A lavish affair for 200 guests started at a morning ceremony at Central Union Sanctuary in Honolulu and ended at Lanikuhonua, known as the place where Heaven meets Earth. Guests flew in from Hong Kong and England to witness this extravagant event. The weather did not disappoint as it was a stunning November day for an outdoor wedding reception. Not a single detail was overlooked by our design team, and, thanks to Finishing Touch, the wedding was a huge success!
The bride elegantly took her walk down the 80 foot aisle that was lushly lined with hundreds of soft white hydrangea accented with cymbidium orchids and roses. Cascading phalaenopsis orchids hung gently from the pews.
This stunning altar piece was seven feet wide and cascaded four feet to the floor.
Hanging lanterns embellished with flowers greeted guests at Lanikuhonua.
Guests spent an hour by the ocean sipping cocktails before heading to the dining tent.
Bradley and Lily created this elegant dining map so guests could easily find their table.
So guests wouldn't enter the dining tent early, a temporary fabric wall was hung just behind the grand entrance.
The bride created her own seven foot wedding cake!
Ivory lace overlays gave the tables a soft and feminine touch.
The bride and groom named each table after a local surf spot.
Guests dined under four foot centerpieces that dripped phalaenopsis and cymbidium orchids.
The sweet fragrance of tuberose filled the tent.
Photography ~ Sieber Studio
Wedding Planning ~ Finishing Touch
Wedding design ~ Yvonne Design
Fabric, furniture, lighting ~ Mood Event
Stationery ~ Bradley and Lily