Andy and Anna eloped in Oahu Hawaii and it was truly paradise! They had planned a wedding in North Georgia during Covid and when things took an unexpected turn in their wedding planning and opted to travel from Atlanta to Hawaii! Covid numbers were down, making their elopement a possibility. The two included immediate family, under 10 people total including themselves.
Legally married in Hawaii at a secluded beach far from the crowds overlooking the ocean and mountains in the distance made for a surreal wedding day. They choose Moana Surfrider to be their home while visiting Oahu. They opted for a first look in the hotel garden and rode with immediate family to the ceremony location.
Andy and Anna were married on the lava rocks overlooking the ocean while waves crashed the shore and the ocean breeze blew. A tropical bouquet from a local florist added some color to the already beautiful scene that can only be described as paradise!
After the ceremony and the signing of the marriage certificate, Andy and Anna took a few formal family pictures, then went off to have a couples session on the beach. A rogue wave caught Andy by surprise and he took well, picking up his new bride in his arms and embraced his wife with a kiss in the waves.
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Congratulations to Andy and Anna and I hope they will relive these moments in paradise over and over again when looking at their images from one of the most romantic days ever! I hope I get to go back! If you interested in booking an Oahu Hawaii Elopement, I am familiar with all the permitting required and I also where to go for the perfect pictures! Fill out my contact form on my website, https://kimhymesphotography.com/
- kim hymes
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