Highlights of our Maui wedding and elopement photography sessions to showcase what we can do for you and how your Maui elopement photography will look.
Hailing from Jersey, Andrew decided that the wind and snow wasn't going to cut it for his elopement ceremony to Elka. Maui was the place to go so he called us to set it up. We hit it off right away. being a native of N.Y,C. and finding out Andrew was from Jersey I asked him right off: "what exit"? You gotta be from there to get it! Anyway, we set them up at baby Beach in Lahaina town with a relaxing and chill elopement ceremony with photography for a reasonable price. They were thrilled. Elka couldn't believe how beautiful the beach was, the breeze blowing, the warm water lapping at her feet, and even the laughing children, just off camera (or photo shopped out!) who experienced their impromptu elopement ceremony on a beautiful sunny day on Maui. Check out the short video below and see what's possible for your winter romance.
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South of the Wailea resort, a mile or so past Keawala'i church at Makena Landing but just before you curve left on Makena Alanui toward Pu'u Ola'i and Oneloa beach, there's a little right turn that used to be the old Makena road, the route from Wailea to La Perouse before Seibu built the Maui Prince Hotel in 1989 and closed it to through traffic in favor of the bypass mauka of the new hotel. The Maui Prince is gone now, demolished to make room for a newer and more luxurious vacation playground, but the beach access fronting the property still exists. This is Maluaka beach, a relatively long stretch of white sand and blue ocean with a nice grass park and spectacular views of the West Maui Mountains and Kahoolawe to the west and the steep sloping hills of Haleakala toward the east. Parking is easy and the beach is gently used due to its relative invisibility to passing motorists. This is where Corrine and Mark eloped one beautiful afternoon to the sounds of the wind and waves, the smell of salt air, and the warmth of the Maui sun on their shoulders and sand under their feet. Kahu...more