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!