This week I’m sharing a few outfits from our honeymoon in Hawaii along with a few of our favorite spots on each island! Also, I may have jumped the gun about sharing wedding photos over on Instagram.. oops! I’m considering submitting them for publication, so I can’t share them until I work out those details! I was so excited our photographer got them to us in 6 days that I just wanted to share! I’ll post them as soon as I can though, along with a few of my planning tips and tricks 🙂
These images were from our second night in Kauai. It was definitely the island we needed after visiting Honolulu, because it was a pretty stressful start to the honeymoon. Delta struggled to get our luggage to us, so after visiting Pearl Harbor in the morning we spent most of the day looking for clothing and necessities so we could freshen up for our first date night without wearing the same clothes we traveled in…plus this blondie needed some mascara!
Earlier this morning, we actually did a “doors off” Jack Harter helicopter tour of the island, which I would highly recommend IF you don’t get motion sick like I do, or just medicate prior 😉 Everyone I spoke to about Kauai recommended it, so I wasn’t really thinking much about the actual flight when we booked it…I was sick for the majority of it! Luckily, they had bags…Anyway, it was either a helicopter or a boat to see the Napali coast. Because of all the waterfalls on the island, I would definitely lean more towards the helicopter.
Tim set up dinner for us at Dukes which I remember him talking about when we first started dating because they have his favorite dessert – Hula Pie! It was a casual beach vibe, like most of the places you’ll find in Hawaii. It was great to walk from our Marriott resort to the restaurants we ate at since we didn’t rent a car, although I would probably recommend one for at least a day to explore the island and watch the sunset over on the west side of the island.
I found this skirt at a My Fiore Boutique while trying to find another white dress for wedding events and they were having BOGO FREE on their summer items. I guess when you go somewhere tropical in October you score all your clothes on sale! You can’t see the shoes I wore because I didn’t like the photos we took before getting on the sand, but I still linked them above! Tim bought them for me since I didn’t have my luggage and I didn’t want to rock my Keds to dinner 😉 They were actually cheaper on the island than they would have been at home, plus the tax is a little lower too! #balleronabudget
Happy Halloween by the way! What are you dressing up as?! I have nothing planned so far, but since work approved dressing up I may just wear workout clothes and call myself a crossfitter 😉