A Family Event - Jeanette & Ryan Elope on The Big Island January 24, 2017 12:22
We were contacted by Jeanette and Ryan who wanted to plan a simple but romantic elopement on Hawaii's Big Island. Given about 4 weeks to plan this was ample time for us to create a beautiful event they will remember forever.
Kukio Beach was selected as the location for their ceremony with our Just The Two Of Us Elopement Package. The Wedding started about 1 hour before Sunset to capture both the beautiful light before the Sunset and the Sunset itself. Jeanette had enjoyed our In-Room Hair and Makeup before making her way to the beach.
The couple were joined by their two Children who also celebrated with two Traditional Leis while Rev. Patrick Thompson performed his usual touching ceremony.
It was a truly memorable event for everyone involved. We wish both Jeanette and Ryan our Congratulations and warmest Aloha for your future lives together. Please enjoy some of the pictures from their event below.
Written By: Will Binns / Pictures By: Shugyofoto
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