Nothing gets me more excited about a Maui elopement than having a super creative twist on the day.
Enter Kelsey and Jose. Kelsey is a florist herself, so you know she had an expert eye on making everything extra gorgeous. Despite having a disability Kelsey did not let this hold her back from being adventurous and she had a strong vision of what she wanted for her wedding day.
Kelsey wanted a location ‘off the beaten path’ in Maui. She didn’t want other people close by, and she wanted stunning views. Having been a photographer for long time here in Maui I knew I could make this happen for her!
Kelsey chose to work with Floralette for her bouquet and Jose’s boutonniere. Kelsey is a full time wheelchair user, so while we wanted to make sure we captured the lush environment of Hawaii, we also needed to make sure the area was accessible. I ended up scouting the *perfect* location off the beaten path for them, it was wheelchair accessible (with a little help) and everything was absolutely stunning.
From their all black looks, to Kelsey’s incredible crown, and their lust for life- the day was perfectly them and totally breathtaking. After I delivered their photos, this is what Kelsey had to say:
“We really cannot thank you enough! Our photos are GORGEOUS!!! The last few days we’ve been reliving the moments, thank you so much for everything! “
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Eloping with disability allows you more financial freedom, less stress, and more fun from a traditional wedding. There are many pro’s to eloping!