Mami & Joe’s Japanese-Hawaiian wedding at Sunset Ranch in North Shore, Oahu.
What can I say that isn’t clearly obvious- Hawaii is gorgeous. I will post some photos soon from our trip and where we stayed etc. But in the meantime, Sunset Ranch was gorgeous- we had a Hawaiian drizzle that became a Hawaiian downpoar, a double rainbow over the ceremony, and a multicultural event that was absolutely amazing- complete with traditional Hawaiian dances, as well as Japanese dances I had never seen before, incredible food, and the most beautiful view… Apparently North Shore, Oahu is also where the show Lost was filmed.
This wedding also got an incredible feature on Style Me Pretty today, with tons of info from the bride and a HUGE gallery of images, go to Style Me Pretty to see more.
We also got an excellent feature on The Wedding Channel! You can view that here.
Location: Sunset Ranch. Haleiwa, Oahu.
Bridal Gowns: Princess Kaiulani Fashions and John Galliano
Entertainment: Halau Ke Kiai A O Hula
Catering: Gourmet Events Hawaii
wow!! These are so beautiful! And that rainbow during the ceremony–how perfect!
No way?! That rainbow just happened to be there as they got married?? Amazing job you did on this wedding x
those ti leaf skirts are breathtaking. you brought me back to the island…beautiful.
these are magic!! ah, I love Hawaii so much! and the horses!! gorgeous work Mz Noa!
wow…this is just so real, no pretense…totally refreshing.
These are incredible!! I especially love the photos with the horses and drizzling rain. So amazing, and what a stunning bride! Great job yet again!
Oh Oahu, our second home! You’ve done it right. These are so amazing! I love the one of the bride walking with dad from behind. The bridesmaids marching! Oh and that orange kitty popping up! Wonderful work my dear!
Love the animal shots especially!
These are just amazing to stumble across ! I’m the one in the very middle of the bridesmaids march (: Thank you for these. Mami looks absolutely beautiful (as usual lol) but you captured her grace as well. I remember distinctly how light and refreshing the rain felt during the ceremony. How amazing to have these pictures to remember the moment as well.