I had the pleasure of photographing my friends wedding last weekend. She looked so beautiful getting ready and even more beautiful when she was ready. There’s nothing like a Maui wedding.
This wonderful couple was married on one of South Maui’s beaches. At Behind The Lens Maui, we shoot small intimate weddings as well as large weddings. If your thinking of planning a Maui wedding, please give us a call to discuss the details. Behind The Lens Maui 808 205-2366
Hawaii’s Internet Marketing Expert decides to tie the knot.. Congratulations to Josh and Ressie Summers on their marriage. The big day was 10.20.10 at a undisclosed Wailea location.
Wedding Traditions of Africa’s Northwest Region Wedding traditions in Africa have some of the oldest customs in the world, as it is the oldest continent on earth. Many of the traditions are of religious, cultural or tribal spirited. In the northwest region of Africa, where you will find such countries as Algeria, Morocco, Niger and Nigeria, you will see the … Read More
Wedding Traditions of Eastern Europe’s Northern Region Wedding traditions in Eastern Europe has so much history to it that a history book on this subject alone can be written. For the countries of Estonia and Lithuania, they may include some of the oddest traditions of them all. Estonia The country of Estonia may in fact have the oddest wedding traditions … Read More
This photo was taken on the beach at Mama’s Fish House. Autumn had her beautiful baby just three days after this photo was taken by Nicole at Behind The Lens Maui. To book your session please call Nicole at :808 205-2366
Wedding Traditions of Eastern Europe’s Western Region Wedding traditions in the western region of Eastern Europe is very simple, but yet done with a sense of history in each of their wedding ceremonies and receptions. For countries such as the Czech Republic and Poland, their history’s go back for hundreds of years and yet their traditions continue, to go along … Read More
The lei custom was introduced to the Hawaiian Islands by early Polynesian voyagers, who took an incredible journey from Tahiti, navigating by the stars in sailing canoes. With these early settlers, the lei tradition in Hawaii was born. Leis were constructed of flowers, leaves, shells, seeds, nuts, feathers, and even bone and teeth of various animals. In Hawaiian tradition, these … Read More