germaine & gerry

Germaine & Gerry's Wedding at Waimanalo Bay

Germaine & Gerry travelled from San Francisco to run the half marathon on Oahu last week, and decided to end the trip with a beautifully intimate beach wedding.  For us, taking part in any wedding is always a meaningful and unique experience, but there's always something especially sweet about a couple deciding to elope, and focus all of their attention and energy on being with only each other for the entirety of their wedding day.  We knew from the moment we spoke with them on the phone only a month ago, that we were gonna have a really fun time capturing their special day.  

Germaine and Gerry are AMAZING!  They are the kind of sweet, humble and good-natured people that we love to surround ourselves with and call friends.  We immediately felt at ease with them, and capturing their wedding all day just felt like we were hanging out with long-time buddies. 

After a quiet sunset wedding at Waimanalo Bay, we returned back to the room at the Ilikai hotel for a champagne toast and cake! The only thing that could have made everything more perfect was the Hilton fireworks show as a backdrop, which we missed by a hair because of one slow driver by Makapu'u lighthouse.  Germaine and Gerry were still in good spirits though, and we had fun anyway hanging out in the room and eating wedding cake.  

One of the coolest takeaways from the whole experience was getting to know Germaine and Gerry, and learning about their newly developing business in SF!  We're super excited for these two.  We know that they will be very successful because they already carry all of the best qualities of what it takes.  Check out their website if you need a style, trim, treatment or color.  They're expanding their business to also do specialized stylings for weddings, so you MUST check them out if you're in the area!  www.haircandySF.com!  Until we meet again Germaine & Gerry, take good care and congratulations on this big new step!  

Special thanks also to Frank Amodo, who it's impossible not to like and have fun with.