Waialua Hawaii Wedding Videographers – Everlasting Cinema
November 21, 2015

Waialua Hawaii Wedding Videographers

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Waialua Hawaii Wedding Videographers

 

 

 

Ryan and U’ilani had their Oahu beach wedding on the shores of Pu’uiki Park in Waialua, Hawaii.

If what they say about rain on your wedding day being lucky is just something to calm a nervous bride.. Then what they really should say is that it creates a warm, intimate atmosphere in a way only God himself could.

U’ilani looked stunning with her hair in a loose braid and curls to the side. Her wedding dress had a sweetheart neckline and beautiful floral lace detailing. Her bridesmaids were in mix-matched dresses that had a fresh feel when compared to the traditional bridesmaid. They showed sharing your own taste translates beautifully. Ryan was dressed Hawaii chic in a short sleeved white button up and fresh Ti Leaf Lei. Along side him were his Groomsmen that were sporting matching Hawaii style button ups that really tied the whole look together.

The inspiration for this wedding was a classic Hawaiian feel. With a color palate of soft pinks, green, and white, everything came together to show that simplicity is elegant. All the small details matched the couple’s personality to a “T”!

We were all swept away listening to U’ilani sing “All Of Me” by John Legend. It was an intimate moment that all who were there will always remember.

The couple’s laid-back attitudes gave the wedding a unique feel and atmosphere, making everyone feel like family. As Phoenix Wedding Videographers, we were honored to capture Ryan and U’ilani’s special day in Hawaii.

Mahalo!!

 

Check out some of the other vendors who were there!

Appetizers and Cake:  Lalaland Foodtruck

Entertainment:  Gee Yung Lion Club

Musicians:  Andrew Hongo, David Kahaaina, Joe Kalahiki, Grace Kupuka’a, Eric Gilliom, Ernie Cruz, Todd Adamski, Amy Hanaiali’i, Kamuela Kimokeo, and Christopher Erickson.

Photographers:  Ryan Moss and Tina Mahina

Wedding Videographers:  Ryan Mackenzie with everlastingcinema.com

Hair and Makeup:  Amy Kakugawa

 

 

 

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