Our coconut palm tree wedding is tucked away on a hillside located in Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii. This private location eludes a manicured tropical ambiance. Congratulations to Monica and Theo who chose a tropical themed wedding amongst 250 coconut palm trees with unique personal details that set their wedding apart from all others! Thank you to our gracious Maui wedding vendors: Paradise Event Rentals, Celebrations Catering by Bev Gannon, Perfect Pour Maui, Miss B Calligraphy, Pamela Parasols, Hula Girl Cigars, Maui Maka Photography, Executive Transportation, Clarity Entertainment, Maui Wedding Flowers, David Wolfe, Dakine Drupes, Ululani’s Shave Ice, Hawaiian Style Rentals, Maui Grown Coffee, and Pier 1 Imports.
Alii Kula Lavender Farm Elopement
Our Alii Kula Lavender Farm elopement plan is truly the most mystical and romantic upcountry Maui wedding setting on the island. It was the perfect Maui wedding setting with stunning photography by Aubrey Hord and officiated beautifully by Ernest Puaa. The morning lighting was dramatic and as perfect as can be for this beautiful couple.
Alii Kula Lavender Farm was created by Agricultural Artist and Horticultural Master, Ali’i Chang. It’s dramatic 13.5-acre farm resides at an elevation of roughly 4000 ft. and is home to approximately 55,000 lavender plants and 45 different varieties of lavender. The farm offers so many photo opportunities with backdrops of the natural olive trees, hydrangea, protea, succulents and an exceptional variety of other plants. It’s rolling lavender fields and stunning, world-class, bi-coastal views are magnificent and unforgettable backdrops for special celebrations and gatherings.
The mystical Alii Kula Lavender Farm’s romantic setting is the perfect location for special Maui wedding elopements!
Best Maui Wedding Day Ever
It was the best day ever and most perfect of all weddings! A poised and elegant bride in a white princess dress. An oceanfront grassy knoll with the ocean and island backdrop. Fireworks in the darkened night and starry sky. The couple who are so in love that you could feel their energy when you got close. Family, friends, nieces, nephews, shy flower girls who hesitated before dropping a petal on the aisle, graceful junior bridesmaids, and truest of all friends maid of honor. There was laughter, tears and joyful prancing and dancing.
You were on the dance floor whether you knew the song or not, no matter how young or how old. And the bride, she danced the first slow dance with her partner for life. Then, she danced throughout the night – without stopping.
I, the hermit, danced the night away, under the starry wedding sky. It was the best feeling ever and the cure for whatever is ailing you.
Best Maui Wedding Day, ever!