Say "Aloha" to this Colorful Sugar Beach Destination Wedding
November 10, 2018
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TropicalSpring Weddings
Consider this wedding your totally free, one-way ticket to paradise! Wendy Laurel worked her magic once again and transported us straight to island time with these beautiful photos. Sugar Beach Events provided the dreamiest backdrop for the most beautiful bride (seriously, how stunning is she!?) and groom to start their lives together. Oh, and if you're a fan of bougainvillea, then allow Maui Palm Tree to make all your floral dreams come true. "Aloha" and welcome to paradise...
Annaliese was the most effortlessly beautiful bride. Her beachy waves, soft makeup and colorful flower crown made for the perfect island look. 
I loved their "how we met" story, that is usually the first thing I ask my couples and one of my favorite ways to get to know them. Cameron walked into a restaurant where he was applying to work for the summer and saw Annaliese across the room light up by a shaft of incoming sunlight. He said he just knew. And of course the rest is history.
They had a tie with Maui through Annaliese's family's history of spending time on Maui and owning property here and decided what better place to celebrate their marriage with family and friends.
As for the wedding, blue is always my favorite wedding color. I loved the bridesmaids' gowns in different hues of blue. I'm all about the mix and match look. They looked gorgeous next to the sea. And the bright bouquets really contrasted beautifully.
Maui Palm Tree did such an amazing job with the floral design. Garlands filled with greenery, bougainvillea and king proteas flanked the banquet tables. The bride and groom couldn't have been more excited to see their tropical wedding dreams come to life!
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