And it rained. What a tropical shower we had!! However, the couple was confident that nothing was going to be a problem that day. Kari showed around 3 PM and had her make up on with time ahead, while Ken arrived a bit later and was already celebrating with great mood and humour.
The ceremony in Kukua had to be moved from the beach gazebo to a nearby covered Palapa, that, is a great choice, and holds around 40 people without loosing confort. The ceremony officiant was a close person to the couple so they were having a great conversation between friends, and all three of them talked and joked, it was hilarious. Meanwhile, the rain did not stop falling. Still, the lights went out and we had to work for the rest of the night without ANY power, just some tiny table candles with a very glossy orange skintone destroyer light color.
So, I ´ll never stop to believe it´s a great thing to bring enough lighting equipment to the weddings; this way we can “build” every light on our own and we do not depend on the location settings. When we left the venue the power was still off, which can be normal here when there has been so many rain. But at some point, it was great for the wedding, as a rock reggae band was playing accoustic to the delight of the couple and the guests.
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