Maui Wedding | Sarah and Connor | Kapalua, HI

Finally, Sarah and Conner had their Maui Wedding. Because of the coronavirus, Sarah and Connor had to postpone their wedding twice. When Maui opened to visitors, Sarah and Connor finally got their Maui dream wedding. For a moment, Sarah and Conner were discouraged. But with my assistance and Your Aloha Wedding, we kept Sarah and Connor in the loop regarding Maui’s mandates. Congratulations from your Maui Wedding Photographer.

On a side note, As a Maui Wedding Photographer, I believe communication is critical for a bride and groom’s smooth transition on their wedding day.

To begin with, Sarah and Connor’s Maui Wedding was set for 9:30 am. The venue was a private event at Merriman’s for a lovely brunch. And wedding portraits were scheduled for 1 pm. On this day, Maui’s rays of sunshine came in hot. Having little to no shade at Merriman’s venue, Sarah and Conner didn’t mind. Indeed, they were ready for some fun in the sun.

First, wedding preparations started very early. So, I arrived at the couple’s Airbnb around 7 am. Sarah and her bridesmaids got their hair and make-up done around 6 am. While on the balcony, I photographed the stunning Sarah in an elegant, off-the-shoulder, mermaid-fitted wedding gown. Alongside Sarah, we captured her team of bridesmaids. Conner and his groomsmen were prepping on the lower level of their Airbnb. While hyping Conner to kiss his bride, the groomsmen also assisted Conner with his suspenders.

Now, let’s talk about Sarah and Connor’s Maui Wedding ceremony.

As can be seen, the coordinator did a fantastic job with the ceremony setting. Notably, seats faced the ocean. As a result, the guest watched the ceremony and enjoyed the views. As a bride-to-be, Sarah looked magnificent walking down the aisle. With attention to their lei’s, Sarah was leid with white flowers, and Connor was leid with a maile lei. After the exchange of rings, vows, and kisses, it was photo time.

Being their Maui Photographer, I enjoyed every bit of excitement of Sarah, Connor, and their guests.

As a Maui Wedding Photographer, some of the best portraits are on clear days. During their wedding portraits, Sarah and Conner were amazingly tolerant of Maui’s sunshine. Sarah and Conner looked striking by the ocean’s backdrop. Following their wedding portraits, the couple and their guest enjoyed their private time away from crowds for brunch. Later, with their guest, Sarah and Connor continued to celebrate at an evening luau.

Again, Congratulations to Sarah and Conner on your wedding. By all means, I appreciate your patience. Because wedding couples like yourself make my job as a Maui Wedding Photographer delightful.


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