Hawaiian weddings

Hawaiian weddings of Aloha was selected and enjoyed by wonderful couple who originally married in Spain. ,Although they officially got married at home, they wanted the Hawaiian weddings atmosphere and a Hawaiian minister to marry them again. So,  On June 26, 2015, Laura Ruiz Conesa and Eduardo Pina arrived at Magic Island, Ala Moana Park to get married once again.  The plan according to the want of Laura, is to get married everywhere they travel to around the world.  We are here to help couples to experience the beauty of Hawaiian weddings.  Rev. Kimo Taylor, having Hawaiian heritage, perfected a personalized wedding vows for them.  He explained the meaning of Aloha in a marriage.. Alo is presence, Ha is breath. The sharing of breath.  Hawaiian weddings have many traditions.  We touch a few of them in our many Hawaiian weddings we plan.  Rev. Kimo begins this ceremony with “Take, Eduardo as your husband again and switches to Take, Laura”.  For the ring exchange Hawaiian weddings are performed the same as all other weddings. “Accept this ring once again”.  A prayer and blessing offered in the Hawaiian language with Laura and Eduardo, hands wrapped in leis, covered by Rev. Kimo’s hands.  An explanation of the floral lei by the Reverend was given,  each petal is a piece of their life to join into one circle of lei.   Rev. Kimo sounded his conch shell as they gave a long kiss.  Laura and Eduardo, Hawaiian weddings of Aloha for their memories. They were married just five days ago in Spain, they live and work in England for now.  A trip to the big island of Hawaii will be enjoyed. We are glad you chose us for your desired experience of Hawaiian weddings.  Enjoy your memories with the photos taken today.  Aloha from  A wedding in Hawaii. (www.wedaloha.com)

 

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Weddings in Hawaii

What a awesome wedding for Whitney Murphy and Joe Lugo. Weddings in Hawaii gives a beautiful feeling of love and Aloha with happiness and no stress. This special day of June 26, 2015 will go down in the history of this fine couple. They chose the beautiful grounds of Ala Moana Park’s Magic Island, with the back drop of the beautiful Pacific ocean and the historic Diamond Head  Many weddings in Hawaii choose this location being that it is very near Waikiki where the couples usually stay at.  This day started with Joe and his groomsmen arriving (so happily) with chairs to set up for their relatives and guest. They all got dressed there, looking very stylish.  Depending on the wedding package they choose, weddings in Hawaii can provide you with the basics to many beautiful services. Our weddings in Hawaii packages and service we offer are fairly reasonable considering the high cost of living in Hawaii.  A fragrant maile lei and boutonneir for Joe.  Here comes the limousine with beautiful bride Whitney with her bridal entourage.  (Many of them). Music of Tino warmly greets them, so are the camera crews with video and photos. Whitney, beautiful in lacy a gown, all the gals in light blue gowns (beautiful).  A floral Haku head lei for princess Whitney.  A gorgeous bouquet with white flowers and high lited with light blue flowers. Whitney beautiful bride of Joe, full of happiness. , In the mean time, Rev. Michael Nelson, whisked Joe and his gang to the wedding sight and had Joe face away from the altar.  Rev. Mike sounds his conch shell to indicate the beginning of the ceremony, Joe turns to face the altar.  Music and the beautiful voice of Tino with the Hawaiian wedding song as the processional began and the bridal party took their places. Here comes the bride escorted by her Dad, the brilliant smiles as Joe accepted his bride to be, from her Dad and Mom.  Rev. Michael Nelson prepared a beautiful personalized wedding vow for the couple to share. On this beautiful day Whitney and Joe begin their journey as one; a prayer and blessing of the marriage were given.  The traditional lei exchange with beautiful white flower orchid leis of love. Dedicated to the new Whitney and Joe Lugo, beautiful love song by Tino.  Congratulation of this union of weddings in Hawaii.  Joe and Whitney dances as Tino played on.  Weddings in Hawaii with video are especially treasured by our couples to remember that day, and sharing the moments with their children in the future. Many beautiful photos to accompany the video love story. This happy love story video closes with Whitney and Joe happily sipping champagne in the limousine to their reception at Aston Waikiki.  A great pleasure to make your special day successful, A wedding in Hawaii thank you with Aloha. Weddings in Hawaii brings great pleasure in meeting wonderful people.

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Hawaii vow renewal

It was a simple Hawaii vow renewal ceremony, resulting into awesome memorable moments.   After twenty seven years of blissful marriage, Ken and Kimberly Jordan returned to Hawaii to celebrate with a Hawaii vow renewal.  To continue to take each other into their life, a very intimate Hawaii vow renewal on the shores of Kahala Beach.  A very handsome couple, so very much in love were originally married at the Royal Hawaiian hotel dressed in traditional African wedding attire. Their traditional heritage celebration continued at the Royal. It brought back beautiful memories.  Deciding for a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony and staying at the Royal Hawaiian hotel again was a no-brainer.  The limousine arrives greeting the happy couple with the sound of guitar playing. They arrived  handsomely dressed in white,  a sort of African heritage styled attire. What a Beautiful couple. This special day of June 27, 2015 a gorgeous summer day in Hawaii for this Hawaii vow renewal. The Rev. Karen Mak walks up to greet Kimberly and Ken with  warm Aloha. For a Saturday this day is gentle and quiet for a change, with beautiful light wave in the distance.  Guitar music played by Baron sounded softly in the air.  A boutoneir was presented by Kim for Ken.  A orchid corsage for Kim, perfection to complete her attire.  Rev. Karen Mak opened the ceremony with welcome and blessings of Aloha. The Hawaii song of love with the voice of Hawaii on guitar. The Hawaii vow renewal prepared by Rev. Mak was beautiful bringing forth tears of emotions. ” I continue to take you into my life…..”  Each repeated this vow.  “.  Before the ring exchange, a surprise for Kimberly.  From Ken with love, a gorgeous, brilliant diamond ring.  So sweet, with tears flowing, Kim gave Ken a kiss and hugs.  Rings were blessed and exchanged with happiness.  Shell leis for each other, and a prayer of blessing.  As they were pronounced renewed Ken and Kimberly Jordon, a beautiful love song by Baron on guitar. What a wonderful Hawaii vow renewal ceremony for such a loving couple.  Photos were taken to take home to share with their loved ones. Thank you for sharing your day with A wedding in Hawaii. A Hawaii vow renewal, so much love and memorable.

 

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Hawaii vow renewal

Hawaii vow renewal for Stacy and Rick Aberilla.  After ten years of married bliss why not celebrate by vacationing in Hawaii?  While there, why not renew their vows? With three children, they decided to have fun in the sun. As Hawaii wedding and Hawaii vow renewal specialist, we had fun making this day special for Stacy and Rick.  The were married 10 years ago in the month of April at Gilbert, Arizona. A short Hawaii vow renewal ceremony in the sands of Hawaii would be fun for the children.  They chose Magic Island near the lagoon.  Hot summer day with hot sandy beach, luckily we have tradewinds to cool everyone down.  They got lost on the way, but they finally arrived with their lovely children, and sisters, friends. Rev. Michael Nelson had prepared a  very nice vow renewal ceremony for them.  The blowing of the conch shell represents the announcement of something very special if about to happen. Yes, indeed, a very lengthy sound to announce the Hawaii vow renewal ceremony of Stacy and Rick.  With their children and friends gathered around them, they repeated their marriage vows similar to ten years ago. What a beautiful feeling of pride with their two daughters watching their mom and dad holding hands saying I will.   The floral lei were a gift of love for each other.  Shell leis were presented by the parents to their daughters. The couple was again pronounced the renewed Stacy and Rick Aberilla. Hawaii vow renewal ceremony enjoyed by the whole family.  Congratulations.  They will celebrate by going to a Luau tonight. Enjoy your vacation and thanks so much for sharing your day with us.

 

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My wedding in Hawaii

My wedding in Hawaii, a 27 years dream in making for Jennifer Thomas and Scott Nolan. They met in the younger days of college, but for some reason they both went their separate ways. Marriage, families, never dreaming a wedding in Hawaii someday will bring so much joy and happiness.  Serving in the military and living in Hawaii has brought joy, but a wedding in Hawaii was a must since they were moving soon to Austin, Texas. A beautiful couple found Rev. Frank Mak to do their ceremony.  In the mean time, he contacted us, A wedding in Hawaii to do the planning for them. We have so enjoyed making Jennifer’s and Scott’s day a special one with a love story on video that they will forever cherish.  Jennifer looked gorgeous and Scott handsome.  A fragrant local maile lei from Jennifer for Scott and a beautiful white and fuschia flower bouquet for Jennifer. The fuschia matched her sexy shoes.  My wedding in Hawaii, a vow of their own.  The Rev Frank Mak delivered a wedding ceremony they will always remember. Rev. Mak’s ceremony is on the religious side beginning with a blessing of the couple bringing them to holy matrimony.  The vows are beautiful with promises never to be broken. The rings with no end, blessed to be exchanged with love. To bring them together into a life together, a unity sand ceremony was celebrated.  Traditional lei exchange is always a must for a wedding in Hawaii.  Rev Mak and A wedding in Hawaii now present to you Mr. & Mrs. Scott Nolan. Congratulations.  Finally 27 years in the making and forever it continues. My wedding in Hawaii, a dream come thre for Jennifer and Scott.  Mahalo for having us and enjoy our pics and video forever.

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Weddings in Hawaii

Weddings in Hawaii and vow renewals are very popular during the summer months. Couples who are stationed in Hawaii serving our country, often take this time to enjoy having their weddings in Hawaii. Taking advantage of the weather with less rain, a beautiful beach wedding during the summer months is perfect.  The weather is good all year round, but best in the summer. Keisha Morgan and Marisa Cuellar chose June 20, 2015 to unite in marriage to be part of the many weddings in Hawaii Ohana  They chose to have a package coverage of a minister, limousine service with champagne , singer/guitar, video,, a french bouquet, couple of leis, and a unity sand ceremony.  Their twenty some friends and guest arrived early to set up chairs on the sands of Waialae Beach Park. Most weddings in Hawaii do not need chairs being that the groups are smaller and the ceremonies are short. To hire a professional to set up arch/chairs may be costly.  The celebration has begun, here comes the limo greeted by music and singing by Tino, camera crew capturing their arrival. Greeting the bridal couple, Rev. Karen Mak,  Keisha and Marisa make a handsome couple. A beautiful white french bouquet was presented to Marisa and a matching boutonnier for Keisha.  Rev. Mak gives some instructions before beginning the ceremony.  All rise as Guitar and singing by Tino begins as Keisha and Marisa walk up the aisle meeting Rev. Mak at the altar.  The Hawaiian wedding song for weddings in Hawaii always is the opening song. (Unless otherwise requested).  Such bright smiles as they absorbed the beautiful singing by Tino.  Rev. Mak greets everyone with Aloha.  Beautiful and intimate wedding vows were exchanged, a reading by the bride’s maid, the blessing of the rings,circles with no end  The beautiful rings were exchanged with joy. To begin their unity of life, a sand ceremony to mingle their lives together were symbolized. The traditional lei exchange of weddings in Hawaii with kisses on each cheek.  A song was dedicated to the couple to congratulate them in honor of weddings in Hawaii. Pronounced husband and wife, they are the new Keisha and Marisa. Cheers from their wonderful friends. The ceremony concluded with many pictures being taken and a video love story to remember such beautiful weddings in Hawaii. A limousine ride with champagne to the Hale Koa hotel to celebrate. Thank you so much for sharing your day with us. Thank you for serving our country.  Aloha from wedaloha.com

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Hawaii wedding

A beautiful Hawaii wedding on the beach on June 5, 2015 was enjoyed by Jennifer Chai and Alfred Lorenz, along with their adorable nine month old son. They chose to have their memories preserved with video of their wedding ceremony, as well as lots of photographs. Arriving via limousine serenaded by singer/ukulele performing, their special day began live on video. Jennifer, tall, with natural beauty and a good looking Alfred  made a beautiful couple. A nice looking family, at that with their cute son.  A french bouquet high lighted Jennifer’s simple but chic gown. Alfred dressed casually but fashionably in khaki and white shirt. Matching outfit for the little one. Their Hawaii wedding package were enhanced by having a professional singer/ukulele player added for a Hawaiian style Hawaii wedding. Rev Kimo Taylor who is Hawaiian, provided them with a beautiful ceremony at Kahala Beach. Sweet nine month old son did very well during most of the ceremony. Travel from New York the day before wore him down. The Hawaiian wedding song began their journey to become married in Hawaii.  Rev. Kimo led them through the marriage vows, tunhe ring exchange, and unity sand ceremony to begin their union as a family. The Hawaii wedding ceremony provided Jennifer and Alfred a blessing in Hawaiian.   The traditional Hawaii wedding presentation of the gift of Aloha with floral leis.  Singing  A lovely Hawaiian love song were gifted to the new Jennifer and Alfred Lorenz.  The blowing of the conch shell by Rev. Kimo as they gave each other a long kiss as they became the new Lorenz family.  Love is beautiful sealed by a Hawaii wedding on the beach, with calm tradewind and waters. They will remember this moment with many pictures and video love story. Sharing these with their son when he grows older is joyous since he was in the midst of this special day. Filming of  your special Hawaii wedding ceremony and sharing it with your family is precious.  Many couples replay their special time, on their anniversaries to remember the feelings of the moment they got married.  As they departed on their limousine, champagne was ready for them. Congratulations to Jennifer and Alfred Lorenz.  Mahalo for choosing A wedding in Hawaii for your Hawaii wedding planning.

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Double Hawaii vow renewals

Double Hawaii vow renewals are celebrated by each couple together with their children are cherished and enjoyed by couples and families. Choosing our large Hawaii vow renewals package and adding extras for the second couple are more economical then having  separate packages. On June 10, 2015, Kelly & Joseph King and Lottie & James Meduit enjoyed and celebrated their 15 years of married bliss, with Hawaii vow renewals rites at Magic Island at Ala Moana Park. Guitar music and singing was provide by professional singer, Derek for their arrival on our limousine, and the ceremony.  Rev. Michael Nelson, officiated for the beautiful vow renewals where each couple did their personally writing. Beautiful cascade bouquets for the beautiful wives in gorgeous white gowns. Maile leis for the husbands.  Video and photography galore to document the special day.  What a beautiful sight, they all lined up with each couple and children (3 and 2 on each side).  Derek, introduced by Rev. Mike,  began the ceremony with the Hawaiian wedding song. To begin the Hawaii vow renewals reuniting, the Unity sand ceremony  with their children involved. Vow renewals were repeated as Rev. Mike leading the way.  Each couple wrote their own vows, as they read their vows to each other, many a tears flowed. Rings were exchanged, double orchid leis (beautiful rich purple) were exchanged. Traditional Hawaii vow renewals and weddings always include this ceremony as a gift of Aloha. Before being pronounced newly renewed, a Hawaiian song, Sandy Beach was dedicated to them by Derek on guitar. A gorgeous day and beautiful happy couple will enjoy lasting memories of this day with their video of the ceremony and many photographs. They enjoyed a dinner at Sarento’s at the top of the I, for dinner.  Hawaii vow renewals especially a double or sometimes triple ones are well received and enjoyed.  A little unusual but fun.  Congrats to the King and Meduit family.  Mahalo for having us plan our vow renewal.     wedaloha.com

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Hawaii beach weddings

So many Hawaii wedding planners for Hawaii beach weddings, we recommend you to check each company you like, with the Hawaii Business Bureau (808-536-6956) before deciding. Congratulations to Shelli and Dudley Eldridge who put their trust in A wedding in Hawaii to plan their wedding day all the way from Dekalb, Ms.  Dudley is serving in the  US military at this time.  On June 8, 2015, he and his two friends arrived early before Shelli.  Shelli arrived at Waialae Beach by cab and was met by Rog, followed by Rev. Mike Nelson. Beautiful dressed in a white soft and flowing wedding gown, Shelli looked so calm and ready to get married.  She made her own hand wrapped bouquet made of silk plumeria flowers of bright orange.  Beautiful and realistic.  A short walk to Kahala Beach in search of Dudley and the guys. A green grassy spot for  perfect Hawaii beach weddings. Dudley and his guys were dressed in white shirts and Khaki’s, looking cool.  With many Hawaii beach weddings at this location, theirs were the only ones at 5 in the afternoon. A quiet serene and peaceful atmosphere.  Rev. Mike welcomed and congratulated Shelli and Dudley to be here to seal their union.  Dudley’s friend live streamed the ceremony for those who were unable to come, and the other shot some candid photos.   Professional photos were continuous by A wedding in Hawaii.  The unity sand ceremony to mix and bind their life together was the beginning of this ceremony.  Hawaiian wedding ceremonies include the marriage vows promising their selves to each other always with love and respect  and the ring exchange.  The Hawaii beach weddings differ from traditional weddings by being easy going, the Hawaiian way, having the sand ceremony for unity and a lei exchange ceremony.  The leis to each other are a gift of love, with kisses on each cheek.  They were pronounced husband and wife, with tears in their eyes, as they kissed. Congratulations by all. Hawaii beach weddings….beautiful…love…happiness. We thank you much for having, and  Dudley thanks for serving, you and your friends.  Aloha.

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Hawaii vow renewals

Summer fun in beautiful Hawaii, get married again by celebrating Hawaii vow renewals on the beach.  Hawaii vow renewals are enjoyed continuously during the year, however especially popular during the summer months. Enjoying vow renewals with children and relatives involved or just the couple for a second honeymoon are very joyous. Congratulations go to Jennifer and Scott Lynch of Rhode Island for 14 years of married bliss. On May 19, 2015  they celebrated a Hawaiian vow renewal by Rev Kimo Taylor at Magic Island. Their two sons back home, a second honeymoon was possible thinking about packages for  Hawaii vow renewals on Oahu. They enjoyed repeating their vows and having lots of beautiful photos to take home.

On their 40th anniversary, Linda and Joseph Flores celebrated with a vow renewal with families. Not the first vow renewal, they looked toward  Hawaii vow renewals. On May 19, 2015 at Waialae Beach,  Rev Kimo Taylor presented them with a truely Hawaiian ceremony on the sandy beach. Many Hawaii vow renewals have children involved in the ceremony, in this case, their two daughters. Congratulations to Linda and Joseph.

Congratulations to Terry and Scotty Keffer of Illinois. On May 25, 2015, everyone arrived on a mini-bus. Hawaii vow renewals sometimes have double renewal couples. In this case Terry’s sister had their vows renewed by her father officiating.  For Terry and Scott it was truely Hawaiian in nature with a singer-ukulele player and beautiful hula dancing. Rev. Mike Nelson presented them with a memorable ceremony. Terry’s son walked her down the sandy aisle.  Hawaii vow renewals…..memories of love.

Mahalo to all these wonderful couples, we had so much fun meeting you and sharing your very special day. Thank you for choosing Hawaii for all your Hawaii vow renewals. Aloha from wedaloha.com

 

 

 

 

 

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