Hawaii vow renewal

Congratulations for a memorable Hawaii vow renewal on March 25, 2016, Good Friday, A beautiful Hawaii vow renewal ceremony of Jessie and Tony Rose was enjoyed at Magic Island,  at Honolulu’s people park of Ala Moana. Married for ten wonderful years with four
handsome sons to show off, a Hawaii vow renewal by Rev. Michael Nelson. A very special moment of their lives together. Jessie looked beautiful and so happy, dressed simply but smartly. Her husband dressed casually and looked great, dressed his sons like him.  What a nice looking family with well behaved sons. Loved ones also joined the family to give support.  A little rain from above did not dampen their spirits. Strolling to the wedding site, we tried to beat the rain that was forecast.  Diamond loomed in the voggy background with darker shade of ocean, due to sun covered.  It was still a beautiful sight for the ceremony. Diamond Head is still brown due to lack of rain this month.  Rev. Michael blew his conch shell to announce the important event to happen. As they stood together with their four children, they renewed their vows as they did ten years ago (of course minus the children at the time). Facing each other, smiling, happily Jessie and Tony gave and accepted their promise of marriage vows.  Rings held by their oldest son were handed over to Rev. Mike, raising it for the couple to reflect on the beauty and endless circle. Rings were give  n and exchanged.  Shell leis were used to have a lei exchange which is a symbol of gift of Aloha.  As they kissed each other, they were happily pronounced the renewed Jessie and Tony Rose. Congratulations, photo images for memories of a Hawaii vow renewal were taken.  A beautiful family and a wonderful ceremony.  Mahalo for having us. This couple enjoys and resides in Wahiawa, Oahu.   Mahalo.

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A Magical Hawaii wedding

3/16/16, a special day for many couples celebrating their Hawaii wedding day. From New Zealand, Michelle Chote and Malcolm Harrison chose to tie the knot, having a magical Hawaiian ceremony at Magic Island in Honolulu. This park is beautiful with beautiful blue ocean, waves for surfers and historic Diamond Head in the background. At the time work is in progress to improve the area.  Arriving by limousine,our handsome couple arrived with a few close relatives and friends. Beautiful and smartly dressed, Michelle was attired in ivory colored chic-ly styled dress. A french bouquet of pink roses was a perfect compliment to her attire. Charming Malcolm spotted a matching boutonnire of pink rose pinned to white shirt.  This Hawaii wedding, will be officiated by Rev. Michael Nelson, Mr. Aloha of Hawaii wedding ceremonies.  The group loved his ceremony and his personality. It was a gorgeous day at 5:00 in the afternoon, sunny, and cool breeze, . scent of the Pacific ocean in the air. A perfect Hawaii wedding day for Michelle and Malcolm to remember always. To announce the special moment about to happen, Rev. Mike sounded his conch shell.  Under the huge Monkey Pod tree, with the aqua blue-ocean and Diamond Head in the background, surfers afar, a beautiful scene. Hawaii wedding for Michelle and Malcolm.  Ceremony began with the couple looking at Rev. Mike listening to his words of wisdom, the commitment and the marriage vows about to be given and accepted.  As a symbol of mixing of their lives, a Hawaii wedding sand ceremony was offered for them to participate in.  Their specially written marriage vows to each other were beautiful. Both facing each other, happily gave and accepted their feelings to each other to vow their commitment of love.  Beautiful rings with circle of no end,  this Hawaii wedding to begin this circle.  Smiles of joy. A blessing with hands clasped together and flower leis of white orchids. Traditional offering of leis as a gift of Aloha can never be omitted in a Hawaii wedding ceremony. A kiss on each cheek, of course is the Hawaiian custom. We now present to you the new Michelle and Malcolm Harrison!!!  Happiness, congratulation, and much laughter/hugging and Aloha. Certificate were signed by all witnesses. Many photos with beautiful images of a Hawaii wedding memories, Mahalo for this opportunity to make this a very special beginning for you. A  dinner of excellence at the Azure restaurant at Hawaii’s pink palace to celebrate. Aloha and have a safe trip back to New Zealand.

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Hawaiian wedding

Erin Clark and Mark Hogan, happy Hawaiian wedding day. Our Sunshine wedding couple of the month. On March 15, 2016, this sunny and happy couple celebrated their special day, with a Hawaiian wedding ceremony. It was a beautiful day at Magic Island, Honolulu’s people’s park at Ala Moana.  With historic Diamond Head in the far background and the beautiful waters and waves of Waikiki and Kakaako. Beautiful Erin and handsome Mark wore matching outfits in dark blue and gray. Very smart and chic, of course is Erin’s creation. Her bouquet was a creation of white satin flowers and beads, beautifully done. Mom and Dad were there to give support to the couple on this Hawaiian wedding day, to be performed by Rev. Michael Nelson. And everyone arrived early to secure parking Under the ancient Monkey pod tree, Rev. Mike started with the conch shell to announce an important event was to take place. The art of blowing a conch shell has some mastering of practice.  Words of marriage and commitment with a Aloha welcome from Rev. Mike.  A typical Hawaiian wedding is usually enjoyed on the beaches Hawaii, involving a blessing in English and Hawaiian. Traditionally a unity sand ceremony, and a flower lei exchange of Aloha, with two kisses on each cheek.  The participation of a unity sand ceremony involves the meaning of uniting yourselves together into one by combining two separate vials of sand into one container.  The Hawaiian wedding vows began with each turning to look into each other’s eyes, Erin and Mark spoke their words of promise of their lifetime together. Beautiful ceremony, a happy couple who always  compliments everything with happy laughter.  The rings are beautiful sparkling so bright in the Hawaiian sun, given and accepting those rings with love.  Blessing were given with the leis wrapped around their hands clasped together. Before they presented their leis called gifts of Aloha, they each were given time to say a bit of sweet nothings. (words of love and thank you). The Hawaiian wedding of Erin and Mark sealed with flower leis and a kiss on each cheek. Rev. Mike presents the new Erin and Mark Hogan, married March 15, 2016, Hawaiian wedding, Magic Island in Honolulu, Hawaii. Congratulations, enjoy your dinner celebrations at Tanaka of Tokyo. Have a great honeymoon and safe trip back to Iowa City. Mahalo so much for having us help you on your special Hawaiian wedding day. It was so nice to meet you.  Mr. and Mrs Sunshine!

 

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Weddings in Hawaii

Weddings in Hawaii are so much fun to plan and the best part is meeting people of the world. It is enriching to make couples happy on their most special day of their lives. As far away as  France, Australia and our own United States, weddings in Hawaii have made dreams and memories reach their ultimate. For Shannon Book and Michael Howard, who hails from little town of Elizabeth Town, Kentucky, it is really quite a dream. Weddings of Hawaii combining their honeymoon in the town of Makaha on the west shores of Oahu, they are so happy to be away from busy Waikiki. They prefer to drive in to see the sights on this end. On march 8, 2016, Shannon and Michael fulfilled their dream to be married on the sands and shores of Hawaii.  Waialae Beach was cool on this day with beautiful surf ready waves afar.  Cloudy, but still beautiful with no rain.  Beach weddings in Hawaii are usually not affected by heavy rain. It would rain or sprinkle for a few minutes then the cloud parts and rain stops so we can continue with the ceremony. Rev. Michael Nelson greeted the wonderful couple.  Nicely dressed, Shannon in a chic ivory colored dress .and Michael in a teal colored shirt. A beautiful couple, who were so very nice and sweet.  We loved their Kentucky accent. Shannon made her own small bouquet with some pretty flowers and ribbons. They kicked off their shoes to be spoiled by the white warm sand.  Conch shell blowing by Rev. Mike to announce that a special ceremony was about to happen commenced.  A beautiful and long calling. As Shannon and Michael turned toward each other, looking into their eyes, Rev. Mike presented a very relaxed beautiful ceremony they will forever remember.  For the symbol of mixing their lives into one, they participated in a Hawaiian unity sand ceremony.  With hands entwined, to join their lives together, they gave their vows promising their love and life to each other. Beautiful shining rings were exchanged to seal their promised vows.  Weddings in Hawaii is never complete without the traditional flower lei exchange and two kisses on each cheek By this time their were relaxed with beaming smiles. Signing of the certificates and Rev. Mike announced, “by the power vested in me by the state of Hawaii, I now pronounce you husband and wife”.  Congratulations to Shannon and Michael Howard!! Enjoy your many beautiful photos and memories. Mahalo and you will be in our memories. Enjoy your luau celebrating your wedding in Hawaii.

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Hawaii wedding seeing double

Beach Hawaii wedding double ceremony for elegant couples from Norway. For a small Hawaii wedding planner like A wedding in Hawaii, a double wedding ceremony is a big, special  occasion. From far away Norway, Ola trusted in us to plan a double Hawaii wedding ceremony for him as well as his friends. On March 7, 2016, the arrival on a luxury limousine were Ola Kollerud and bride Trine Svensen; Arne Larsen and bride Anita Finstad, to Waialae Beach Park. A beautiful Hawaiian afternoon, they chose to have the ceremonies on the sand with the beauty of the ocean, waves and islands afar. The ladies were elegant, beautiful, blonde and well tanned. They were dressed in chic ivory colored bridal gowns. They looked so ready to enjoy their Hawaii wedding, as they each held a single white lily and greens both long stem. They looked so fine, and gave a curtsy as they met Rev. Michael Nelson.  How cool and respectful is that? The guys looked happy and cool dressed all in casual whites.  What  handsome couples. It is a beautiful afternoon for a happy Hawaii wedding day, sunny, cool, and the scent of the sea of the Pacific. A double white orchid lei was added to their wedding package to use for the ladies with portrait allure. The marriage vows were amazing as both couples stood barefoot Hawaiian style on the sand.  Each accepted their vows holding hands, first Ola and Trine, then Arne and Anita, looking lovingly at each other. Hawaii wedding ceremony of mixing their lives with a unity sand ceremony, vials of sand poured into one container per couple. Taking home with them as part of their ceremonial gift. Rings, circle of no end, offered and accepted with a promise and vows of forever love.  Flower leis for the ceremony,  blessing of each couple becoming husband and wife. They each gave words of love and promise to each other. Arne and Anita could hardly wait to kiss each other, sneaking kisses every chance they got. Ola and Trine with love shining in their eyes, contained themselves. Lei exchange and kisses on each cheek ended the beautiful Hawaii wedding ceremony. Rev. Mike announced the union of Ola and Trine Svensen  and Arne and Anita Findstad. A elegance of beauty, many beautiful photographs were imaged for their memories. Love is beautiful, Hawaii wedding with memories for years to come. A limousine ride back to their hotel and celebration at the La Mer Restaurant tonight. Mahalo for giving us this special time with you at your Hawaii wedding double ceremony.

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Hawaii wedding

Hawaii wedding of Aloha for Midori Uemura and Thomas Luenstrothon March 3, 2016. A beautiful day for a beach Hawaiian wedding at Magic Island. This very cute couple from Canada decided on a Hawaii wedding ceremony and started their vacation on the island of Maui to begin their journey of love.  Very much in love and so young, they start toward their journey of life together today.  The distant sight of historic Diamond Head, brings their love story to commence with a very Hawaiian wedding ceremony. Midori was dressed in a light green dress with a long white strand of pearls. Thomas wore khaki shorts and white long sleeved shirt. Of course the comfort of Hawaiian slippers for a casual Hawaii wedding. We gave Thomas a white shell lei to wear to match Midori’s white pearls. Rev. Michael Nelson, smiling and greeting this happy couple, locking their love in,to one in marriage. A Hawaii wedding, so beautiful and emotional, tears of joy  flowed as Thomas promised his vows of  forever. Midori,  with stronger emotion, held on Thomas’s hands tightly and promised her vows to him. Choosing not to exchange ring at this time, they enjoyed the Hawaii wedding tradition of lei ceremony as a gift of love and Aloha.  We are honored to present them as the new Midori and Thomas Luenstroth. The signing of their wedding certificate and document followed with photographs taken for their memory album. This couple met in Australia, of Japanese and German  heritage respectively and currently works in Canada. A Hawaii wedding is just he beginning of a life time together as one family. Aloha and Mahalo from A wedding in Hawaii.  Thank you for having us enjoy the honor of planning your very special day beginning your life together.

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Hawaii wedding packages

Joanna Chmura and Scott Ramos Hawaii wedding packages tweaked to their liking. A beautiful leap year wedding on February 29, 2016 was seriously enjoyed by many families and friends. A traditional leap year wedding, began with Scott’s father and mother getting married on a February 29.  From basic Hawaii wedding packages on A wedding in Hawaii web site, wedaloha.com, this couple chose the Magic package. They paid a large fee to the Byodo-In Temple for their wedding site in Kaneohe, Oahu, we provided the minister, the photographer, the videographer, with traveling fees to the other side of the island. Hawaii wedding packages can be tweaked, just ask us and we will do comparable or additional services with basic costs added. The temple is a beautiful ancient Japanese temple, orange in color, with a picturesque long bridge to cross into the gardens surrounding the Buddhist temple. The misty mountains of Koolau behind the temple with a koi pond in front makes a beautiful background.  Choosing a garden with that background was a perfect choice. The weather held off the rain. Our Hawaii wedding packages do not offer chairs or alters on beaches, due to State laws. In this case, the temple supplied chairs for the comfort of the guest, being on private property.  The couple arrived with their son, all beautifully dressed in White.  The bride’s bouquet of tropical flower were aromatic with the scent of the white ginger flower blossoms. The video love story begins with the couple walking on the oriental bridge toward the temple.  As the gathering took place, many visitors mingled up to the temple, a tourist attraction, ringing the temple gong- bell. Before the ceremony, the wedding area was coned off and the gong stopped.   Beautiful combinations of Hawaii wedding packages, tweaked together has created a very special time for Joanna and Scott of Colorado.  A welcome and Aloha blessing was provided by Reverend Michael Nelson.  Beautiful vows were given, blessing of beautiful rings, and the traditional lei exchange.  The black kukui nut and orchid leis were used for the traditional leis, gift of love.  We would like to present to you the new Joanna and Scott Ramos, married in this beautiful garden of Hawaii, the Byodo-In Temple.  A beautiful photographic and video love story awaits them as newly weds. Mahalo for having us on this special day.   wedaloha.com

 

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