Romantic Huracan Cafe Wedding, Punta Cana Photographer


Rustic meets romantic vintage allure. Penelope & Eliezer’s delightful destination wedding at Huracan Cafe Punta Cana.
Scroll all the way down to read Penelope’s insights about her wedding day and the #1 advice she gives to any bride. And also enjoy their adventure Rock the dress photoshoot at Indigenous Eyes Ecologic Park & Reserve. Eliezer & Penelope as you already know it was a real pleasure for us to document such special day for you and your families. Thousand thank you for choosing NCH Studio as the Punta Cana Photographers in charge of documentinc your beautiful and romantic Huracan Cafe wedding.

Planning a beautiful destination wedding

  Planning our wedding was relatively easy since Mayte + Nati and the Huracan took care of providing absolutely everything we would need from services to logistics coordination.  We were both pretty flexible and did not have to compromise on anything, of course, all the credit goes to my love Eliezer, who gave me the chance of getting everything I wanted. 😉

I would describe my wedding as a rustic meets romantic vintage allure. Walking into the restaurant was nothing but delightful. Starting with the chandeliers and the Welcome to Our Love Story sign to the most delicate and ravishing table setups that I have ever seen.  Mayte Marie together with Natalia Roldan created a fantasy wedding, our fantasy wedding. It is unbelievable how someone can recreate your ideas so beautifully and these girls outdid what I had envisioned.  Their passion, originality, and creativity are surreal. Our wedding was unique, simple but also full of exquisite details such as the small bird nests placed on top of everyone’s plate with their names.  The bird nests to symbolize our union and the start of a new life together and our wish that each one of our wonderful family and friends,  be part of our new journey.
Another remarkable detail was our wedding cake. The entire cake was decorated with real flowers. Three tiers,  red velvet,  pineapple & guayaba and tres leche that tasted like no other.
From the experience to plan my wedding,  the only advice I have for future brides is:  Leaving things for the last minute is a big no-no. This added unnecessary stress the week before the big day.

Bridal dress designer: Watters
Bridal shoes:  Vince Camuto
Bridal Jewelry:  Tiffany & Co.
Grooms suit:  Banana Republic
Pageboy suit:  J Crew

Vendors team:
Venue Huracan Cafe
Wedding Planning & Decor  Natalia Roldan  & Mayte Marie
Cake: Cake Studio Bavaro