The wedding party looked gorgeous. The people on the beach were so lucky to witness a wedding without even being invited to it . Everyone was taking pictures and little kids were just in awe of a bride on the beach looking so beautiful. The bride told me she made all the bridesmaids dresses, the flowers, table arrangements, invitations and favors. Her grandmother did all the food. We went to the luau afterwards and feasted on rice, chicken long rice, kalua pork, macaroni potato salad, chicken lau lau, lomi salmon and poi. There was beautiful Hawaiian music playing in the background. We love the slack guitar and ukulele together. But the finishing touch to the evening was when Grandma danced the hula and then bride danced the hula for her husband. Wow, I will never get over how graceful the hula is!
Friday, January 6, 2012
Such a beautiful day today! The weather was perfect for a wedding on the beach. We are friends with the bride's grandparents and were so fortunate to be asked to attend the wedding. We couldn't hear Bishop because the waves were gently crashing on the shore. He thought that was ok though because he still is quite shy about being the "wedding bishop." The bride and groom were so cute and so happy.