You might already be familiar with the dynamic duo — Cece + Caleb, as they are the photographers behind Zephyr Image and we recently shared their awe-inspiring home tour! Well, they’re at it again, this time with one gorgeously styled elopement in Hawaii! As residents of the Big Island, they’re familiar with all the different elements the island has to offer and really wanted to highlight how to do it!
Cece shares Caleb and I wanted to style an elopement shoot that is different from most elopements you see here in Hawaii. We wanted to showcase all of the different options that both local and destination brides can look forward to! With that said we decided to style a gypsy-inspired boho-glam elopement in our Hawaiian desert, which sits right below Mauna Kea mountain. Because our location was the desert, we pulled inspiration from Joshua Tree and left hints of tropical flair all around.
Hawaii is calling, let’s go!!
We collaborated with local companies and brands to give our bride that edgy Stevie Nicks-inspired look we were going for — this dress is from XIX Palms.
The bride’s exquisite gems are by Malleo Designs.
Monstera leaves + greenery galore, they topped off this tablescape with accents of peachy pink (himalayan salt), turquoise glassware, and golden candlesticks.
Turquoise is ALWAYS a fun accent + good pop of color to add!
Blue Kai Designs dressed the entire scene up with all the gorgeous greenery + florals.
Grace Makeup Artistry kept the bride looking effortlessly beautiful throughout the day. We’re all for a subtle smoky eye + rosy lip!
So, would you elope in Hawaii? What kind of elements would you tie into the big day?
A huge thank you to Cece + Caleb, and the rest of the team behind this shoot!
photography: Zephyr Image // florals: Blue Kai Designs // wedding dress: XIX Palms // bride's ring: Malleo Designs // hair stylist: Grace Makeup Artistry // makeup artist: Grace Makeup Artistry // groom attire: H&M // groom's shoes: Urban Outfitters // groom's ring: Malleo Designs // models: Cherokee Star Luker and Keoni Thompson