Jessica & Michael's Big Island Wedding with some Unexpected Guests! August 11, 2017 23:51
We had the pleasure of planning and coordinating everything for Jessica and Michael who traveled from Oregon, along with a small number of Family and Friends to Hawaii's Big Island to say "I do".
Kukio Beach is located on The Big Islands Kohala Coast, just North of the town of Kailua-Kona. It's a beautiful sandy beach location that offers Sunsets year round, along with the chance to see a Hawaii Green Sea Turtle.
Jessica and Michael chose this location for their Hawaii Wedding. They selected our Just The Two Of Us Elopement Package and added the option for extra guests. They also decided that they couldn't say "I Do" on the beach without one of our delicious and beautiful Wedding Cake!
Rev. Patrick began the ceremony as the Sun was slowly descending towards the waterline. It made for some magical memories and great pictures captured by our Photographer!
Did we mention Green Sea Turtles?
Jessica and Michael got the surprise of their lives when a few unexpected guests showed up!
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