WATCH: Go Behind the Scenes of Eat.Sleep.Wear Founder Kim Pesch's Gorgeous Hawaiian Wedding

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With wedding season fast approaching, it's no surprise that engaged ladies are on the hunt for gorgeous wedding inspiration. And, if you're anything like Kimberly Pesch, founder of Eat.Sleep.Wear, you want to plan a celebration that is classic and romantic but still unique to you as a couple. Last week we shared all of the incredible details of her Hawaiian wedding to Blake Lapides, but today we're bringing you inside the gorgeous proceedings at Maui's Olowalu Plantation House, captured by Cinemaui Studio.

When Kim and Blake first started looking for their wedding venue, the bride immediately fell in love with this private, seaside estate. "It was like our own oasis," Kim says. Although the photos from their day showcase just how stunning the property is, there's something so spectacular about seeing the waves crash behind the couple and palm trees swaying in the breeze during their ceremony.

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The couple chose Hawaiian royalty to lead their ceremony — the very same man who officiated Claire and Phil's vow renewal on Modern Family — since they knew they could trust the local to deliver a meaningful and engaging ceremony. And they were right! The bride dished that he made her and Blake laugh and kiss throughout the proceedings, all of which is captured throughout their video.

Their reception was nothing short of a tropical dream. The party was set up on the property's lawn overlooking the ocean, where guests were treated to a full Hawaiian luau that was complete with a traditional buffet dinner. But that's not all: the décor spoke to the couple's locale without being cheesy. They decorated tables with local greens studded with gorgeous white flowers and arranged fresh pineapples for fun and festive accents.

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