercontinental Sun Peninsula Danang | Hoi An and Danang Wedding Photographer

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I just finished editing a lovely couple named¬†Suzie and Ayman’s wedding from the stunning Intercontinental Sun Peninsula Danang, Vietnam. Our team has shot loads of weddings there both photography and video and I’ve shot quite a bit commercially there as well. I know the property intimately and it never gets old to me. For a Hoi An wedding photography you get excited when you here the wedding will take place at ICD. For the best of the best destination wedding location look no further. The resort is nestled into monkey mountain and was designed by the award winning architect Bill Bensley¬†. Since the resort is a bit out of the way most couples don’t want to leave the property for pictures. Normally this can be challenging for a photographer but this property has so much diversity with colors and backgrounds it is a playground for portraits. The way the light shines through at different times of the day the property takes on unique personality. The light beams through the mountains and into the lobby around 715am and sets off to the side of the beach behind the mountains creating surreal beams of light. From the lobby to the beach, this unique property is a couples and a photographers paradise. Here are some shots from a wedding I shot last month that showcase the architecture and the beauty of this unique locations. ¬†Congratulations to Suzie and Ayman and thank for you letting Mott Visuals Weddings tell your story.

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Justin Mott/Mott Visuals Weddings


Intercontinental Sun Peninsula Danang




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