Hawaii weddings barefoot in the sand

Planning to get married in Hawaii? Where do we begin? Planning of Hawaii weddings from afar are not easy, it can be tricky and our advise is to leave it up to a professional Hawaii wedding planners with experience and who are trustworthy. Please check with the Hawaii Business Bureau for advise before choosing a planner. Our specialty is planning small, stress free, Ohana (family) style of weddings on the beach in Oahu. We offer a friendly, Aloha environment with no stress. We create a fun and happy wedding ceremony with memories of a lifetime. Our crew are people loving and fun loving enjoying what they do. Trina and J.D. flew in from Washington state the day before their wedding. We present to you this day, May 15, 2018, a beautiful Hawaiian afternoon at Waialae Beach Park, the wedding of Trina and J. D. Most couples of our Hawaii weddings are very relaxed and fun loving. We do have on occasions where they are unable to take away the nervousness until the occasion is over. This beautiful couple is so happy and jubilant, it is like we are old friends. Hawaii weddings seems to be the time to enjoy the warm sand in between your toes “barefoot in the sand ceremony” is what Trina chose. Standing on the sand dunes with a panoramic view of the blue ocean, Koko head beyond, with blue skies above, what a dramatic stage for a Hawaiian wedding. Laughing together, holding hands, the beautiful Princess Trina and her Prince J. D., promised to commit their lives together with the mixing of sand in a sand ceremony. The traditional blowing of the conch by the Reverend, followed by marriage vows, blessed with the exchanging of beautiful rings preceded the presentation of the “gift of Aloha”. Flower leis made of orchids were exchanged, with a message of love to each other before being pronounced the new J.D. and Trina. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us on this most special day in Hawaii.

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Hawaii wedding ceremony for couple from South Korea

Their traditional wedding will be held in South Korea but having Hawaii wedding ceremony on the beach of Hawaii was a beautiful dream experience for Minyoung Yu and Juhwan Choi. This extremely sweet, gentile and refined couple are professionals in Korea employed as dedicated Veterinarians. Caring for animals seem to be a perfect fit for their personna. Traveling to America, they stopped in Hawaii to enjoy a Hawaii wedding ceremony. The date they chose for their Hawaii wedding day on the beach was May 15, 2018. Hawaii provided them with a gorgeous sunny and serene morning. Kahala Beach on a spot with green lawn, coconut trees swaying and the sandy beach just below the altar. Everything Minyoung and Juhwan dreamed about. To share with their loved ones for their traditional Korean wedding, they recorded their long awaited Hawaii wedding ceremony. Minyoung, sweet and beautiful wore a stylish but simple creme colored flowing long dress, accented by a tiara and peal jewelries. A Bunch of white Daisies tied with ribbon was the simple bouquet made by herself. Juhwan was cute and comfortable in casuals. Reverend Michael Nelson spent a short time conversing with them just to get acquainted. Minyoung wanted harp music for her beach wedding, our harpist played soft beautiful music through out the ceremony. We always offer the couples a choice to walk down the aisle or not. They decided to walk down together. Reverend Mike blew his conch shell, and the harpist played the Hawaiian wedding song as the couple walked up the aisle. Three beauties of the Hawaii wedding they loved are the traditional Hawaiian sand ceremony, and the lei exchange which is the gift of Aloha. Enjoying the ring exchange and pronouncing them as two hearts becoming one was a time of tender moments. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us, Juhwan and Minyoung Choi.

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Surprise Hawaii vow renewals growing popularity

They have four beautiful daughters, Jezelle was the instigator for the Hawaii vow renewals idea and planning. The Silver anniversary of their parents, Lorena and Bayani were soon to happen. A trip to Hawaii for the whole family? Planning to celebrate the twenty fives years of their parent’s marriage, the idea floated to doing it on a trip to Hawaii. Secretly though, plans to have a Hawaii vow renewal was kept secret by saying May 10, 2018 would be a family photo shoot by a professional photographer. Lorena and Bayani were married in the Philippines 30 years ago, they raised four beautiful and caring daughters. Everyone were smartly dressed in colors of ivory arriving at Magic Island at Ala Moana Park. Reverend Michael Nelson after greeting everyone, announced the surprise to Bayani and Lorena. A well kept secret it was and a very sweet thought from their grown children who were grateful for the love and support they received growing up. The Hawaiian skies were beautiful with historic Diamond Head in the background with the blue/green glittering Pacific ocean. Happily married for 30 years, but they seemed a bit shy holding hands facing each other for the ceremony. This is such a sweet moment with their children smiling happily at them. A lifetime of memories returned remembering the original wedding ceremony in their native country, and life as the children arrived. Today Lorena ad Bayani celebrate by repeating their vows once again in Hawaii creating a continued passage toward lifetime of memories. Hawaii vow renewals by Reverend Mike starts them off with their continued journey by blowing his conch shell. The simplicity of a small Hawaii wedding package provided a beautiful surprise and lifetime memories of this couple’s Silver anniversary. Thanks to the love of Jezelle and her sisters.

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I will love you forever Hawaii weddings

Hawaii weddings with focus on sharing their special day with family and loved ones are priorities for some traveling to Hawaii. This was especially so for Lauren and Greg from Australia. Their cute and well dressed son and daughter were to be part of their very Hawaii wedding ceremony on Friday, the fourth of May 2018. Waialae Beach on the sand with a ocean view and the little island off Kahala, with Koko head in the background. On a clear day, the island of Maui, Molokai and Lanai can be seen far beyond the horizon. As a close family, transportation was important for loved ones, providing two stretch limousines from Waikiki to wedding location, then to Duke’s in Waikiki to celebrate. Beautiful Lauren, smartly dressed in off white gown, tall and handsome Greg looked sharp in casuals. The many colorfully dressed adults and eight children dressed in pastel party clothes were a happy, cheerful crowd. Reverend Mike Nelson and Roger always creates a relaxed Aloha atmosphere making people laugh. As the limousines arrived they were greeted by the sounds of ukulele played by professional singer, Baron. All guest gathered on the sandy dune creating one line on the left. Bride and groom crosses the bridge with camera flashing. The bridal party will begin with their children first followed by the bride and groom. The sounding of the conch, the children walks up the path, second sounding of the conch and the Hawaiian wedding song as the couple comes up the altar. We begin all Hawaii weddings with a welcome of Aloha, using the calling sound of the conch by our ministers. A ceremony with their children and loved ones cheering them on, Hawaii weddings at it’s best. The most beautiful vows of “I will love you forever” they exchanged flower leis and kukui nut leis with each other as well the children. The new Greg and Lauren sealed their union with a kiss with Baron singing a love song for them. The gang ran to hug and congratulate the newlyweds. Thanks for having us on your special day, you are such wonderful people.

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Hawaii wedding for lovely couple from Poland

Free spirit international couple from Poland decided on a Hawaii wedding as they traveled throughout the United States. A last minute Hawaii wedding booking, just a week before they arrived in Hawaii became a beautiful and successful stress free Hawaii wedding day. The wedding of Natalia and Jakub will be held at Waimanalo Bay beach location. This couple chose this location seeing the beauty of miles of white sandy beach, the blue-green Pacific Ocean with little historic islands midst of white caps. A panoramic beauty on May 4, 2018 with mostly sunny Hawaiian skies, very few guest on this Friday afternoon. Usually Friday begins the weekend campers for this beach, so we do not recommend Saturday and Sundays or holidays for our Hawaii wedding plans in this location. These two, love colorful additions to their simple plumeria Hawaii wedding package. Choosing the fragrant green Maile lei for Jakub, highlighting his outfit of walking shorts and long sleeve white shirt complemented by a stylish hat. Natalia looked like a princess (more like a golden haired goddess) by choosing a colorful Haku head lei with bright flowers of hot pink, yellow and other pastel greens with purple and white orchids. She wore a ivory colored, stylish short dress with a open front long skirt with slits. Destination weddings from couples with European styled dressing are nice to see how stylish they can be with simplicity. Reverend Michael provided their most happiest day with a memorable Hawaii wedding ceremony by the sea. The conch, the sand ceremony, the lei offering as a gift of Aloha and the “I will love you forever, I DO TAKE THEE VOWS” was forever appreciated. The new Jakub and Natalia celebrated by walking in the sand, carrying of the bride with a spin for a picture of Hawaii wedding perfection. Traveling further through continental U.S. is their next step as husband and wife. Congratulations and Mahalo, Natalia and Jakub.

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They finally said “I do” at their beautiful Hawaii wedding

A dream Hawaii wedding was made possible by the “Make a wish foundation” to honor Mason’s Hawaii dream vacation Kara and Jacob of Raleigh, North Carolina enjoyed a happy life together for nineteen years. Living in Raleigh, North Carolina, this beautiful family Kara and Jacob with their sons Logan and Mason, enjoyed life to the fullest. Nineteen years together decided on a wonderful idea, finally saying “I do” in front of their children with a Hawaii wedding ceremony.Opportunity came Mason was awarded his wish by the foundation. They deserve this special time in Hawaii so much. Jacob’s best friend joined them on the five day trip. Each of the boys and bestman were given boutonnieres made with white roses and greens. Kara was beautiful in a lace, ivory colored dress. Jacob and all the guys wore brown walking shorts and white long sleeved shirts. They arrived at Waialae Beach early and we strolled the sandy beach to one of the beautiful green knoll like garden setting, with coconut trees. They chose a two O’clock afternoon Hawaii wedding ceremony, on the last day of April 2018. A Hawaiian day with just a little sunshine and many clouds, a comfortable, beautiful day with the view of the little island to the left of Kahala beach. Reverend Michael Nelson had the honor of giving this wonderful couple their long awaited special day as husband and wife. As Logan and Mason stood on the outer side of their parents, Reverend Mike sounded his conch shell as an announcement of their wedding. Then offered the conch to Jacob to blow, just kidding (laughter). A unity sand ceremony to blend the family in matrimony. The beautiful vows to love and care for each other as well as their sons forever. A lei ceremony and special moments together with Logan and Mason. Long time in the making, congratulations. A happy luau celebration tonight. Mason, hope you got to do your three best wishes in Hawaii. Aloha and best to all.

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Hawaii vow renewals anniversary celebrations

A beautiful wedding 16 years ago, Kelly and Russ began thinking about the idea of Hawaii vow renewals and a second honeymoon. What a great idea, getting a place to stay in the country side of Oahu, near Laie, beautiful and peaceful. In fact, Russ went zip lining four hours before coming to renew their vows. This wonderful couple comes from Elyria, Ohio having some acreage of land to enjoy. Hawaii vow renewals bring back happy memories of their original wedding day. This time, though what Hawaii vow renewals offer them are totally different, but give them the same feeling and meaning of marriage. Sixteen years together in wedded bliss, and they look so much “still in love”. On May 1, 2018, which is considered Lei day in Hawaii, they arrived at Waialae Beach Park after a long drive from the countryside. A day so beautiful, we could see the outer island from Kahala Beach. Strolling in the sandy beach, the vision of Haleakala mountain of Maui, and the island of Molokai. A vague view of Lanai also. An unusual sight, we feel it was a good luck Omen for Kelly and Russ. Blessings for their sixteenth wedding anniversary. For this special day, Kelly looked beautiful dressed in a darker tan silky dress. Russ looked great in brown trousers and white long sleeved shirt. The spot we used for their vow renewal was a green grassy are with coconut trees swaying above. Soft sound of gentle waves washing up on the beach. Reverend Mike began his vow renewal ceremony with the sounding of his conch shell, to announce the beginning of a special celebration. All Hawaii vow renewals of ours are just like our Hawaii wedding ceremonies, except for a few change of words. A beautiful sand ceremony is performed to continue mixing their lives together. The traditional marriage vows,the rings, added to the Hawaiian tradition of offering the gift of Aloha, exchange of flower leis with kisses on each cheek make up a memorable Hawaii vow renewal ceremony. What a beautiful ceremony reminding Russ and Kelly of their original wedding day. Congratulations to such a fine couple. Mahalo for having us.

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Memorable, beautiful Hawaii weddings at Hawaii beach locations

Do not stress out, please leave it to the Hawaii wedding professionals, your Hawaii weddings and Hawaii vow renewals are better off handled by Hawaii wedding planners who live in Hawaii. With many years of experience and knowledge of the islands, the planners will take your stress away, just give your trust to them. Is the cost t” factor. For our gorgeous bride Linda from Illinois it was well worth the relaxed and beautiful outcome of her and Austin’s wedding day. With the Paradise package, they chose to add their desired goodies of Hawaii weddings. A harp player with beautiful music in the Hawaiian air for elegance. Fragrant Maile lei entwined with sweet smelling pikake. Extra stretch limousine for many love ones. All this elegance added to the professional photographs and video to the wedding, creating Hawaii weddings with the Waialae-Kahala location on the peninsula. The theme color was blue or aqua for the Hawaii wedding of Austin and Linda on May 3, 2018, a serene day, on the south shores of Oahu near the Kahala hotel. Arrival of the limousines with the bride and love ones. Many love ones gathered The line up for the arrival dressed in shades of blue to welcome the bridal party down the pathway. Reverend Michael blew the conch for the entrance of Linda’s Mom beautifully dressed in yellow carrying yellow plumeria leis. A grand entrance with the second conch blowing, beautiful harp music with the Hawaiian wedding song in the newl air, the gorgeous happy bride escorted by her father in full military uniform. Giving of the bride to handsome Austin wearing a Maile/pikake lei. Happiness, smiles they held hands and locked eyes. The french bouquet was white-ivory orchids with tinge of yellow/green. A Hawaiian wedding ceremony so beautiful with a gift of love, yellow plumeria lei exchange. They are now the new Austin and Linda. suddenly something magical happened. Skools of tiny fishes jumping in the air several times, making a circle through out the water behind the newly wed couple. Did the sound waves of the harp trigger this occurrence? Congratulations, and Mahalo for having us. By the way, Mom caught the bouquet! Next Hawaii weddings anyone?

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Hawaii vow renewals, milestone celebration of love

Celebrating wedding anniversaries with family with Hawaii vow renewals are enjoyed for many reasons. In most cases, a original church wedding, couples prefer vacation with their children choosing relaxed casual Hawaii vow renewals. It becomes a memorable occasion having fun and no stress on a original traditional wedding. Alyssa was escorted down the aisle by her Dad nine years ago, today he escorts her to Roland down the ocean scene aisle of Kahala Beach in South Honolulu. Alyssa and Roland with their pretty daughter Adriani and Dad are combining vacation at the Disney Aulani resort in Kapolei and celebrating by renewing their vows in Hawaii. Their original wedding was on June 9, but today May 2, 2018 they extend their vows with Adriani with them. Family style (Ohana) Hawaii vow renewals as well as small Hawaii weddings are our specialty. Planning of these celebrations are best left to professional planners since they live so far away. Katy, Texas is home for the Padron family and today, they become our Hawaii weddings family (Ohana).Stylish Alyssa and Adriani looked like princesses with hot pink flowered Haku head leis. Chicly dressed girls, guys wore casuals but with style. Shiny black kukui nut leis were presented to Roland and Dad. Rain was forecasted, but someone above blessed them with beautiful peaceful Kahala Beach this Wednesday early afternoon. Reverend Mike honored them with such Aloha, which created the dream of Hawaii vow renewals, sweet memories. They honored Adriani with a heartfelt moment together and a gift of Aloha, “for you a lei, beautiful daughter”. The renewed Roland and Alyssa, radiantly happy, a family of love forever. Mahalo, you all are wonderful people.

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Hawaii vow renewals, Silver anniversary celebration

The popularity of saying “I DO” again with Hawaii vow renewals on the beach have grown tremendously over the years. For many, it is time to celebrate an anniversary or milestone of love and marriage. This is most popular with couples and families in North America, who come here to celebrate and have fun with their families as well as friends. They said “I DO” again in Hawaii on the same day, April 24, twenty five years ago in California. It was a chapel then, but today they enjoy the Hawaii vow renewals celebrating that wonderful day April 24, 1993. Magic Island was a bit breezy, but the no rain showers, in fact the sun was out between the clouds. This wonderful couple, May and Cain came all the way from Moorpark, California bringing their entourage of loved ones to share their special day. To honor them, everyone were in white, so were May and Cain dressed in off, white and white. Arriving via limousine, greeted by ukulele playing singer, Baron and Reverend Michael. Happily greeted with Aloha on their 25th wedding anniversary, May was presented with a beautiful french bouquet, covered with pastel spring colored roses. Their families and many loved ones greeted them honoring their day by wearing white. Leis were distributed to their children and grandkids. Holding hands smiling at each other, they listened to the conch shell announcing their renewal ceremony. The Hawaiian wedding song sung by Baron playing the ukulele in honor or May and Cain. Reverend Mike blessed them with a beautiful Hawaii vow renewal ceremony. A special love song was played and sung in congratulating the re-newed May and Cain. They will celebrate with a Italian luncheon at Buca di Beppo with their loved ones. Congratulations for having us, for our enjoyment of planning Hawaii vow renewals.

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