London to Hawaii - A Stunning Morning Wedding in Maui August 12, 2017 11:39
There is something very special about a morning wedding in Hawaii. Everything is still warming up for the day, the ocean is calm after the long gentle evening and the shady sand is still cold on the toes. It was to be the perfect time for Darshika and Sandeep to exchange their Vows.
Flying in from London, England and never having been to Hawaii before Darshika didn't know what to expect of where to start. Then she contacted us. Once learning of their plans in Hawaii and what they wanted for their big day they decided on our South Maui at Makena Cove.
Since the ceremony was due to start at 9:30 am, Darshika was in for an early morning to allow time for our In-Room Hair and Makeup. However, still being on UK time this wasn't a problem and everything went better than expected. The couple arrived on time to the sound of Rev. Carrll blowing of the Conch Shell.
The ceremony was beautiful and our Photographer really captured the fun and love between them!
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