Our weddings in Hawaii offer three beach wedding locations on the island of Oahu. Although we do not favor any specific site, our choice of the Hawaii weddings this week is beautiful Waimanalo Bay Beach on the windward side of Oahu. It is about a 30-45 minutes drive from Waikiki. A friendly, little town of Waimanalo welcomes you to a beautiful, magical beach, the locals call, Sherwoods. One of the best, serene and romantic. beaches to enjoy your Hawaii weddings or Hawaii vow renewals. To enjoy the serenity, we do wedding ceremonies here on weekdays only. Gorgeous turquoise blue waters, miles of soft, and warm white sands in your toes. a panorama view of the ocean with the Mokulua islands in the distance.
At times it might get a bit breezy, with North/East tradewinds. Quiet Waimanalo is prefered to busy Kailua or Lanikai beach. Waimanalo Bay Beach was chosen by Aisa and Javaughn for their romantic Hawaii wedding on October 18, 2017. They chose our popular and affordable Plumeria wedding package. The bride and groom arrived together with their Mom and a couple of other loved ones. They are a beautiful and happy couple beaming with happiness. Aisa looked gorgeous in a stylish wedding gown highlighted by a colorful floral Haku head lei. Javaughn looked cool in a casual all white outfit. Everyone of their loved ones wore white. With the arrival and Aloha of Reverend Mike Nelson, the celebration begins. With warm soft white sand between their toes, we welcome everyone to the Hawaii wedding ceremony of Aisa Yvette and Javaughn this beautiful day at Waimanalo Bay Beach. We begin with the blowing of the conch, which indicates that something important is about to happen. The greatest meaning of the word Aloha is love, which leads to the commitment called marriage.
Participating in a unity sand ceremony, they begin the mixing of their lives. The intimate wedding vows, the blessings and ring exchange were beautiful. They have the happiest smiles we have ever seen. All ceremonies of Hawaii weddings and Hawaii vow renewals end with the traditional giving of the lei, as a gift of Aloha. A Mr. an Mrs sign appears as Reverend Mike presents the new Javaughn and Aisa. Congratulations and Mahalo for choosing A wedding in Hawaii.