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Lodge K Wedding Marrakech

A wedding is a remarkable moment for everyone. It is time to create new memories that can be cherished in the future. We had such a great time photographing Victor and Karen’s Lodge K wedding Marrakech! Victor is from France but spent a number of his growing up years in Marrakech and his parents still live there, and Karen is from Hong Kong. Victor met Karen while he was living in Sydney, Australia. Karen was there on a business trip and the couple spent eight months dating long distances before Victor moved to Hong Kong.


Earlier in the year they had their wedding in Hong Kong but planned for a more intimate celebration in Marrakech for Victor’s family and friends living in France and Marrakech. This gave the couple an opportunity to celebrate and create their wedding twice and hence they got double memories, one in Hong Kong and other at Lodge K wedding Marrakech.

The day before their wedding, we did a romantic photoshoot with them at the Marrakech Palmeraie and Palais Namaskar. We love doing romantic photoshoots before the wedding as it’s a special time for the couple to have fun together before their big day and it also helps them to get comfortable in front of a camera. Also, it’s a fun opportunity for us to get to know the couple better. The couple was deeply in love and this was evident through their actions and gestures. We clicked different pictures at different locations before their big day at Lodge K wedding Marrakech.

The Marrakech Palmeraie is always a beautiful spot to take photos and it really has that Marrakech desert vibe. Palais Namaskar’s gorgeous garden areas and unique architecture make it one of our favorite hotels to photograph at. For this part of the photoshoot, Karen changed into her wedding gown. She was looking like a princess and captured the moment with her beautiful dress and elegance.

Their wedding was held at Lodge K and both Victor and Karen got ready there. We love how every wedding is so unique and for Victor and Karen’s entrance to their wedding celebration, they both rode in on camels in traditional Moroccan wedding attire! The couple looked stunning and were dressed beautifully. Everyone was stunned to see them and we clicked some ravishing pictures of them.

During cocktail hour they changed back into their suit and white wedding gown. It was a relaxed, intimate evening among their friends and family at Lodge K wedding Marrakech. Lodge K organized everything from the decor to the catering and it was all to such a high level of excellence. Everything was kept in place and were marked with different tags to provide ease to the guests.

Dinner was buffet styled and each table had a different theme from Italian to Lebanese. Following the meal, there was lots of dancing, including a choreographed dance between Karen and her father and between Karen and Victor. The dance was a very joyful and exciting moment for everyone. The couple danced beautifully and their love was very evident through their dance steps and coordination.

The dance performed by Karen and her father was very emotional and catchy. Everyone was thrilled to see them shaking their feet on the dance floor. After this, everyone present there started dancing and enjoying the wedding. There were different lights, flowers and a variety of decorations present at the Lodge K wedding Marrakech which made their wedding more catchy.

It was such a fun evening and we loved getting to know Victor and Karen more closely! The wedding was one of a kind and the dance added a different glam to it.

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Thanks for visiting us!

Unfortunately we are no longer in Morocco and are taking a break from wedding photography.

We want to thank all our couples over the years who we have had the opportunity to capture their special love stories! We feel so honoured to have been apart of your special day! 

Feel free to continue looking around our website. 

For us we are taking a break and returning to North America for a period of time, after that we intend to move to Italy (Lord willing). 

Thanks again,

Richard and Marisa