A Handcrafted Wedding

A Handcrafted Wedding

Tammy and Christopher created a lovely wedding dream based on pastels, white and dusty blue. Check out the artisan elements and all the stunning eco-friendly details. Flowers were re-purposed from the wedding arch to the sweetheart table, then donated to a local charity after the event. Bistro lights were used to illuminated the venue after sunset for 4 hours. Everything from tables, chairs, lighting, table settings, napkins, bar set up, wedding arch, and cake table are rented and reused time after time. Touches of elegance were created in the velvet napkins and vintage blue water glasses. Eucalyptus provided the soft hue that beautifully tied everything together.

Venue: Olowalu Plantation House
Photographer: Dmitri and Sandra
Videographer: All Time Media

Japanese Inspired Wedding

Japanese Inspired Wedding

We love the Japanese inspired Wedding at the Olowalu Plantation House created around the zen, silk, and cherry blossom theme. Our couple chose pastels with cherry blossom incorporated in the florals. The wedding ambiance included dark wood accents and water. With our bride, a professional dancer, music, and dance were key elements of the first dance with “The Beauty and the Beast” song. Perfection in detail was as precise as each dance step. The event design must flow and glide from one element to the next and from start to finish.

Venue: Olowalu Plantation House
Photography: Maui Maka Photography