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A Wedding Videographer is a must!


Anyone who has ever planned a wedding for months knows when that special day comes around, it goes by in what seems like seconds.  A photographer will capture beautiful moments of the day but with a videographer you can relive the day again and again. We think there is certainly something in being able to see and hear your loved ones that makes it so worth hiring both!     So obviously we think spending a little extra for both a photographer... Read More

Swoon Worthy at Hale Honu


There are lots of things we absolutely adore: good food (obvi) and a great venue, rose gold and sparkles, beautiful flowers and amazing table settings. Good thing this wedding from the lovely ladies at Belle Destination Events had all of the above! This picture perfect wedding at the beautiful Hale Honu on Maui’s South Side took our breath away! After the ceremony, the 37 guests started the evening with cocktails on the upper deck from our... Read More

Mango Margarita Recipe


It’s one of our favorite times on the Islands……. Mango Season!       What better way to use all those mangos and to celebrate America than with…… Mango Margaritas?! We looked all over the interwebs for our favorite recipe and we found it on the Food Network, by Ree Drummond of the Pioneer Woman.   So start picking (or run to your local grocery store) and start blending!     Ingredients: 2 limes 2 tablespoons... Read More

Chef Belia’s Blog: All About Taro


If you live in Hawaii, or have any connection to our islands,  you have heard of the taro plant.     A common food made from taro is poi.  If you are not local, you might have the impression that poi is a terrible purple pudding that only “natives” eat.       While beautiful in color, it is most certainly an acquired taste! Poi is made from the underground stem/root (corm) of the taro plant. It is cooked and then mashed;... Read More

Olowalu Plantation House Wedding


We just loved this Olowalu Plantation House wedding! The pineapple isle! The oyster bar! The bunting! The vintage postcards! The everything!   After the sea side ceremony the 42 guests started the evening with cocktails from our friends at Bars R Us and Passed Appetizers of: Bacon Wrapped Garlic Stuffed Mushrooms, Panko encrusted Goat Cheese with Crispy Sage and Poha Berry Jam, Money Bags with Chef Made Thai Chili Sauce. Also available during... Read More