Finally, Maui’d at Last for Lauren and John. Congratulations on tying the knot. Your dreams finally came true! Thank you for trusting me as your Olowalu Wedding Photographer.
Due to covid, Lauren and John waited an extra year to get married. Now, they were Maui’d At Last. Indeed the Olowalu venue was lovely. Of course, the bride and groom were enjoyable to photograph.
First, I photographed Jason, his groomsmen, and his sister at the Hono Kai Resort and Spa. Then I photographed Lauren, her mom, and her grandmother getting ready at Olowalu Plantation. Although Lauren and Jason did not do a first look, Lauren did a first look with her bridesmaids. Uniquely, Jason and Lauren wrote letters to each other and read them before the ceremony.
Indeed, I love being an Olowalu Wedding Photographer because the location is such an intimate setting by the water. It’s incredibly peaceful, and the views of the West Maui Mountains are breathtaking. In detail, the ceremony arch was a pretty twisted grapevine.
After the ceremony, I photographed the couple with their wedding guest. Snapshotting Lauren and Jason during the sunset was fascinating. Of course, I photographed the couple alone. Indeed, you could see their wedding bliss vibes. After all, they were happy to finally be Maui’d At Last.
I adored photographing Lauren and Jason cutting their cake, dancing, and mingling with their guest. Certainly, it is a good feeling when family and friends come together for a celebration. As they danced under Maui’s stars, the guest surrounded them with bubbles. Also, the kids had fun playing with the glow pool noodles.
Congratulations on getting Maui’d At Last. Again, thank you for trusting me to capture your wedding at the Olowalu venue.