April 22, 2020
At Simple Maui Wedding, we have the pleasure of getting to know couples from all over the world! And we love what we do–from coordinating thousands of miles away, to meeting-up in person–we strive to give our best advice and answer every little question, no matter how small. One of the things we hear often, especially from couples planning their beach wedding attire, are questions on what to wear: Is a suit too hot? Should we do aloha print? Is a veil too elaborate?
First off, there’s really no “wrong” way to go, so do what makes you comfortable and happy–Second, to help you brainstorm what’s possible (and also 100% on-point), we thumbed through our albums and collected our 10 most memorable Maui wedding styles! Sure, we may be a tiny bit biased, but we truly believe our clients are red carpet-worthy!
Scroll along with us to see all the glam, all the trendsetters, and all the adorable wedding day smiles!
Anh & Josh ~ Southside Beach
Why we love it: Their beach wedding attire was a perfect balance between a laid-back elopement and a very special occasion. Anh’s dress was a simple cut with boho-chic embellishments. She seemed comfortable and at ease in her dress. Josh’s sleek suit complements her look really well!
Abimbola & Oluwapelumi ~ Lahaina Shores Beach
Why we love it: Ambibola’s gown featured a sleek silhouette plus a glamorous detachable train and dramatic veil. Her white tropical bouquet was the perfect Hawaiian touch! She wasn’t afraid to be super glamorous, even on the beach!
Kristina & Albert ~ Southside Beach
Why we love it: Kristina’s relaxed lace dress is the perfect look for a seaside elopement. The less-formal beach wedding attire allowed her groom to skip the suit and wear slacks with a button-up. We love that he pulled his outfit together by selecting well-fitted gear and tucked his shirt in!
Kelsey & Wyatt ~ Gannon’s Lower Knoll
Why we love it: Kelsy didn’t shy away from a full A-line gown for her Hawaii wedding. Her chic and classic bridal style had major princess vibes. Wyatt looked like her Prince Charming in his suit, but he kept it a little more laid back by skipping the tie.
Jamie & Jay ~ Southside Beach
Why we love it: Jay’s full-print suit was a bold choice, and we love risk-takers! These two are proof that even the most dressed-up groom won’t overpower his bride’s look. Jamie was radiant in her vintage gown with gold tones that perfectly complemented Jay’s suit.
Alli & Anthony ~ Gannon’s
Why we love it: Anthony was Alli’s “something blue.” The light linen suit was perfect for a tropical wedding, and the color made the look extra fun. Alli wore a beautiful gown with a dramatic veil. They seemed comfortable in their attire but still dressed up for the once-in-a-lifetime occasion!
Nimet & Nazim ~ 5 Palms
Why we love it: We don’t see many double-breasted jackets on grooms, and we think Nazim really pulled off the look! Instead of a tie, he wore a printed button-up for a relaxed and confident look.
Nimet was on the leading edge of the off-shoulder gown trend and really rocked the look! Off-shoulder gowns can be restricting if you hope to dance the night away at your wedding, but beach brides usually have simpler receptions planned so they can wear the style without worry. This couple toned down their Maui wedding styles by mixing hues of creams, icy blue, and ivory instead of matching everything to one shade of white. It kept their look more subtle.
Miranda & Kevin ~ Gannon’s
Why we love it: Miranda’s unique dress featured floral embroidery that added a fun pop of color to the vintage look. Her boho braid with tropical flowers brought her whole look together. We also love Kevin’s blue suit and pocket square!
Analie & Michael ~ Po’olenalena Beach
Why we love it: These two were classic glam for their beach wedding. Michael wore a sleek black tux with a bow-tie and Analie had a cathedral-length veil and flawless Hollywood waves. Her tropical bouquet tied the whole look into a dream of tropical glam.
Katy & Chelsea ~ Southside Beach
Why we love it: Katy & Chelsea didn’t skip a single detail when coordinating their Maui wedding styles. They couldn’t plan the pastel sunset in the same tones as their wardrobe, but they sure were lucky to have it! You can have a non-traditional beach wedding attire and add color to your ceremony while still being chic and well-dressed.
Luis & Miguel ~ Southside Beach
Why we love it: These two kept it simple in solid suits and matching Maile leis. Just a heads up: it can be really hot on the beach in a suit. But dressing up for your wedding is a way to signify how special the moment it is. Each of their suits fit perfectly, and the combination of navy & slate ensured that they went well together but were also unique.
Getting to know our couples is the highlight of our job! We’re always so impressed and delighted to see how our clients express their unique personalities through their wedding day attire. There are hundreds of ways to pull off unforgettable Maui wedding styles on your Big Day–don’t be afraid to push the boundaries with color and cuts… but above all, be you!
For more helpful tips, check out our “5 Essential Tips For Choosing Your Grooms Hawaii Beach Wedding Attire.”
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