Fond Memories of our “Hawaii Wedding Ceremony”

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.