If you’re looking for a private, ocean-front venue with a distinct Hawaiian vibe for your wedding day, then look no further than the Olowalu Plantation House. The house and gardens are immaculately maintained and the plantation house in particular has a beautiful feel of ‘old’ Hawaii. The venue accommodates a bride & groom for their wedding preparation, beachfront ceremony, open air reception and of course some stunning wedding photography. An Olowalu Plantation House wedding is perfect with the backdrop of the ocean, lovely tropical green foilage and vibrant sunsets. Also the majestic West Maui mountains behind the venue makes this one of the most sought after locations on the island for weddings.
We recently photographed Ryan and Jess’s wedding at the Olowalu Plantation House. They had a tropical Hawaiian wedding theme and kept their wedding details simple but stylish. Their guests traveled to Maui from Australia and the USA and each of the guests wore white or cream outfits. The bride looked stunning in a pale silk golden dress and the gold themed wedding at the beachside Olowalu Plantation House was fresh and tropical. The stunning lush bouquets for the bride & bridesmaids, the golden pineapples adorned with tropical greenery, the unique circular wedding ceremony layout and a traditional evening luau all made for a breath-taking and memorable Hawaiian wedding day.
I’ll let you into a little secret, it’s not at all easy to making a selection for these blog posts as there are so many photos we’d love to share with you! Jess and Ryan also opted for a day after photo session which I will feature in a second blog post. For now, here is a selection of images from their perfect Olowalu Plantation House wedding day!
Event Designer : Bliss Maui
Florist : Petals
Catering : Maui Catering Services
Hair & MakeUp : Jessica Jean (Bride)
Officiant : Da Barefoot WarriorDress
DJ : Premier Sound & Lighting Maui
Band : Barefoot Minded Entertainment
Entertainment/Luau : Manutea Nui e