Today’s was Jeffrey & Sarah’s Kula Botanical, Maui, White Gazebo package wedding. They met two and one half years ago at one of Jeffrey’s gigs as a drummer with “Stripped.”
Now, rain is a possibility that many brides and grooms are concerned about, but actually happens quite rarely. It did begin to rain about one and one half hours before Jeffrey & Sarah’s wedding at the beautiful Kula Gardens on the slopes of Mount Haleakala. They were great sports about it, gracefully used a large umbrella provided by the gardens. They looked quite enchanting and romantic strolling under the umbrella, which Jeffrey gallantly held over his bride, in the soft, misty rain. Jeffrey did mention that it was ironic to have a rainy wedding, when they came here from Washington State – the land of rain. But, they appreciated that here the rain is light, warm and passes quickly.
The beautiful, white gazebo they had selected for their wedding kept them warm and dry during their sweet, romantic Maui wedding.Afterwards, they strolled the gardens, again under the umbrella, stopping at many beautiful sites to be photographed amid the fantastic arena of flowers and trees that grow in Hawaii, where rain, during your wedding, is considered a “blessing by Lehua,” the goddess of lovers.