Hawaii weddings Aloha

There are so many grooms getting involved in planning of Hawaii weddings. It is so nice to see the love and sharing of each couple. The sharing of planning initiated by the groom are more common these days compared to a decade ago. Omar Vasquez and Janet Sobalvardo chose Sept. 24, 2016 as their special date of their Hawaii wedding.  Choosing Waialae Beach as their location, which is around five miles from Waikiki, with beautiful sandy beaches and ocean view of Koko head. Palm trees and garden like areas often used in Hawaii weddings, called Kahala Beach just stroll away in the sand. Omar was so conscientious, he was always in touch with us for details.  A limousine was secured to bring his bride Janet, their daughters, grandmother and Janet’s Mom to the park. Omar and their two sons arrived early to set the scene. They brought flower leis for the aisleway.  We supplied him with two chairs for the ladies to sit on during the ceremony. Due to walking difficulty for grandma, we decided on Hawaii weddings on the sand over the bridge. Omar is very caring and a great person. He was dressed in a gray outfit with matching vest, looking cool.  Rev. Michael Nelson had him facing the ocean so he could not see Janet. Pretty daughters dressed in pink, beautiful Janet, white beaded gown and a bouquet of flowers. Conch shell to announce the start of the ceremony, as Omar turned to watch his daughters with flower petals.  Here comes the bride, greeted by the smiling groom. The combining of lives and family with the unity sand ceremony. Beautiful vows and commitment. Everything in circles with no ending the rings, the leis of Aloha. Hawaii weddings of Aloha Janet and Omar will forever remember.  Most importantly of all, supporting them on this day, their sons and daughters. Their Mom and grandmother smiling with love. Congratulations, enjoy your many photos. Mahalo so much for having us.  A wedding in Hawaii.

 

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Hawaii weddings of Aloha

Sweet love leads toward planning of fun Hawaii weddings as well as a wedding in Korea. Chris Chung, residing in California with his sister, visited Korea and met a sweet girl Hyesu Bae  in Korea. It did not take long before love blossomed. On Sept. 23, 2016, they decided to enjoy the many beautiful Hawaii weddings that so many bridal couples enjoy.  Kahala beach wedding in the late afternoon was beautiful, serene with gentle wave. Having two wedding ceremonies were their ideal wedding celebration, Hawaii weddings looked so beautiful, but for bride Hyesu, a wedding in Korea with more loved ones was part of her dream.  They will have a Korean ceremony on Oct.1, 2016 sharing some of the video from their Hawaii weddings.  Beautiful couple, so in love, arrived on their limousine along with their love ones, parents, siblings, and other loved ones. Greeted by camera crews and singing with ukulele music. A beautiful french bouquet for Hyesu. A Paradise wedding package planned and chosen by the groom himself.  Rev. Michael Nelson greeted the couple, language was not a barrier. Hyesu spoke perfect English and of course Chris lives in America. Conch shell, by Rev. Mike. Ukulele and sweet singing of the Hawaiian wedding song. They are ready to accept their vows of marriage. First the unity sand ceremony to blend the two lives and families of each country. So happiness engulfs this couple, that they constantly looking at each other smiling and laughing out loud. They repeat their vows, exchanged rings and performed the leis exchange, the gift of love, all in the traditional Hawaiian wedding ceremony. In Korea, their ceremony will be legally make them Chris and Hyesu Chung.  Love this couple, what a wonderful family. The love over flows from Hyesu’s Dad as he looks at her. Many pictures and beautiful wedding video will be enjoyed always.  Mahalo for having us, Chris you are a fantastic person, take care of Hyesu and have a great life.

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Aloha Hawaii weddings

It is Sept 20, 2016, Love and excitement is in the air, for Hawaii weddings to bud and bloom into a marriage of love. It is the wedding of Kaitlyn White and Amy Mueller from Schaumberg, Illinois, at Waialae Beach in the Kahala area.  Hawaii weddings provide various wedding packages to satisfy your desires and also can be tweaked. Kaitlynn and Amy chose a package with limousine service, music/singer, french bouquet, white orchid leis for lei exchange, sand ceremony, lots of photos and video presentation.  Of course the most important of all the minister Rev. Karen Mak who will perform the ceremony and who will file all necessary paperwork to legalize the union. Singing and music started as they arrived, with the camera crews in place to catch the arrival. Excitement of the wedding party as the two limousines arrived with the beautiful bride and groom, bridal party and many love ones. Kaitlyn, beautiful in a white gown with a long veil, bouquet of beautiful roses and orchids of cream, pink-purple, dark purple and white.  Brides maids looked great in lime green dresses. Amy looked great and so cool in gray, blue and white outfit with suspenders. Guys wore outfits just like the grooms. Met by Rev. Karen, we assigned the two Moms to participate in the sand ceremony and lei ceremony. The ceremony was held in sand, the beautiful Hawaiian wedding song, as Amy was escorted by her mother and Kaitlyn was escorted by her father. A beautiful wedding ceremony by Rev Karen Mak. Beautiful vows shared with ring exchange.  The unity sand ceremony to mix their lives into one.  The white orchid leis, gift of  Aloha, the lei exchange ceremony concluded this beautiful  romantic ceremony. Memorable photos and video to be enjoyed. The limo with champagne, away went the newlyweds, Kaitlyn and Amy. Celebrations at Dukes of Waikiki.  Congratulations and Mahalo. Super to meet you.

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Hawaii weddings

Welcome to Hawaii weddings with Aloha. Having the ultimate stress free Hawaii weddings planned with love and dedication is what we strive for. Trust is so important in planning your special day from afar and a complete package of what you want is the ideal.  In our case your planners are always the ones greeting you at the wedding site with your our crew.  Sophisticated and elegant couple, Laura Kriegler and Eric McDonald of Australia are so focused that they chose the best package we have to include everything they wanted and needed. They chose Sept. 19, 2016 at a magical wedding at Honolulu’s at Ala Moana at Magic Island. Staying at the Ilikai, focusing in the nearby location on the wedding, as well as the package providing dinner at the Sarento’s Restaurant at the top of Ilikai.  The Hawaii weddings of this package included hair and make up by Bev for Laura. (A job of perfection and beauty). The beautiful limousine service with champagne, Aloha greetings at Magic Island by our planners, singer/ukulele, minister Rev. Mike Nelson,and the photo/video crew.  Beautiful cascade bouquet of pink-purple orchids, white blossoms and cascaded by dark purple small orchids, double white orchid leis for the lei exchange. We welcome the elegant couple from Australia, with introduction of our Hawaii weddings crew. Happiness and smiles is second nature to a very nice and gorgeous couple, Dressed in elegant satin slim fit ivory gown (model like) with bright blue sandal with heels. In black tux, Eric, handsome groom and a great smile.  A wedding ceremony they will always remember documented by photos and video presentations. Our Hawaii weddings always starts with the conch shell.  Beautiful ukulele singing of the Hawaiian wedding song sparks the mood of romantic love story.  Small sprinkles of rain, a sign of good luck. To combine their lives past and present, a unity sand ceremony.  A wedding ceremony full of love as they held hands giving and accepting of vows. Some tears of emotion. Beautiful rings brilliant and full of it’s own meaning. Beautiful ( thick double) white orchid leis were exchanged as gifts of Aloha.  A love song by ukulele/singer Derick dedicated to the new Laura and Eric McDonald,  Congratulations.enjoy all your memorable photos and video presentation of your wedding.  Hawaii weddings with a limousine cruise ride siipping champagne, a prelude to your wedding dinner at the Sarento’s top of Waikiki. We thank you, the lovey Laura and handsome Eric, it was great to be part of your special day.

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Hawaii vow renewals of Aloha

Hawaii vow renewals are enjoyed by couples all over the world. Many of our happy Hawaii weddings are followed up with Hawaii vow renewals years later. For Stacy and Jason Roberts, they did not get married in Hawaii, but married happily for 19 blissful years, the ideas of Hawaii vow renewals were tempting. Together for 23 years and with a handsome 16 year old son to show off, it was time for the idea of  beautiful memorable Hawaii vow renewals to come true. From West Virginia, they were happy to find us on the list of Hawaii wedding planners. September 19, 2016, at Waialae Beach Park, it was beautiful but the weather did look threatening. Just a sprinkle of rain for Hawaiian good luck, but unfortunately no rainbow. Rev. Michael Nelson arrived to perform this beautiful ceremony What a very relaxed happy family, they came all dressed to be ready to enjoy the luau on the west side after the vow renewal ceremony.  Beautiful Stacy in a white summer dress with artificial colorful tropical flower  head dress. Handsome and quick smiling Jason in comfortable shorts and blue shirt with their son in gray shorts and shirt. A brand new black Hawaiian ukulele in hand. He normally plays guitar.  Conch blow by Rev. Mike, a welcome and promise of accepting their renewal of vows celebrating their 16th year of marriage.  Hawaii vow renewals of love as a family.  Looking into eachother’s eyes, holding hands they vowed to continue their love in holy matrimony.  Shell leis of white for the gift of Aloha.  We present to you, the renewed Stacy and Jason Roberts.  Memories of the ceremony, family pics and portraits. Enjoying the feel of sand on the beach will be a  beautiful memory. Congratulations! As young as you are,, hope to see on the next renewal someday.  Aloha and thank you so much for having us plan Hawaii vow renewals dream of yours.

 

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Hawaii weddings Aloha

Destination Hawaii weddings are year round but slows down during November-December.  September in Hawaii is still in Hurricane season mode, threat of the last four, we survived, traveling from Cabo San Lucas, located directly across of Hawaii. A little rain is considered good luck charm, a rainbow even better. It did rain on Sept, 13, 2016, but stopped to honor the Hawaii weddings for the date. The beautiful wedding ceremony of Sara Meza and Reynaldo Gonzalez, at Waialae Beach Park turned out nicely with the background of Kokohead and the beach/ocean clear and beautiful. The air was crisp with the recent rain with a serene  atmosphere.  Yes, luck was in the air and most of all LOVE was in the air. Reynaldo arrived first with Sara’s brother and her father, spotting a cool look with a fashionable hat.   Sara, gorgeous with stylish hair and makeup, and white fluffy gown perfect for her figure.  Moms/Dad, loved ones came to join them to observe the forever love creation of Hawaii weddings.  Rev. Michael Nelson with his greetings of Aloha was very helpful for Reynaldo toward the detail marriage processing in Hawaii. The ceremony began with conch shell announcing the union of Sara and Reynaldo.  The sand ceremony symbolizing the blending of their lives and the repeating of their marriage VOWS, sharing life and heart with each other. The rings are beautiful, a true circle full of life and Aloha of Hawaii weddings. A blessing and lei exchange, the gift of love. So in love, so happy, they will celebrate at Duke’s of Waikiki. Congratulations to Reynaldo and Sara of San Antonio, Texas. Mahalo!

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Hawaii weddings of love

We enjoy many small Hawaii weddings of love, deciding to share their life and heart with each other, but not spending thousands of dollars.  We do many affordable Hawaii weddings for the military stationed in Hawaii, as well as retired ones. Hawaii weddings for active persons in the service are awarded with a discount.  It was Sept 11, 2016, a beautiful Aloha Friday that Jeannette Saez and Dennis Brown chose to unite their life and heart together at Kahala Beach.  She is a beauty, white wedding dress of elegance.  He is a handsome husband to be dressed in a tan outfit. Jeannette held a beautiful bouquet made of polyester plumeria in orange and yellow.  Rev. Michael Nelson welcomed them to their wedding chapel (the lovely shores of Kahala Beach).  A beautiful intimate wedding ceremony, just the two of them, short but sweet with emotions of deep love.  Conch shell, unity sand ceremony, and deep love in their vows.  Blessings and ring exchange followed by the lei exchange. We present to you the new Jeannette and Deis Brown.  To make it legal, signing of the marriage application and the decorative marriage certificate. Jeannette and Dennis Brown are in the medical field and resides in Winchester, Ohio. Celebrating their union at Sarento’s. Enjoy the many photos. Mahalo from A wedding in Hawaii.

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Welcome Hawaii weddings

Welcome to your most important day of you life.  Hawaii weddings created to your liking or choose the ultimate wedding packages already available. You receive so many goodies for very affordable price. For Celena Johnson and Don Dunajtchik, they chose a the Hawaii package which included everything from the minister, limousine service, video  and lots of photo, singer-ukulele player as well as beautiful french bouquet and boutt. Beautiful ceremony with unity sand ceremony, blessing of the rings, white orchid leis for the gift of Aloha ceremony. Everything they wanted for their dream day. Creating memorable Hawaii weddings are a joy. The groom and his guys were in Khaki shorts and comfortable shirts looking so stylish. Limousine arrives with the beautiful Celena with Hawaiian melodies on the ukulele by Baron. The bridal party dressed in white, Celena in shimmering dark brown-purplish-pinkish filled gown.  Beautiful  sequined gown;  matching bouquet we provided were a perfect match with pink-purple large orchids, surrounded by pink an white baby roses.  What a beautiful couple.  We begin the wedding of Celena and Don on this day at 1:00 in the afternoon  Sept 9, 2016 at Waialae Beach. Their parents and many loved ones arrived to support them. Hawaii weddings on the beach, surrounded by white sand and aqua ocean. Rev. Michael Nelson began with the conch shell, singing of the Hawaiian wedding song by Baron as the beautiful bride was escorted by her parents to meet Don at the alter. A beautiful ceremony with unity sand ceremony, the vows, the ring exchange, the blessing and the traditional lei exchange with the beauty of white orchid leis. The best part, everyone wholeheartedly agreed to always be with them in heart. The new Celena and Don of Alberta, Canada honeymoon on the outer island and have a reception back home.  They will have their memorable video of their ceremony and photos of their wedding day to share with all. Congratulations. We truly enjoyed being with you as part of your special day. Hawaii weddings of Love and success.

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Best Hawaii weddings

Love is so beautiful, bringing such happiness to our Hawaii weddings on the beach.  So relaxing, no stress, let us plan your wedding.  Our Hawaii weddings are what we call Ohana (family) style, a close knit gathering of serenity and peace. Customizing of Hawaii wedding packages are quite common and easily done. Today, Sept 8, 2016 was the Hawaii wedding ceremony of the sweetest couple from Cucamonga, California.  A family of love ones full of love for each other. Andrea Estrada and Joseph Armstrong chose the secluded atmosphere and beauty of Waimanalo Bay Beach, just paying a little more for the outer town travel fee.  Taking a package and adding a musician, and french bouquet made the dream of Hawaii weddings to come true. They arrived at Waimanalo beach, relaxed and dressed in white comfortable Hawaiian outfits. Getting the outfits on line was a super idea, more so since the store does have a real outlet in Honolulu. Trustworthy. Beautiful french bouquet of purple orchids, pink and white roses, assortment of little flowers, color purple being the prime.  Preserving this beauty became a discussion. Strolling through the Sherwood forest woods, we arrive on the sandy beach with beautiful color of aqua-blue-green ocean. Rev. Michael Nelson sounded his conch, Ukulele singing of the Hawaiian wedding song by Baron (always the prelude to Hawaii weddings) echoed over the sound of waves sliding onto the beach. Thanking Baron, Rev. Mike proceeded to the unity sand ceremony using the sands of  Hawaii.  Andrea and Joseph repeated their vows with emotion. Tears of joy from Joseph. What a sweet couple, so much love between them. Ring exchange, blessings of their union, and finally the special message to each other with the lei exchange. The gift of Aloha and announcing the new Andrea and Joseph. Hawaii weddings of love and Aloha. A beautiful framed wedding poster with aqua colored turtle displayed with their names and date of wedding. What a happy wedding ceremony, we enjoyed meeting you and Mahalo. Enjoy your luau and your many pictures.  Aloha

 

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Sweet Hawaii weddings

Waimanalo Bay Beach, a beautiful location for many Hawaii weddings. A beach with miles and miles of white sandy beach with blue-aqua-green waters.  Sherwood forest, ironwood pine trees away from the water, a beautiful forest and photo opportunities. Hawaii weddings performed here just a little extra cost of out or town fee, is well worth while. On Sept 7, 2016, Tallia Bowden and Peter Mello chose to enjoy this .location to have the experience and ambience of Hawaii weddings.  Beautiful and exuberant Tallia, so petite wore a strapless ivory gown of lace, high lighted by beads and blings. White orchids in her beautiful coiffure, Her handsome husband to be Peter, wore gray trousers, vest, and white long sleeve shirt. What a chic style of dress for both.  Tallia’s grandmother requested for a Tahitian ginger lei for the exchange of lei ceremony, a beautiful white ginger sewn tightly together like a weave. A purple orchid lei was chosen for Peter.  The each had a vow written to say to each other during the lei ceremony.  What a fantastic beautiful day for the wedding of Tallia and Peter, Rev. Michael Nelson arrived to welcome them and gave blessing to Hawaii weddings at it’s best. The conch to announce a special rite of  the wedding ceremony, the blending of lives with a unity sand ceremony. Their official vows with Rev. Mike, rings exchanged as a gift of love and foreverness. With the traditional lei exchange, leis in hand, they gave each other their own vows.  Love is in the air, just the two of them in their own island.  The fragrance of the white ginger lei, how beautiful it was. They are now the new Tallia and Peter Mello. After the signing of paperwork, they enjoyed a session of photo taking, beauty on the beach and woods of Sherwood Forest.  Mahalo to a sweet couple, have a wonderful life in Oregon.   Memories of Hawaii weddings.

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