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Eint + Hoku's Wedding

natural light wedding photography in Honolulu

Ceremony

With the perfect blend of bohemian and tropical vibes, Eint and Hoku's wedding at Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko'Olina is the cool and casual wedding of our dreams. Their decor was understated but elegant, with neutral linens, orchids adorning ceremony chairs, and bright florals that added hints of color without taking away from the inherent beauty of the outdoor landscape. The bride shined in a lovely lace gown and was barefoot throughout the ceremony.  In keeping with the rest of the floral design, her bouquet by J'Adore Florals of large, vibrant blooms was one of the most stunning we’ve seen! It was one of those summer days where all you want is a Pina Colada poolside. We were nervous that the heat might distract from the excitement of the day, but as the ceremony approached a cool breeze blew through P Point cooling our worries. Eint's parents,  who flew all the way from Southeast Asia to witness their daughter's wedding and Hoku's family, who live locally in Oahu added Aloha spirit to the gathering.  With only 30 guests the bride and groom had plenty of time to mingle with their friends and family. Our favorite photos are those sidelong glances during the ceremony where all the joy and excitement of marrying your best friend is captured in a single instant. As the newlyweds embraced to their first sunset as a married couple, we captured the last few photos under a red glow of light.  

Their wedding was put together by an amazing team of vendors, including: 

Ceremony Venue, food, champagne, cake: Four Seasons Resort @fsoahu

Florals & Arch: J'Adore Florals @jadorefloralhawaii

Hair & Makeup: Face Art Beauty @faceartbeauty

Musician: Harp by Wendy 

Officiant: Reverend Jimbeau Walsh @revjimbeau88

Transportation: TOP Limousine Hawaii 

Videography: Alvea Studios @Alveastudios

Wedding Planning & Styling: Esselle Weddings & Events @esselleweddings

Reception: The Pig and the Lady

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Reception

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