A sandy beach Hawaii wedding day, April 19, 2016. Arriving for their special day, bridal couple Kristen Blais and Ken Brydges of Winnipeg Canada, brought their love ones to support them in this occasion. Serenaded by our professional singer/ukulele player, Dereck, this joyous day has arrived. Orchid flower leis were given to each guest with hugs and kisses. Shiny, brown colored kukui nut leis were presented to the children. Beautiful Kristen was gorgeous in a chic stylish gown, her handsome husband in white shirt and dark trousers. High lighting Kristen’s gown was a gorgeous french bouquet of pink roses. Rev, Michael Nelson arrived to extend his Aloha. The desire to wed in the sand, we chose a beautiful spot at Kahala Beach with the islands and ocean in the background. The beautiful singing of Hawaii by Dereck in the background was very delightful. The fragrance of yellow plumeria flowers were in the air. These flowers were sewn like a lei (five regular sized leis ties together) to create a circle at the altar. on Beautiful, but difficult to keep on the sand due to tradewinds. Rev. Mike started with the conch shell blowing, then Dereck with the Hawaiian wedding song as Kristen walked up the aisle, escorted by her father. Entering into the circle, with Ken accepting her from Dad. Rev. Michael welcomed and congratulated the couple for their acceptance of holy matrimony. A beautiful Hawaii wedding ceremony Kristen and Ken will always remember. To join together their two individual lives, the sand ceremony was enjoyed. This practice is new to many couples, but they love the symbolism. Vows to be with each other and commit to each other in marriage were beautiful. Ring exchange, blessings and the lei exchange before being pronounced husband and wife. A love song beautiful singing by Derreck dedicated to the new Kristen and Ken Brydges, A memorable Hawaii wedding with many photos for their memories. Celebration on a dinner cruise to follow. Mahalo and congratulationsby
Hawaii weddings, success and stress free Hawaii weddings always rely on experienced Hawaii wedding planners. Carley Clifford and Phil Beckett of far away Australia chose our Hawaii wedding package offering everything they needed for a affordable price. On April 16, 2016, they arrived relaxed and eager to get married A beautiful day at Kahala Beach in Honolulu, their many love ones joined them on this their special special day. Already officially married, with the cutest little son along. Limousine arrived with beautiful Carley dressed in a ivory fitted gown. Beautiful hair done by her good friend. A french bouquet of pink and white flowers. As they arrived songs of Hawaii by guitar and singer. Video and photo images. Phil looked great in white shirt and tan colored trousers, with a fragrant Hawaiian maile lei draped around his neck. A gorgeous sunny day, clear beyond the ocean to see the next island of chain. The ceremony began with the Hawaiian wedding song sung and played by guitarist Baron. The Rev, Michael Nelson officiated, presenting the couple with a memorable ceremony, all Hawaii weddings of joy. Combining the lives of two are like blending sands together to create one family. The Hawaii unity sand ceremony created a beautiful feeling of togetherness. As the soft sounds of guitar played in the background, Rev. Mike welcomed and congratulated them. Wedding vows are about to begin. although not the same as their original vows, Hawaii weddings are the same basically universal. Vow to love and support each other forever. Blessing of beautiful rings, as they took a moment to reflect on the beauty, and the special meaning to the rings. Exchanging rings with love. White orchid leis were used to exchange as a symbol of gift of Aloha. Loving words of love, thank you to each other. They gave each other kisses on each cheek. Blessing of Carley and Phil Beckett, a Hawaiian wedding day. Beautiful love song dedicated to them were enjoyed by everyone. Congratulations from their love ones with so much joy, with a baby turtle coming close to shore to visit. This turtle was one of two released to the wild at Kahala hotel beach only hours ago. What a beautiful Hawaii wedding ceremony. The love story filmed on video will be a memories to cherish, along with many photo images. A limousine ride with champagne and a dinner cruise to celebrate this special day. Mahalo so much for having us, and we enjoyed your Hawaii weddings as much as you did. Aloha.
Waimanalo Bay Park at Sherwood Forest, memorable Hawaii wedding ceremony on April 14, 2016 for Jeanette Krafczyk and Alex Holland. This beautiful couple from Germany, arrived at the location, driving a Mercedes rental. Jeannette is a Polish beauty of softness, dressed in a silky while, half off the shoulder gown of stylish fashion. Alex, a handsome Russian, in white shirt and dark trousers. Their arrival was filmed on video as their journey of marriage began. A haku head lei of pink and white orchid varieties was adorned around her hair. As they strolled through the ironwood trees of Sherwood forest, the filming as well as photo imaging continued. Rev. Michael Nelson strolled along getting acquainted with the couple. They were born on the same day, different year, sharing a birthday of Feb. 8th. A gorgeous day at Waimanalo beach for their Hawaii wedding. The ocean water was so blue, a deep color due to the perfect sun reflection. They strolled in the sand holding hands to the altar where they will officially say “I do”. As Rev. Mike sounded his conch shell twice for ceremony. Welcome and congratulations for having us for your Hawaii wedding. The joining of two entities with a Hawaiian sand ceremony, to accept this ceremony Jeanette ad Alex agreed to symbolize. They will take home the decorate bag of sand and two shell leis as mementos of their Hawaii wedding ceremony. The vows of marriage, to love and care for each other always, and the family to forth come. Rings of brilliance, reflect upon the beauty as well as the meaning of these rings. Blessings, offering and accepting of these rings, choosing to wear on the right hand, as they do in Germany, A Hawaii wedding always ends with a lei exchange, called the gift of love. Some do not choose this custom, which is fine, it is their wedding to choose. As Jeanette and Alex had some love and Aloha to offer to each other privately (except to heard only on their video), the lei-ing and kisses on each kiss. Rev. Mike presents the new Mr. & Mr. Alex Holland!!! A happy successful Hawaii wedding ceremony. A romantic beach walk along the shores of Waimanalo Beach, documented by video and photo images. Beautiful photos were taken in the woods and forest, a elegance of art. Jeanette and Alex will celebrate at the Sky lounge at Waikiki sky rise. We enjoyed meeting you and thank you so much for having us on this special day of your Hawaii wedding. Aloha.
Ten years together, Kimiko and Keith decided on a Hawaii wedding in with their children along. A happy occasion became saddened when her father passed away a few days before the Hawaii wedding ceremony. Instead of canceling the special day, Mom advised for them to go through with it since the cost of travel from the west coast would be wasted. Instead of just the Hawaii wedding, we created a Aloha ceremony for them in honor of Dad. It was highly successful and beautiful to bring some closure to Kimiko and family. A beautiful Hawaii wedding ceremony was presented by Rev. Michael Nelson. The family all gathered at Kahala beach, three children and a dear friend were there to support them. Their friend who lives in Hawaii, presented them with beautiful Hawaii wedding leis The sounding of conch shell to announce the Hawaii wedding ceremony and Aloha Hawaii farewell ceremony. All the traditional Hawaii wedding ceremony from the sand ceremony, the vows to each other, the ring exchange, and the lei exchange were beautiful. After they were pronounced husband and wife, a gathering of Aloha for their departed Dad. This ceremony was beautiful and very emotional. As they stood on the grassy banks with waves crashing on the sand below, facing toward the ocean, emotions took over. Rev. Mike cut the leis used for their lei exchange to create single blossoms. Each loved one held a hand full of orchid petals and one by one tossed them into the waves. A silent prayer and tears of love, A farewell Aloha, using the flowers they sacredly exchanged at their Hawaii wedding ceremony. It as priceless, and a fond memorial, a closure of sort. To complete the Hawaii wedding ceremony, the certificate of marriage were signed. and we are Introducing the newlywed Kimiko and Keith. Congratulations and hope you enjoyed your Hawaii wedding. Mahalo.
A very special day April 7, 2016, a Hawaii wedding ceremony for Alexsandra Prystupa and Kystian Biczysko. This beautiful and very refined couple from England, so happy and enthusiastic, looking forward to get married on the shores of Kahala Beach. They arrived casually but smartly dressed for comfort. Staying far away, out of town, it was decided for an early wedding ceremony and enjoy the rest of the day for activities in and around the south and east side of this island. They met our Rev. Michael Nelson and Rev. Mike explained the process of our Hawaii wedding ceremony. A gorgeous sunny day, perfect day to enjoy the blue Hawaiian waters. As they strolled hand in hand, in the sand near the soft waves, beautiful pictures of them with the ocean, waves and island in the background. A Hawaii wedding ceremony, many times are announced by the sounds of the conch shell blown the minister. This to announce that something very important is about to happen. A special technique adapted by some ministers. Rev. Mike positioned them to adapt to the sun, facing each other, holding hands. For a Hawaii wedding ceremony to show the mixing of two lives together by a unity sand ceremony, is well received by all. Alex and Krys, poured the sand from separate glass vials into one beauty pouch, to take home as a memento of their Hawaii wedding. Marriage is loving and commitment to each other. They both said I do to do so. Vows were exchanged, beginning with,” you are blessed to take…..to be your….I pledge;;;;sacred union” In Hawaiian Rev. Mike gave Love as most important of the three greatest virtues of life, The accepted vows to be husband and wife forever. Rings of love, the traditional flower lei, the gift of love. Most important of all a short words of love and Aloha to each other for their ears only. We are happy to present, the new Alexsandra and Krystian Biczysko. Such a nice couple you are, Mahalo so much for having us on your very special day. Have a super honeymoon . Lots of pictures for you to remember your Hawaii wedding in Paradise.