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  • Writer's pictureRachel Crane

Regan & Sergiys intimate & romantic Elopement Ceremony on a beach in Hawaii...

Did you know you can still have your dream Hawaii Elopement without legally getting married in Hawaii?

A lot of my couples choose to get legally married, either before or after their Hawaii trip, back home. Either at the courthouse or with an Officiant. That is up to you. Maybe you still envision having an intimate Ceremony surrounded by the beauty of Hawaii. This is totally possible & a wonderful stress free way to celebrate. I will pick up the permit for the ceremony. You get to decide what elements you want to include to your ceremony. You decide if you want it to be just you & your love. Creating your ceremony exactly how you want it to be. Or would you like your ceremony officiated. You get to decide if you want family there with you or a few friends. Beach permits in Hawaii are for up to 30 people max. (Vendors included). Now back to my beautiful couple...

Regan and Sergiy decided to break tradition by choosing an intimate elopement instead of having a big celebration. The chose to turn their Kauai Trip into a heartfelt Elopement ceremony & a Honeymoon all in one. Their decision proved to be well worth it as their private ceremony at a remote North Shore Beach on Kauai was nothing short of magical! Although officially married after signing documents at a court house back home several days earlier, Regan and Sergiy exchanged vows & rings together on that misty morning surrounded by nothing but waves crashing against the shore & ancient volcanic mountains in the background!

Regan and Sergiy will never forget that special day on Kauai when they said “I do” to each other. It was one of those unforgettable moments. Intimate, romantic, stress free & so beautiful. It was easy to see how much love they share for each other—and how special their private elopement truly was!

Thank you so much Regan & Sergiy for having me along to document your ceremony. These are the moments that I love photographing so much. What an honor it is.

Rachel Crane Photography

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