Hawaii weddings

Love is in the air. Hawaii weddings can be fun and be a family affair Maria and Ramon of Fresno, California brought their families to be part of their very special day. Everyone had a hand in making and planning this day a special one for them.  On January 22, 2016, at Kahala Beach, a perfect day for Hawaii weddings, sunshine, cool and serene waters.  Relatives had crafted hair pins with star ceramic star fish, the cake was gorgeous with star fish decorated (yes, star fish was the theme). A bouquet so heavily laden with beautiful roses and cacti, was gorgeous with Maria’s cream colored gown. The bouquet was made by her friend or had it made.  Ramon, always smiling, black tux and gold vest matching their son’s outfit. Oliver is a cutie.  This happy couple is so much in love, they have been together for while, but happiness radiates from their smiles. The wedding ceremony began with the sounding of the conch shell by Rev. Michael Nelson. With the close knit family and friends surrounding them, Aloha and welcome was extended by Rev Mike.  We start by mixing of lives by the sand ceremony participation. Most Hawaii weddings do not include free sand ceremonies, however, we feel that beginning life by blending two lives into one is of great importance.  This symbolic gesture begins life of love, forever.  With the little islands in the ocean, in the background, a beautiful Hawaiian wedding was in the making.  Marriage vows were repeated, looking into each other’s eyes with love. Promising to love and accept each other forever.  Beautiful rings, chosen by both, as a couple, given and accepted. Prayers for the union of Maria and Ramon toward a  happy marriage with Oliver and children to come. Floral leis exchange for Hawaii weddings is a must.  Kisses on each cheek symbolizes Hawaiian gift giving. We now present the new Maria and Ramon, husband and wife, Hawaii weddings of love. Many pictures will be enjoyed by all. The beautiful wedding cake was cut by the couple and fed to each other. Yummy.  Our thank you for sharing your day with us. Much love and Aloha.

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Affordable Hawaii wedding

Compare our affordable Hawaii wedding with other Hawaii wedding planners. Most of our weddings we plan are beach weddings made affordable by simply having a relaxed stress free atmosphere with perks loved by many couples around the world. Appreciation from loving couples who look for affordable Hawaii weddings small or mid large ceremony with lots of photographic coverage, has been abundant. Our passion is to make all couples happy and with great satisfaction. A military couple stationed in Hawaii enjoyed their wedding day, given military discount, on January 21, 2016 at Waialae Beach Park. Courtney and Richard, on this beautiful day, was supported by their military family by saying ” we will” to this union of Courtney’s and Richard’s “I do”.Their military family arrived early to secure their spots at the park to enjoy a small reception after the ceremony.  A perfect way to enjoy a affordable Hawaii wedding on the beach.  Rev. Michael Nelson welcomed beautiful Courtney, holding red floral bouquet wearing a gorgeous but simple wedding gown. Richard was handsome in black and white. Many guest were dressed in red colored apparels.  Richard turned away so he would not see Courtney until she proceeded up the aisle. Announcing the commencing of the ceremony, the sound of conch shell blown by Rev. Mike. Richard turned to face the arrival of his bride to be as she walked up the aisle. On the sands of Waialae, everyone stood around the couple. Greetings and Aloha to all. Let us start by performing the sand ceremony to begin the blending of two lives to create one family. The beauty of a small affordable Hawaii wedding, is enjoying a loving, Ohana (family) style wedding ceremony, with intimacy and full of love in the air.  Wedding vows with tears of emotion.  Blessing of beautiful rings, gift of love forever given and accepted. The always traditional floral lei gift to each other with words of personal love. Kisses on each cheek. Announcing of the newly wedded couple, bringing cheers from all. Many photos of the ceremony, group shots of their military family, as well as portraits of the newly wed. Congratulation on a perfect Hawaiian affordable Hawaii wedding. We enjoyed having you as part of our wedding Ohana. Refreshment followed with delicious and beautiful cup cakes for all at the park.  Mahalo for joining us for your stress free, affordable Hawaii wedding.  Aloha.

 

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Hawaii weddings

Hawaii weddings at Hawaii beach locations are most economical and enjoyable for Hawaii couples as well as destination wedding couples. Charlene and Michael had enjoyed our wedding video of our Hawaii weddings. Our website wedaloha.com shows you the entire ceremony from the time of arrival to the location to the leaving the location. Choosing January 12, 2016 at Waimanalo Bay Beach Park, was a perfect choice. Beautiful Hawaiian day, ocean and beach of brilliant color.  Arriving early, in separate cars, Michael was hidden from Charlene until the ceremony started. Michael looked great in black shirt. The green maile lei entwined with fragrant white tuberrose was a perfect match for a Hawaiian wedding.  Rev. Mike Nelson led him and other guests to the altar area to await the bride.  Beautiful Charlene in a very simple but chic sheer ivory colored short dress arrived to admire her bouquet of white roses and yellow plumeria flowers.  Ukulele and singer entertained everyone before the wedding ceremony.  Hawaii weddings on the beach is always quiet enough to hear the singer and instrument playing.  Michael faced the ocean so not to see Charlene. Rev. Mike sounded his conch shell. Michael turned to face altar to see Charlene for the first time today.  Music and singing of the Hawaiian wedding song began and the bride strolled down the aisle to meet her groom.  Welcome and Aloha extended to the family, and congratulations to the couple.  A memorable wedding ceremony, Hawaii weddings of emotions.  Beginning with the unity sand ceremony to unite their lives. Some Hawaii weddings provide simple sand ceremony in lieu of a unity candle ceremony.  The wedding vows said and accepted with tears from Charlene.  Beautiful rings glistening in the Hawaiian sun, given and accepted with such joy.  Traditional Hawaiian blessing, flower lei exchange as a gift of love before being pronounced husband and wife. Presenting the new Charlene and Michael of Monterey, California.  Many gorgeous photos will be enjoyed and shared.  They will celebrate dinner at Roy’s restaurant. Celebration of Hawaii weddings is always a happy time with their families. Mahalo for having us on your special day from  A wedding in Hawaii, specialist for Hawaii weddings.

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Loving Hawaii vow renewal

A Hawaii vow renewal on the beautiful beach of Waimanalo Bay. After 15 years of wedded bliss, loving couple Gabriella and Cesar Castillo, enjoying their Hawaii vacation with their two children and families, also had big plans to enjoy their Hawaii vow renewal ceremony on the beach.  The big day, January 6, 2016, a family affair with lots of beautiful extras.  Floral leis on the white sand in the shape of a heart, with tiny pink flowers to accent the inner circle. The circle of love for them to stand in as they perform their ceremony.  Flower leis to line the aisle. French bouquet of pink and white roses for Gabriella. Professional singer with ukulele for music, video of the ceremony and lots of photographs. The color motif for the attires were bright orange and aqua for ties, shirts, dresses. Cesar and the guys arrived first, he looking so chic in his tan colored suit, son looked great in white suit and orange tie, Dad in bright aqua shirt, real neat.  Gariella arrived in a beautiful white gown with a floral tiara, joined by her daughter with bright orange dress. They looked so beautiful.  Bouquet for Gabriella matched her attire, and the aisle way sprinkled with little pink flowers was perfect as she walked up the aisle.  Cesar faced the ocean and Rev. Mike Nelson set up all the guest on the two sides. Colors of orange, aqua, pink, white were the guest’s colors. Ukulele and singing as Cesar turned to watch the arrival of his wife. This Hawaii vow renewal are being taped from the time they arrived to when they leave the park.  Smiles of happiness, they stepped into the circle of love to begin the ceremony. A gorgeous day, with so much Aloha in the air. This Hawaii vow renewal package is a fantastic way show casing the love that continuously grow. They participated in the unity sand ceremony to continue the uniting of their family with love.  They wrote their own vows, making it so very special to view it on video tape.  Tears of emotion.  Rings, so very special, a brilliant smile from Gabriella.  A beautiful song, Over the Rainbow on ukulele by Baron was enjoyed. Song requested by the couple as their song. Giving and acceptance of leis traditional gift of love, for both Hawaii vow renewal and wedding is great enjoyment. With that, Rev. Mike asked everyone, support and approve this beautiful couple, say I do.  Loud and clear, “I do” followed with the presentation of the renewed Gabriella ad Cesar.  Cheers and hugs, what a beautiful and happy day.  Mahalo, and congrats. A great dinner at Sarento’s restaurant to celebrate.  Hawaii vow renewal with so much love.  Aloha….

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Hawaii wedding planner

Looking for  small Hawaii destination weddings, planning from around the world or even in Hawaii, it is best to rely on a Hawaii wedding planner who are experts and know the islands.  Most of us are locals born or living in Hawaii for a long  time, considered Kamaaina’s.  Savannah and Dakota, very young couple living in Wailua decided to get married, just the two of them. Dakota is serving in the US Navy stationed in Oahu. They decided on getting a Hawaii wedding planner after surfing the web sites looking for affordable Hawaii weddings.  Seeing what Hawaii wedding planners offering so many different packages, with very affordable prices, they decided to rely on a planner for a stress free wedding ceremony. Everything turned out so smoothly, they found the location easily, did not get lost even traveling from the other side of the island. Our  crew’s Aloha welcome and easy, relaxed Ohana style Aura surrounded us.  January 7, 2016, a beautiful sunny day at Magic Island, Savannah Manley and Dakota Teafatiller, became united in marriage.  The background of Diamond Head in the background, the beautiful aqua-blue ocean and many sailboats/boats docked toward the Ala Wai boat harbor.  A picture perfect post card scene.  Rev. Michael Nelson personalized the wedding ceremony for this very loving, young couple to cherish forever. Eyes for each other always with happy smiles.  Beautiful vows, promise of commitment of love and respect for each other.  Uniting two lives into one, a unity sand ceremony was enjoyed. Each grain of sand represents your character blending your characters into one life.  Blessing the beautiful Koa Hawaian rings, Rev Mike held each ring up for them to reflect upon the beauty of the uniqueness, exchanging of rings proceeded  Beautiful shell leis were used for the traditional lei exchange. A Hawaii wedding planner usually have fresh flower leis, but the shell leis are used for some simple packages. Rev. Mike proudly announces and introduces the new Savannah and Dakota, married in Hawaii, January 7, 2016.  We, as a Hawaii wedding planner always have some sort of photo packages included and beautiful pictures will be treasured.  Dakota has secret plans for the evening celebration,  He is so sweet, would not let us in on the secret.  Mahalo so much, we were indeed very happy to meet you and make your day very special. Having a Hawaii wedding planner did pay off.  They were so happy.   aloha…

 

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Hawaii beach wedding

Hawaii beach wedding on the sandy beach of Waialae Beach Park on January 5, 2016. A windy day, a slight sprinkle of rain, a light rainbow greeted Maricel Borja and Randall Murchison.  They are from Japan, family, friends from different locations arrived together on a 10 passenger limousine. A Hawaii beach wedding with the whole family together from the arrival at the park to the dinner cruise in the evening was a close family event.  Beautiful Maicel, relaxed and happy; Randall trying to manage some candid picture taking by his brother. Beautiful music by harpist, Sharene, pretty and the best harp player on Oahu.  A slight rainbow toward the mountains sign of luck. A lucky new year is anticipated for the newlyweds.  Announcing that a beautiful thing is about to happen, the sound of the conch shell by Rev. Michael Nelson, the best and most popular Hawaii beach wedding minister on the island.  Beautiful music by Sharene was played in honor of the bride and groom.  The sight of beauty in the distance of the island to the east, Koko head crater and Pot Luck, with sparkling waters, creates this Hawaii beach wedding a fantastic background.  Rev. Mike presents a Hawaiian wedding ceremony personalized for Maricel and Randall.  The welcome message of Aloha, and the blessings of the union of this couple by their close knitted family and friends were acknowledged. Holding hands and looking into each others eyes, they repeated the marriage vows after Rev. Mike.  The unity sand ceremony was enjoyed to combine their lives into one.  Rings of love were exchanged, given and accepted to symbolize their vows to each other.  A time to extend their love, trust and devotion,  quiet words to each other.  Flower leis traditional for a Hawaii beach wedding, exchanged and sealed with kisses on each cheek. A beautiful wedding they will cherish as they return to Japan.  The marriage was legalized with the signing of the license of Hawaii and decorative certificate of marriage. Loved ones signed the marriage as witnesses.  Pictures of beauty, walking on the beach, portraits, family pictures and they especially wanted a picture of Sharene and her harp with them. Congrats on your Hawaii beach wedding. Mahalo for choosing us for your special day.  Enjoy your dinner cruise together with your family. The return trip to the hotel with champagne with the whole family.  A Hawaii beach wedding well enjoyed. Aloha.

 

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Wedding in Hawaii

A Wedding in Hawaii extends our fond welcome, our 2016 New Years day wedding couple, Meghan Mueller and Carson Schultz of Honolulu, Hawaii.  Working professionals in Honolulu, this handsome couple looked so happy, holding hands as they arrived at Waialae Beach Park. A quiet wedding in Hawaii on the beach was very appealing to them, being so busy with work.  The limousine arrived, met by Rev. Kimo Taylor and Roger.  Beautiful bride, gorgeous  beaded gown,  smiling Meghan looked so happy looking at handsome Carson in his dark colored suit.  Many couples elect to write their own vows to each other, and couples are encouraged to do so for our wedding in Hawaii.  Especially special is to listen to the vows that you wrote if your wedding package included video of the occasion. Rev. Kimo Taylor honored them with a wonderful, memorable New Years wedding ceremony.  They will begin the new year being Meghan and Carson Schultz, which sounds like heaven to them.  They looked elegant standing together, her beaded gown with the train arranged to spread out in back to the left front. With Carson, chic, in dark suit next to her, a perfect picture of bride and groom. Meghan had a beautiful tropical bouquet to accept her gown.  Rev Kimo welcomed them with  Aloha.  He is of Hawaiian-German ancestry, his ceremony tones with Hawaiian/English  blessings and language.  To begin with the blending of two lives to come together, the participation of  a unity sand ceremony was enjoyed.  Their own vows were exchanged with deep love, sharing and devotion. Followed by the Rev. Kimo’s ceremony of taking each other to be husband and wife forever. ” I DO”. The rings, circle of no end, blessed, looking into each other’s eyes, accept this ring….the beautiful Hawaiian ceremony, universal to all. Flower leis, a gift of love, traditional Hawaiian style. A wedding in Hawaii, beautiful day, gorgeous happy couple.  Congratulations, we are glad you loved the pictures, which you already received, enjoy and share. They spend the week end quietly at a Kaneohe Bed and Breakfast Inn. Mahalo for choosing A wedding in Hawaii for your special day.

 

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Affordable Hawaii weddings

We are proud and happy to end a successful year with many affordable Hawaii weddings; making couples so very happy with Hawaiian style wedding ceremonies.  Cherishing those very special moments with happiness and beautiful pictures to remind them of their joy.  On December 31, 2015, Kellie Todich and Michael Riley invited parents and friends to witness and share the joy of having Hawaii weddings on the beach.  They wanted a small but memorable wedding relaxing with their loved ones, enjoying Hawaiian singer Baron on his ukulele performing at their ceremony.  The last day of year 2015, luck be with them Michael serves in the US Army and they enjoy life in Hawaii at this time.  Kellie looked great in a beige colored, chic and flowing long dress. Michael, casually dressed was tall, with nice Hawaiian sun tan.  Different types of leis or loved ones. For Kellie, a beautiful double orchid lei, Michael, and Dad, black kukui nut lei, Orchid lei for Mom and Kellie’s best lady. Our Rev. Kimo Taylor arrived to greet everyone.  Children were happily engaged with Michael who seem to love children. A beautiful  morning at Kahala Beach, a perfect Hawaiian wedding to be.  Rev. Kimo, dressed in Hawaiian attire for all his Hawaii weddings, motioned for music and singing to start the moments awaited for.  A  “Aloha welcome” to everyone, thanking them for the support of this joyous moment.  Before the vows were exchanged, the mixing of two live with a unity sand ceremony were enjoyed.  Not all Hawaii weddings offer sand ceremonies for free, but it is nice to do so giving a meaning of symbol to unite their lives. Rev. Kimo does his blessings in Hawaiian and English. Vows were exchanged with much love, rings blessed given and taken.  The Hawaiian lei exchange is traditionally for all Hawaii weddings, always ending with kisses on each cheek.  This is the offering of the gift of love before being pronounced husband and wife.  Beautiful love song dedicated to the new Kellie and Michael Riley, by Baron on ukulele.  How romantic it was. As the song ended, Rev. Kimo blew his conch shell, as the newlywed gave each other a long kiss.  Congratulations and a Happy New Year to Mr. & Mrs. Michael Riley of Ewa Beach, Oahu.   Photos were taken for memories of their special day. Mahalo for having us and being our last Hawaii weddings for 2015. Aloha.

 

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