Mai & Nicky’s Lanikuhonua wedding reminded me of our wedding there last year — outdoor, intimate, and sans tent. Of course, Lanikuhonua is such a blank slate that it can look different every time.
One of their guests was a sommelier who gave everyone an introduction to the wine selection for the evening. I just snapped away while I reminisced of a recent trip to Napa.
Looking back on these images, I really love the classic look of this wedding. Thanks to Sandra and Mal at Finishing Touch Hawaii for producing such a great event!
If you’re planning your Lanikuhonua wedding, I’d love to hear about it. There’s just so many things you can do at this place.
Here are some of the images from the ceremony to thru the reception, in no particular order.
Also, if you haven’t already done so, you can see some photos taken earlier in the day of the wedding party at Moana Surfrider.
I love the lighting in the trees. Loretta and I chose to do something similar for our wedding, and we were so glad that we did.
Guests are entertained by the cake-cutting ceremony.
Cake by Cake Works.
Most of their guests traveled from Japan to celebrate their wedding at Lanikuhonua Phase II.
Just about everyone capture the details of this event.
Catering by Poke Stop.
Beautiful stationery by Bradley & Lily Fine Stationery.
Flowers by Flowergirls Hawaii.
Mr. Instant Photo. I should have asked him to take a picture of me, too.
Some friends took a hula lesson earlier that morning and surprised them with an exceptional execution of what they learned.
I loved their simple photo booth.
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