Katrina and Richard had a very intimate wedding this past weekend in Kahala. Twenty-seven guests attended the Catholic ceremony at Star of the Sea Church and then proceeded to The Kahala Resort for an evening that promised impressive entertainment, luxurious decor, and an extravagant dining experience. Katrina and Richard wanted a neutral color scheme so we worked with antique gold, champagne, and pewter to create a sophisticated and cozy atmosphere, and incorporated elegant white and ivory flowers with just a touch of champagne and green. Here is just a glimpse of this beautiful event.....more photos to come soon!
Creamy white roses and hydrangea, fragrant gardenias, and soft phalaenopsis orchids cascaded down the alter table and created a stunning backdrop to the bride and groom.
Luxurious antique gold dupioni silk transformed the Waialae Room into a rich and romantic dining room. The photo below shows this space without the fabric.
A textured champagne damask with a champagne organza overlay dressed each table. Marbled champagne show plates were placed on pewter show plates to give more dimension to the table.
The lounge area consisted of cream oversized chairs and ottomans with espresso brown tables. The photo below shows the space before we transformed it.
Reiko and Jason's wedding at the JW Marriott Ihilani was pure elegance and sophistication. Classic flowers were designed with a modern approach to create arrangements that made a statement, while warm amber uplighting created a romantic atmosphere.
The lovely bride and groom
The ceremony chuppah consisted of layers of soft sheer ivory fabric.
The centerpieces were inspired by Jeff Leatham , who is known for his architectural, simplistic designs.
Through the use of light, calla lilies were projected onto the dance floor.
The Bride and Groom's table
What an impressive cake! One of my favorites created by Cake Lava.
The final surprise at the end of the night!
Thank you Sandra, ofFinishing Touch, for orchestrating another beautiful wedding!