Hawaii wedding planners

There are many dependable Hawaii wedding planners on the islands. In our case we do wedding planning for weddings and vow renewals on Oahu only. Our suggestion is to always get a wedding planner if you are making plans from afar.  No matter the size of your wedding, Hawaii wedding planners can guide you in many ways, their island knowledge bring so much guidance with lots of Aloha. The steps to finding  dependable Hawaii wedding planners are to check the internet under HAWAII WEDDINGS choosing some that appeals to you, then check with the Hawaii Better Business Bureau for their status. Most Hawaii wedding planners are honest and truly provide much Aloha. We can plan a beautiful wedding even on short notice. In January, just the two of them, Lan and Joseph booked us for a Feb. 5, 2016 wedding. As Hawaii wedding planners for 30 plus years, we were able to secure the location, minister, flowers, and crew within a day. The hardest part for most Hawaii wedding planners are the lack of beach wedding ministers. Some want just male ministers for some reason.  We do have a variety of great ministers, using them for many years

Lan and Joseph knew each other since middle school but hooked up again much later and love blossomed. A beautiful wedding on the sands of Waialae Beach. Rev. Mike Nelson provided them with a memorable but simple wedding ceremony beginning with the blowing of his conch shell.  The morning sun reflecting on the white sand brought some squinting from the groom, some tears flowed from the bride as the ceremony progressed.  So much love for each other, as they put forward the emotions during the sand ceremony, the beautiful exchange of vows and ring exchange. Ending with a lei exchange, and finally being pronounced husband and wife. Congratulations.  We enjoyed being Hawaii wedding planners for your special day.

Again  for Carla and Craig, this elegant couple gave us the Hawaii wedding planners job to us just a month before their Hawaiian wedding on Feb. 6, 2016. The Hawaii wedding package was chosen and we provided them with a simply beautiful beach wedding ceremony.  A simple package with a ukulele-singer added to perform for their pleasure at their wedding.  Hawaii wedding planners, especially small business like us, always greet our couples and guest at the ceremony. We are present until the occasion is over. Carla and Craig were beautifully dressed, met with music and singing. Rev. Mike Nelson prepared a special ceremony for them to cherish. This couple is so in love, they enjoyed the vows, ring exchange, lei exchange with a few tears of joy. The ceremony with ukulele singing of songs of Hawaii was a very special touch for them. With lots of pictures to enjoy and share. As Hawaii wedding planners, watching a beautiful union being created, is such a joy. Congratulations, and Mahalo to the new Carla ad Craig.

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Rainbow Hawaii weddings

Joyful Rainbow Hawaii weddings on the beach of Waialae Beach Park. We plan Hawaii weddings and vow renewal ceremonies for all, it is your wedding day. A bright sunny day on January 30, 2016, the sands on the beach reflecting the sun. The view of the blue ocean and Kokohead in the background. Mark and Miguel, casually dressed met up with their dear friends to celebrate their marriage ceremony. Hawaii weddings of blending two lives together with a Hawaiian ceremony. Everyone coming to support this beautiful union of Mark and Miguel received a flower lei of Aloha and love.  A nice gesture of thank you and love.  Rev. Karen Mak arrived to extend her Aloha from Joyful weddings. She had a session with the couple about marriage, love and commitment to each other. Their dear friend was assigned the honor to initiate the sand ceremony. The white leis were held by another friend for the lei exchange ceremony.  Walking across the bridge, settling under a artistic shaped tree with black branches like a archway. A loud cheerful “Aloha!” started the ceremony by Rev. Karen. A loud and cheerful response by everyone, Aloha!  Hawaii weddings differ in style depending on the ministers, but starts with a Aloha greetings always.  Rev. Karen started with thanking the couple and guests for having the honor of having Hawaii weddings to begin their lives together. Blessing this day and blessing the union of Mark and Miguel. A beautiful vow exchange with the couple facing each other with love. Blessing the rings to be exchanged as she held each ring to be exchanged. They have given and accepted to love and the commitment of life partners.  To blend the lives of Mark and Miguel, the unity sand ceremony, symbolic union of Hawaii weddings. Rev. Karen blesses the union as husbands in marriage. Cheers, cheers! White orchid leis were given to have the newly weds exchange the gift of love. Lots of kisses and hooting of congratulations.  Rainbow Hawaii weddings are so joyful. Marriage papers were signed, and many photos were taken. Memories of Hawaii weddings, Mahalo, and it was great to enjoy your special day with you.

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Our Hawaii wedding

Our Hawaii wedding was a beautiful family affair. Nicole and Victor became husband and wife, bringing three sons together to become brothers and a loving family of five. On January 28, 2016,, Waimanalo Bay Beach Sherwoods a quiet day except for the sounds of the waves pounding on the white sand. Beautiful couple, very much in love, the three boys very close companions hugging each other. It was a wonderful feeling. Our Rev. Michael Nelson greeted them with Aloha and made sure he knew the names of each of the sons. The delighted boys tried blowing Rev. Mike’s  conch shell, with great success. In fact they bought one the day before to take home with them. The Hawaii  wedding ceremony of Nicole and Victor began with the sounds of the conch shell, to announce the important special event to happen. A beautiful Hawaii wedding ceremony of love by Rev. Mike, standing on the white sandy beach with the background of little islands, Makapuu, Rabbit island, etc. We begin the union of this couple and family by performing the Hawaiian sand ceremony. Like the unity candle, it symbolizes the combining of two lives into one. This is family of unity and love for each other.  Precious vows were said to promise the acceptance of life to follow.  Facing each other, looking into each other’s eyes, they turned to look at their rings, brilliance in the Hawaiian sun. Offering and accepting these beautiful rings, as their sons hugged each other. They will have many wonderful pictures of the wedding for their memory book. The traditional flower lei exchange as they offered personal words of thank you and love to each other. Kissing each other on each cheek, a traditional Hawaiian custom. And now we present to the world the new Nicole and Victor, Hawaii wedding with honor. Some hugging together with their sons. What a wonderful Hawaii wedding ceremony. Some very beautiful photos were taken in the woods of Sherwood forest. Family is staying at Koolina on the Leeward coast of Oahu, celebration at the hotel  Roy’s restaurant. They also enjoyed the Disney Aulani next door. Congratulations, it was super meeting you all. A Hawaii wedding, beginning. Aloha.

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