Poipu Beach Wedding

I love when someone close to the bride and groom, like a friend or a family member preforms the ceremony. It becomes personal, usually with laughs and tears as the family member shares stories about the couple. Liane and Kevin were married by her brother. The ceremony included quotes from their favorite sitcoms or movies that were words of advice about love.
This couple shared their vows on beautiful Keoneloa Bay in Poipu among those that loved them. In the words of Ted Mosby, “But love doesn’t make sense. You can’t logic your way into or out of it. Love is totally nonsensical. But we have to keep doing it, or else we’re lost and love is dead and humanity should just pack it in. Because love is the best thing we do.”

Ke’e Beach Kauai Wedding

Another beautiful north shore Kauai wedding that I have to share.  Love, Love, Love the sunsets here at this time of the year.  Ke’e Beach is a special location.  Views of the Na Pali Coast, this beach will give you sunset all year long.  🙂







North Shore Beach Wedding

There is something amazing about the north shore of Kauai.  The mountains and the ocean.  It is just magical.  And it is an amazing location for a wedding….  Here are a few photos from Karalee and Kevin’s wedding out at Tunnels Beach.  Sunset shots were taken out at Ke’e beach.












Ke’e Beach Wedding

Sarah and Bryan were married at beautiful Ke’e beach.  There is something about this location that I just loved.  It is at the very end of the road on the north shore and Ke’e beach will give you sunset into the water all year long.  It is also the trailhead of the Kalalau trail.  The 11 mile hike runs along the Na Pali Coast from Ke’e beach to Kalalau Beach.  Most just hike the two miles to the first beach, Hanakapiai and then another 2 miles along the river to the Hanakapiai falls.  What a truly amazing place.

Sarah and Bryan chose this location for their ceremony because they loved the view of the Na Pali Coast that Ke’e beach affords.  It is breathtaking.  🙂