Waimanalo Bay Beach is very popular as one of many Hawaii wedding locations. On Nov. 12, 2015, Hannah Pai and Johnson Fuemana enjoyed a beautiful Hawaiian wedding ceremony by the Rev. Michael Nelson. They had been together for 12 year, with 2 little boys in their family. They arrived beautifully dressed via limousine, met by our film crew documenting every moment of their dream day. A beautiful french bouquet for Hannah, a Maori beauty, in a very chic wedding gown. Johnson dapper in his gray suit. Their two sons, so cute, dressed looking cool. The rain threatened to fall as the ceremony started but did a pause to restart as the skies cleared. Hawaii wedding locations on the windward side do take rain hits especially during the winter months. Usually the duration of rain is short. Our harp player Sharene, started the ceremony with beautiful music as Hannah and Johnson walked arm in arm down the aisle meeting Rev. Mike and their sons. A welcome and vow of commitment to this special day gathered as a family of love. Joy was in the air. A unity sand ceremony has become a tradition for us, and is performed in all of our Hawaii wedding and vow renewal ceremonies. They take a part of Hawaii with the memories with them, Hannah and Johnson gave their vows smiling at each other. The rings were gorgeous, beautiful choices of circle with no ending. White leis were exchanged, a gift of love. Beautiful harp music presented by Sharene congratulating Hannah and Johnson Fuemana. Video taping their ceremony, a great idea to take back to Australia, the memories of their special day. They will take back part of Hawaii with them and we were overjoyed with helping you create a beautiful memory of Hawaii. Mahalo and Aloha from A wedding in Hawaii. Hawaii wedding location, beautiful Waimanalo Beach.by
They wrote their own vows for their Hawaii vow renewal ceremony. Cyrstal and Karl Jones were married a year ago, being in the Air Force, they felt a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony would be very fulfilling. Joining them to enjoy the ceremony, was their three year daughter, participating in a family ceremony. A day with rain showers all over the island, luck was on our side with the skies opening up in the afternoon for a beautiful ceremony. Along with their relatives and friends they gathered at Waialae Beach Park. A long plumeria lei was placed on the sand as a sign of the “circle of love”. The fragrance of the petals aromatic through out the ceremony. Rev. Michael Nelson invited all three in the family to stand in the circle of love. What a memorable Hawaii vow renewal ceremony with Crystal and Karl writing their own vows, containing love, commitment, thank you and some humor also. To reaffirm the mixing of their lives, all three of them, Crystal’s daughter became Karl’s daughter, a year ago, they participated in the unity sand ceremony.Three bottles of Hawaiian white sand were poured into their one decorative container. Their personal vows brought lightness to the ceremony with many smiles and some laughter from everyone. Leis were exchanged by all three a tradition of a Hawaiian gift of love. They were again pronounced the renewed Crystal and Karl & family. Cyrstal looked lovely in her simple but chic styled gown, as their daughter. Karl looked cool in casuals. The ceremonial certificate were signed as a souvenir and it was photo time!!! Congratulations, enjoy your time here. We are glad you will take home part of Hawaii from your memorable Hawaii vow renewal ceremony. Mahalo from A wedding in Hawaii, We thank you for serving America, USAF. Aloha. wedaloha.comby
A wedding in Hawaii offers wedding and vow renewal services to all couples all over the world. Everyone who come to enjoy their wedding in Hawaii find the peaceful, tranquil atmosphere of Hawaii beaches. Paul Thorsen and Todd Borowy of Las Vegas chose us to plan their wedding, we assured them Hawaii is very friendly with every type of wedding including same sex weddings. They were a bit nervous but they brought along many friends to support them though out the day. On November 11, 2015, we met the wonderful couple, Paul and Todd along with their friends, at Waialae Beach Park. We gathered speaking with Rev. Karen Mak to go over the ceremony. They signed their marriage license first before strolling over to Kahala Beach for the ceremonial agenda. All their friends were assigned a task for the wedding ceremony, a brilliant idea for it created a bond and feeling of comfort for the couple. Their friends brought many flower leis for everyone to wear for this special occasion. A special type of leis for the couple made of t-leaf and fragrant tuberose. Strolling on the sandy beach to the wedding location, photos were taken with the smiling couple soaking in the beautiful view of the beach, and distant island scene. Wedding in Hawaii at Kahala Beach have experienced the view of the island of Molokai and Maui on a clear cloudless day. Paul ad Todd looked very stylish for your wedding, dressed in dressy but casual tan Hawaiian wear. Rev. Karen opened the ceremony by a happy “Aloha” greetings. A blessing and prayer for the new union of Paul and Todd. The vows were beautiful, a reading by a member of their guest, participating parties for the blending their lives with a sand ceremony, their close friend spoke of support through their lives, rings were provided by another friend which was blessed and exchanged. Their best friends presented the special leis to them. And finally, Rev. Karen blessed them with a prayer and pronounced them the newlywed Paul and Todd. Cheers from everyone. What a nice wedding ceremony. They look so happy and finally very relaxed. Mahalo so much for having us plan your wedding in Hawaii. Aloha and enjoy all the memorable photos of joy. wedaloha.comby
A rain shower greeted us in the morning of Oct 31, 2015, a Halloween Hawaii wedding for Julie Rollins and Phillip Gray. Within five minutes, rain stopped showing a good luck sign for their Hawaii wedding ceremony. The limousine arrived with our very attractive couple greeted by A wedding in Hawaii and the Rev. Mike Nelson. Loved Julie’s simply chic wedding gown. Phillip looked cool in casual white shirt and tan trousers. As they strolled in the sand, the ocean air was crisp after the rain shower, a beautiful morning but some clouds. Finding a beautiful green dewy spot for the Hawaii wedding ceremony, under the coconut tree was easy today. Not a sole, quiet and serene with only the sound of waves on the sand. Rev. Mike began the this ceremony speaking of commitment of love and marriage, the respect for each other. Beginning this Hawaii wedding ceremony with a the sand ceremony, a symbol of blending of their lives. These vases of sand represents their individual lives to blend into one, The marriage vows facing each other and holding hands were a happy one. As the vows were being said, a rolling sound of thunder in the distance made everyone laugh. A lucky symbol from above. In all the years of planning weddings on the beach, this is the first with a rolling thunder during the vows. Rainbows usually appear, but not the sound of thunder. This is a lucky Hawaii wedding, and Julie and Phillip will always remember this day, to take the occasion home to Las Vegas. The ceremony was beautiful and continued with the ring exchange, blessings and exchange the symbol and gift of love of flower leis. A moment of a loving message to each other was observed before being pronounced husband and wife, Beautiful picture to help remember their special day. A evening cruise and dinner, sailing past Waikiki is awaiting, as they rode away sipping champagne in their limousine. Memories of this precious Hawaii wedding ceremony. Mahalo for having us on our special day. Aloha.by
Having a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony is a very beautiful celebration, but not many plan a double Hawaii vow renewal. Twins sisters Lily Adamo and Kelly Sheldrick asked us to plan this occasion for them. Being from Australia, it was much easier to have a Hawaii wedding planner arrange the details. We were elated to have been chosen and with a little twiking of the wedding packages, they got their dreams of a beautiful Hawaii vow renewal ceremony enjoyed by the whole family. At Magic Island, on Nov. 2, 2015, Lily and Kelly with their husbands Victor and Vesna arrived on two limousines with their children (two each) and couple of friends, met by minister Rev. Mike Nelson, video/photographer crew and singer. A late afternoon ceremony on a cloudy day but beautiful background of Diamond Head. Beautiful french bouquet of dark pink and white roses with some lilies. high lighted the smartly dressed brides. Singer was there with ukulele and Hawaiian songs. Rev. Mike blew the conch shell to welcome the event. The Hawaiian wedding song beautifully sung by Tino before the ceremony began. The event were individually done with the wedding vows of commitment with deep emotions from each couple This Hawaii vow renewal required of a sand ceremony involving their children to continue the mixing of life together. The children shared pouring of the sand, after the parents participated in theirs. Three vials of sand into one decorative container. Rings, and leis were blessed, prayers were said for each couple. All Hawaii wedding and Hawaii vow renewal ceremony has some sort of a traditional floral lei exchange ceremony. In this case each member of the two families enjoyed the process. With their parents completion, they gave their children leis also with kisses on each cheek. Before being pronounced newly vowed, a love song was performed for the couples by Tino. Cheers of joy, a happy Hawaii vow renewal. Many photos and a beautiful video productions will be enjoyed for your memories. A little cloud covered the sunset, but showed some orange glow. A limousine ride back to their hotel with champagne. Hilton Hawaiian Village awaits across the bay for their dinner celebration, We were happy to have met you all and thank you so much for having us on your Hawaii vow renewal special day. Aloha.