Hawaii wedding renewal

What a nice couple from Riley, Indiana.! Peggy and Wayne Duncan, after 40 years of marriage, renewed their wedding vows on Jan. 27, 2013 at Waialae Beach.  So much in love all the wonderful years, brought a lot of emotions to the ceremony.  Rev. Mike Nelson did a very personalized ceremony for them.  Peggy looked so beautiful in her white gown and Wayne, looked very distinguish.  A foggy day but still beautiful with the ocean near by and Kahala beach in the distance.  They are staying in Barbers Point since Wayne is retired from the military, they have a kind of a private beach out there.  So many pictures to take home to share with their children and grand children.  Enjoy yourselves, and come back again.  Mahalo for putting your trust in us.  We sincerely enjoyed meeting you.  aloha!

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Hawaii wedding renewal

What a nice couple from Riley, Indiana.! Peggy and Wayne Duncan, after 40 years of marriage, renewed their wedding vows on Jan. 27, 2013 at Waialae Beach.  So much in love all the wonderful years, brought a lot of emotions to the ceremony.  Rev. Mike Nelson did a very personalized ceremony for them.  Peggy looked so beautiful in her white gown and Wayne, looked very distinguish.  A foggy day but still beautiful with the ocean near by and Kahala beach in the distance.  They are staying in Barbers Point since Wayne is retired from the military, they have a kind of a private beach out there.  So many pictures to take home to share with their children and grand children.  Enjoy yourselves, and come back again.  Mahalo for putting your trust in us.  We sincerely enjoyed meeting you.  aloha!

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A Wedding in Hawaii for Oahu couple

Jan. 26, 2013 was “Da Day” for Chanel Edwards and Tunu Amani of Waianae, Hawaii.  They arrived with their children dressed in beautiful Aloha print attire, the whole family dressed alike.  Beautiful exotic looking Chanel and good looking Tunu, a mixed blend of Polynesian ancestry..were welcomed by Reverend Mike Nelson.  Although the weather was voggy, a beautiful sight with Kahala Beach in the background.  The girls were given flower leis and the boys black kukui nut leis.  A beautiful ceremony as the children watched their parents get married, emotional moments for Chanel & Tunu, a few tears were shed. There first gift to each other after being pronounced husband and wife, were a double white and purple orchid flower lei for her, a green t-leaf hand woven lei for him.  Lots of kisses and hugs.  Lots of photo taken to treasure forever. The family celebrated by going to the luau at Paradise Cove.  congratulations and mahalo, guys.!

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A Wedding in Hawaii for Oahu couple

Jan. 26, 2013 was “Da Day” for Chanel Edwards and Tunu Amani of Waianae, Hawaii.  They arrived with their children dressed in beautiful Aloha print attire, the whole family dressed alike.  Beautiful exotic looking Chanel and good looking Tunu, a mixed blend of Polynesian ancestry..were welcomed by Reverend Mike Nelson.  Although the weather was voggy, a beautiful sight with Kahala Beach in the background.  The girls were given flower leis and the boys black kukui nut leis.  A beautiful ceremony as the children watched their parents get married, emotional moments for Chanel & Tunu, a few tears were shed. There first gift to each other after being pronounced husband and wife, were a double white and purple orchid flower lei for her, a green t-leaf hand woven lei for him.  Lots of kisses and hugs.  Lots of photo taken to treasure forever. The family celebrated by going to the luau at Paradise Cove.  congratulations and mahalo, guys.!

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A beautiful Hawaii wedding vow renewal on the beach

On Wednesday January 23, 2013, a cloudy day, but still beautiful, Janet and Todd Auen were eager to celebrate their 25th vow renewal ceremony.  They arrived extra early in their yellow convertible from the Hilton Hawaiian Village. We enjoyed meeting them, such a nice,wonderful couple from Brentwood, California. Janet and Todd, very young in appearance although married for 25 years, have a son and a daughter between them.  Janet looked very pretty and sweet in a simple, but attractive white dress; and Todd looked cool in Khaki shorts and white shirt, perfect for a Hawaii beach ceremony.  Our Rev. Michael Nelson, as always did a fantastic vow renewal ceremony.  This couple, showing so much love for each other, got very emotional during the very special personal ceremony created by Rev. Mike.  Tears shed, engulfed by happiness and joy, a flower lei exchanged. And then of course the kiss!   Congratulations, you’ve done it again.  So many images captured of this very special time for your enjoyment to share.  Janet is a manager at a Walgreen drug store and Todd, manager for a lumber company.  I bet they are excellent in what they do, they seem so organized & people oriented.  So nice to meet such very nice people.  Hopefully, you celebrated by having dinner at Sarento’s Italian Restaurant on the top of the Ilikai.  They were just voted one of the top 3 most romantic restaurant in Honolulu.  Mr. & Mrs. Todd Auen, Aloha and Mahalo for sharing your special time with us. Take care & come back to Hawaii again.

 

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Japanese-Hawaii weddings- Dream come true

A dream wedding in paradise came true for a lovely couple from Japan. They had a civil marriage ceremony in Japan, but wanted a dream Hawaiian wedding ceremony, and to enjoy a beautiful honeymoon.  On Jan 20, 2013, the beautiful Kaori Hayakawa and Mamoru Hayakawa realized their dream wedding ceremony at Waialae Beach. The happy couple arrived with their parents and friends on a 10 passenger limousine with so much eagerness.  Kaori was gorgeous in her very formal wedding gown with a beautiful full bustle and train. (this is normal for Japanese brides getting married in Hawaii). Mamoru  was handsome in his tux,( black & white).  Kaori’s french bouquet was in pastel pink, ivory and white, roses galore with some tropical tiny orchid sprinkles.  The color of the bouquet gave a nice accent to her soft fairness. A beautiful wedding ceremony in Hawaiian-Japanese-English by Rev. Luna (Boyd) was received with appreciation. Rev. Luna dressed in white & adorned with kukui nut leis, truly represented the Hawaiian atmosphere. A lei exchanged was shared, as the serene waters off Kahala beach sparkled with sunshine.  What a moment for Mr. & Mrs. Hayakawa, with parents and friends watching.  Many photos were taken to share the moments with those at home.  Thank you so much, Mamoru, to put your trust in us, making a dream wedding for Kaori.  A limo ride and champagne awaited them for their journey to the Hyatt to celebrate at their fine restaurant. Congratulations and have a great trip home to Japan.

 

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Japanese-Hawaii weddings- Dream come true

A dream wedding in paradise came true for a lovely couple from Japan. They had a civil marriage ceremony in Japan, but wanted a dream Hawaiian wedding ceremony, and to enjoy a beautiful honeymoon.  On Jan 20, 2013, the beautiful Kaori Hayakawa and Mamoru Hayakawa realized their dream wedding ceremony at Waialae Beach. The happy couple arrived with their parents and friends on a 10 passenger limousine with so much eagerness.  Kaori was gorgeous in her very formal wedding gown with a beautiful full bustle and train. (this is normal for Japanese brides getting married in Hawaii). Mamoru  was handsome in his tux,( black & white).  Kaori’s french bouquet was in pastel pink, ivory and white, roses galore with some tropical tiny orchid sprinkles.  The color of the bouquet gave a nice accent to her soft fairness. A beautiful wedding ceremony in Hawaiian-Japanese-English by Rev. Luna (Boyd) was received with appreciation. Rev. Luna dressed in white & adorned with kukui nut leis, truly represented the Hawaiian atmosphere. A lei exchanged was shared, as the serene waters off Kahala beach sparkled with sunshine.  What a moment for Mr. & Mrs. Hayakawa, with parents and friends watching.  Many photos were taken to share the moments with those at home.  Thank you so much, Mamoru, to put your trust in us, making a dream wedding for Kaori.  A limo ride and champagne awaited them for their journey to the Hyatt to celebrate at their fine restaurant. Congratulations and have a great trip home to Japan.

 

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