The beautifully intimate wedding of Brad and Angelina in Belize

12 Mar 2018

This is the story of the other Brad and Angelina who had the most beautiful Belize wedding surrounded by their beloved children 

Seattle couple Brad Adcock and Angelina French met online in March 2015. They were pen-pals for almost five months before finally meeting face to face four months later. Their first date was in Seattle, starting with dinner at Salty’s Restaurant, a walk along the waterfront boardwalk near Pier 57 with a romantic ride on Seattle’s Great Wheel. They dated for several months, fell deeply in love and the rest is history. 

Once he had the blessing of his two daughters, Brad decided to propose to Angelina. After several failed attempts to ask her in a romantic setting, he gave up on finding the 'right time' and 'perfect place' and asked Angelina to marry him. It happened on December 22, 2016 in his car in the parking lot of the Blazing Onion restaurant in Everett, Washington. 

Seven months later, they took their four children, all aged between 17-21, with them to Ambergris Caye, Belize. Standing barefoot on a sand bar in the Caribbean Sea, they committed their lives to each other. 

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After an hour long boat ride out to the spot, the adventurous couple wasted no time. Set against the beautiful dual blue backdrop of sky and sea, Brad and Angelina and their children celebrated the happy couple's love.

Because of the remoteness of the destination, many of the details were simple and understated. But as the couple slow danced on the beach, it was clear that the only details that really mattered to the new Mr and Mrs Adcock were each other, their children, and a beautiful setting.

Brad and Angelina wanted to demonstrate their love for each and their love for others by donating photography to a local cause while in Belize. So their two photographers from Salt to Clay Photography connected with Sustainable Harvest and spent an entire day in the jungle and on local farms documenting the incredible work being done to implement sustainable farming practices.

View more images from the big day in the gallery above. 

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