Tonight’s wedding at the Four Seasons Hualalai was stunning. It rained for a quick minute before the ceremony, but because of it, everyone was rewarded with an even more glowing sunset. Here are a couple from the evening…
They met while traveling in Guatemala, fell in love, she moved to his hometown in Spain to be with him, they were married, made a baby and now live in Hawaii. I’m so happy to have made new friends in them. Kalaii is just the cutest thing and we saw a cow on the side of the road here which he was fascinated with. Hawaii sun kissed us well on our last night in town this trip.
Jimmy + Alessandra came from Spokane, Washington to celebrate in Kailua-Kona at the Kona Beach Bungalows with 50 of their nearest and dearest. Alessandra is as sweet as they come and she was so calm and relaxed throughout the whole day, being able to really enjoy everything. These two make it easy and they thew the most adorable party overlooking the ocean. Annie of Bliss in Bloom did a wonderful job with the gorgeous florals and Kristen makes the best cupcakes on the island, hands down. Congrats you two!!
Hello friends. I’m currently on the Big Island of Hawaii for a couple weddings and although I’m sure you might be on the verge of envy I must admit that sometimes slowing down and being more restful and solo can be very challenging for me. The last few days I’ve been challenging myself to accept and appreciate uncertainty, feeling a little lonely, and extra time that I’m not sure how to fill. Often we are so set in our routines that often consist mostly of work, work, work that when we have the opportunity to rest it feel all too unfamiliar. I’ve been waking just after sun rise here and spending my mornings with long walks along the ocean in earnest thought, and as I sat watching the waves this morning this quote came to mind. Aloha!
This universe is like an ocean in perfect equilibrium. A wave cannot rise in one place, without creating a hollow elsewhere. The sum total of the energy of the universe remains identical from one end to the other. If you take from one place, you must give elsewhere.
Jason and Angelina’s wedding in Puako on the Big Island of Hawaii was absolutely incredible. They fell in love in San Diego and moved their lives to Hawaii last year to see what fun they could find amongst the aloha spirit and boy do they know how to have it. The first e-mail we received from them told us that they wanted to party with us at their wedding and when clients treat us like friends we’re able to do our best work. You might remember their engagement session in one of the best places on earth here and the video of it here . One of the things I like about Angelina the most is how she jumps around when she gets excited, and I’m so happy they chose to add video because that’s something that can’t be as easily captured through still photos. And can we mention that Jason surprised her with a helicopter dropping flowers as they were pronounced husband and wife? He wins best the most thoughtful husband award. So, grab a mimosa, beer, or stiff drink (depending on what time it is near you) and let’s toast to Jason and Angelina!