Born and raised on the same island in Hawaii, the pair's story doesn't get more small-world than this, as the couple never met until serendipity (and a blind introductory Facebook message) stepped in back in 2010. Eight years and a whirlwind Parisian proposal later, the couple's June nuptials were a luxe, gorgeous sight to be seen.
Inspired by their venue, Hawaii's Haiku Mill - an old sugarcane processing factory from the 1800s turned beautifully overgrown, spectacularly lush ruin - Noa and Ross, with the help of planner Kimiko Hosaki, set about planning their celebration around an equally natural palette.
The grooms wore custom green tuxedos, flanked by bridesmaids decked out elegantly in ivory Theory power suits. And, in a perfectly executed creative direction, even guests were encouraged to don black-tie green ensembles.
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[Photos via Melia Lucida]