Rehanna and Colby’s tropical Maui wedding took place at one of our favorite Maui wedding venues, the Olowalu Plantation House. Their beautiful day was full of fun tropical wedding details which included vintage Hawaiian postcards, gorgeous floral decor and bridal bouquet featuring King Protea accents, and of course no tropical Maui wedding would be complete without a few strategically placed pineapples included into the decor!

We love this description of what the couple envisioned for their big day. After reading the thoughts below from the bride, then scrolling through their incredible wedding images captured by Naomi Levit Photography, we think you’ll agree that their day turned out exactly as they dreamed it would. From the bride:

Colby and I never imagined having a large wedding. We both wanted to have a simple, intimate, symbolic ceremony that didn’t feel stiff or awkward like so many other weddings we have been to. We chose to write our own vows and incorporate a few Hawaiian traditions. We envisioned celebrating with an amazing al fresco diner with great music and speeches followed by a delicious dessert.

We love Oahu but wanted a location that was a bit more relaxed and something we could experience for the first time together. After finding the Olowalu Plantation House, Maui seemed like the right fit for us and what we envisioned

Mahalo to Rehanna and Colby, for choosing Makena Weddings as your Maui Wedding Planner! We hope to see you both back in Maui someday soon!!

Maui Wedding Planner: Makena Weddings

Maui Wedding Photographer: Naomi Levit Photography

Maui Wedding Minister: Reverend Al Terry

Ceremony Musician: Marvin Tevaga Music

Bride’s Hair and Makeup: Meili Autumn Beauty

Bridal Gown: Laudae

Floral Decor: Floral Designs Maui

Wedding Cake: Maui Wedding Cakes

Rentals: Island Event Rentals Maui

Catering: Cafe O’Lei Restaurants

Mobile Bar Service: Maui Bars Are Us

Signage: Makena Weddings