Maggie and Jessica had a lovely and intimate family beach wedding. The couple was married on an early fall morning this past October at Kikaua Point Park. Maggie and Jessica were so lucky to have their family and friends fly over to the Big Island of Hawaii to celebrate their marriage with them here on our beautiful Kikaua Point Beach. This couple had almost twenty guests at their wedding, which is the maximum allowed at Kikaua Point (vendors included).
Maggie and Jessica arrived before their guests to capture some beautiful couples photos. At this time of the day, the tidepool was still empty - perfect for gorgeous and romantic couples shots.
I held Maggie and Jessica's wedding on the Kikaua Point lawn, as they decided not to include sand blending in their ceremony. The lawn is one of the most unique and breathtaking features of the park, as it overlooks the ocean and is covered by shading trees, which is just perfect for the rising Hawaiian sun.
Maggie and Jessica shared intimate vows and were pronounced partners in life in front of all of their friends and family.
After their ceremony, they all gathered for some serious and some really fun family shots.
Here at Kona Wedding Officiant, we have a page dedicated to our beautiful recommended Big Island Beach Locations. These spots are tried and true for your big day here in Hawaii. Although we can obtain a permit for many locations, these are the ones that we recommend above all else due to their intimacy, beauty, and character. So, check them out - and please, ask any questions you have! It is our pleasure to help you plan your best day ever here in Hawaii.
Kona Wedding Officiant plans intimate beach weddings along the Kona Coast at many beautiful beach locations. To learn more about planning your perfect wedding day in Hawaii, visit http://www.konaweddingofficiant.com
Aloha for now ~ Deanna, Licensed Minister, Kona Wedding Officiant
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Big Mahalo to Gerald Besson Photography for these photos, Maher at the Mana Light for this highlight video, and Uma Ojeda for the wonderful sounds on the ukulele.