Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Tyler & Lori: A Northshore Maui Wedding

Tyler & Lori said "I do" in a bird sanctuary nestled among the majestic cliffs of Maui's Northshore. The wedding and reception was frequented by highly trained doves who perched upon demand and even took flight into the sunset upon cue. Meanwhile the peacock we discovered proudly unfolded its beauty before us and flaunted until we had our fill. Did I mention that the Bride was incredibly beautiful? Tyler, you weren't too bad yourself. Yet another magical day in the books of Tamiz Photography that left us breathless...

Venue: Spirit of Aloha Botanical Gardens
Coordinator: Ben Bliler of Maui Wedding Coordinators
Hair/Makeup: Beauty by Trisha
Musicians: Maui Symphony (4 String Quartet)
Catering: Gannon's Restaurant 
Stationary: Bride DIY
Minister: Rev. Ken Ho'opai

Friday, May 18, 2012

Thursday, May 17, 2012

We need your vote!

One of our images has been chosen as a finalist for the Pacific Weddings Magazine photo contest. The image with the most votes will be awarded a FULL PAGE in their beautiful wedding magazine. If you can spare a few moments the voting is so simple and doesn't require any type of registration. You may vote once every 24 hours until the 28th. We truly appreciate all of your votes! You can vote HERE.

 "Bombshell" by Tamiz Photography
Also, check out our feature and interview on this popular Paris wedding blog The Bride Next Door HERE and see how good your French is :)

Monday, May 7, 2012

JJ & Carly: An Olowalu Plantation House wedding

JJ & Carly had the most adorable wedding at the Olowalu Plantation House. There is such a sweetness in documenting intimate wedding parties and their cheery details and carefree attitude made it even sweeter. Towards the end of the evening they had their friends and family write a special note on paper lanterns and release them into the air.

Venue: Olowalu Plantation House
Flowers: Bella Bloom
Catering: Aloha Events Catering
Hair: Dan Sanchez
Makeup: Cherie of Bridal Hair on Maui
DJ: Liam Grist
Minister: Eve Hogan

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