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.

Internet Romance leads to many Hawaii Weddings

Beautiful Hawaii weddings, with stories of friendships that began online which developed into love and romance without even meeting in person. In today’s busy world, meeting the right person is difficult. In yesteryear there was something called “pen-pal clubs” which worked like today’s internet. Online technology enables us connection with many professionals and more people. Is it possible to fall in love with a person you have not met?

The success love of story of Sweet and Jason, has brought excitement and happiness with the planning of a Wedding in Hawaii. Sweet who is from the Philippines connected on line with Jason who lives and work in busy San Francisco. Getting to know each was so easy. Friendship developed, it seems they had a lot of things in common as well as similar interests. Eventually, a friendship of comfortable feeling and affection of ” We can talk to each other forever. led to falling in love. Dating on line was brought so much joy for them, being so far away from each other. A romantic plan began to develop, Jason proposed and she agreed to reside with him in San Francisco, California. Deciding to get married in Hawaii was perfect, being the mid point. Contacting a Hawaii wedding planner for romantic Hawaii weddings brought them to us to help make their special day. Date was set for October 17, 2017 (10/17/17) at Kahala Beach.

In the mean time, Jason traveled to meet Sweet and family in the Philippines, a exciting and happy times together. A Hawaii wedding ceremony to become husband and wife was nearly here, a dream come true for Jason and Sweet.

A beautiful Tuesday afternoon in Hawaii, the beautiful and sweet bride, dressed in a stylish white wedding gown with veil arrived with the handsome, tall Jason in black trousers and white long sleeve shirt. A special surprise gift of beautiful leis for the couple was sent by their Mom. A beautiful bouquet of brilliant pink roses and white hydrangea highlighted her pure white gown. Their minister, Rev. Michael Nelson brought his sunshine of Aloha. A green grass Oasis spot was their wedding altar. The blowing of the conch, the commitment of marriage and the Hawaiian unity sand ceremony began this intimate Hawaii wedding ceremony. The emotions with tears of happiness as they said their Vows and exchanged rings, gifts of eternal love. Finally, beautiful white double orchid leis were entwined around their hands, giving a blessing to their marriage. The offering of the gift of Aloha (leis) and kisses on each cheek. The new Jason and Sweet, congratulations and Mahalo for having us. Dreams come true with many pictures as memories. Sweet and Jason will be flying home to San Francisco, the new home for Sweet after their Hawaiian honeymoon. A dream come true and it began as a internet romance.

Hawaii Weddings Ever-after

Their dreams of a Hawaiian adventure trip, planning of romantic Hawaii weddings began in November of 2016 upon their engagement announcement. Shauntinqua and Daven of Anaheim, California, chose the date, October 11, 2017 (10/11/17). We congratulate and thank Daven for calling us for advise on Hawaii wedding planning. What beach wedding location to choose? What is the best day of the week? Choosing a weekday at any beach location in a wise one, a no brainer, a serene atmosphere with few people around. Waialae Beach or also known as Kahala Beach was chosen as their wedding site. A beautiful tropical natural beauty, only fifteen minutes from Waikiki. Shaun and Daven chose our Plumeria Plus package, which includes a luxury limousine ride from their hotel (Queen Kapiolani) to the park and back with champagne.

Only in Hawaii, as they say, this happy couple, a little lost, accidentally met and was befriended by a wonderful Lyft driver at the airport. The Aloha spirit and Ohana began. This wonderful family helped them,” just because”, took them to the hotel, the marriage license place and even grocery shopping the next day. Daven and Shaun invited the whole family, wife, husband and daughter to the wedding to be their witnesses. Aloha, Ohana and Hawaii weddings, what a wonderful wedding story they will be able to tell their children someday.

The wedding of Shauntinqua and Daven, limousine arrives and we present the beautiful bride in her golden champagne gown with white lace designs. Here comes the groom with such a wide happy smile, looking cool in Khaki and white shirt. So smart in choosing slaps to walk in the sand. Met with Aloha by the Reverend Michael Nelson. Joyfully joined by their recently met friends there were so much Aloha. A beautiful day, low tide, a green garden like area for the altar, with the sound of the ocean in the background. A memorable Hawaii wedding ceremony with their new family representing their family at home. The blowing of the conch shell, the unity sand ceremony, and the leis, a gift of Aloha are all part of a Hawaiian wedding ceremony. Most important and heartfelt moments were their very own vows to each other. As they were pronounced the new Daven and Shauntinqua, they were laden with leis of love from their friends. Certificates were signed, many photo images will be enjoyed for years to come. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us. A wonderful beautiful couple. The finale to their Hawaii wedding, a quick picture with their limo, escape with a champagne offer to their hotel. Tonight, celebration at Duke’s in Waikiki. Mahalo and Aloha.