Friday, September 30, 2011

Hawaii’s Wedding Professionals in HD Show #205 Hawaiianpix Photography and Paradise Pastries

Jerry Omo of Hawaiianpix Digital Photographic Services

Charity Schoenfeld of Paradise Pastries

Show Times on OC16
Premiers:  Friday, September 30 at 6:00pm
Repeats:  Sunday, October 2 at 1pm
Monday, October 3 at 11:30am
Thursday, October 6 at 10:00 am
Friday, October 7 at 5:00am

The beautiful JW Marriott Ihilani Resort and Spa is the backdrop for Kahu Kalehua Featheran’s first guest, Jerry Omo of Hawaiianpix Digital Photographic Services.  Jerry shared with Kalehua that Hawaiianpix has a Facebook page on the site now and as the number of brides who click “like” reaches a certain level, there will be drawings for a price pack, valued at $300 that includes jewelry!

Jerry was trained as a classic portrait photographer, but he and his staff also do a lot of photo journalistic shots, as this enables the couple to see all the people and things happening around them that they wouldn’t see except in photos.  He meets with the couple whenever possible to better enable him to capture the special moments important to the couple and to get to know them before the wedding day…as Jerry says, the wedding photos are a record that they will have and enjoy for the rest of their life.  Hawaiianpix also processes and prints all of their own photos via an in-house laboratory; an added service for Jerry’s clients.

The second interview is with Charity Schoenfeld of Paradise Pastries, filmed at Mila Niko wedding apparel.  Originally from Ohio, Charity and her business partner, Bethany, have been in business for over 5 years.  All of their bakery products are baked from scratch and their decorations are just exquisite.  Viewers are able to see wonderful samples of wedding cakes that Paradise Pastries have created for their past clients.

Half of Paradise Pastries’ clients are destination couples, so Charity does a lot of consultations with clients via phone calls, emails and exchanging of photos and drawings.  Destination couples who arrive in Hawaii a week before their ceremony and local couples are also able to meet with Charity or Bethany and have a taste testing.  The most popular flavors are red velvet with a cream cheese frosting and coconut cake with lilikoi filling; Kahu Kalehua will vouch for the vanilla cake with pineapple filling and cream cheese frosting – he said it was D-licious!!

Also, the music you hear in the background of the interviews is being provided by Kupaoa – mahalo!

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