sunset elopement in tamarindo
Sherri + Scott
They say rain on your wedding day is good luck. But how about a beautiful, blue sky day and then rain at the exact moment you start exchanging your vows? I’d say that extra lucky, especially since the rain shower passed over quickly AND set the stage for one magical sunset elopement in Tamarindo Costa Rica for Sherri + Scott.
Congrats you two!
P.S. Thinking of elopement on the beach in Playa Langosta Costa Rica? Check out my 7 Most Romantic Places to Watch Sunset in Guanacaste, Costa Rica!
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