Hawaii weddings, always a love story

Every love story is beautiful, but our favorites are from our Hawaii weddings gallery we have enjoyed for over 30 years. We quote our bride, Lori “Yesterday is the wind passing. Today is a gift. Tomorrow is a promised hope”.  A very special gift of Aloha from the groom to his wife to be, bought just the morning of the wedding, a Hawaiian jewelry set of pendant and ear rings. Lori and Troy, a wine loving couple from Indiana, decided they wanted a intimate Hawaii beach wedding, to have treasured memories of a romantic Hawaii wedding and honeymoon. With so many Hawaii wedding planners to choose from it is quite a task, but we recommend contacting the Hawaii Business Bureau for recommendation.

For Lori and Troy, we became Facebook friends sometime earlier and our friendship grew into trust. It was so nice to finally meet on their special day. A intimate Hawaii wedding, a wedding ceremony on the beach of Oahu, just the two of them. Their dream was to enjoy their honeymoon and first Thanks giving together in Hawaii. The important wish for them was to return home to share their experience of Hawaii weddings with their love ones. Having a professional videographer in combination with a photographer was a wise choice.

Capturing the ceremony with sound and emotions, they will treasure the memories. Time flies so fast that you miss a lot of activity of your Hawaii wedding ceremony. Choosing our package called Plumeria Plus which included limousine service, minister, lots of pictures, sand ceremony and white leis for the lei exchange. Adding the videographer, ukulele singer, a haku head lei and a bouquet completed her total package. They chose Nov.17, 2017 for their Hawaii beach wedding at Kahala Beach. Captured by our wedding camera crew, the arrival of the bride and groom greeted by Reverend Michael Nelson with ukulele music in the background. Bride looked radiant, dressed in white chiffon with silver slippers. Complementing her outfit was a haku head lei with white and dark pink roses and matching french bouquet with color or orange, light pink, and dark pink roses. Groom looked cool and comfortable in white shirt and walking shorts. Happily they strolled hand in hand in the sand, toward the grassy altar we use for our Hawaii weddings at Kahala Beach.

Their Hawaiian wedding began with the blowing of the conch, the Hawaiian wedding song with ukulele and the welcome of Aloha from Rev. Mike. To begin their journey together, a unity sand ceremony was performed.  A emotional and happy vow exchange with beautiful rings blessed were captured by our camera crew. A Hawaiian lei exchange with words of love to each other before being pronounced husband and wife.

A beautiful love song dedicated to the new Troy and Lori by our singer/ukulele player, as the happy couple began their first dance together. Beautiful Hawaiian dance dip at the end with happy laughter.  Congratulations and Aloha. A luau to celebrate tonight. The beautiful video and photographs of their wedding in Hawaii will be enjoyed and replayed many times in their lives to come. We present the love story of the new Lori and Troy.

Thank you for sharing your special day of Hawaii weddings and Hawaii vow renewals

For us, half of our business is planning Hawaii weddings and the other half is planning Hawaii vow renewals. On this Thanksgiving week, we share four recent wedding stories, thanking these lovely couples for sharing their special day with us.

Celebrating their fifth wedding anniversary, Alyssa and Jonathan of Austin, Texas flew to Hawaii for a second honeymoon. On second thought, why not have a Hawaii vow renewal also. This beautiful and vibrant couple got married in Jamaica in October 2012. They like the outdoors and enjoy the beach scene and a Hawaii beach vow renewal seemed like a perfect fit for them. Choosing the Plumeria package and Waialae Beach location, they enjoyed a memorable Hawaii vow renewal ceremony by Rev. Mike Nelson. In Jamaica, they did not have a sand ceremony, so our Hawaiian unity sand ceremony was a new and enjoyable experience for them. Renewing of vows and enjoying the lei exchange, they were pronounced the new renewed Jonathan and Alyssa. They happily returned home and are enjoying their many beautiful photos. Thank you and congratulations.

Celebrating their forty-first wedding anniversary,was loving couple Bob and Cindy Nicolas of Oswego, Illinois on November 6, 2017. Today is their anniversary, at this time 3:00 pm they married in a Catholic Church in Chicago. They chose Magic Island as their vow renewal location and enjoyed the Magic Island experience tremendously. They are so in love, Bob kept sneaking kisses with Cindy. A beautiful Hawaii vow renewal ceremony by Rev. Mike Nelson on a beautiful Hawaiian day. Simple ceremony but so much love. Forty-one years and going strong. Mahalo, to these youngsters.

From Australia to Hawaii, Melissa and Jason wanted to get married quietly and decided to look for someone to plan their Hawaii wedding, and luckily for us, they found a liking to what we offer. These very tall and good looking love birds decided to have their wedding ceremony at Magic Island. She was so lovely in a stylish cream colored dress and he looked great in white shirt and khaki trousers. A beautiful Hawaiian wedding ceremony by Reverend Mike, featuring the blowing of the conch, and floral lei exchange as a gift of Aloha. They became the new Jason and Melissa with their vows of ” I will love you forever” on November 13, 2017. Aloha and Mahalo for sharing your special day with us.

A babymoon instead of a honeymoon. Denae and Michael of Utah found out they were pregnant with twins, a boy and a girl. They moved up their wedding/honeymoon from 2018 to a Hawaii wedding and a quick babymoon. On November 13, 2017 at Magic Island the 4-of-them arrived smiling happily. A wonderful couple we enjoyed getting to know helping them begin a new life together. Hawaii weddings on the west side of Magic Island with ocean background and the sandy beaches of Ala Moana beach park, creates a feeling of being part of the city of Honolulu. Denae looked like a Hawaiian Princess with a beautiful flower haku head lei, her Michael with a maile leaf lei stood beside her, as her Prince. Reverend Mike Nelson married them together as a family of four. A new life begins Congratulations and thank you for being with on this important day.

A thank you from A wedding in Hawaii for sharing your Hawaii weddings and Hawaii vow renewals with us. Aloha!