Historic waves crash Hawaii wedding, sending guests and party scattering for safety

Dillon and Riley Murphy desired a romantic, one-of-a-kind Hawaiian wedding. It sure was unforgettable! The couple said that they were concerned about the weather on their wedding day. The event took place at Hulihe’e Palace in Kailua-Kona.

WATCH the waves take over:

All of a sudden, Tropical Storm Darby went wild, and the waves began to crash against the beach. “And we were kind of right at the moment where we were going to start moving a couple things and, yeah, this big wall basically just showed up,” Dillon said. “And luckily there was no food in any of the containers, the cake luckily made it.”

Everyone attending the reception was safe. Riley explained that they all united during the hard times, teaching all of them a valuable life lesson. “And just the analogy of, you know, life and storms hit. And it’s just, it’s so important to come together and to have all of our family and our loved ones there, and it just made it very special,” Riley said.

After the waves settled down a bit and everything was cleaned and dried off, the Murphy family continued with the ceremony. The event was not what they had dreamed of – it was even better.

“But we did end up getting some good pictures with like waves splashing up, and the ceremony was beautiful,” Dillon said.

“We didn’t have our dance floor, but nobody seemed to mind, at the end of the night we were all like dancing in the mud and it was amazing,” Riley said.

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“Yeah, it was a blast,” Dillon added.

“Maybe even more memorable than if it hadn’t happened,” Riley said.

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The happy couple admitted that the best day of their lives was the wettest day. How poetic!

“Yeah, it was crazy,” Dillon said.

“And like Dillon was saying,” Riley said, “we were so worried about the remnants of Darby and like, ‘Are we going to get rainfall?’ But never really took into account that the high surf might impact our wedding as well.”

“The show still went on and it was, it was a really, really fun night,” Riley said.

“Yeah, very lucky, fortunate,” Dillon said.

Photo: screencap of Youtube video

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