Amazing! Be sure to click this image for the enlargement! The details are exquisite.
Dellables prepared this beautiful bouquet for one of the Today's Lucky Brides. I hate to say it, but I say it with pride, that the young woman had tears of happiness when she put her hands around the ribbon wrapped masterpiece.
It does a heart good!
(repost from Today's Lucky Bride)
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Here, Ian Shepard, one of their best, captures that 1940's From Here to Eternity look in a way that Hollywood could only aspire to!
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The couple, from Italia, and exchanging vows on the beach in Kapalua, Maui under the fine orchestration of A Paradise Dream Wedding
Our weather today is classic Maui perfection, so, the pictures as well as the experience should make Today's Lucky Bride very happy as well!
Today's Lucky Bride had only her groom, a minister and a musician to share the beautiful Sugarman Estate out at the end of the road in Makena.
As usual, the weather was pristine on Maui's southern shore. The turtles were frolicking without any interference from those pesky oversized mammals the whales. There were even a scattering of humans out and about enjoying the colorful reef and refreshing waters.
Olowalu Plantation House, situated oceanside on about 3 acres of manicured lawn is a very popular place to get married.
The site fee is near the high end, but the location is absolutely worth every C-Note.
As such, the vendors, I find, do their best work here. The weather is famously fab, the breezes cooling and the view, AH THE VIEW can catch the breath of even an old seasoned Kama'aina like myself.
A Paradise Dream Wedding put on this fine event, and their great photo guy, Ian Shepard, was there to capture the moment.
Life is good on Maui!
Today's Lucky Bride had requested Tulips of pink and white.
We managed to import these direct from, yes you guessed it, Holland, via a very swift Fedex jet. After meeting the plane at the ramp, we whisked the valuable flowers off in our refrigerated van and back to the studios at Dellables.
In this picture the wind was trying to peel them open, so I had to take a quick shot and sequester them immediately.
The Bride's Mom was crying when she saw them, as she was Dutch herself and had not seen such high quality Tulips since she was a small child out in the farm district.
It was indeed a happy time all around!