The couple was surrounded by close family for this intimate white wedding.
The ceremony had an intimate setting, with a handful of white garden chairs focused around the altar. Pew ends on each row were small collections of pastel flowers in an antique vase tied to the chairs. The couple had a makeshift altar with white draping since it was outside on the lawn. For this intimate white wedding reception, one long king’s table sat all guests. The white linens with the pastel floral arrangements and antique tealight votives made for the perfect intimate white wedding.
How he proposed: We decided to head up to Emerald Lake to spend the night. After checking into Emerald Lake Lodge, we decided to hike around the lake despite the wet snowy weather. We opted not to rent snowshoes for the hike, thinking the trail was not going to be that bad. (We were very wrong!) After 4 hours of hiking, the weather had cleared up and we finally made it around the lake alive! When I came out from a shower, Anthony had started a nice fire in the fireplace. He secretly hidden the ring box on the bed for me to find. He expected me to find the box but I wasn’t expecting a proposal, so I wasn’t looking for anything out of the ordinary. I didn’t even notice that he was nervously watching me. Then he got down on one knee and asked me to marry him. I immediately started crying and threw my arms around him and of course I said “Yes!”
From the photographer: We really lucked out with one of the most beautiful sunsets I have ever witnessed. Before the sun set, the sky and ocean shimmered soft pink and blue pastel tones which perfectly complimented the look of their wedding day! As the sun began to set, and afterward, the sky lit up into a vibrant magenta followed by deepening blue twilight tones. The colors took my breath away.
Photographer: Joanna Tano Photography//Hair Stylist: Beauty By Trisha//Floral Designer: Dellables Wedding Design & Florals//Caterer: Food For The Soul Catering//Officiant: Pia Aluli//Reception Venue: Olowalu Plantation House