Seth and Yuna are two super savvy travel bugs so naturally they chose the island of Oahu in Hawaii for their winter nuptials. Lanikuhonua, “Where Heaven Meets the Earth” in Oahu, Hawaii was the backdrop of their magical wedding.
They brought traditions from each of their cultures to the wedding as Yuna is Korean and Seth is Jewish. Dressing in traditional Korean Hanbok attire, they were a lovely sight to behold at their rehearsal dinner. I love Yuna’s sleek-chic ponytail and how the colors of their clothing seem to belong amidst the Hawaiian foliage.
On the wedding day, they opted for traditional Western wedding attire and huge tight bunches of pink and white roses created by Passion Roots (if you are on Instagram, follow them. They are truly magical) on every surface. The groomsmen sporting different colored suits looked super smart and the pretty filmy pink bridesmaids’ dresses were swoon-worthy. And how about that floral crown that Yuna added apres ceremony? Could you die?
With a setting as stunning as Lanikuhonua, a flowing romantic Chuppah, and all those glorious roses you can’t go wrong. Yuna and Seth worked with planner extraordinaire, Shereen at Ever After Events, to make their dreams come to life and she did not miss a beat.
Photographer- Cappy Hotchkiss Photography
Planner- Ever After Events
Location- Lanikuhonua Cultural Institute in Oahu, Hawaii
Dress- Carolina Herrera
Shoes- Manolo Blahnik
Seth’s Suit- Cesar Renuan
Seth’s Shoes- Allen Edmonds
Guys’ Pink Ties and handkerchief- The Tie Bar
Florist- Passion Roots
Ring Bearer Suit- Chong So Yeon
Chuppah/Chandeliers, etc.- Mood Event
Tent/Table/Chair rentals- Island Event Rental
Ottomans, pillows, stage rentals- Event Essentials
Traditional Korean Dress (Hanbok)- Min Sin Hong
Bridesmaids’ Dresses- Amsale
Officiant- Rabbi Melvin Libman