Melissa called me from Muncie Indiana, less than a month ago, inquiring about our Basic Maui Beach Wedding Package, and asked if we had an opening on 4/7/07, at sunset. She said she and her fiance Shaun were staying at the Hyatt Regancy in Kaanapali and wondered if there was a location we could recommend close to their accommodations. I sent her photos of Kapalua Bay, and the rest is history. Last Saturday evening at approximately 6:30 pm Hawaiian Minister Cleighton Eaton, pronounced Melissa and Shaun Smith, husband and wife, as one of our talented photographers, Alex Ignath captured the moment. Melissa’s Bouquet, consisted of Dark and Light Purple Flowers, accented with Dark Blues. Shaun wore a Ti Leaf Lei, and Melissa a Soft white Tuberose Lei. Rev Eaton began the ceremony, with the sounding of the Conch Shell, followed by the Ole’ Aloha Chant. It was the perfect evening, everything a Bride and Groom could have imagined and more. The out stretched arms of Kapalua Bay, are waiting and hoping for another perfect evening, for another loving couple to look into each others eyes and say, I do. We would love to help you plan your special day, so aloha and mahalo, Melissa and Shaun from your friends at Maui’d Forever.
» Archive for April, 2007
Ask most any Maui Wedding professional what their favorite ceremony time is and the answer will be morning. Agnes & Peter became husband and wife at approximately 9:20 am Saturday morning March 31, 2007. Agnes had arranged through us to have her Hair & Make Up done in her room earlier that morning, and looked breathtaking beautiful as she stepped from the car, driven by her fiance Peter. The wind was calm, the colors of the water and sky were incredible, and the crashing waves of a south swell added dramatically to both video and photos. Although I’ve witnessed hundreds on hundreds of wedding, I never take for granted where we live, what we do, and how lucky we are to be involved in such a wonderful business, which brings so much joy and happiness to so many of our Maui’d Forever couples. By the way,if your asking, my favorite ceremony time, it’s morning, you’ll love it.
Aloha & Mahalo