Oahu Elopement on the Beach

A Styled Elopement in Oahu, Hawaii

 A Styled Elopement in Oahu, Hawaii

If the idea of running off to get married on the sandy shores of Oahu, Hawaii wasn’t romantic enough. Today’s styled shoot is inspired by the famous kiss in the 1953 movie ‘From Here to Eternity’.

Our bride and groom cozied up on the shores of Halona Cove in their formal wear, including a bridal bouquet made from tropical colored blooms by Oahu floral designer Passion Roots. Our bride Lauren donned a flowy Sophia bridal gown with a deep V neck and sheer overlay accented by floral patterned embroidery, her groom Josh wore a crisp black suit to stand out against the backdrop of mossy caves and ocean waves.


It is the epitome of an epic romance, and as soon as I found the location where that scene was filmed I knew I had to shoot an epic elopement styled shoot there. With the help of some incredibly talented Oahu wedding vendors, we created our own version of the magic that happened there in 1953, except this time in a gorgeous Sophia gown from Love and Lace – Svetlanta of Svetlana Sauer Photography


Doesn’t grabbing your sweetheart and heading off to a tropical island to say ‘I do’ sound so dreamy? Scroll on to see more of this styled elopement captured by Oahu wedding photographer Svetlana Sauer Photography

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Planning to elope in Oahu? Check out the amazing wedding professionals that brought this styled shoot to life

Check out the amazing wedding professionals that brought this styled shoot to life; to help you plan your day in paradise!!

Vendor Love

Photographer:  Svetlana Sauer Photography
Floral Design: Passion Roots
Wedding Gown: Love and Lace – A Bridal Boutique
Location: Halona Cove
Makeup Artist: MUA Manda
Beauty: Legacy Artistry
Bridal Model: Lauren Riboldi
Groom Model: Josh Riboldi
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