On This Day We Two Shall Wed…
On May 16th, 2014 we celebrated the marriage of Erin and Mark
As soon as we saw the color palette, we knew that Erin and Mark’s wedding was going to be both elegant and fun. Every last detail is Pinterest-worthy, from the flowers and calligraphy to the lanterns and lounge furniture. Yet, above all the pretty details, this was a celebration of love that we feel so honored to have been a part of. Special thanks to Ken Kato Imagery for the gorgeous photos!
The couple flew in a family friend who was a minister to perform the ceremony. It was truly a heartwarming experience to hear him describe the couple as he knew them on a personal level. It became a much more intimate ceremony in that way.
Having couches, ottomans, coffee table, candles and lanterns gave a very warm and inviting feeling. People could dance their hearts out (which they did) or they could hangout comfortably and enjoy their surroundings.
A favorite moment would be when Mark’s Mom preformed a hula dance for the happy couple and their guests. She owned her own dance studio where she taught Polynesian dancing and even Mark used to dance with her.
Salad: Spinach and kula greens, strawberry, hearts of palm, feta, walnuts, poppy seed dressing
Entrée: Duo entrée of macadamia nut crusted fresh catch with citrus glaze and Asian style braised short ribs with Molokai purple potato puree and carrots
Dessert: Specialty cookies were flown in by the couple from Gunther’s in California. Guests also enjoyed a gourmet coffee bar.
You knew it was going to be a good time the minute the gobos (the lightsaber looking wands) were turned on. The dance floor was never empty thanks to the tunes provided by Adrian from Maui Beats.
Congratulations Erin and Mark from all of us here at Sugar Beach Events. What a beautiful way to begin your marriage!
Thanks again to Ken Kato Imagery for sharing the gorgeous images!