There is something so romantic about a wedding built for two. Just you and your love, a few witnesses and in this case, a gorgeous pineapple field backdrop. It has all the makings for a breath-taking Hawaiian elopement and Wendy Laurel’s photographs capture the magic beautifully – from first kiss to the first sunset walk as husband and wife. See it all here!
From Wendy of Wendy Laurel… Sylvie and Nathaniel are both architects from Canada who wanted a simple elopement in Hawaii but didn’t want a typical beach wedding. They saw some photographs on my blog taken in the old pineapple fields behind my house and decided they wanted a wedding there. They had a live webcast filmed during the ceremony so that their friends and family could be “there” with them. We just walked out into the fields and found a nice spot. I’m pretty sure they are the only people ever to get married there. We headed down to Canoe Beach for some more shots after the wedding and saw a rainbow on the way. I pulled over, and they jumped out for a quick rainbow shot.
Wedding Photography: Wendy Laurel / Wedding Location: Maui, Hawaii / Silk Bouquet: Morgann Hill of Morgann Hill Designs / Wedding Dress: Casablanca Bridal / Bride’s Shoes: Spring / Groom’s Suite: Indochino / Groom’s Shoes: Red Wing Shoes / Rings: Custom-Made with The Bride’s Grandmother’s Diamonds / Wedding Filming + Webcasting: Stephan + Chris of Live Maui Webcasts / Officiant: Valentine “Tino” Rosete