For us Hawaii is beautiful all year long, but for those who love the sun and the tradewind, August is one of the best months to have their Hawaii wedding ceremony. It is a popular month for both locals and destination Hawaii weddings, so booking early is a good idea. Upcoming date of Aug. 18, 2018 (8/18/18) is “the big date” couples have secured.
Our Hawaii wedding couple today, Stephanie and Joseph of Fresno, California chose Aug. 1, 2018 (8/1/18) which is easy to remember. Staying in Waikiki during their honeymoon they chose Waialae Beach Park as their Hawaii wedding location. A wise choice was to choose a package with a limousine service, which picked them up at the hotel and then returned them happily married. Here comes the bride and groom and being met, with Aloha from Rev. Michael Nelson and Roger. Stephanie and Joseph are a very attractive couple dressed in a modern flair. A cascade bouquet of pinkish-ivory like roses and hydrangea awaits her.
A black shiny kukui nut lei for Joseph. A beautiful wedding on the sands of Hawaii is about to take place. The happy couple walks up the white bridge to the sandy altar where the Reverend waits. Sounding of the conch begins the Hawaiian ceremony of Stephanie and Joseph. A memorable wedding ceremony, just the two of them, so romantic, happily participating in the Hawaiian sand ceremony. The vows were most beautiful, the rings was gorgeous sparkling in the sun. With the traditional flower lei exchange, they became the new Joseph and Stephanie, kissing each other on both cheeks. Marriage certificates were signed and sealed. Many romantic wedding portraits were created for the newly weds, Joseph and Stephanie. A champagne limo ride back to the hotel. Celebration on the catamaran coming up. Congratulations guys!
With so many Hawaii wedding planners to choose from, it is a difficult task just to make a choice. We specialize in small Hawaii weddings on the beach only on Oahu, offering a stress free wedding of fun and with lots of Aloha. Our entire crew is a circle of Aloha and radiates the feeling of family (Ohana). Aloha has many meanings but the most important is “Love”. Aloha is contagious and we create an atmosphere of a family like wedding ceremony. Our minister and the rest of the crew creates a fun time, laughing and joking. Soon the bride and groom as well family joining in on the jokes and fun. That kind of atmosphere we call Ohana is our typical type of wedding. It is not necessary to have a large wedding package to have a romantic and memorable wedding.
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All you need is the feeling of love and togetherness with the help of our Aloha. A simple wedding for just the two of you, or with your loved ones to support you, will bring such joy and memories forever. There is no charge for having some loved ones join you on your special day. Amelia and Steven from Round Rock, Texas enjoyed a simply beautiful wedding on June 28, 2018 at Magic Island. A colorful haku head lei for the bride made Amelia princess of the day. A wedding ceremony of Aloha by Reverend Michael Nelson was well received. The couples love the blowing of the conch to begin the ceremony. The Aloha with happiness, joy, family, friends a special day with memories captured by photo images. A simple wedding can be so joyful and precious. Congratulations to Steven and Amelia.
On May 3, 2018, a life time of memories for the Hawaii wedding of Linda and Austin of Illinois. Linda used our wedding planning service and were delighted with the no stress beautiful wedding ceremony. She chose the peninsula of Waialae Beach near the Kahala hotel, next to the ocean and the beautiful panoramic view of Koko head. From the selection of our Hawaii wedding packages, she chose the Paradise package and added harp music, extra limousine service for her guests and extra leis of different types like maile and pikake. Beautiful Linda arrived via limousine. Her loving Mom stylishly dressed and her Dad in formal military uniform ready to give away their daughter to Austin.
Austin arrived early dressed in blue wearing a maile pikake lei, waited with Reverend Mike and his best man at the altar. Our camera crew prepared to capture the memories of this special day. The sound of the conch, Mom proceeds round the corner holding two yellow plumeria leis, the beautiful sound of the harp playing the Hawaiian wedding song. Here comes the bride holding a beautiful white bouquet, escorted by her father. Austin sees his beautiful bride for the first time that day.
A happy couple smiling and laughing were supported by many of their loved ones smiling along with them. A memorable Hawaii wedding ceremony they will forever cherish. A wonderful thing happened as they became husband and wife, exchanging plumeria leis as a gift of Aloha. Everyone gasped with surprise as a school of small fishes went leaping out of the water, three times making a half circle around the peninsula. We considered it a good omen for the new Austin and Linda. A Hawaii wedding beautifully captured for a lifetime of memories. Linda’s Mom ended up the winner of the bouquet toss. Thoughts of Hawaii weddings, Mom. Congratulations and Mahalo to Linda and Austin.
Chelsea and Jonathan, a wonderful fun loving couple from Canada, decided to get married in Hawaii. They chose to enjoy a beach wedding on Oahu, away from the cold weather back home. When they got here, they immediately fell in love with the warm weather, the beauty and the people. For Kamaainas like us, these past weeks have been a little on the chilly side, not to mention the passing showers. For Chelsea and Jonathan, every thing was perfect, they even found out their hotel (Luana) served free wine and cheese, to their delight.
The have been enjoying the Asian/Pacific celebration activities with parades and fireworks held every year in Waikiki The Hawaii wedding ceremony of Chelsea and Jonathan was on Monday, March 12, 2018, a rather cloudy day, and with a few drizzles for good luck, but otherwise a beautiful beach with gentle waves. Kahala Beach was a welcome sight, overcast horizon toward Koko head, yet open breathtaking ocean view. They were met with Aloha by our crew with our singer playing his ukulele in the background. Their beautiful Hawaii wedding ceremony was emotional at times,but a very joyful one. Rev. Mike and singer, Baron entertained them with Aloha and professionalism.
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Enjoying all the features of a Hawaiian wedding ceremony from the conch blowing, the singing of the Hawaiian wedding song with the melody of the ukulele, the unity sand ceremony, the traditional lei exchange. Most important of all, the marriage vows of Hawaii weddings, when two hearts became one. With the announcement of the new Jonathan and Chelsea, a beautiful Hawaiian love song was presented by Baron. With joy and happiness, a special Hawaii wedding hip hop music for the newlyweds to swing and sway to in celebration. What a fun wedding it was, enjoyed by everyone. We hope you enjoyed your Hawaii wedding ceremony filled with lifetime memories of the beginning of your lives together as a family. We enjoyed being with you and thank you both for sharing your day with us.
Our Hawaii weddings are filled with Aloha, love and joyous Ohana (family) celebrations. But a beautiful “Aloha gesture” from a fellow wedding planner was a blessing on the last day of December 2017. We would like to share with you, our story of the beautiful Hawaii wedding of Sandra and Mikesa at Kahala Beach. Most Hawaii wedding planners do plan weddings for gay couples, but it is more difficult to find a minister to do the ceremony.
For one reason or another, not all ministers offer gay wedding ceremonies. In most cases, we can identify couples for gay weddings by their names. However in this case our communication got lost. Our minister arrived but graciously recused himself. A real blessing for us, an angel saved this beautiful wedding day for Sandra and Mikesa. Another Hawaii wedding planner/minister was at the park for her wedding couple and offered her Aloha gesture. Although we are in the same business, we are all friends and from time to time help each other out. Hawaii’s Aloha gesture is alive and we are always happy to do the right thing to spread the Aloha. A true angel of Aloha, thank you Reverend Leah of Hawaiian eye weddings. Our couple was happy and thankfull.
Arrival by limousine, they were very nervous but were lovingly supported by their love ones. Milesa, beautiful in a stylish-fitted white/ivory dress and Sandra, very mod in a ivory colored tuxedo posed for beautiful portraits before the wedding ceremony. Waiting for Reverend Leah to finish her couple’s wedding, there was time for relaxation, and doing the photo shoot. Nervousness disappeared to smiles of happiness. Reverend Leah greeted our couple with sweetness and open arms of Aloha. A serene, beautiful day, gentle waves and a beautiful intimate Hawaii wedding ceremony by Reverend Leah. Thank you, Leah for saving our Hawaii wedding day, blessing our last day of 2017. Sandra and Mikesa were happily congratulated by their love ones. We are so happy for you, and thank you ever so much for supporting us. A wedding in Hawaii presents the new Sandra and Mikesa of Hawaii.
Lately, articles about “fake Hawaii weddings” have been published. These are not fake marriages, it is more like a Hawaii wedding blessing. These happy couples either elope or get married at home but want to experience a Hawaii wedding ceremony during their honeymoon. Many of the Asian couples are definitely married in Japan or wherever, but they desire what they call “photographic memories” during their honeymoon called “photo shoots”. I would say the correct term might be Hawaii vow renewals or Hawaii wedding blessings.
No marriage applications are needed from the State of Hawaii for these so called Hawaii weddings. Amy and Jay were married at the court house, but wanted the magical touch of Hawaii weddings. They wisely decided to splurge a little more on a Hawaii wedding package called the Paradise package. Sharing their Hawaii wedding ceremony with their love ones at home, was especially important for both of them. Photographic memories with a video of their wedding ceremony, limousine service, guitar/singer, a beautiful french bouquet and for Amy a white orchid haku head lei. Orchid leis were included for the offering of leis to each other, added to blowing of the conch and a unity sand ceremony.
Stylish white wedding gown for Amy with a veil, and a cream colored suit for Jay. Reverend Michael Nelson began the ceremony by blowing the conch, the guitar/singer played and sang the Hawaiian wedding song as the couple strolled to the altar. A beautiful day on December 30, 2017 at Magic Island, Ala Moana. Their limousine awaited to take them on a champagne sipping ride around Honolulu. Congratulations and Mahalo to the new Jay and Amy. Dinner at the Signature restaurant, celebration of Hawaii weddings.