A Simple Outdoor Wedding in Haleiwa, HI

Julia and Ed jetted off to Hawaii for a destination wedding with family and friends. The celebration employed many tropical, destination-worthy aspect

Julia and Ed jetted off to Hawaii for a destination wedding with family and friends. The celebration employed many tropical, destination-worthy aspects, including traditional tea leaf leis, eucalyptus leaf garlands, and a fresh color palette of white and sage.

The floral arrangements at the wedding had a very tropical feel mixed with classic peonies and roses.
Ed paired his heathered, gray tie and dark suit with a simple white and green boutonniere.
A large, peaked tent sat atop a long table where guests dined during the reception.
Julia wore this 1920s, art deco-inspired Jenny Packham dress down the aisle.
This young relative of the bride and groom carried the rings down the aisle in a gourd and accessorized with a traditional Hawaiian tea leaf lei.
Guests were treated to acoustic, string music during the ceremony processional and recessional.
The couple's first dance as newlyweds took place on a wooden dance floor beneath their reception tent.
The couple's table settings were simple, apart from the metallic, silver chargers.
For a bohemian look, Julia laced flowers between strands of her hair in her low updo.
The couple's cake was a traditional white, round confection that was decorated with tropical garlands of eucalyptus.