Just a few photos to hold you over till I get caught up on all the editing from the past two weeks. Once I get caught up, I’ll be posting some great shots from each Maui Wedding.
The Beauty of Love….
I had an emergency the other day and had one of my freelance photographers cover this couples ceremony on the West side. Luckily, I was able to catch them after the ceremony at Makena Cove for the after wedding shots. Thank- you for being so wonderful and understanding.
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A beautifully captured Maui beach wedding captured by one of the Freelance photographers for Behind The Lens Maui. Love, Life and Memories caught on film by our Maui Wedding Photographers. If your ready to discuss your Maui Wedding Photography needs please call Nicole to schedule your consultation. 808 205-2366
Lose Weight Fast For Your Wedding Need to lose weight fast for your wedding? After all you just got engaged and what seemed like a glorious moment can quickly change to stress once you realized you have a wedding to plan. You need to set a date, reserve a location, food, music, who to invite and the list goes … Read More
Wedding Cake During the days of the Roman empire, wedding cakes were baked of wheat or barley. At the reception, they were traditionally broken over the head of the new Bride by the Groom as a symbol of her fertility. Guests would then scramble for pieces of the cake, and take them home for good luck. It later became a … Read More
Wedding Traditions of the Middle East; Israel to Lebanon Wedding traditions within the Middle East can vary just as much as their religions and other beliefs. Despite their differences, the one thing they all have in common is the love of their young and the celebrations of marriage. For the countries of Israel, Jordan, Kuwait and Lebanon, these joyous events … Read More
According to various sources, some of the early marriages were literally carried out by the Groom and his “Bridesmen” (or “Bridesknights”) who would kidnap a woman (the origin of “carrying a Bride over the threshold”) from another tribe! The Groom and his fellow conspirators would then fight off the female’s family of tribesmen with swords held in their right hand … Read More
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