Elizabeth & Montana had such a gorgeous day for their wedding on Lumahai Beach Kauai.We can only have weddings in the summer on this beach due to unpredictable & dangerous surf. Some waves came up a bit higher than expected a few times. The videographer got wet but the bride didn’t! Kelvin Ho was their minister for their Hawaiian ceremony. They wrote their own vows, which made them both cry of course. I tend to always bring a parasol to weddings just in case someone is getting too much sun, and so we used it for pictures after the ceremony. I would never recommend for a bride to have such a long and unbeaded vail on the beach, because it blows around so much, but it made for a great entrance and once it got to be too much of a bother we took it off. Her white Phalaenopsis orchid bouquet was quite stunning, as was the bride herself. I couldn’t decide if I preferred some of the images in black and white or color, so I posted both.
Archive for August 31st, 2010
Kaylie and Tank were visiting from Portland Oregon and had their intimate beach wedding on the south shore of Kauai.The wedding ceremony was held on Ho’ai Bay Poipu. The ceremony was Christian and Hawaiian. We went over to the Kiahuna Resort, Plantation Gardens as well as Poipu Beach for pictures. We had a great time taking pictures at the different locations. The orchid garden walk is just amazing!