Why have a destination wedding on Maui? Well because these two love birds live over 10,000 miles apart! They’ve kept their relationship through the internet. Isn’t that amazing! She’s been in Australia and he’s living in Boston. The emotion of this tiny maui beach wedding was thick. You could literally feel how much they cared for each other. These are the moments that keep driving me. I can capture these beautiful emotions for them forever. They originally were married in a traditional Indian Wedding but something happened with the paper work and it wasn’t finalized. So just the two of them came to Maui to spend a magical moment together on the beach at sunset. We chose Ulua beach because the trade winds were in full force and it gave us some reprieve from the elements. After the ceremony they changed clothes and we ran to the other side of the beach to capture some more images with the amazing sunset Hawaii supplied for them. It truly was beautiful. Thank you two so much for letting me be apart of your magical Maui moment.
Sunset Beach Wedding
Location: Ulua Beach, Maui, Hawaii
Photographer: Brandon Vincent Photography
I am a photographer living on the beautiful island of Maui, Hawaii. There is no better place on the planet. Hundreds of people a day come to Maui to spend a week with their families. It’s the perfect time to get photos done to capture memories that will least a lifetime. I know because my wife and I were married here in 2012 and spent the next 3 years figuring our how to get back. Not everyone will be able to make such a drastic life change, so why not capture it with high quality digital images. Maui Family Portraits, Honeymoons, Couples, Friends, Seniors or any other reason is a good reason to hire a professional photographer in Hawaii. Don’t let your pictures sit on your phone until you drop it and lose them forever. Just like your family, quality matters. Technology only gets better, so you should have your images done with the latest and highest quality products available at the time. Cherish the memories, hang the photos. Mahalo!