If a picture says a thousand words, how much does a video say? Along with capturing the most important moments of the biggest day of your life to hang on your wall, wedding videos really take you back to those moments that you may not have even completely absorbed on the hectic and bustling wedding day. The soft touches, sweet glances, excitement and emotional voices. Click play on this Hawaii wedding video to see just what we love most about what we do. This bride and groom on Maui could not be any sweeter.
The gorgeous bride wore a light dress perfect for the heat of a destination wedding in Hawaii. The wedding gown had lace and beaded cap sleeves on a v-neck, empire waist gown with a completely lace back. The bride wore a scalloped necklace along with flowers accenting her soft up-do with loose side curls.
While the bride and bridesmaids were getting ready with hair and makeup and getting dressed they wore coordinating floral silk robes in white and light green. These stylish and smart ladies chose nude colored wedges for their wedding shoes. This is a great choice for a wedding at this venue in Maui since the grounds have gorgeous green expansive landscapes that can be difficult in high heels. These lucky bridesmaids learned the meaning of “something blue” in the form of Tiffany & Company gifts from the bride!
The ceremony decor included natural wood chairs that had a very organic feel along with a simple wedding arch accented by sheer white fabric and flowers. The chairs on the aisle side were donned with flowers in glass jars. The wedding reception tables had burlap runners with a center strip of white lace. Floral centerpieces were held in vintage style vases in clear, golds and peach colors. Instead of table numbers the bride and groom chose wood signs with the Hawaiian islands’ names. The card box was raw wood with the couple’s names personalized on the front. The Tiffany blue color scheme was tied in with the couple’s initials on the reception table next to the guest book.
We all know that photos are often “Photoshopped” to make the sunsets look more amazing than they really were. Thankfully in such a gorgeous wedding destination as Hawaii we don;t have to mess with what nature gives us. These colorful tropical plants and stunning sunset colors are 100% what the couple experienced that day. Perfect weather, loving bride and groom, lovely decor, flawless wedding coordination. What more could we ask for? And they call this “work!”
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Wedding planning and coordination done by The Perfect Wedding Maui. We can’t say enough good things about working with them. They are the best!
Delicate, feminine, sparkling, elegant. That’s how I can describe this bride’s Hawaii wedding dress. The ivory colored sheath dress had a sheer overlay with capped short sleeves, embroidered with elegant crystal details and beading. The stunning bride wore her hair in a half up do with lots of volume and loose waves. The walk down the aisle was made in glittering gold colored Jimmy Choo high heels. The bridesmaids supported and celebrated the day with the Bride in soft pink colored flowing formal gowns. The dresses were empire waist with draped tops and flowing skirts.
Although there were storm clouds on the horizon, this wedding ceremony was all clear for the bride and groom’s dream Hawaii wedding. On the grassy point, edging out into the ocean, the family and friends sat on gold chivari chairs among the palm trees. In the distance the guest could see the island of Ko’oholawe and Molokini. The groom looked stylish in his dark suit without a necktie while his groomsmen wore light gray suits and dark gray neckties. For the wedding party photos, the bridesmaids held cream colored parasols. The parasol umbrellas make the perfect accessory for a Hawaii destination wedding where wedding guests could experience a range of weather changes from the warmth of direct sunlight to tropical showers.
The wedding flowers coordinated perfectly with the color scheme of this beachfront wedding in Hawaii. Roses in cream and soft pink were surrounded by leaves with a light pastel green color that are called Dusty Miller leaves. They almost have a frost look to them and are a nice alternative to the normal foliage of wedding bouquets that are bright green.
Say cheese! This cute little flower girl was stealing our shots with her Fuji Film Instax instant camera. We couldn’t help but take a photo of her too. We gotta support the next generation of wedding photographers!
The engagement ring was giving us some serious diamond envy! The gorgeous round cut diamond stood in all of it’s glory on a classic setting. A pave diamond wedding band made the perfect pairing while the groom wore a gold wedding band. The wedding reception was held under a clear ceiling tent where guests were entertained by hula and Tahitian dancers as well as this fire dancer. Sparkling chandeliers hung from the tent, lighting the reception in a romantic soft light. A multi-tiered cake stand held cupcakes for the guests’ sweet tooth with little decorative rose buds on top. And no wedding in Hawaii is complete without a stunning photo of a kiss at sunset! Congratulations to our happy couple! A big thank you to the amazing wedding planner, Cherise, at The Perfect Wedding Maui who always makes the bride and groom’s smooth and stress-free dream wedding day come true!
This wedding season is keeping us very busy and on our toes. However, there are SO many Hawaii wedding photos that we just have to share with you all! Here is a recent wedding portrait L’Amour Photography and Video’s team photographed on the island of Maui. This wonderfully sweet bride and groom were married at the Maui wedding venue at Olowalu Plantation House.
There are too many gems from this wedding to count, so stay tuned to our Hawaii wedding blog for a full featured blog of this wedding! Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook!