Waikoloa Beach Family Photographers with Flower Crown

HOT TIP!

I sometimes get questions about wind and what our policy is on windy days. We do not cancel or reschedule sessions due to wind. The wind is just a part of life here on the islands and it can be unpredictable as heck! Canceling or moving sessions due to wind would mean I’d be moving sessions constantly and I just wouldn’t be able to run a business that way!

So what can you do to combat wind at your sessions? Wear a haku! Seriously, not only are these handmade works of art that you’ll cherish but they act as a headband and can keep hair off of faces and out of eyes. Genius right? Haku Lei, or a flower crown, can be customized just for you. Each one is crafted by hand by a talented florist here on the Big Island and I have a list of florists that I strongly recommend and have worked with who I know will serve you well.

You should also know that these haku can last for a few days so you don’t only get to enjoy them at your photoshoot. Feel free to rock them for a few more days as you enjoy the island!

Here are a few amazing Big Island Florists who specialize in haku:

  • Lalamilo Flower Girl – https://lalamiloflowergirl.com/

  • Hakus by Ki – https://www.hakusbyki.com/

  • Grace Flowers Hawaii – https://www.graceflowershawaii.com/

  • The Little Flower Shop Hawaii – https://www.thelittleflowershophawaii.com/

  • Ainahua Florals – https://www.ainahuaflorals.com/

Are you planning a family vacation to the Big Island of Hawaii? Let me capture your family visit to Hawaii with a stunning sunrise or sunset photo session on one of the beautiful beaches in on the island. I’d love to capture memories you’ll cherish forever!


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