Hawaii vow renewal blissful 10 years

Celebration of love with a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony, returning after ten years of wedded bliss, Linda and Chuck Smith duplicated their 2007 wedding ceremony. Ten years ago, Rev. Frank Mak provided this beautiful couple with a memorable wedding ceremony at Moili Gardens at Koolau Ranch on Oahu. Returning to vacation here with their original love ones, to enjoy renewing their promise with a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony. Staying at the Marriott Koolina Resort near the Aulani Disney Resort, they took a long ride via limousine to get married at Kahala Beach. February 21, 2017, a beautiful day next to the beach with gentle waves. Beautiful Linda, very stylish in her cream colored simply elegant gown and beautiful hair/make up do.  Chuck, very handsome in black tux. Greeting everyone with the baritone voice of singer/guitarist, Baron singing songs of Hawaii.  French bouquet of white hydrangea and lots of dark pink baby roses and green orchids for Linda and her bride’s maid. Matching bout for Chuck and his best man. Rev Frank Mak greeted them with and their “there he is!” with fond memories of their minister. Guitar playing, cameras running to capture this Hawaii vow renewal day with a beautiful love story in the making on video. Opening with a Aloha and welcome, followed by a  blessing  we begin the Hawaii vow renewal ceremony of Linda and Chuck Smith. Ceremony very similar to their Hawaii wedding vows 10 years ago, except they re-avowed their promise and commitment.  beautiful ceremony by Rev. Frank included a Hawaiian chant, blessing of the rings, unity sand ceremony, the traditional lei exchange (beautiful white double orchid leis), the Hawaiian wedding song and other songs of Hawaii by Baron.  The signing of certificates and photo/video session completed with the limousine champagne ride to dinner at Sarento’s on the top of the Ilikai.   After dinner they departed on the limousine back to their resort hotel. Congratulations and deep appreciation for your love and support.

 

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Simple intimate Hawaii weddings

Creating a magical wedding without much money can happen for Hawaii weddings. Sandy beach locations with a view of beautiful sparkling ocean was chosen by Yi Fang Liu and Shawn Tybor of Victorville, California. On February 16, 2017, Yi and Shawn arrived with their Dad and couple of love ones at Waialae Beach Park.  Beautiful bride Yi Fang with a oriental grace, wore a fitted gown of cream color. A white tux for her handsome husband to be, Shawn.  A day of tropical Hawaiian sunshine, warm sand, a little breezy Hawaiian tradewind will be a memorable opening of a special day.  Minister Michael Nelson presented them with blessings of Hawaii weddings of love. Conch shell, Hawaiian unity sand ceremony began this Ohana style Hawaiian wedding ceremony.  Shawn’s father read a passage from the Bible.  The bright sun made it difficult for Dad to read from the electronic tablet, however, he did a great job making Yi Fang and Shawn happy with smiles of joy. Everyone wore artificial leis of colors, pink or blue. The bride and groom exchanged shell leis we provided for them to celebrate the traditional Hawaiian lei exchange. The Hawaiian tradition of our Reverend Mike’s ceremony have the bride and groom each say a few words of love and thank you, before being pronounced husband and wife.  After presenting the gift of Aloha, presentation of the new Yi Fang and Shawn Tybor. By Rev. Mike Nelson  “By the power vested in me by the state of Hawaii, I now pronounce you husband and  wife”  Blessings and congratulations from their love ones. Hawaii weddings are magical. They will celebrate by having dinner at the Shore Bird restaurant at the Outrigger on the beach. Mahalo for having us on your special day of Hawaii weddings.

 

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Surprise Hawaii vow renewal ceremony

A surprise Hawaii vow renewal ceremony for his wife. Mike Farr planned a surprise Hawaii vow renewal for his wife of twenty-five years communicating with us from Senoia, Georgia via internet for Hawaii weddings. Mike and Candy blissful marriage for twenty-five years, came to Hawaii for vacation to visit their son stationed in the Navy at Pearl Harbor. In the mean time, he and their daughter and son surprised Candy with a limousine ride to Waialae Beach Park to participate in a Hawaii vow renewal ocean front ceremony.  They all arrived dressed in color of Navy blue, and son in Naval uniform. It is a very special day, February 20, 2017,  a lovely sunny but brisk day at beautiful Kahala Beach in Honolulu. A greeting of Aloha from our staff and the Reverend Michael  Nelson. Strolling in the sand hand in hand to the garden alter of their Hawaii vow renewal setting. Gentle waves on the beach greeted them for a serene, intimate ceremony. A ceremony so different and vows similar but so familiar in meaning from their original wedding. Their children there with them for this Hawaii vow renewal ceremony meant so much for them. They will cherish the words and the day forever. The conch shell, the Hawaiian unity sand ceremony, the blessing of the rings, the floral leis exchange, of course the re-vows of marriage. The renewal of Mike and Candy Farr, a memorable ceremony. A very special Hawaii vow renewal.  Mahalo for having us on this special day. Congratulations. Enjoying champagne on their limo ride, they celebrated dinner at BLT, Trump restaurant.  Aloha!

 

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Love and unity of Hawaii weddings

Why does Hawaii weddings with ceremony on the  shores of Hawaii beach, bring a unique feeling of serenity and beauty within the couple?  As planners of Hawaii weddings, our love for people brings us to help couples to have the least stress on their special day.  Small or large, Hawaii weddings are treated the same.  Hey, just the two of them like the wedding of Tina Kimmer and Ken Healy on February 20, 2017 at Kahala Beach. This loving and so very nice couple met and fell in love in their second half of their life, after the passing of Tina’s husband. They are so happy and so surreal to be experiencing  Hawaii weddings of love. They never dreamed of this happening after being independent for a time. They are cruising on the Holland America Westerdam cruise ship sailing from San Diego to the islands for their honeymoon. Stopping by in Honolulu, at port met the State representative to get their Hawaii marriage license. Hawaii being the Aloha State, the rep was very nice to meet them at port, since the State office was closed for he holiday. Anyways,  this special day and dream became realized with the meeting of Rev Michael Nelson at Waialae Beach Park. We met them to join them with the aura of love and Aloha at Waialae Beach Park. Strolling in the sands of Kahala Beach hand in hand, Tina and Ken entered their beautiful green garden of their Hawaiian wedding ceremony. At 1:00 pm they became the new Tina and Ken Healy with celebration of the conch, unity sand ceremony, ring exchange and most important the vows. The gift of Aloha, beautiful purple orchid lei. They lunched at the Kahala Hotel next door before going back to their cruise ship. Hawaii weddings are so full of love, so happy couple with no stress, just arrive and we will do the rest.  Congratulations, we are most grateful and happy to have shared your special day. Trip back on your cruise ship, enjoy.

 

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Gay Hawaii weddings

What a happy Hawaiian day it was for celebration of gay Hawaii weddings on the beautiful sparkling beaches of Hawaii. January 20,  2017, love ones gathered for the wedding ceremony of John Svikhart and David Dornfeld of Atlantic Highlands in New Jersey. They have been together as best friends and sharing blissful love and life together for twenty nine years. A marriage long time coming for them.  Hawaii gay weddings are growing since it became legal. Before then, many came to enjoy Hawaii weddings, to have a commitment ceremony only. We welcome all gay Hawaii weddings as well as any persons who desire to get married in Hawaii.  John and David arrived on a white limousine together with their love ones. They are of Jewish faith and we incorporated some Jewish customs as desired.  Reverend Karen Mak officiated, a romantic and sweet Hawaiian ceremony the couple and friends thoroughly enjoyed.  They gave each guest and ceremony participant a brown kukui nut lei and white orchid leis as a Aloha and Mahalo gift for their support .  Rev. Mak greeted everyone with a hearty ALOHA, to begin this special moment for John and David to become one.  A beautiful day at Waialae Beach Park, standing in the sand with a beautiful scenic background of the beach, sparkling ocean/waves and Koko head, a majestic backdrop.  Two separate readings were said by their love ones, rings and flowers were blessed.  A Hawaiian sand ceremony to mix their lives. The exchange of love rings and leis of Aloha. Finally, their Jewish custom of crushing wrapped bottles with their foot.  Finally legal, the union long awaited, John and David.  Fond memories of gay Hawaii weddings.  Congratulations, guys, enjoy your honeymoon and the memories in photographs you have received.   Mahalo nui loa!

 

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Hawaii weddings of love

Love is the foundation of Hawaii weddings, the beginning of the commitment, building of families. Love is the foundation of families, Ohana as we say in Hawaii. We had the pleasure of having to create a memorable relaxed, serene wedding ceremony for Dayna Clarke and Craig Schmidt of West Jordan, Utah. A beautiful, perfect couple! The love we offer for our Hawaii weddings are very enjoyable for us. The deepest Aloha goes into all of our Hawaii weddings by each and everyone of our crew.  It is finally January 17, 2017, the very special day of the lives of Dayna and Craig, beautiful weather at Waimanalo Bay beach park, at Sherwood Forest. Here comes the bridal party slowly arriving on our white limousine.  Greeted by our very Rev. Michael Nelson and photo, video crew, we finally meet this wonderful couple and their two friends. The video will capture their every move to document this special ceremony and event. Dayna dressed in a beautiful cream colored gown with large pink satin sash to highlight at high waist. Matching bouquet of dark pink baby roses, pink-yellow large roses was gorgeous and a perfect match. As she mentioned, this is truly her colors. We are so happy she is pleased.  Hawaii weddings, where is the groom?  Handsome Craig very relaxed in while long sleeve shirt and tan trouser.  He gets a boutonniere of pink-yellow tinge roses.  Their friends, lovely people as the bride and groom are. They are ready to get married!  On the white sands of Waimanalo Beach, so vast and serene (very few people scattered in the mile long beach), a perfect wedding day. Presentation of gifts of lei to their friends., then the conch blowing by Rev. Mike.  They each commit their love in Marriage, followed by the sand ceremony to blend their lives together. The vows of faith, hope and love in marriage bringing tears of emotion.The rings, circle of no end. The gift of Aloha, exchanging of floral lei and a few words of love and gratitude.  Rev.Mike pronounces the new couple, as husband and wife on this beautiful Hawaiian day 17th of January, year 2017. Congratulations and it is time to sign your Hawaii marriage certificate.  Most admirable and nicest couple, love is Hawaii weddings. Many photos and memorable wedding video production. Mahalo so much, it was super meeting you, will never forget you.

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Intimate Hawaii weddings

Take the stress away, Hawaii weddings without stress, intimate Hawaii weddings, just the two of you.  Couples so in love but want quiet Hawaii weddings on the beach need not look far to get a stress free lovely wedding. Christina Bebas and Eric Kaniu did just that. After finding our web site on Google, under Hawaii weddings, watched our ceremony on video tape, the decision was made.  On January 6, 2017, a perfect Hawaiian day, their day of joy finally arrived.  What a beautiful loving couple, she from Massachusetts, he from Kenya. Love in the air, happiness and love twinkled in their eyes. They are so much best friends as much as in love with each other. A simple intimate wedding just the two of them. What else if needed for all Hawaii weddings. Rev. Michael Nelson welcomed Christina and Eric with fond Aloha. Christina was born on Christmas Day, what a blessed gift of love. Beautiful Christina is a gift of love for handsome Eric. This beautiful Aloha Friday, two O’Clock in the afternoon at Kahala Beach, a soft tradewind and gentle waves on the sand. Blowing of the conch shell,  Rev Michael began a Hawaiian ceremony they will always cherish.  The promise and pledge to accept this marriage as sacred.  Hawaii weddings of blending the lives of two, the past, the present and the future are shown symbolic in the traditional  Hawaiian sand ceremony. The permission to participate is usually granted by couples having Hawaii weddings.  Exchange of vows, so loving.  Rings of eternal love exchanged.   What a happy couple. The gift of Aloha or gift of Love,  after the blessing of the leis. Each had a quiet moment to say a few words of love before being pronounced husband and wife. Rev. Michael Nelson presents the words Eric and Christina has been waiting for. The new lovely Christina and Eric Kaniu!  Mahalo for having us join you on this special day. Enjoy the pictures/memories and restaurant Azure at the Royal. Best choice of dinner celebration.  Aloha!

 

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Hawaii weddings beach locations

A gorgeous Hawaiian day, beautiful Waimanalo Bay Sherwoods, Hawaii weddings of Paradise. On Friday, January 6, 2017,  at 11:00 a.m., a beautiful and serene Hawaiian atmosphere.  Not crowded with very few people enjoying the mile long white sandy beach.  The best time of the day on a week day. Many Hawaii weddings are enjoyed at the Park, especially in the afternoon time or during sun rise. The wedding of Laura Martinez and Mark Riddle, a perfect Hawaiian wedding day, so blessed to have.  They arrived with their two children and grandparents, what a wonderful family. Arriving early, not getting lost, an ideal couple for Hawaii planners.  We appreciate this a lot.  Their musician arrived.  Rev. Michael Nelson warmly greeted the lovely Laura and Mark and advised them of what to expect during the ceremony.  Floral Haku head leis are often requested by brides. She looked like a princess as Mark helped her. Their daughter already had one with woven coconut leaves.  For the ceremony, two children’s flower leis, and two floral leis for the grand parents.  Mark/Laura floral exchange, the gift of Aloha.  Presentation with blessing at the end of the ceremony for traditional customary Hawaii weddings. The quiet and serene atmosphere with gentle sounds of waves washing up on the beach was such a welcome.  The island of Lanai and Molokai far in the distance, a rare sight to see. That is how clear it was. Beginning this ceremony on this special day with a song, strumming ukulele by their singer/friend, they strolled down the aisle. The sound of conch echoed loud and clear opening the way to bless them in their union. Blending their lives together, pouring sand into one container, children joined in the ceremony.  The vows to each other brought tears of emotion to both. Rings were exchanged and a long but beautiful private words of love and thank you to each other. Finally, the lei exchange and presentation of flower leis to their children and grandparents.  A beautiful memorable union of marriage. Hawaii weddings creating the extension of love and devotion for the future life of Laura and Mark Riddle. Mahalo for your generosity and for being such loving people. Enjoy your Diamond head luau. Treasure your many beautiful pictures.

 

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Our memorable Hawaii weddings

A new year, January 2, 2017, a perfect, sunny, light tradewind day for Hawaii weddings on the South shore of the island of Oahu. Locations for Hawaii weddings are usually on the beautiful beaches of  this island. The wedding of Dayna Labbe and Kevin Robinson this second day of the new year, will be at Magic Island, the people’s park in Honolulu. This allows a scenic view of historical Diamond Head in the backdrop, with sparkling aqua blue ocean, white surfs with surfers far out in the distance, boat harbor and Waikiki beach on the far left in the distance. Luckily a sunny day with gentle tradewind. An ultimate wedding package of Hawaii weddings, the day started for Dayna with hair and make up at her hotel room by Beverly. Hair was swept up, and down on one side of her shoulder, with many white orchid & pins of blings. Beautiful bride for our Hawaii weddings album.  A luxurious white limousine arrived to pick them up at the hotel. Arriving at Magic Island, a royal welcome from our photo/video crew and Rev. Michael Nelson. Serenading singer/ukulele player with songs of Hawaii.  Beautiful couple.  Gorgeous Dayna in a white wedding dress, train and veil, a black glittering bag matching her earrings, a memento black/white sequenced bouquet. Kevin so debonair in black and white tux, black and white dress shoes.  The video love story of a new beginning, for new year 2017 Hawaii weddings has begun. The very handsome couple strolled together, happily arm in arm as the video camera caught their romantic stroll.  They decided not to walk down the aisle, but start the ceremony above the walls near the waters off Magic Island. The blowing of the conch shell by the Reverend. Beautiful Hawaiian wedding song by Baron with his Aloha ukulele. (We can use either guitar or ukulele which ever you desire.) The welcome, the pledge to promise by Rev. Mike. The sand ceremony mixing Dayna’s and Kevin’s lives past, present, the future.  The wedding vows so beautiful, so happy. The stunning rings and the traditional lei exchange, the gift of Aloha. A love song of Hawaii to honor the new Dayna and Kevin was given and enjoyed. We are proud to present the newly weds, the Johnson’s from Texas.  So many pictures to enjoy, a beautiful video,  the limousine awaits to swish them to celebrate at the top of the Ilikai, Sarento’s, sipping champagne in the limousine.  A sunset dinner and Limousine will return to pick them up after dinner to relax at their hotel. A beautiful end of the day, and a new beginning.  Mahalo and have a super honeymoon.  Perfect Hawaii weddings.

 

 

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A Memorable Hawaii vow renewal

Fifty years of marriage celebrated with a beautiful Hawaii vow renewal ceremony on a gorgeous Hawaiian day on the sands of Waialae Beach. December 29, 2016, distinguished couple Fusako and Hirohisa Niizumi of Japan were to celebrate their “Golden Anniversary” status by having a Hawaii vow renewal. With all their family members  present, Fusako ad Hirohisa’s wonderful children (who resides in the U.S) planned this special event for their parents. A vow renewal or the participation of Hawaii vow renewal is rather unusual for couples from Japan. This custom is highly popular in America especially in Hawaii.  The limousine arrival of this fine couple was captured by our film crew to document their special ceremony.  Dressed casually but looking very sophisticated, this couple happily strolled together to meet the Rev. Michael Nelson.  Fusako received a beautiful french bouquet with tropical flowers.  A matching boutonniere was presented to Hirohisa. He is one who sincerely smiles with brilliance. This Hawaii vow renewal was done in both English and Japanese language combined with some traditional Hawaiian prayer. A  meaningful ceremony commemorating fifty years of happy marriage with a Hawaii vow renewal flair, by Rev. Mike Nelson. The stage was set with loved ones, grand children gathering around in the sand.  Fusako and Hirohisa cross the bridge and strolls down the aisle arm in arm smiling happily at their family. Bowing is a custom of Japan, with the couple bowing and in return minister bows. The sound of the conch, the prayer, the exchange of flower leis as traditionally Hawaiian. The vow exchange is in Japanese language. English language completes the ceremony renewing the marriage of Fusako and Hirohisa Niizumi to everyone. The beautiful video presentation and photo coverage will forever seal the celebration of the golden anniversary of the Niizumi family. Congratulations and Mahalo, Maiko Niizumi and husband for choosing us and Mahalo for your generosity.

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