Ko’olina Hawaii weddings

Choosing a location for Hawaii weddings, has it’s pros and cons depending on the location. Wedding ceremony at Lanikuhonua in Koolina make beautiful Hawaii weddings (settings), but the beach can get very crowded sometimes  There are many other beaches in Honolulu with less crowd to choose from.  It is just individual choice of what is important to the couple. This is the only public beach for this resort, the rests of the lagoons are private. Linnea Wilder and Ian Tinker chose Koolina since it is located in the west Oahu area, far from the south shores of Waikiki.  On March 20, 2015, they arrived via limousine, on a long drive from Hilton Hawaiian Village in Waikiki.  On this day, there were many people at the beach, but Rev. Kimo Taylor found a spot to marry them.  Dressed in Hawaiian robe, he began the ceremony with the blowing of the conch shell.  For Hawaii weddings, a  minister with Hawaiian blood is lucky to be found for Linnea and Ian, as requested. A ceremony in English mixed with Hawaiian was enjoyed by the couple. They are a handsome couple from San Diego, California.  Beautiful marriage vows, with a time to express their feelings to each other, beautiful rings were exchanged. Hawaii weddings traditionally performs the unity sand ceremony, combining their lives together, a beautiful experience.  Hawaii weddings also presents the lei exchange, the gift of love with two kisses to each cheek. Before pronouncing them husband and wife, Rev. Kimo gave a prayer in Hawaiian, and blew the conch shell with a long breath for them to have a long kiss.  Congratulations to the new Linnea an Ian Tinker!!!  Hawaii weddings, beautiful, and memories to last forever with beautiful pictures and video.  A long ride back to Waikiki to celebrate their new beginning with memories of Hawaii weddings on the western shores of Oahu.  Thank you much for sharing your beautiful day with us. ( wedding in Hawaii wedaloha.com)

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Simply Hawaii weddings

Moving to Hawaii and starting a new life, dreams of Hawaii weddings on the beach? Of course you can.  That is what happened to Kristie Green and Ash Gupta.  A very simple wedding called Magic at Magic Island in Honolulu, united their lives together on March 20, 2015. Spending a lot of money on Hawaii weddings of any kind was out of the question for them since moving expenses are expensive.  A small affordable wedding will unite them and also they can enjoy the Hawaiian style of a wedding ceremony.  This was a beautiful morning, as usual surf was up, Diamond Head beckoned to the south, beautiful ocean and sky toward the west.  Rev. Karen Mak presented them with a beautiful ceremony, the marriage vows holding hands looking at each others eyes, so very sweet.  The gift of love, beautiful white shell leis were exchanged. All Hawaii weddings on the beach, traditionally include the lei exchange ceremony, no matter how simple the ceremonies are.  The official signing of the marriage certificate was performed and they get to take home the decorative one presented by Rev. Mak.    Photos taken of the wedding, as well as wedding portraits can be downloaded and shared with their friends. Rev. Karen now presents to you the new Kristie and Ash Gupta.  The new Hawaii residents are now united together to begin their new life in Hawaii.  Dreams do come true, Hawaii weddings, and actually living and working in Hawaii.  Congratulations from A wedding in Hawaii at wedaloha.com.  We enjoyed creating happiness in your new home. “Relax with Hawaii weddings, with no stress”

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Hawaii weddings Aloha

Hawaii weddings at it’s best. Our popular wedding package called Plumeria brings joy for many Hawaii weddings on the beach. Monica Garcia and Kevin Kelly were looking for a small package with lots of beautiful photographs for their special day.  Spending their honeymoon combined with a wedding ceremony on the shores of Hawaii was the right choice.  Our Hawaii weddings are intimate and serene and fun, easy going with no stress. This wonderful couple are marathon runners, and has so much togetherness of love.   They arrived early and looked so relaxed, Hawaii weddings must agree with them, or maybe it is the weather. A beautiful day at Magic Island with nice sets of waves and Diamond Head in the background. The photo opportunities are great at Magic.  One of Hawaii weddings most experienced minister, Rev. Frank Mak had already spoken to the couple and was happy to finally meet them.  Monica looked beautiful in her white dress, and our french bouquet of beautiful red and white roses was a perfect fit for her personality. Kevin looked so nice in white formals, and matching boutenierre.   Monica helped pin his boutenierre on to his lapel. Hawaii weddings on the beach are beautiful dressed in formals or casual attire.  The weather was cool enough to be comfortable any attire.  Rev. Mak presented the couple with a very memorable wedding ceremony they will always cherish.  The welcome, blessings, the special wedding vows to each other; the uniting of lives with a unity sand ceremony, and exchange of rings.  Finally the traditional lei exchange of love of all Hawaii weddings.  They were pronounced the new Monica and Kevin Kelly.  Congratulations to a beautiful couple. We enjoyed meeting you and hope you enjoy the many pictures. Memories of Hawaii weddings. Chicago is lucky to have wonderful people like you. Aloha from wedaloha.com

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Hawaii vow renewals

Hawaii vow renewals are extremely popular in the islands, both with local residents and destination renewals. For the local people it is a sort of traditional with their children offering this beautiful gift of Hawaii vow renewals  A simple ceremony can become a magical moment for small or large Hawaii vow renewals.  So why not have a ceremony while in Hawaii over looking the beautiful ocean near the beaches of Honolulu. Or historic Diamond Head. That is what Gary and Debra Kopta chose to do.  Hawaii vow renewals can be simple but you can always garnish a package with your desire. Everything cost so much these days when you travel, so our advise is to add tangible things which will  mean a lot in the later years to com. Leis, bouquets are beautiful but if you are cost saving, concentrate on the photographs. Photographs will never die, it will have memories forever. Treasure them. Gary and Debra enjoyed a beautiful vow renewal with Rev. Mike Nelson. As they stood together, holding hands, looking at each other..some memories of 20 years ago  A dream come true, another new beginning going forward. Special words of love to each other, rings and beautiful white shell leis as gifts of love. Their dreams of Hawaii vow renewals happening for them after 20 years. A lovely success, they will return to Michigan with beautiful memorable pictures to cherish their special day forever. A wedding in Hawaii wedaloha.com kindly thank you for trusting us to find a Hawaii vow renewals planner. Aloha always.

 

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Aloha Germany Hawaii weddings

We thank all couples looking for Hawaii weddings who put their trust in Wedding in Hawaii to plan a beautiful memorable wedding for them.  Kathleen Steinbrecher and Rico Mienack, planned for their Hawaii weddings on the beach and a honeymoon on the island of Hawaii.  On March 16, 2015, they arrived early, very excited about their union. Their friend Robert came to support them.  He was given a orchid lei of Aloha.  Kathleen, looked beautiful in a chic white dress, Anticipating floral Hawaii weddings she chose to have a french bouquet with roses and Hawaiian flowers of white.  Rico and Robert dressed alike in khaki pant and long sleeve shirt. They looked great, perfect for beach Hawaii weddings. Rev. Michael Nelson arrived to greet them with Aloha Hawaii weddings of shell leis. A serene sunny day with gentle waves over the sand, Rev. Mike began with the uniting of Kathleen and Rico with a unity sand ceremony  Robert participated in the ceremony with them. Hawaii weddings on the beach, with beautiful ceremonies tend to be short, but memorable and meaningful. Kathleen and Rico faced each other, holding hands exchanging wedding vows, blessed rings were  exchanged. Looking at each other, they said their vows repeating after Rev. Mike. Before being pronounced husband and wife, they said their own promise of love for their new life together.  They exchanged floral leis traditional to Hawaii weddings, with kisses on each cheek.  A beautiful wedding, presenting the new Kathleen and Rico Mienack of Deutschland, Germany. They will have tons of memories in the photos presented to them. Have a wonderful honeymoon on the island of Hawaii and take care of those twin boys. Mahalo for choosing us for your Hawaii weddings planning.

 

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Hawaii weddings

Hawaii weddings  with sandy Magic Island, rainbow in the sky, red sunset. weddings in Hawaii location chosen by Chelsea Rollins and Allen Grindley for their special day on March 5, 2015. It turned out to be a perfect day, even if the forecast was for rain. Bride and groom arrived with all their love ones on a stretch limousine. As they stepped out, the guitar and singing of Hawaiian songs, with cameras (photo/video) documenting this of many special Hawaii weddings. White orchid leis were gifted with love to everyone by the couple.  Most Hawaii weddings are officiated by non-denomination minister in most cases unless requested otherwise. Rev. Michael Nelson greeted everyone with the Mr. Aloha smile of Hawaii.  Hawaii weddings, for us in most cases have the formal portrait shots taken right after the ceremony, however, for sunset weddings (due to the day-light) the session is done before the ceremony. A beautiful day with the good luck rainbow over the skies of Manoa opened their dream day. As the sun got ready to set, the skies were bright orange (what a gorgeous sight).  Chelsea and Allen gathered on the sands of Magic Island surrounded by their love ones. Rev. Mike sounded his conch shell twice to welcome the Hawaiian union of love. The Hawaiian wedding song singing with the sounds of guitar playing as the couple stood at he altar holding hands. Uniting their hearts and lives a unity sand ceremony began. Weddings in Hawaii traditions sand ceremony in place of unity candles. Mother Linda Rollins participated with Chelsea and Allen. The official ceremony was beautiful with the vow exchange, blessing of the rings, exchange of beautiful rings, uniting with white and pink leis around their hands, the precious personal thoughts to each other. With the beautiful ceremony recorded on video, it is eternal. They presented the leis to each other with two kisses on each cheek. A Hawaiian love song was presented by the singer to the new Chelsea and Allen Grindley. Congratulations and pink/red petals thrown at them. Another tradition for weddings in Hawaii on the beach. The background of Diamond head while they signed their marriage certificate.  A bright pink Hawaiian wedding for Chelsea, her favorite color. Many pictures and a beautiful love story of their wedding to share with their love ones. As dusk settled in they all boarded their limo to have some champagne and celebrate with dinner. Much Aloha and Mahalo from wedaloha.com.  Hawaii weddings   are beautiful during sunset as long as it is not a cloudy day. A beautiful successful happy sunset wedding for Mr. & Mrs. Allen Grindley  Much Aloha from planners of Hawaii weddings and weddings in Hawaii.

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Hawaii weddings best of

Hawaii weddings on the beach, with the help of mother nature brings so many successful weddings. On March 5th 2015, a forecast of rain, however turned into a gorgeous day. For Tasha Redmond and Tyler White Hawaii weddings package chosen as  a simple wedding ceremony with a limousine ride, was fun for them. Their beautiful four children had so much fun being part of their ceremonial Hawaii weddings.  Greeted by Rev. Michael Nelson Tasha and Tyler looked radiant. What a very nice and handsome couple they are. A short walk thru the pathway to Kahala Beach, with a beautiful scenic ocean view. A Hawaiian wedding they will remember forever. This union was very special which involved the love between this couple as well as their combined children.  Rev. Mike (Hawaii weddings best) began the ceremony by sounding his conch shell. A welcome to celebrate the union of the couple as  well as their children.  A beautiful unity sand ceremony was performed with daughter, Clarisa participating. as Isabel, Alec and Christine watched.  A beautiful ceremony with some Hawaiian language incorporated. The wedding vows were precious, as they held hands looking into each others  eyes. The sounds of gentle waves washing up on the sandy beach. Rings of beauty were exchanged with son Alec participating. The traditional custom of Hawaii weddings are the floral lei exchange as a gift of love or Aloha. Beautiful words of love were spoken privately before they lei-d  each other with kisses on each cheek.  Rev. Mike formerly pronounced them the new Tasha and Tyler White..Many photos to cherish, memories of a very special day when two became one, then 2 became 6. Beautiful!!  Mahalo for choosing Hawaii and wedaloha.com . Among all the Hawaii weddings your family’s unity is a stand out. Aloha

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Hawaii weddings

Hawaii weddings are proficiently planned by many companies in Hawaii, the trust the couples give us is a great honor to receive. We are very thankful as a long standing planners of Hawaii weddings to be chosen by Patty Barendse and James Weiss of Lake Orion, Michigan. Their special day, February 16, 2015, turned out to be a gorgeous day at Kahala Beach with a background  of beautiful waves and little islands. To experience a real Hawaiian wedding ceremony, we recommend Hawaiian scenery with coconut trees swaying, sandy beaches with blue waters surrounded by white waves. Perfect Hawaii weddings are beach locations and sunshine to have blue ocean . (unfortunately weather permitted).  Patty and James decided to get away from cold weather in Michigan and get married with perfect honeymoon vacation. Rev. Michael Nelson began the ceremony with a Hawaiian greetings of Aloha.  To show the uniting of two families, a unity sand ceremony was performed.  Hawaii weddings usually substitutes unity sand ceremony  in place of unity candle ceremony. This was a wonderful experience for the couple. The wedding vows were repeated with the couple facing each other, holding hands. The blessings, ring exchange and the traditional lei exchange with gift of love before being pronounced as husband & wife.  What a beautiful wedding, simple, short but filled with the emotions of love, as all Hawaii weddings should be. Lots of fun with lots of pictures of memories preserved on their special day. Walking and playing on the sands of this Hawaiian beach started the beginning of a new life together. Thank you so much for having us for your Hawaii weddings experience. Our planning of  Hawaii weddings has never failed to thrill us. Much Aloha from:

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