Surprise Romantic Anniversary On The Beach – Ashley & Dave

Ashley worked for a few weeks to prepare this fantasy date on the beach for their 10th wedding anniversary. She arranged Kalea to set up a romantic tent with pillows and lights. Dave’s favourite food truck catered their picnic dinner to be eaten during sunset.

When the day arrived Ashley told Dave they were going to a nice dinner (she didn’t say where) and they were going to go to the beach first to take a few photos. He was totally surprised to see that the beach was actually where their dinner would take place; a beautiful scene created just for them. He had the biggest grin and Ashley was beaming with pride!

Ashley led him to their tent where the lei she made him rested on a cushion. She gave him the maile lei and he helped her put on the lei po’o that she also made. In Hawaii, people always kiss when they share a lei.

As they were walking out on the rocks a rainbow formed in the distance. Taking each other in their arms they shared kisses and a quiet moment with only the sound of the ocean surrounding them.

While they were having photos taken they reminisced about their wedding on Oahu which they said was perfect. As they danced barefoot in the sand Dave twirled his wife around and it is obvious how much he is completely in love with Ashley.

The sun was beginning to set as they cuddled up and poured each other a drink. They shared a toast and a kiss then they started their dinner. Dave was really excited about the food from Saenz Catering.

Dave wrapped Ashley in a blanket as the wind picked up. Kalea provided everything they needed to be comfy on the beach. The private tent, twinkle lights, cushions and blankets made the sweetest ambience for this dreamy anniversary beach date.

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Photographer: Photography by Keri Cooper // Design & Decor: Kalea // Caterer: Saenz Ohana


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