Our Hawaii weddings during the winter holiday season are usually simple and intimate. December business is slower then normal for Weddings in Hawaii, but enjoyable, much cooler then the summer months. It is a great destination wedding month getting away from the wintery snow weather on the mainland. With the hustle and bustle of getting ready for the Thanksgiving/Christmas holidays most people prefer to spend holidays at home with family. However in our opinion, this is he best time of the year for Hawaii beach weddings. The wedding locations are beautiful with blue-green ocean capped with white waves, there are less people on the beach which creates a serene atmosphere. The cool trade winds helps, and humidity is low. Although we offer many Hawaii wedding packages, our favorites are small, romantic Hawaii weddings. We have a lot of fun doing these weddings, the best part is seeing and feeling their happiness as they say “I DO” . A wedding in Hawaii need not cost a fortune, a simple one that is affordable to you is what we offer everyone. Couple of December weddings were enjoyed spending between $300 to $600 and they even had left over for the dinner celebration.
Congratulations to Stephen and Barbra of San Diego. California. They chose December 2, 2017 as their special day, saying their vows on the shores of Waialae Beach Park, showcasing the beautiful sight off Kahala Beach. Arriving with his families and love ones, Stephen was in an all white outfit. The beautiful Barbra was stylish in layered white wonder with a headband around her forehead.She held sprig of flowering orchid branch for color. As the limousine arrived, we got some liquid sunshine, a lucky omen for Hawaii weddings. Passing showers brought a serene sunny atmosphere minutes later. As our Reverend Nelson blew his conch shell, Barbra, escorted by her son, walked to the altar to be received by Stephen. A beautiful Hawaiian wedding ceremony for the new Stephen and Barbra. Emotional but extremely happy couple. Congratulations and Mahalo.
On December 3, 2017 we met Mahesh and Sai who are of Indian ancestry and welcomed the colorful cultures of our Hawaii weddings. Mahesh and his friends are serving our country in the U.S. Army and are stationed in Hawaii. A simple Hawaii wedding at Kahala Beach was their dream. The display of colorful Indian saris and outfits were beautiful. Bride Sai, sparkled with gold jewelries, make up style of a Indian princess sari. Her sari was gorgeously bright with colors of green, orange, purple and gold. Mahesh wore a dark blue Nehru Indian outfit. Sai’s friend wore a sari of purple, blue, gold. Fellow friends also dressed accordingly. A beautiful simple wedding by Reverend Mike Nelson. Congratulations and Mahalo to the new Mahesh and Sai of Honolulu, Hawaii.
Mele Kalikimaka from A wedding in Hawaii.