Here come all of the bridal couple’s loved ones, wearing hats for the beautiful wedding of Jeanette and Donald, and every loved one received a white orchid lei from the couple. The date they will forever remember, March 29, 2018, place of wedding was the beautiful white sandy beach of Waimanalo Bay Beach. Wearing hats at Hawaii weddings on the beach sometimes might not work because of the wind, but this was a beautiful Hawaiian day with calm wind. Beautiful Jeanette in a stylish white gown, the soles of her shoes were imprinted with “I do”. She carried a cascade bouquet with shades of pink and white roses and sprays of white orchids. Donald looked great in black and white casuals with a hat. The happy wedding entourage wore colors of pink and red printed dresses, black pants and pink shirts for the guys.
The limousine with the bridal party arrived greeted by a singing duet playing the guitar and ukulele. Aloha greetings by our crew of planners, minister, photographer and videographer. For their Hawaii wedding, they chose the Hawaii Wedding Package that provided everything they had wanted. Our Hawaii package provided our expertise, location, the minister, limousine, music, video, bouquet, unity sand ceremony, leis, conch shell blowing and decorative wedding certificate.
Beautiful memories of the Hawaii wedding ceremony of Jeanette and Donald were captured by our professional photo/video crew. In many cases the video will be shown at a reception back home. Reverend Michael Nelson blows the conch, followed by singing of the Hawaiian wedding song with guitar and ukulele as Jeanette and Donald stroll out of Sherwood forest, down the white sandy beach to meet Reverend Mike. As the song ends with “I do, I do love you with all my heart” Reverend extends welcome and congratulations to the couple upon making this commitment called marriage. Emotion of love to share today is like the tide of the sea. Your deep heartfelt commitment to marriage to create goodness in the world together. “Yes, I do” from Jeanette and Donald. The unity sand ceremony at Hawaii weddings on the beach is like the unity candle ceremony.
Pouring of sand into one container to combine their lives together, hereafter. Hawaii wedding vows of “I take you to be my beloved wife/husband” then followed by the ring exchange. As they each wear these rings, it reminds them of this special day in Hawaii. Finally the heartfelt .words to each other with the Hawaii lei exchange tradition. Donald tossed his hat aside before the lei exchange. Ukulele/guitar music and romantic song of love by the musical duo dedicated to the new Donald and Jeanette. Signing of the marriage certificate and many photos and video followed. Carrying of the bride into the ocean, (not quite) just to the white waves washing up on the beach. What a memorable Hawaii wedding for the new Donald and Jeanette. Congratulations and Mahalo.