Get your rainy-day cuddle on with these two grooms in Hawaii

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Photos by Creatrix Photography

Y'all know we love our rainy weddings at Offbeat Bride, and this is one for the frickin' books. Chad & Eric got married at Kualoa Ranch on an overcast Hawaiian day. Their first-look photos are some of the most epically sweet I've ever seen: Eric's suit is sprinkled with raindrops as he tries not to cry in Chad's arms (squeee!). The couple positively shines through the soggy conditions as they roam the beaches and pose like fashion icons.

Once you stop fanning yourself, take note of a few extra details: both grooms give a subtle nod to the Doctor with Timelord socks and Tardis cufflinks; bags of favors for guests included romantic movies like The Notebook and Say Anything; and, of course, what is a Hawaiian wedding without a fire dancer to look forward to at the end?

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Vendors

Cake: cakeworks • Photographer:  Creatrix Photography • Venue: Kualoa Ranch

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  1. Super cute, love the mis-matched suits with the same color ties. Everyone looks dapper and adorable.

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  2. How strange, I got to the rain pictures and my allergies started up. Crying is an allergic reaction, right guys?

    What a wonderful wedding! I wish you both all the love and joy in the world, judging from these pictures I'd say you've already got a good start on the path to a wonderful life together xoxo.

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