Couples can get married in many beautiful places, but having a Hawaii wedding or Hawaii vow renewal is a dream come true for many. Sometimes this Hawaii wedding ceremony and honeymoon becomes a once in their lifetime experience for them. The travel expense is so great that they may not be able to afford another trip, especially from outside the U.S. Those who serve the country get the opportunity by base stationed here. A Hawaii wedding was celebrated with family, friends, love ones and Marine buddies of Jasmine Poppell and Zachery Rush. On August 22, 2015 at Kahala Beach, gathering of families (moms, dads, brother, grandma) and many of their Marine buddies) to support their Hawaii wedding marriage union. Jasmine in a beautiful bridal gown, looked gorgeous with a french bouquet full of roses surrounded by many purple orchids. Jasmine was here a year ago when Mom and Dad had their special day with Rev. Mike Nelson officiating. Today they were here supporting her and Zachery with little brother as the ring bearer. This beautiful Hawaii wedding of love had Zachery in full dress military uniform. They looked so young and ready for their dream to start in marriage. Rev. Michael Nelson asked them if they were ready to accept their vows to start their life together. “I will”. To unite their lives by mixing their individual vials of sand into one decorative bag, the unity sand ceremony., They faced each other, looking into each others eyes, holding hands to declare their love and accept their marriage vows. Tears welling in many eyes, with love and joy. Jasmine’s little brother approached with the wedding rings on it’s pillow. A blessing and exchange of rings. The Hawaii wedding is not complete without the gift of love. The flower lei exchange with two kisses on each cheek. Now introducing the new Jasmine and Zachery Rush. The signing of the documents and witnessed by Mom and Dad. A Hawaii wedding by the sea, enjoyed by everyone. Memorable photos to be enjoyed and shared. Mahalo from A wedding in Hawaii and best wishes. wedaloha.comby
August 21, 2015 was a very special day, with a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony for Carrie Goldman and Joshua Shram. After 14 years of marriage and knowing each other for 20 years, they decided to have this special day in Hawaii at Magic Island. Having their children, family, love ones, and close friends at this ceremony made it very special. Carrie was beautiful in her white bridal gown, Joshua tall and handsome in white, vest and all. A Hawaii vow renewal is just like a regular wedding, except the vow exchange adapted to continue your original marriage vows They all arrived via limousine and the guys received boutonniers, Floral leis were presented to Carrie’s supportive girls. Carrie’s french bouquet of beautiful roses perfect with her stylish gown. This day was high lighted by a special guest from Japan as a surprise. Zendai attended the Hawaii vow renewal in their honor knowing Joshua for 30 years. A close tie with each family, Zendai’s father’s ashes were scattered in Hawaii. Magic island glistened it’s welcome with beauty. Rev. Mike Nelson had prepared a personal Hawaii vow renewal ceremony for Carrie and Joshua. They also prepared letters to each other about the ups and downs of life together, read to each other. The ceremony was beautiful, and very emotional. Fourteen years ago, their vows were the same, but a very different scenery. They will total remember the gentle tradewind as they stood holding hands, and repeating their marriage vows to continue forward. Something new for them, in their renewal ceremony, a unity sand ceremony vowing to continue the mixing of life together. Hawaii vow renewal ceremony is never complete without the giving of the gift of love to each other. With beautiful flower leis blessed by Rev. Mike awaiting, they tearfully read their prepared letter to each other. Many tears of emotion. Offering of the leis with Hawaiian kisses on each cheek. A Mahalo speech by Zendai in honor of dear friends Carrie and Joshua. Congrats from everyone. The Hawaii vow renewal of Carrie Goldman and Joshua Schram will be treasured memories of photographs for their life time. Much Aloha, and it was super meeting such wonderful people; wedaloha.com
Hawaii wedding packages, economical or fancy always memorable. On August 20, 2015, a very sweet couple Kristy and Michael of Reno, Nevada enjoyed Hawaii wedding packages created just fit for their personalities. Their minister was Rev. Karen Mak, a just as sweet person and originally from Reno, Nevada herself. This couple dressed casually, but very stylish just perfect for a hot, humid Hawaiian summer day Hawaii wedding packages adjusted with a beautiful bouquet added, a quiet simple wedding to their liking Beautiful yellow roses with orange tinge of petals was a perfect match for Kristy’s creamy colored lace dress. Cool shorts and stylish shirt perfect for Michael, with his cream colored rose boutonniere. Magic island beach location, beautiful diamond head and ocean with striking waves, azure colored waters was the scenery. Rev Karen began the ceremony with a Aloha welcome. The lei exchange was performed before the ceremony began, Facing each other, looking into each others eyes, they shyly repeated their marriage vows to care for each other forever in holy matrimony. A slightly religious vows delivered by Rev. Karen. The blessing of the beautiful rings with no end, ” I give you this ring ” with smiles of soft joy. As a symbol of uniting their lives together into one, they participated in a unity sand ceremony. Blessings of the marriage of Kristy and Michael Cheung. Most Hawaii wedding packages include the unity sand ceremony and flower leis to exchange as free gifts to all couples. All Hawaii wedding packages also includes Hawaiian shell leis to take home. Pictures galore were taken of Kristy and Michael wedding ceremony, including many portraits of the lovely couple. We had a great time, enjoy your honeymoon and Mahalo for choosing A wedding in Hawaii.
A beautiful stress free wedding in Hawaii for Jacqueline and Erik Collay from San Bernadino. A larger wedding package was chosen but they decided on a less frill wedding in Hawaii. They arrived via limousine with their many loved ones to support them. Although a little rain helped to cool the hot day, a little “take cover” happened during the picture taking. But today August 15, 2015 at Kahala Beach, they were lucky enough to have a memorable ceremony before the shower. Rev Michael Nelson worked out a special sand ceremony incorporated with our style, including a picture frame and colored sand provided by Jacqueline and Erik, to create a beautiful design. The ceremony was started with the sounding of conch shell to announce the wedding in Hawaii. Their two children walked in as flower girl and ring bearer, followed by the bride to the groom. Moms and Dads and other loved ones gathered to witness Jacqueline’s and Erik’s wedding in Hawaii Rev. Mike welcomed them and asked if they were ready to take the vow of marriage. With a ” I will” response from both, the meaning of marriage and unity was said. The beautiful sand ceremony of unity involved the couple as well as their two children creating a beautiful design of yellow, gray and white sands in a photo frame. The wedding vows to each other, holding hands looking into each others eyes, they repeated their vows after Rev. Mike. Tears of emotion, Jacqueline. Rings to exchange, a blessing with the flower leis wrapped around their clasped hands. The exchange of the gift of love with kisses on each cheek. What a beautiful couple on their wedding in Hawaii. Congratulations all around with hooting and clapping; signing of the marriage certificate to make it official. Wedding in Hawaii presents the new Jacqueline and Eric Collay. Mahalo for having us on your special day. wedaloha.comby
On August 8, 2015, Kamaaina residents Stella Li and Evan Moniz tied the knot with a Hawaii wedding ceremony on the beach. A beautiful late afternoon ceremony at Kahala Beach by the Rev. Michael Nelson. The couple’s video love story Hawaii wedding began with the arrival of Evan and his Dad, Ron’s arrival. Limousine arrival of the bride accompanied by Evan’s Mom, met by Evan and his Dad. Beautiful bride Stella, dressed in a simply chic gown of lace, was helped out by Evan beaming with smiles. He was dressed in a suit with a red rose boutonniere on his lapel to match Stella’s french bouquet of red roses. Awaiting at the ocean wedding site of Kahala Beach were many relatives and friends anticipating the start of the Hawaii wedding ceremony of their loved ones. Rev. Mike Nelson welcomed the wedding party and readied the placement of the ceremonial altar area. With photo and video cameras documenting this wonderful Hawaii wedding, a beautiful wedding ceremony was delivered by Rev. Mike. A welcome and congratulatory message by Rev. Mike opened the Hawaii wedding ceremony of Stella and Evan Moniz. The acceptance of marriage vows by this couple, followed by a unity sand ceremony for their unification of life together was rejoiced. A serene late afternoon atmosphere as they faced each other holding hands, the vows of marriage, blessing and exchange of beautiful rings Finalizing the ceremony with white orchid leis wrapped around their hands, the final blessing. The traditional Hawaii wedding laying of leis on their shoulders with couple of kisses on each cheek. Accepting of the marriage of Stella and Evan by the crowd with “we will” The new Stella and Evan Moniz presented by Rev. Mike Nelson. Lots of cheers and congratulations from loved ones. Many photos images and video story documenting this beautiful Kamaaina Hawaii wedding to retain the memories of life time. A short limo ride with champagne enjoyed before the reception at Kahala Hotel A wedding in Hawaii thanks the couple and Ron Komine for his help. Best of wishes Stella and Evan. (www,wedaloha.com).by
Hawaii wedding planners creates beautiful stress free weddings for you. Other then that, they have full of information and guidance for you for your enjoyment of the islands. We helped Heather and Johnny who are both serving in the U.S. army arrange a small, intimate wedding in the gardens of the Hale Koa hotel. Hale Koa services the military personnel and they can find you dependable leads to locate Hawaii wedding planners, ministers, photographers, and so on. On August 8, 2015, a beautiful day at grounds of the Hale Koa gardens, this happy couple enjoyed a beautiful and emotional wedding ceremony by Rev. Michael Nelson. Heather was gorgeous in a short yellow gown, with matching short netted veil. A french bouquet of pink roses and orchids to high light. Johnny, handsome in tan colored suit and a bouteniere of pink roses. They felt so happy to have had such a stress free wedding. Having Hawaii wedding planners plan your wedding is so easy. Once you choose your wedding package everything is taken care of for you. All you need to do is get your marriage license when you arrive in Hawaii. On the day of the wedding just arrive at the location, get married and we file everything for you. The wedding of Heather and Johnny McAllister, just the two of them, so intimate with tears flowing they repeated their vows to each other. To begin the blending of their lives together, they took part in a beautiful unity sand ceremony. Rings were blessed before placing on their fingers, a traditional lei exchange as a gift of love for each other. The announcement of the marriage of Heather and Johnny McAllister, in the state of Hawaii. The official signing of the marriage certificate witnessed by A wedding in Hawaii, Hawaii wedding planners. Many beautiful photos were taken to enjoy and share with their family and fellow friends serving our country. Mahalo and Aloha for sharing your day with us.by