Last Updated on March 8, 2019 by Karma Hill
Heather and David brought their three sons to join them for their Oahu Beach Wedding. There was such an intimate feeling present at Paradise Cove as the couple became husband and wife, strengthening their bond not only with each other but also with their children. It was incredibly touching how they included their boys by presenting each of them with a kiss and ti leaf rope lei during the ceremony. These brothers are seriously so cute, especially with those sweet suspenders and bow ties! Details like this make such a powerful impact without stealing the show. Keeping this in mind when coordinating your outfits with your wedding party will help create the wedding photos you will love! Well done Heather and David!
The bride’s beautiful Tropical Elegance Bouquet was perfect for this Oahu Beach Wedding! She looked gorgeous with an all-white floral crown to top off her wedding attire. We absolutely love her elegant gown! The lace top, beaded belt, and layered tulle skirt accentuated Heather’s natural beauty in a truly stunning way! How adorable is their littlest one peaking out from behind his mom’s dress?! The groom rocked a tan suit with a white button up and no tie. We give this look two thumbs up! Classy and casual is the perfect combination for an Oahu Beach Wedding. After the ceremony, and getting some sweet photos with their kids, the newlyweds spent a few moments alone for a few romantic beach shots before the sun went down. Thank you, Heather and David, for choosing Karma Hill Photography to capture the joy of this special day! We wish you and your family all the happiness in the world. Congratulations and Warm Aloha!
Oahu Wedding Package & Coordination: Simple Oahu Wedding
Oahu Wedding Photographer: Pinky of Karma Hill Photography
Officiant: Pastor John Fuchigami
Floral: Sweet Blossoms Hawaii
Hair and Makeup: Beauty Spa Hawaii
Oahu Wedding Location: Paradise Cove Beach
Time of Day: Evening
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