Caroline and Rich's Olowalu destination wedding was equally romantic as is was free spirited. The couple was wed at the beautiful Olowalu Plantation House along Maui's western shore. The grounds of the property are filled with lush greenery and a beautiful lawn that transitions directly into a private beach. One of the most unique things about this venue its a long pier of speckled black and white rocks that juts out into the middle of the ocean. It makes the most amazing backdrop for couple portraits!
The bridal party held the sweetest bouquets of beautiful peonies crafted by Teresa Sena Designs. The bride chose a soft floral color pallet of creams and light pinks, which allowed the natural greenery of the wedding venue to shine through.
Caroline made an incredibly radiant bride, wearing a deep v spaghetti strap gown with a long, cathedral veil draped over her loose curls. It was the perfect look for a warm, beach wedding.
As always, West Coast wedding photographer Chris J Evans captured the most incredible photos of Caroline's veil during the couple's portraits.
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