Hidden between the great views of Maui's Pali Coastline and Historic Lahaina Town lies the black and white pebble beach of Olowalu. The charming Olowalu Plantation House rests on a large beach-front private estate. It was originally built in 1922 for the manager of the property's nineteenth century sugar mill. The sugar mill was dismantled in 1933, but the ruins are still visible from the quaint plantation house. 

When Katrina and Louie planned their Hawaiian destination wedding, it was clear that a beach-front ceremony at Olowalu was their dream location. Together with their dearest friends and family members, the couple exchanged vows under warm sunshine and swaying palms.

The entire wedding reception was hosted just feet away from the calm West Maui waters. Guests enjoyed tropical cocktails and pupus  as the sun set over the Pacific.