White on White Hawaii Wedding: Timothy & Sherra


As a colour fiend (and unapologetically so) its unusual for me to fall head over heels with such a neutrally coloured wedding. But as soon as I laid eyes on Timothy & Sherra’s intimate ocean view ceremony and dramatic portraits on the beach I knew I had to blog it. The day was held at the Four Seasons Resort in Hualalai where the couple were married on the beach with just a few witnesses.


“We wanted a white wedding”, Sherra explained, “so we asked our guest to dress in white. I feel that made the backdrop of Hawaii so much more beautiful and intense. Everyone looks good in white.The Rock n Roll element definitely came from the groom’s party who are actually a part of the Rock n Roll world. Most of our guests are somehow linked to music, whether they themselves are rock stars, they work in the industry or just have the love of rock living in their hearts.”


“The location and having all our friends there was the highlight of our wedding”, she continued. “My mom also hand painted beautiful Korean rice paper fans that we gave as our wedding favors. That was a really special touch. I’d advise all couples to hire a planner. They really do take the stress out of the day.”

Breathtaking! Thank you to Timothy & Sherra for sharing their day with us today.



  1. I love the idea of asking all of your guests to dress in white too – brilliant idea :)The Hawaian backdrop looks so lucious and colourful, looking at these pics has just warmed me up a little on this chilly Midlands morning!!

  2. I love the white on white for this island theme wedding! Nothing wrong with that and it makes it look so refreshing and cool and beautiful! Perfect Island Wedding! And might I add, loving the grooms sexy long hair! 🙂

  3. The guests all in white – wow that looks incredible. The wedding as a whole seems so peaceful and dreamy. I love this idea. And totally have the hotts for that setting too! x

  4. Bird

    LOVED the song in your video by LT Smooth. It took me awhile to find it on iTunes, so I thought I would help out anyone else looking for it. It is called Desperado. So beautiful and it fit so well with this gorgeous ceremony! In 3 months my daughter will be married in Kauai, and I hope the videographer she chose is half as great as this one. Bravo to Walczuk Productions!!! I’ve done 19 home movies (half are weddings) that I’ve “produced,” so I know how important this was to the bride and groom! Mahalo for your inspiration! Best of luck to you all. Aloha!!


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