For Caitlin and Adam, their Hawaii beach wedding was the happiest day of their lives. On April 12, 2019 Adam realized they had a limousine service and a personal ukulele player for their special day along with all the other beautiful things that creates a Hawaii wedding filled with forever memories. The happy enthusiastic couple arrived at Waimanalo Bay Beach in their limousine greeted by our minister, singer and photo/video crew.
Changing into their stylish wedding attire, and taking in the venue of their love of pine trees, mountains with the beautiful sand and ocean. The mile long beach was nearly empty as Reverend Michael Nelson welcomed the bride and groom by blowing the conch. The ukulele singer with his rendition of the Hawaiian wedding song, led Caitlin and Adam to the sandy altar. The flowers for the bouquet and leis were colorful and matched the bright personalities of the couple. The memorable Hawaiian wedding ceremony with the unity sand ceremony and traditional orchid lei exchange were added to their emotional vow and ring exchange.
The talented Adam ended up playing the ukulele tuning on the song Over the Rainbow. The new and exciting Adam and Caitlin celebrated by popping open their champagne bottle, got into their limousine for the beautiful coastal ride as Mr. and Mrs. Congratulations and Mahalo for sharing your day with us! Quote from Adam, “Our Hawaii wedding, dream come true, the happiest day of our lives”.
On March 6, 2009 young Alix and Jason got married right across the street from their home at a Lutheran Church. During their years of marriage, they enjoyed family life with their two children. Ten years later they decided to renew their vows with a well deserved vacation in Hawaii. A Hawaii vow renewal celebrating their 10th year anniversary. Leaving the children in the hands of reliable grandma, their special day arrived. On a beautiful but breezy afternoon, March 6, 2019, Alix and Jason arrived at Waialae Beach Park, casually dressed but with classiness. They beamed with happiness and laughter. Reverend Michael Nelson gave them a Hawaiian vow renewal ceremony they will forever cherish, with tears of happy emotion through out the ceremony. They each gave their own vows to each other, followed by the traditional lei exchange, the gift of Aloha. Congratulations and Mahalo for giving us he opportunity to meet you. Celebration at the Chart House restaurant.
This a beautiful Hawaiian wedding story of identical twins Galadriel and Guinnevere from Arizona They both got engaged recently. Galadriel and Dylan, Gunnevere and Tommy all work together at the same company. You will be surprised that there are quite a few couples enjoying double Hawaii weddings or Hawaii vow renewals. These two couples just wanted a simple wedding but thought having it together would be memorable and fun. They chose February 20, 2019 to get married at Waialae-Kahala Beach. They enjoyed a beautiful crisp, serene Hawaiian atmosphere with gentle waves as they said “I do”. Dressed identically with gentle elegance with matching outfits, two beautiful couples. Reverend Michael Nelson provided them with a ceremony they will always cherish. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us.
There were fond memories of their wedding day on February 14, 2009. Their theme was “Two hearts, one love”, printed on a shot glass with their names and two hearts entwined. Their rings were placed within, carried by their daughter. A beautiful Hawaii vow renewal ceremony for Susie and Robert were enjoyed with many loved ones supporting them. A day with light sunshine, chilly but yet beautiful Waimanalo Bay Beach awaited with the miles of white sandy beach just for Susie and Robert. Surprisingly no one else, what a nice omen for them. They came greeted by our Ohana crew, wearing colorful Hawaiian attires, dorminanty Valentine red and oranges. We will have a grand ceremony with the ukuleles-singer and hula dancers entertaining. Haku head leis for mother and daughter. With the Hawaiian wedding song and hula dancing, Susie and Robert in red Hawaiian outfits walked down the aisle. They proudly followed their beautiful daughter down the sandy aisle. The vows by Reverend Troy were beautiful accompanied by the ring exchange, The traditional sand ceremony involved all three of them as family. The leis, beautiful white and red made with fragrant orchids were used for the giving of the gift of Aloha. One for their daughter and two for each other. Blowing of the conch, love song and hula dance to honor the new Susie and Robert. A memorable Hawaii vow renewal ceremony. Congratulations and Mahalo to a fine couple and family.
Their dream, a wedding in Hawaii with their children and family together enjoying this precious moment. The Hawaii beach wedding of Bianca and Bradley on November 30, 2018 at Kahala Beach had a quiet serene aura with gentle ocean water activity. Harp music floated through the air. Just a slight drizzle for a few minutes as a good luck omen, after they said I do. They all arrived via limousine greeted by our minister and our crew. Stylishly dressed and beautiful, Bianca happily held her beautiful pink and white french bouquet. Bradley and their two little girls joyfully gathered to get acquainted. Bradley’s son and Bianca’s brother and his lady were happy to keep the little ones entertained. The wedding ceremony started with the harp playing the Hawaiian wedding song. Bianca and Bradley walked up the aisle together to meet Reverend Michael at the altar. Photographs and video were being created to forever preserve the moments.
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Our Hawaii wedding ceremonies are usually small, family like gathering and intimate. Our wedding ceremony includes the traditional Hawaiian sand ceremony which represents the coming together of two families, their past, present and their future. Along with the wedding vows, ring exchange, and the blessing, the Hawaiian lei exchange is the final step to give each other a personal message to each other. The orchid leis are gift of Aloha. Happily pronounced husband and wife, a long loving kiss, with the beautiful harp music in the air as they proceeded down the aisle. Family happily hugged and kissed. After the photo and video session, the limousine awaited for their champagne ride to their hotel. A celebration at the Top of Waikiki will be enjoyed. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us on your special day.
“Just the two of us”. Sometimes a trip to Hawaii to enjoy a vacation and secretly elope to get married is fun and the right thing to do for them. A simple Hawaii wedding on the shores of one of Hawaii’s most popular beaches was what Laraya and Erik dreamed of. They chose a popular Hawaii wedding location called Magic Island, located at the Ala Moana beach park. The famous background of historic Diamond Head and beautiful Waikiki Beach in the distance. Laraya loves the brilliant colors and flowers of Hawaii. For their Hawaiian wedding, November 5. 2018, a beautiful multi-colored orchid “haku” head lei was a must, giving her the look of a Hawaiian princess bride. A cascade bouquet mostly white tinted with red/pinkish baby roses and yellow orchids, sprays of purple orchids was a beautiful addition to her beautiful white gown.
On most Hawaii beach weddings, the groom chooses white long sleeve shirt and khaki trousers or walking shorts. Foot wear for comfort are slaps. (slippers). A dark double purple orchid lei was brightened Erik’s outfit. A gorgeous morning for a Hawaiian wedding, our couple arrived by limousine, happily meeting minister, Reverend Michael Nelson. Strolling hand in hand for a romantic walk to our Hawaii wedding location, beautiful memories were being created with loving photos. Our Hawaii wedding ceremonies are relaxing and fun for all.
Erik attempted to blow the conch and was successful three times. Good job, Erik. With the ceremony beginning with the sound conch shell, Laraya and Erik was in their own dream world . After their personal vows to each other and the traditional Hawaiian lei exchange. they were pronounced the new Erik and Laraya. Looking at each other, a huge smile and laughter from both as they kissed for the first time being husband and wife. A beautiful memorable Hawaii wedding ceremony. Mom, surprise! We are now married. Congratulations and Mahalo to our wonderful couple.
Mom and Dad will be celebrating their Golden Anniversary soon. What to give them. A Hawaii vow renewal of course. The gift of love thanking them for all the years of support they have given you. They have everything tangible they want, but the celebration with a trip to Hawaii with family and renewing their vows is a surprise that they did not expect. Married in Manila 50 years ago, Ma Fe and Horatio raised three wonderful daughters. Living in the U. S. the family grew to three son-in-laws, four grandsons and one granddaughter who are here today, October 20, 2018 to help celebrate the couple’s Hawaii vow renewal. Hazel and her sisters organized this beautiful gift for Mom and Dad. Hawaii Gifts of love for everyone, Mom gave Dad a Maile lei, a white orchid haku head lei for Mom. For daughters, orchid leis, for the guys, black kukui nut leis, and finally for their beautiful grand daughter, a haku head lei and orchid lei. A memorable Hawaiian vow renewal ceremony by Rev. Michael Nelson was enjoyed. The high light of the ceremony was the offering of thank by the daughters. Beautiful and heartfelt thank you for who the family are today because of their love and support. It brought tears to Dad’s eyes. Pronouncing them the renewed Ma Fe and Horatio, today at Waialae Beach, Rev. Michael Nelson officially had everyone sign the decorative certificate of marriage vow renewal. Congratulations and Mahalo. Celebration follows at Kahala Plumeria cafe next door. A perfect anniversary gift is definitely a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony.
Daughter, the apple of Daddy’s heart, deserves the best of everything a Hawaii wedding ceremony could provide. Rebecca and Anatoly, combining their heritage from the U. S., Russia and Israel had the loving help of her father in planning a beautiful Hawaiian wedding day. They chose a venue called Magic Island with beautiful green (at present), historic Diamond Head and blue Pacific Ocean in the background. The Hawaiian wedding package called the Hawaii package offered everything Rebecca and Anatoly desired for their perfect Hawaii wedding. A beautiful haku head lei provided a princess like look for the bride. A limousine brought everyone, happy parents too, greeted by sounds of ukulele and Hawaiian song. The couples arrival was photographed and video taped as well as the entire wedding ceremony and then their departure in the limousine. A beautiful bouquet highlighted Rebecca’s elegance. The Hawaiian wedding song with Rebecca walking down the lawn with her father was adorable. A beautiful wedding for the new Anatoly and Rebecca. The special ceremony thanking of their parents was the most touching and memorable. Beautiful double orchid lei, gifts of Aloha, thanking their parents for what they are today. The best for their daughter and son. Anatoly’s parents do not speak English but language was not a barrier. Love and Aloha as family, Hawaii calls Ohana. Mahalo to a lovely couple.
It was memorable and stress free Hawaii wedding ceremony for Rachel and Benjamin, on August 18, 2018 on the sandy dunes of Waialae Beach Park. Rachel began their Hawaii wedding and honeymoon plans ten months ago and chose the beautiful Hawaii wedding location at Waialae Beach Park. Along with our Big Fat Hawaiian wedding package, it was a perfect venue combination. She had everything she wanted and added a few more extras.
Two limousines brought the bridal party and their loved ones on this sunny and but cool tradewind day. Aloha greetings with ukulele music greeted them, along with Reverend Michael Nelson and the photo/video crew. Gorgeous Rachel and handsome Benjamin, dressed in such stylish white wedding fashion. A beautiful elegant deluxe white bouquet to high light Rachel’s fashion. The gift of Aloha from Rachel and Ben to their loved ones, were kukui nut leis, and floral orchid leis. This day 8/18/18 is one of the special day for
Hawaii weddings chosen by wedding couples this year. Cameras are ready to capture this special day to create the beginning of their love story. They walk down the white bridge for the last time as two, when they cross back after the wedding, they will do so as one. Sounding of the conch, singing of the Hawaiian wedding song, binding of their lives together with a Hawaiian sand ceremony began the ceremony bringing tearful emotional vows of marriage. Beautiful white double orchid leis were exchanged as gifts of Aloha. A Hawaiian love song was dedicated to the new Benjamin and Rachel by our singer.Congratulations and Mahalo for sharing your Hawaii wedding with us.
We helped Akiiki and William with their long awaited dream of having a Hawaii wedding venue. A memorable Hawaiian ceremony at Waialae Beach Park with Reverent Kermit officiating, on August 18, 2018. A very popular date 8/18/18 was chosen, and many Hawaii weddings were being enjoyed at this wedding location as well other beaches. Their Hawaii wedding planning went well being that the couple lives in Georgia. Here comes the limousine with Akiiki and William and their four best friends. Greeted by the beautiful sounds of Hawaiian melodies, the Reverend, and the camera crew.
Looking very debonair, the couple dressed alike in mod styled summer light blue suits and stylish walking shoes. Beautiful black, shiny kukui nuts were presented to each of their guests by Akiiki and William. A very happy couple, there were a lots of fun an laughter in the air. They happily gave each other purple orchid leis to high light over the blue suits. Choosing this beautiful Hawaii wedding location, on the sand dunes of Waialae Beach, they find the beautiful blue ocean and the panoramic view toward Koko head, a beautiful sight. Our ceremony begins with the sounds of the conch shell, followed by the beautiful Hawaiian wedding song by Katsu on ukulele.
Our Hawaii beach wedding ceremonies are not very long but are very family oriented and everyone have lots of fun together. Reverend Kermit offers the ring vows and the marriage vows at the end. Holding hands looking into each other’s eyes, they became the new William and Akiiki. Thick luscious white double orchid leis were exchanged as a gift of Aloha. A Hawaiian love song was dedicated to the newly weds. What a beautiful day it was, a perfect Hawaii wedding for Akiiki and William. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us.