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Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
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Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
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Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
Photo by: Brandyn
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Marisa & Kaua

Loulu Palms Estate Wedding


Its always a blessing when a good friend asks you to be their wedding photographer on his or her most important day. I’ve known Kaua and his brother since somewhere around grade school where we all grew up playing basketball for most of the same teams all the way throughout our high school years. Kaua and his beautiful fiance Marisa decide to throw their fun-filled wedding at the Loulu Palms Estate on the North Shore of Oahu.  A trend has emerged lately as the last 3-4 weddings I’ve done have all involved a little bit of rain only to clear up right before the ceremony. Whats always fun about photographing weddings where you know the bride and groom is you usually know some of their family and friends as well. I ran into a bunch of my old coaches, friends, and co-workers and just had a great time with great company throughout the day.  Enjoy the images….

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