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.
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.
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.
Hawaii church weddings are costly, just the church rental alone is over $1,000, adding the services of the minister, the photographic crew, flowers and bouquets, limousine service, hair and makeup and finally the reception can cost more then $30,000. In comparison, the Hawaii weddings of the destination kind can offer you many Hawaii wedding packages that are so much more intimate, family oriented and the cost is not even close to comparison with church weddings.
Hawaii weddings on the beach do not cost you anything for the location, it is included in the package. Some couples worry about the privacy factor on the beach, however, choosing a weekday for your wedding can create a more serene atmosphere. Choosing a weekend or a holiday as your wedding day is not advisable for a quiet wedding. Many local Hawaii residents are now having beach weddings and are hiring Hawaii wedding planners to help them. Kaegil and Andrew are Hawaii residents, did just that.
They wrote to us saying “Thank you for helping to make our day special. Very much appreciated, Irene and Roger. Take care”. On January 27, 2018 was a weekend but with very few beachgoers. A beautiful quiet spot at Kahala Beach near a cove, created a privacy of sort. A bunch of loved ones joined them to support them on their special day, even bought along a beautiful wedding cake. Beautiful Kaegil in a champagne colored wedding dress has been friends with her bridesmaid since 2nd grade in Lahaina, Maui. Andrew dressed in black and maroon formals is originally from West Virginia, but resides in Hawaii serving our country.
A simple wedding with their love ones to witness their happiness and perhaps dinner with them to celebrate, was their plan for their special day. A beautiful Hawaiian wedding ceremony by Reverend Mike, ending with the offering of the gift of Aloha. We introduce our happy couple, the Andrew and Kaegil of Honolulu. By saving money on a beach destination type of wedding, they can spend more on other priorities of life in Hawaii. Mahalo for having 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.
We, as Hawaii wedding planners, are ready for any emergencies that might happen on our planned Hawaii weddings. January 13, 2018 began as a beautiful Saturday morning, people preparing to enjoy the Martin Luther King weekend.
It was the Hawaii wedding day of Ashley and Daegan, scheduled for 2:00 in the afternoon at Waialae-Kahala Beach. Waialae golf course was beginning to swing with the Sony golf tournament to finish off the weekend. The red alert came over the phone “emergency alert, ballistic missile threat, this is not a drill”. There was out of control panic all over Hawaii, until the word was out that it was not true. It was not even Friday, the 13th, it was Saturday the 13th.
Hawaii must regroup on their emergency threat plan. Things got worse when the Golf channel called to strike at the Sony open. The wedding of beautiful Ashley and Daegan turned out to be a wonderful wedding ceremony by Reverend Michael Nelson. Ashley and Daegan happly arrived at the park looking calm and did not even mention the incident that almost messed up their Hawaii wedding day, She looked lovely in a lace dress, as they happily walked holding hands strolling the sandy beach. The waves were gentle that day, they found the atmosphere so different then their home State of Kansas.
Their quiet and intimate Hawaiian wedding ceremony began with the blowing of the conch. To begin uniting their lives together, a unity sand ceremony was held. Beautiful vows of promise, followed by exchanging rings of beauty filled with meaning. The Hawaiian lei exchange is the gift of love. Ashley and Daegen promised each other their love by their written vows. Leis were accepted as gifts of Aloha as they were pronounced the new Daegan and Ashley. Congratulations to a sweet couple. Thank you both for serving our country in the Marine Corp and Air Force. They will join each other in Hawaii in a few months.
Our Hawaii weddings during the winter holiday season are usually simple and intimate. December business is slower then normal for Weddings in Hawaii, but enjoyable, much cooler then the summer months. It is a great destination wedding month getting away from the wintery snow weather on the mainland. With the hustle and bustle of getting ready for the Thanksgiving/Christmas holidays most people prefer to spend holidays at home with family. However in our opinion, this is he best time of the year for Hawaii beach weddings. The wedding locations are beautiful with blue-green ocean capped with white waves, there are less people on the beach which creates a serene atmosphere. The cool trade winds helps, and humidity is low. Although we offer many Hawaii wedding packages, our favorites are small, romantic Hawaii weddings. We have a lot of fun doing these weddings, the best part is seeing and feeling their happiness as they say “I DO” . A wedding in Hawaii need not cost a fortune, a simple one that is affordable to you is what we offer everyone. Couple of December weddings were enjoyed spending between $300 to $600 and they even had left over for the dinner celebration.
Congratulations to Stephen and Barbra of San Diego. California. They chose December 2, 2017 as their special day, saying their vows on the shores of Waialae Beach Park, showcasing the beautiful sight off Kahala Beach. Arriving with his families and love ones, Stephen was in an all white outfit. The beautiful Barbra was stylish in layered white wonder with a headband around her forehead.She held sprig of flowering orchid branch for color. As the limousine arrived, we got some liquid sunshine, a lucky omen for Hawaii weddings. Passing showers brought a serene sunny atmosphere minutes later. As our Reverend Nelson blew his conch shell, Barbra, escorted by her son, walked to the altar to be received by Stephen. A beautiful Hawaiian wedding ceremony for the new Stephen and Barbra. Emotional but extremely happy couple. Congratulations and Mahalo.
On December 3, 2017 we met Mahesh and Sai who are of Indian ancestry and welcomed the colorful cultures of our Hawaii weddings. Mahesh and his friends are serving our country in the U.S. Army and are stationed in Hawaii. A simple Hawaii wedding at Kahala Beach was their dream. The display of colorful Indian saris and outfits were beautiful. Bride Sai, sparkled with gold jewelries, make up style of a Indian princess sari. Her sari was gorgeously bright with colors of green, orange, purple and gold. Mahesh wore a dark blue Nehru Indian outfit. Sai’s friend wore a sari of purple, blue, gold. Fellow friends also dressed accordingly. A beautiful simple wedding by Reverend Mike Nelson. Congratulations and Mahalo to the new Mahesh and Sai of Honolulu, Hawaii.
Mele Kalikimaka from A wedding in Hawaii.