Surprise, Mom! We had a Hawaii wedding ceremony at Magic Island

“Just the two of us”. Sometimes a trip to Hawaii to enjoy a vacation and secretly elope to get married is fun and the right thing to do for them. A simple Hawaii wedding on the shores of one of Hawaii’s most popular beaches was what Laraya and Erik dreamed of. They chose a popular Hawaii wedding location called Magic Island, located at the Ala Moana beach park. The famous background of historic Diamond Head and beautiful Waikiki Beach in the distance. Laraya loves the brilliant colors and flowers of Hawaii. For their Hawaiian wedding, November 5. 2018, a beautiful multi-colored orchid “haku” head lei was a must, giving her the look of a Hawaiian princess bride. A cascade bouquet mostly white tinted with red/pinkish baby roses and yellow orchids, sprays of purple orchids was a beautiful addition to her beautiful white gown.

On most Hawaii beach weddings, the groom chooses white long sleeve shirt and khaki trousers or walking shorts. Foot wear for comfort are slaps. (slippers). A dark double purple orchid lei was brightened Erik’s outfit. A gorgeous morning for a Hawaiian wedding, our couple arrived by limousine, happily meeting minister, Reverend Michael Nelson. Strolling hand in hand for a romantic walk to our Hawaii wedding location, beautiful memories were being created with loving photos. Our Hawaii wedding ceremonies are relaxing and fun for all.

Erik attempted to blow the conch and was successful three times. Good job, Erik. With the ceremony beginning with the sound conch shell, Laraya and Erik was in their own dream world . After their personal vows to each other and the traditional Hawaiian lei exchange. they were pronounced the new Erik and Laraya. Looking at each other, a huge smile and laughter from both as they kissed for the first time being husband and wife. A beautiful memorable Hawaii wedding ceremony. Mom, surprise! We are now married. Congratulations and Mahalo to our wonderful couple.

Two Became One

It was  memorable and stress free Hawaii wedding ceremony for Rachel and Benjamin, on August 18, 2018 on the sandy dunes  of  Waialae Beach Park. Rachel began their Hawaii wedding and honeymoon plans  ten months ago and chose the beautiful Hawaii wedding location at Waialae Beach Park. Along with our Big Fat Hawaiian wedding package, it was a perfect venue combination.  She had everything she wanted and added a few more extras.

Two limousines brought the bridal party and their loved ones on this sunny and but cool tradewind day. Aloha greetings with ukulele music greeted them, along with Reverend Michael Nelson and the photo/video crew. Gorgeous Rachel and handsome Benjamin, dressed in such stylish white wedding fashion. A beautiful elegant deluxe white bouquet to high light Rachel’s fashion. The gift of Aloha from Rachel and Ben to their loved ones, were kukui nut leis, and floral orchid leis.  This day 8/18/18 is one of the special day for

Hawaii weddings chosen by wedding couples this year. Cameras are ready to capture this special day to create the beginning of their love story. They walk down the white bridge for the last time as two, when they cross back after the wedding, they will do so as one.  Sounding of the conch, singing of the Hawaiian wedding song, binding of their lives together with a Hawaiian sand ceremony began the ceremony bringing tearful emotional vows of marriage. Beautiful white double orchid leis were exchanged as gifts of Aloha.  A Hawaiian love song was dedicated to the new Benjamin and Rachel by our singer.Congratulations and Mahalo for sharing your Hawaii wedding with us.

Beautiful August Hawaii Wedding

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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!

 

Hawaii Wedding Dream Came True

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A free spirit couple from Poland traveling through out the United States stopped in Hawaii to have a Hawaii wedding ceremony. Jakub and Natalia booked their wedding plans in Hawaii as they traveled through out the U. S. choosing May 4, 2018 as their special date. Natalia loves the beautiful white sandy beaches and the blue/green ocean with little surrounding islands in between. They chose to have their most important day of their lives to get married at Waimanalo Bay Beach. The happy couple looked like a prince and his beautiful princess bride.

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A haku head lei of brilliant hot pink flowers with yellow and green completing the lei, a look of a blonde Hawaiian princess dressed in a fashionable dress. He looked great in walking shorts with white shirt and a fragrant green maile lei. He also added a fashionable hat. Reverend Mike’s Hawaiian ceremony and words will always be a memory cherished as they travel further into their venture as husband and wife. Beautiful photos and mementos as Natalia and Jakub said “I do take thee”. Jakub carried his bride and swirled her around. A perfect beginning to their life together. They will visit San Francisco, Las Vega, Tampa & Cleveland before Jakub heads for a conference in New Orleans. Congratulations and Mahalo.

Hawaii Weddings With a Lifetime of Memories

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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.

 

A Beautiful, Emotional Hawaii Wedding

So much love, they started hugging and kissing as they stepped out of their limousine. She cried throughout their Hawaii wedding ceremony, he kept his cool until he said “I DO”, then they both cried with happiness. The Hawaii wedding of Jennifer S. and Charles O. was beautiful and memorable. Memories were captured with many photographs and video coverage. They even live streamed their Hawaiian ceremony to loved ones at home in Yucca Valley. Waimanalo Bay Beach on April 12, 2018 was beautiful, the bride and groom were so impressed with the the panoramic view.

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This couple chose our Hawaii wedding package with many wedding ceremony goodies, starting the day with hair and makeup in their hotel room for Jennifer and a long limousine ride from Waikiki to the windward side, Waimanalo, Oahu. Dressed in formal wedding attire, they were greeted by Reverend Michael, with guitar music in the air and camera crews in action. A cascade bouquet of pink  and white roses, with cascades of white orchids highlighted her attire. We let our couples choose whether they desire to have a processional or not for their Hawaii wedding ceremony. Jen and Charles chose to walk in together down the white sandy aisle. Our minister blew his conch shell then guitar music with the song requested by the couple, John Legends “All About Me” beautifully sung by our singer.

Jennifer and Charles begin their journey to become one in heart and life. Beginning their lives together with the Hawaiian unity sand ceremony to combine their lives of yesteryears and their future. Smiling and crying Jennifer, tears did not stop until the very end of their ceremony.  This Hawaii wedding ceremony with beautiful vows and ring exchange concluding with the flower lei ceremony, will be forever treasured by the new Charles ad Jennifer. They enjoyed their photo and video shoot on the beautiful Hawaiian beach, as well as the wooded area of Sherwood Forest.  Holding their treasured decorative certificate of marriage, they prepared to enjoy the limousine ride,, sipping champagne along the eastern coast of Oahu. A happy couple with a Hawaii wedding of their dreams, with memories to last forever. Mahalo for sharing your happy day with us.

 

Hats for Hawaiian Weddings

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.

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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.

 

They Had Fun at Their Hawaii Wedding Ceremony

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.

hawaii-wedding-ceremonyThe 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 Plumeria Hawaii Wedding Package

Many of our Hawaii wedding couples are interested in a small intimate ceremony with a simple wedding package. The most important aspect for them is a feeling of Aloha, starting with the wedding planner. Once you establish that feeling of Aloha and trust, everything will fall into place. You do not need too large of a Hawaii wedding package, just having a personable minister, a location with the Hawaiian ambiance and serenity, a professional photographer and a few joyful enjoyments, like flowers or leis. Just the feeling of intimacy and thought of “just the two of us”, a feeling that no one else exists at this very moment.   Have your wedding in Hawaii planned for you , no worries, no stress.

Look over your reservation confirmation for details then simply, call us when you arrive. Pick up your license and arrive at your wedding. Don’t forget to bring the license and your rings with you.  Meeting you with Aloha, will be your planners, minister and photographer.  Your will soon become husband and wife with a beautiful Hawaiian wedding ceremony with memories to keep forever.  We share stories of two of our recent couples enjoying a “just the two of us” Hawaii wedding.  On March 5, 2018 at the Kahala Beach location, Elena and Dmitry, professionals from Russia, said their vows of “I do” with Reverend Mike Nelson. They enjoyed the Hawaiian ceremony with the blowing of the conch shell, sand ceremony, lei exchange and blessings. They are from Russia and have been traveling the U.S. They simply love Hawaii. Our Plumeria package was perfect for them. In appreciation the new Dmitry and Elena responded with “Photos are wonderful” and “thank you both for a wonderful wedding day”.

Our second couple is from Kansas City, Kansas, Christi and David. Christi, happy and always full of laughter was dressed in a simple but stylish gown. David looked great in casuals. They love the ocean and beaches of Hawaii. They are perfectly satisfied laying back on the beach and enjoying the sun. water and atmosphere. On March 7 2018, a clear blue sky at Kahala Beach, looking in the far distance on the horizon, a shape of the next island down, Lanai. Some days you can spot the island of Maui as well. The quiet and intimate wedding of Christi and David began with the blowing of the conch by Reverend Mike. They also chose the simple Hawaii wedding package called Plumeria.  With the Hawaiian blessing and wedding vows, holding hand, smiling with locked eyes, “two became one”. Simply a beautiful ceremony surrounded by Hawaii’s natural environment and gentle waves.The new David and Christi promised to return to Hawaii some day soon.  Small and simple, you will enjoy Hawaii weddings. as did Dmitry & Elena and David and Christi. They return home with treasured memories of over 100 photo images. Mahalo and Aloha from A wedding in Hawaii.

 

Hawaii Vow Renewals and Weddings at Their Best

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Summer will soon be here, popular months to enjoy Hawaii vow renewals, not to mention weddings in Hawaii. Just relax and enjoy your special day with a romantic ceremony of Hawaii vow renewal or wedding. With no feelings of stress, bringing  back the happy memories of your original marriage vows. The vows and the atmosphere of Hawaii vow renewals may be different then your original, but the feeling and meaning remain the same or may be greater. We only have six packages but you can always customize to your own preference. Our largest asset to you is offering you over 100 professionally edited pictures on most of our packages. Our recent couple came all the way from England.

The were extremely happy for the love they felt with the memories of their Hawaii vow renewal ceremony combined with their church wedding 35 years ago. Celebrating 35 years of happiness, after getting married in the Church of England, they created a wonderful life together with  some ups an downs, as all do. Elaine and Chris chose a small but romantic vow renewal ceremony with historic Diamond Head in the background at Magic Island.  It is a gorgeous Hawaiian day on March 1, 2018.  It was Chris who romantically suggested the idea of a Hawaii vow renewal and a honeymoon on Oahu.

Elaine was radiant in a off white lace dress, and Chris was cool in white shirt and khaki walking shorts. A beautiful french bouquet for Elaine with sprays of  pink and purple orchids. As they stood holding hands, Reverend Mike Nelson blew the conch shell to begin their Hawaiian vow renewal ceremony.  Facing each other, Elaine and Chris held hands and enjoyed the beautiful ceremony renewing their vows of 35 years ago. Giving each other the gift of Aloha (shell leis) with kisses on each cheek, they became the renewed Chris and Elaine.  Cheers to you! Celebration at Nico’s restaurant to follow. Chris has had many travels as a engineer for his government. Congratulations and many happy years of celebration.