Hawaii weddings

October 28, 2016, the beautiful wedding of Abrena Mazarro and Allen Ganaden. The experience of Hawaii weddings are such a high compared to some other destination weddings. The friendliness and Aloha spirit of Hawaii cannot be compared. Paradise it is, but of course nothing is perfect, but the  Aloha compares to none. For Abrena and Allen, the dream of enjoying the fruits of Hawaii weddings with their two children in attendance was more then a gift.  They expect another daughter to join the family in a few months. Their son, 15 and daughter 6 years old are so close and extremely supportive of the family. They arrive on their limousine at Waialae Beach Park greeted by Rev. Michael Nelson and our crew.  They all look great in Hawaiian attire.  The bride in white holomu, the groom in identical white printed Aloha shirt.  The children in bright yellow Aloha wear and shell le. Strolling in the sand, they gather sand to place in a ring container, placing the rings in the sand.  The little secluded island serving as an altar was so peaceful that day.  The beginning of all our Hawaii weddings, the blowing of the conch by the minister.  Welcome and Aloha message precedes the Hawaiian unity sand ceremony.  For this ceremony we have provided the children to participate providing each with their own little vials of sand. With the beautiful words provided by Rev. Mike, everyone poured sand into one decorative pouch. They will take it home as a memento of the wedding ceremony. The vows were beautiful as the bride wept with emotions. Exchange of rings and leis to end the ceremony.  So much photos to enjoy. A lucky rain shower after the ceremony. We congratulate the new Abrena and Allen Granaden.  Mahalo for having us. Hawaii weddings of success.

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Hawaii vow renewals

After years of blissful marriage, thinking of having  fun? Planning of Hawaii vow renewals? Lynn and William Rogers felt Hawaii would be a perfect vacation spot with their friends and love ones, to celebrate their wedding anniversary of thirty years.  Hawaii vow renewals? Yes, a the beautiful gazebo garden at their hotel, Hale Koa, hotel for government and military personnel would be a beautiful garden location. Securing this exclusive location must be done by the couple, but all our packages apply in our planning for Hawaii weddings or Hawaii vow renewals.  The color theme for this beautiful ceremony was purple.  William, dressed finely in dark suit with purple shirt and ties, awaited us. We, with Rev. Kimo Taylor joined him to go over the ceremony plans. Lynn’s french bouquet awaited with beautiful purple and pink orchids. Matching boutonniere, purple orchids for William. Love ones, arrived wearing color purple. We await the entrance of Lynn and her entourage.  Here she comes, beautiful Lynn in a stylish figure hugging white dress. William turns away with Rev. Kimo next to him. The love ones surrounding the  purple flowered gazebo watch as their vow renewal ceremony begins. William turns around to see his lovely bride of thirty years.  Rev. Kimo presents a beautiful Hawaiian vow renewal ceremony live feeding to the mainland relatives.  Beautiful vows and a special gift from William  a necklace presented to Lynn as a surprise anniversary present to his renewed wife, Lynn.  So sweet, shell leis exchanged, Rev. presents Hawaii vow renewals participant, Lynn and William Rogers. Conch shell blow, a challenge for them to kiss unstill he stops blowing. Congratulations, and Mahalo. Photos of memories they will enjoy. A Hale Koa luau tonight to celebrate.  Beautiful gazebos at Hale Koa Hotel, we recommend if you are government affiliated.   Aloha!

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Hawaii vow renewals

Our ceremonies of Hawaii vow renewals brings sweet memories of the day you first got married, what a beautiful feeling of love it is.  Hawaii vow renewals on the beach seemed so very romantic for Jo Del and Steven Lafferty.  Married on Oct. 19, 1996, on their twentieth anniversary, a plan to have a second honeymoon by enjoying Waikiki, cruising the four islands on Norwegian cruise ship, and bring the last but the best part, the experience of having  Hawaii vow renewals on Oahu.  A beautiful and classy couple from Illinois, so in love, not a fight in their twenty years of happiness. It just takes just the kind of people they are to succeed. What a fairy tale story it seems, being picked up by a luxury limousine at the Disney Aulani hotel on the western Oahu shore resort.  A beautiful long ride, viewing the coastal ocean scene as well as the beautiful mountains of windward Oahu. Arriving at Waimanalo Sherwood forest, greeted by ukulele playing Hawaiian music, and the photo/video crew. Rev. Michael Nelson followed soon with greetings and congratulations.  Beautiful and happy Jo Del was dressed in a formal beaded, lacy gown with a train. The bouquet of bright orange roses and tiny baby roses was excellent for her appearance. Steven looked dapper in a gray outfit, with brocaded vest.  Hawaii weddings and Hawaii wedding vow renewals rarely encounter rain at the beach, today no rain but beautiful and cool.  Ceremony begin with the Rabbit island backdrop in the distance, the conch blowing.  Ukulele playing Baron singing the Hawaiian wedding song. So beautiful as they watched. They will enjoy all the sounds and pictures of their wedding vow renewal ceremony.as they can share on video. The unity sand ceremony, new to them, the renewal of vows,  original rings exchanged and the gift of Aloha lei exchange. As they danced around in the sand, a love song  just for them. Such a fun loving couple. Presenting the renewed Jo Del and Steven Lafferty.  Congratulations an Mahalo for having us on your special day. Mahalo to our wonderful crew and minister. A long romantic ride on their limousine sipping champagne. Celebration at Aulani tonight.

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Happy Hawaii weddings

Hawaii weddings, intimate, stress free and family (Ohana) Hawaiian style. For happy fun loving couple, Tammy Larsen and Tommy Flynn, it was a day they will forever remember.  October 21, 2016, a day of a “maybe umbrella needed” turned out to be a beautiful day, with calm waters on the shores of Kahala Beach. Rain in Hawaii near the beach area, last for a short while and weddings continue on with little dampness. Beautiful Tammy wore a simple white dress, Tommy looked comfortable in shorts and Hawaiian shirt of orange color. Tammy’s gorgeous cascade bouquet with orange blooming roses, yellow popcorn orchid spray and white bunches of tiny flowers with a tinge of light blue. Orange rose boutonniere for Tommy. Tammy and Tommy are a very happy couple from Oklahoma, with huge sense of humor, so loveable and fun to be with.  Rev. Michael Nelson with his “Aloha Hawaii weddings”  ceremony presented them with a intimate ceremony, just the two of them.  Tommy live streamed the ceremony via U-tube so their love ones at home could watch. Began with the sound of t conch  and the unity sand ceremony to blend their lives together. As the sound of gentle waves washed up on the sand, they faced each other holding hands and gave their marriage vows to each other. Exchange of rings, circle with no end, the gift of Aloha with the lei exchange. A beautiful Hawaiian ceremony. The new Tammy and Tommy will have many pictures to remember the fruits of Hawaii weddings. Many thanks for having us, we  truly enjoyed  being with you.  Happy honeymoon in the island.

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Memories of Hawaii vow renewals

Along with their children and family of loved one, having Hawaii vow renewals create such beautiful memories. Not to mention having a glorious time enjoying the likes of Hawaii as a vacation with the whole family. Having a close knit family like Carlo and Christine Lacsamana of Hayward, California, this ten years of married bliss celebration is a blessed one for all their love ones.  Couple of months ago, the Hawaii vow renewals idea came to a reality for them as they contacted us to plan this precious Hawaii day. Contacting each other by phone and e-mail, the comfort level of working together grew with trust.  On Oct. 21, 2016, everyone gathered at Waimanalo Bay Beach, Sherwood Forest for the special Hawaii vow renewals ceremony by Rev. Michael Nelson. Beautiful day, but rain threatened to dampen the day, waves were large and thundered on the beach, wind was a bit of a problem for Christine’s long hair. We recommend up-do hair for beach weddings. Christine looked lovely in a cream/tan dress, Carlo, handsome in tan shorts and white shirt. Their 2nd grader son dressed like his Dad. their cute little daughter, not yet school age, wore a pretty tan dress. All their family gathered watching the couple and their children standing near by. The conch blowing, the sand ceremony to keep renewing their love together, the renewal of vows once again. Hawaii vow renewals in most cases are celebrated with new rings, some use the original rings. Beautiful were the rings of love. Blessing of the family were affirmed. The lei exchange as a gift of Aloha, and leis presented to their beautiful children, the product of their 10 years of happy marriage.  Beautiful family photos, the ceremony and portraits in the woods of Sherwood Forest will be shared with their love ones. They will celebrate by going to the luau at Paradise Cove. Congratulations to a lovely couple and family. We enjoyed meeting you and it was a pleasure to make this day a memorable one for you.  Aloha…Hawaii vow renewals.

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Hawaii weddings

Hawaii weddings, happiness at the tip of your fingers. Northern California couple, Heather Smith and Robert Casarez, Jr. found us on the internet website for Hawaii weddings.  It was such a delight to meet them, although they only recently contacted us we were able to delightfully give them a intimate experience of a Hawaii beach wedding.  Such a nice couple, so relaxed and friendly.  She looked great in a simply but chic styled gauze dress, and he looked real cool stylish but comfortable, spotting his persona hat.  Spending most of the day at Pearl Harbor tours the day before, they took in quite a bit of Hawaiian sun.  Ready for their special day and experience the Hawaii weddings we provide for all our loving couples.  A real family style (Ohana) and intimate with just the two of them. Rev. Michael Nelson always spreads the Aloha deeper then you can imagine.  Walking hand in hand to the beautiful grassy Hawaii wedding ceremony location, a feeling of spreading your wings with the sight of Kahala Beach, the vast ocean of the Pacific, islands and landmarks afar.  Gathering under the coconut trees, Heather and Robert looked great and so very happy. Lucky we live Hawaii and able to provide this loving service of Hawaii weddings to the special about to become  Heather and Robert Casarez. Conch shell announcement, agreement of marriage vows, the unity Hawaiian sand ceremony, the vows of promise in marriage, the gorgeous rings blessed and exchanged, the lei exchange with a love and thank you moment.  Presenting the lovely couple Heather and Robert Casarez, Jr. from Tracy, California. They will enjoy their many lovely and memorable pics of their special day.  Mahalo so much, guys. We enjoyed meeting you and working with you for your special day Oct. 20, 2016.  The Honolulu Zoo is their next stop before going back to the North Shore of Oahu. Aloha!

 

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Hawaii vow renewal

Let’s do it again!  A memorable Hawaii vow renewal celebration with  the presence of their children. A family vacation to Hawaii high lighted by a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony. A beautiful plan after twenty years of happily being together. Their daughter and older son in their teens, very nice  and youngest son so cute.  Edrica and Lawrence Henry of Byron, Georgia chose to have their ceremony on the sands of Waialae Beach on October 11, 2016.  Limousine arrived with everyone beautifully dressed, guys in gray trousers, vest, white shirt with aqua ties. Daughter looked beautiful in a aqua dress. Beautiful Edrica radiated with happiness, very smartly dressed in a slim fitted chiffon gown.  Arrival and meeting their officiant Rev. Michael Nelson. Flower leis were presented by the parents to each of their children.  A beautiful but a breezy day, a sprinkle of Hawaiian dew in the air during the ceremony, sign of good luck.  The Hawaii vow renewal ceremony of Edrica and Lawrence was kicked off by everyone kicking off their gray slippers.  The warm sand felt good, toes in the sands of Hawaii. The sound of the conch!  Rev. Mike began with the promising of the oath to renew their vows and the unity Hawaiian sand ceremony.  The sand ceremony to continue the uniting and the mixing of their beautiful life together. Reciting their marriage vows once again, beautiful new rings and lei exchange.   Gifts of love were presented to each of their sons and daughter; new watches. A blessing by Rev. Mike and we present the Hawaii vow renewal happy couple, Edrica and Lawrence. Congratulations and Mahalo

 

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Hawaii weddings for all

Hawaii weddings for all.  Sometimes love and marriage comes in later years.  These Hawaii weddings are especially sweet and loving with couples,, so into each other. They seem to look at each other with deep love and thoughts of, how lucky they found each other.  This thoughts radiated for Rebecca Pazarin and Ronnie Clark of Montebello, California. Choosing Oct 10, 2016 as their special date, to experience the Hawaii weddings of celebration.  They arrived on a luxurious limousine at Waialae Beach Park, greeted by our professional ukulele singer with Hawaiian music. Beautifully and smartly dressed, Rebecca in white, tall and handsome Ronnie in black suit.  Meeting their minister, Rev. Kimo Taylor, with Aloha who is half Hawaiian in heritage.  A beautiful french bouquet of white, green and dark purple featuring large or little orchids for the bride to hold. A romantic stroll on the beach to our beach altar of grassy knoll for our Hawaii weddings. A gentle Hawaiian atmosphere, gentle tradewind and soft sounds of waves washing up on the sands of Kahala Beach.  A very intimate and personal Aloha touch by our Hawaii weddings singer, the Hawaiian wedding song sung to them personally. Rev. Kimo Taylor’s Hawaiian wedding ceremony will be forever cherished by Rebecca and Ronnie. The wedding vows were written by each and spoken with so much love and respect. A sand ceremony to unite their lives, the beautiful rings, the blessings in Hawaiian, the lei exchange and finally a beautiful love song with the dancing couple. The new Rebecca and Ronnie Clark will have a romantic champagne ride b back to their hotel. Many photos, memories of Hawaii weddings on the beach. Mahalo for having us.

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Hawaii weddings

Hawaii weddings on the sandy beaches are so often requested by couples.  Just the feel of the sand is an experience many want to remember Barefoot in the Hawaiian sand. On Oct 7, 2016, Hannah Reeder and Jason Eissler enjoyed a beautiful Hawaiian non-religious Hawaiian wedding at Waialae Beach Park. Their limousine arrived with the couple as well as their many love ones ( to be there to witness this wonderful ceremony).  Hannah looked beautiful in a very stylish dress with several lengths  Jason looked great in casual trousers and shirt. They were greeted by Rev. Michael Nelson who introduced himself and presented her with her french bouquet. A beautiful bouquet of large white orchids, red-purple and white blossoms of roses.  Ever so ready for Hawaii weddings, Hannah already spotted a double white lei, and Jason with a Hawaiian maile lei.  Her bouquet with purple colors will match her purple orchid leis to be used for the lei exchange, as a gift of Aloha.  Conch was blown by Rev. Mike to greet them and symbolizing that something very important was to begin.  A gorgeous day with calm waters off Kahala, a nice tradewind to cool the air.  Rev. Mike greeted everyone and thanked Hannah and Jason of the chosen desire for Hawaii weddings on the beach. Uniting them, the participation of the sand ceremony.  The beautiful and happy loving vows to each other, the ring exchange with gorgeous sparkling rings (beautiful and meaningful). Love message to each other, just for their own ears.  The Hawaiian lei ceremony, and at last the official announcement of the new Mr. and Mrs. Jason Eissler.  After all the photo sessions, they toasted each other at the limousine with sips of sparkling cider.  Congratulations and Mahalo for choosing us. Enjoy Hawaii and have a safe trip home to Madison, Alabama.

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Small Hawaii weddings

“I will love you forever”.  Small Hawaii weddings at it’s best, quiet, serene and very personal.  Mom and Dad were there all the way from Mississippi as supports. It is Tuesday October 4, 2016 and it is the Hawaiian wedding of Michelle Litten and Michael Valiant of La Porte, Texas.  Hawaii weddings on the beach sometimes get’s treated to a blessing from the sky, sprinkle of rain or a rainbow. Rarely do we have to change the date or time of your precious day. All Michelle and Michael (M & M) wanted was a quiet intimate Hawaii wedding ceremony.  Their dream did come true, it was a beautiful late afternoon, Kahala Beach was quite with very few people, the ocean was very calm and serene with gentle waves on the beach.  Michelle so exuberant and pretty, Michael so cool and happy were dressed casually to enjoy every moment with the offering of Hawaii weddings. Aloha meeting with laughter from Rev. Michael Nelson shaking hands with groom Michael. Joining hands, the couple strolled the sandy beach to the beautiful green location under the coconut trees. A gorgeous location for Hawaii weddings overlooking the blue ocean toward Kokohead crater.  The sound of the conch broke the silence, to announce their wedding in Hawaii ceremony.  I will love you forever Vows, unity sands ceremony, ring and lei exchange. A serene, intimate wedding with their Mom and Dad present. A simple small wedding they will cherish with lots of pictures to remember by. The new Michelle and Michael Valiant, Mahalo for sharing your day. Small Hawaii weddings, as we say in Hawaii “Da Best”.

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