Hawaii wedding ceremony of beauty

Their Hawaii wedding ceremony was so beautiful. Held near the blue/aqua waters of Wamanalo Bay Beach. May 24, 2016, Larisa Ibrahimovic became the bride of Derek Zapf at 4:00 in the afternoon.  The preparation of the altar and the aisle way fun to do.  The altar was a circle of several fragrant yellow plumeria leis, sprinkled with red rose petals in the sand.  The Hawaii wedding location with very white sand, brought the elegance of more plumeria leis for the aisle way, high lighted by bright red rose petals.  What a beautiful Hawaii wedding it will be. Limousine arrived with guys dressed in dark gray vest, trousers, and white shirt. The gals were in beautiful orange, except of course the bride gorgeous in white gown, high lighted by our colorful bouquet of yellow, red, purple orchids. Rev. Michael Nelson, and our professionals,  musician ukulele singer, and video/photo crew met the entourage to begin the creation of a memorable  Hawaii wedding of Larisa and Derek. The ceremony began with the conch shell blowing, singing of the Hawaiian wedding song as the bridal party did their entrance. White flower orchid leis were presented to the gals.  Wedding vows that our minister use are usually incorporated with the couple’s own vows if they have one.  Welcome and congratulations.  Unity sand ceremony followed by the vows by Rev. Mike, and special vows written by the couple. The exchange of rings, beautiful but with meanings of their own.  The blessing of the leis and the marriage.  The Hawaii wedding gift of Aloha, the lei giving, beautiful white double orchid leis, with kisses on each cheek.  Special dedication, singing of Hawaiian song, Sand Beach by singer, Derreck on ukulele. Rev. Mike presents the new Larisa and Derek Zapf of Atlanta, Georgia. Photos and memories on video, a love story of their Hawaii wedding.  A celebration at the Top of Waikiki and the Sky lounge tonight, but first, a champagne ride on the limousine with a scenic ride of east Honolulu. Mahalo for sharing your special day. We enjoyed you and your group very much. Aloha.

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Ultimate Hawaii wedding package

Choosing a ultimate Hawaii wedding package was not hard for Vilnis Kibermanis from Latvia, From the other side of the world, he entrusted his Hawaii wedding plans into our hands and decided with his bride to be, Anete Reitere, that our Big Fat Hawaiian Package was ideal for them. With a funny name, this package, which make people chuckle, it is definitely a nice Hawaii wedding package. It includes hair-make artist at your hotel,  two hour limousine service, singer-guitarist/ukulele, professional photo and video, beautiful cascade bouquet and dinner at Sarento’s restaurant on the top of Ilikai looking over the Marina. Also includes two white double orchid leis, sand ceremony, two shell leis. Of course the ordained minister, the marriage certificate and the filing of your marriage paperwork.  This special day May 26, 2016, beautiful Hawaiian day, began with hair and makeup in the hotel room for Anete. Beautiful as she is, Bev made her look like a princess bride. Anete was so happy with Bev.  Putting this Hawaii wedding package into motion, limousine arrived to pick them up at their door.  Arriving at Waialae Beach Park, greeted by singer, Brad, photo-video crew and the Rev. Michael Nelson. Gorgeous Anete, beautiful, chic white gown of soft ruffles, handsome Vilnis, fashionably European glue suit. A colorful cascade bouquet of many bright colored orchids and tiny white flowers. Green, purple, white of color.  Music followed them as they strolled hand and hand to Kahala Beach to get married. Such a happy couple. The photo and idea crew, creating the memories of this Hawaii wedding package.  A lush garden surrounded by the Hawaiian ocean.  Blowing of the conch shell by Rev. Mike. Beautiful singing of the Hawaiian wedding song as the couple met Rev. at the altar. Congratulations and greetings of Aloha.  A sand ceremony uniting them. Beautiful marriage vows bought tears to Anete’s eyes.  Rings were exchanged, double white orchid leis were offered as a gift of Aloha. With kisses on each cheek, they became the new Anete and Vilnis Kibermanis.  A beautiful Hawaii wedding package endowed with precious memories of their wedding ceremony. Special song, Sandy Beach was dedicated to the couple. Many photos,  video  of their escape on limo sipping champagne. Celebration with dinner at the top of the Ilikai completing the Hawaii wedding package they had chosen.  It was a joy, Mahalo for choosing us to plan this day for you.  Aloha.

 

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Hawaii wedding package

Our favorite Hawaii wedding  package gave a delightful array of goodies for the wedding of Micheli Bortolini and Jason Muzie. The Hawaii package included and provided everything from the planning, minister’s services, limousine, photo, video and musician.  The leis bouquet and sand ceremony with shell leis made the Hawaii wedding package complete.  On May 17, 2016 Micheli and Jason with their friends enjoyed a stress free wedding ceremony at Kahala Beach. Arriving separately was Jason in black and white tux, white jacket. His best man in casual white shirt and black trousers.  Arriving on limousine  was Michel beautiful white gown with train and veil. Arriving with her were friends and children. The Hawaii wedding package provided her, being met by sounds of music of Aloha, and photo/video crew for a video love story.  A gorgeous french bouquet of bright red roses was awaiting for Micheli.  The matching boutonniere was for Jason’s lapel.  Our lovely bride was met by Rev. Michael Nelson. Most of our wedding ceremony are not religious unless requested by the couples. This couple wanted a religious Hawaiian ceremony. Jason and his best man headed to the wedding location before seeing the bride arrive.  A beautiful day at Kahala Beach, location provided by the Hawaii wedding package, Micheli and Jason looked so happy.  With cameras rolling, Rev. Mike began the ceremony with singer Baron crooning the Hawaiian wedding song. Welcome and congratulations. The sand ceremony was followed by the reciting of their vows. Blessing of the beautiful rings.  Blessing the union and the beautiful leis. they are to exchange. The exchange of rings with it’s beauty and meaning of their own.  White orchid leis of love with kisses on each cheek.  The new Micheli ad Jason Muzie.  Signing of the marriage certificate completed the Hawaii wedding, with many pictures and a memorable video of their special day. The limo ride and champagne to celebrate. Mahalo for sharing this beautiful day with us.

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Hawaii weddings

Love of life, Hawaii weddings are the beginning of many long lasting relationship. On May 14, 2016, journeying from Bellview, Florida, it was the start of a lifelong relationship for Eva Nichols and Lynn Coller.  Searching for planners of Hawaii weddings, they found us to fit into their wishes.  Every couple needs to feel good and comfortable with the people handling their Hawaii weddings.  It is not all pricing and products, a service given with caring is larger then gold. Most of us are laid back, we posses the air of Family style (Ohana)  and have fun at the ceremony.  Eva and Lynn arrived on their limousine dressed  in matching Hawaiian attire, looking so sophisticated with camera crew filming their every move.  A spray of white roses as a french bouquet awaited Eva to complement her attire. She had some fun pinning the matching boutonniere for Lynn.  Hand in hand they strolled on the sand to beautiful Kahala beach to reach the area where we have our Hawaii weddings. Meeting our minister, Rev. Michael Nelson, a truly Aloha and family feeling of happiness.  Realizing she had dropped Lynn’s rings on the way over, she traced it back just a few yards away.  Thank God, it was near by. The wedding of Eva and Lynn began with the blowing of the conch shell by Rev. Mike.  A welcome to this beautiful setting of Hawaiian ceremony of Hawaii weddings they will forever cherish.  The mixing of their two lives into one, symbolized by a sand was enjoyed.  Many couples are in awe about this practice of a unity sand ceremony, given to them for free on all packages, except the smallest package.  The vows to each other were so beautiful, filled with love and smiles. The rings gleaming in the sun with beauty, but with meanings of it’s own.  Blessings of the uniting of Eva and Lynn on this day of Hawaii weddings of joy. The traditional lei exchange which is considered a gift of Aloha, and is always the joy of Hawaii weddings. The new Eva and Lynn Coller, Congratulations!  Enjoy your memorable video and many photos to share with family and friends.  A limousine ride with champagne, enjoy. Happy honeymoon and Mahalo for having us for Hawaii weddings of Joy.

 

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Memorable Hawaii beach wedding

Memorable Hawaii beach wedding of Australian couple, Samantha (Sammi) Hearn and Steven Kent. On April 28, 2016, a gorgeous sunny day at Waimanalo Bay, Sherwood forest, this couple enjoyed their special day, supported by a bus full of their love ones.  A love story of their marriage began with camera crews rolling, here comes the groom, Steven with guests on a mini-bus. Following his arrival he was whisked away by Rev. Michael Nelson down to the beach site of their Hawaii beach wedding, followed by their guests. The limousine arrived with Sammi, her wedding party and her Mom. Beautiful Samantha very smartly dressed in a form fitting gown.  The bridal party included their daughter, dressed in powder blue dresses. They all held beautiful bouquets made of artificial plumeria flowers. As the guest mingled at the ceremony site, beautiful Hawaiian music played by Dereck on ukulele. Rev. Mike set up the stage having Kent face the ocean. A Hawaii beach wedding has begun. The conch shell blowing, Kent turned to face toward the arriving of the wedding party.  The Hawaiian wedding song by Dereck on ukulele as Sammi was escorted to meet Steven at the altar.  Welcome and congratulations from Rev. Mike on this special day, their Hawaii beach wedding ceremony.  Beginning with the unity sand ceremony to blend their lives together.  The beautiful vows were said, commitment to each other in marriage; to pledge and cherish in union.  Rings of brilliance, of beauty and meaning  of a gift offered and received.  The three strand pikaki flower lei for Sammi and a maile-pikaki lei for Steven were blessed around their hands.  These leis were exchanged as a gift of Aloha.  A strand each of Pikaki lei was presented to their daughter and bridesmaid. T leaf woven leis were presented to their son and bestman. A special love song for the newly wed was beautiful, sung by Dereck playing the ukulele. The announcement of the new Steven and Sammi Kent, a memorable Hawaii beach wedding it was.  Congratulations and photo shoots followed.  A beautiful video love story of their Hawaii beach wedding to enjoy and share.  A limousine ride to party at the Tiki bar and grill in  Waikiki.  Mahalo for having us share your day with you. Much Aloha.

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Hawaii vow renewal

Our Hawaii vow renewal ceremonies are enjoyed by our former brides and grooms after 5 years, 10 years, 30 years, even 50 years.  Sometimes we have double or triple Hawaii vow renewal ceremony involving several  generations.  Beautiful  ceremonies with their children, grandchildren present.  It is a beautiful thing to experience and documented in photos and especially on video. Passing on this event through generation after generation. On May 2, 2016, after 20 years of blissful marriage, resulting in producing three beautiful girls, Dinita and Ben Willman participated in a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony.  What a gorgeous day at Waimanalo Beach, Sherwood Forest. The ocean was as blue-aqua color, amazingly the girls and Dinita wore teal colored sun dresses which was a perfect match. Ben wore white shirt and trousers, no match to the ocean, just the waves. They arrived early, meeting Rev. Michael Nelson to go over the details of the ceremony.  Our weddings and Hawaii vow renewals are very laid back and family (Ohana) style. Relaxing and nothing to stress over. Dinita was worried that she had to say some Hawaiian words, which seem to always start with a K. We had a great time with this loving couple and daughters.  Rev. Mike announced the ceremony by sounding his conch shell.  Aloha and congratulations from Rev. Mike  with the start of the  unity sand ceremony, he asked the girls to grab a hand full of sand. He explained the beauty and the meaning of the symbolism of mixing sand in unity. As Dinita and Ben poured their vials of sand into a decorative bag, the three girls added their sand into the bag.  The Hawaii vow renewal, words in the vows although not the same as their original vows, it was totally memorable. Smiles from their daughters were priceless. Rings were exchanged as they reflected on the beauty and the meaning it represents.  With the Hawaiian lei exchange, after giving each other leis and extended their love and thank yous, they showered additional leis, the gift of love  to their girls.  Ladies and gentlemen, Presenting the renewed  Dinita and  Ben Willman  of Plano, Texas!  Many family photos, portraits will be enjoyed by all, of this beautiful Hawaii vow renewal ceremony.  They will enjoy days in Maui before flying home. Mahalo, we enjoyed meeting you and hope to see you on your 30th year. Aloha.

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