As is typical of repeat Maui visitors, Megan and Ben along with their ohana were full of Aloha and warm wishes at their wedding ceremony overlooking beautiful Napili Bay. Generally, when we are on the west side of Maui we typically plan our Maui Weddings at Kapalua Bay, which is just a parking lot away but since Megan and Ben had this killer vacation rental overlooking Napili Bay and since the management of this laid back resort were so kind, we performed their wedding ceremony on a grassy knoll overlooking the beach. We had the Rev. Diana George perform the ceremony and Maui Wedding Photography was handled by Joe D'Alessandro. Here's what Megan had to say about her maui wedding photography the other day:
"They all look so beautiful. Thank you so much for rushing to get them back to us! :)
Everyone will love to see them at our reception this month. Thanks again!!
-Megan and Ben"
That's right, we even rushed the images out to Megan and Ben because they were having a reception back home and wanted to show off their Maui wedding to friends and family! No charge for the rush. Marry Me Maui has plenty of reasonably priced Maui Wedding Packages to choose from, each comes with professional planning and most come with our in house photography and co-owner Joe D'Alessandro. All the images on our Maui Wedding Planners website were shot by Joe and if you like them that's what you'll get for your wedding!
Mahalo Megan and Ben!
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