Hawaii weddings

Young love, sweetness of Hawaii weddings. Serving our America, many of our Hawaii weddings are members of the U. S. Military, far away from their families. These couples call their units and friends in Hawaii their family. Having them join them at their beach wedding supporting them means everything to them.  We honor the active members with military discounts for our Hawaii weddings.  A perfect day at Waialae Beach Park on November 18, 2016, handsome Cameron Belk arrived in dress uniform with his lovely bride to be Alaina Kelley. Some loved ones from Alaska and North Carolina came to support the young and sweet couple, as well as his Military base friends.  Rev. Michael Nelson welcomed them with warm Aloha. Alaina looked lovely in a slim fit wedding dress.  Reverend Mike opened his Hawaiian wedding ceremony by blowing his conch shell.  With our Hawaii weddings, we celebrate without chairs and enjoy the ceremony “Ohana style” which means casual gathering like a family surrounding the honored couple. The pledge of marriage by Cameron and Alaina, the mixing of their lives present and future by participating in the unity sand ceremony.  The marriage vows as they faced each other and held hands looking at each others eyes.  The rings, the gift of love, circle with no end, glittering in the sun as Rev. Mike raised each ring to be admired and blessed. Careful not to drop it in the sand, they each gave and accept their rings with deep love in their eyes.  Finally before being pronounced husband wife, a gift of Aloha with leis and kisses. Presenting the new Alaina and Cameron Belk. Congrats, and enjoy your celebration at P.F. Chang restaurant. Mahalo.

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Hawaii weddings

Hawaii weddings, a day full of joy and love. The wedding of Charlee Thurston and Torey Smith of Midland, Michigan on November 15, 2016 started out as a beautiful ride from the North Shore of Oahu to the Ala Moana area to be picked up by limousine.  A ride to Waialae Beach Park on a beautiful but a bit gusty day. Beautiful Charlee in a chic stylist gown, Torey looked great in dark blue aloha shirt and white short pants. Color or blue, white and green flowers for her Haku head lei, a creation of elegance. Torey had the honor to tie it to her crown.  A french bouquet of white rose buds, accented by pinkish Hawaiian orchids.  Flowers galore for a princess. A green Maile lei for him presented by his bride. This very happy and friendly couple were met by Rev. Michael Nelson and our crew with cameras rolling. Hawaii weddings of live production in high gear.  They are now ready to become husband and wife. Strolling over the white bridge, then to the panoramic scenic view that they had dreamed about. White sands, the vast blue/green ocean and Kokohead in the background.  Hawaii weddings on the beach is a beautiful experience, especially for couples from afar. (We Kamaainas love Hawaii but we seem to wrongfully take the beauty for granted.)  The wedding ceremony of Charlee and Torey began with the sounding of the conch by Rev. Mike followed by the pledge of marriage. In Hawaii, the sand ceremony is enjoyed to unite and mix two lives together,  a beautiful ceremony.Wedding vows brought tears of emotion, rings of sparkling circle a ceremony of gift.  Traditional flower lei exchange as a gift of Aloha to announce the official union of the wonderful new Charlee and Torey Smith.  Congratulations, guys. It was so nice to meet you, and Mahalo for having us on your most important day.  Enjoy your memories with the many lovely pictures and video of your wedding day. Hawaii weddings of Aloha.

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Hawaii weddings

Memorable Hawaii weddings, so many of them we have enjoyed with our couples throughout the years. Many have returned to enjoy our Hawaii vow renewal ceremony, years later. Hawaii weddings for military persons stationed in Hawaii has been a real delight for us. They are so young, away from home, and many wish for Hawaii weddings to happen before they leave for their next assignment.  Christian Torres and Jennifer Roman both originally from Northern California decided to get married on November 12, 2016, for the enjoyment of Hawaii weddings, before being transferred to California next week.  She flew in to Honolulu just or the ceremony. Waialae Beach was their choice of Hawaii beach location, to wed on the sands of this panoramic  beach site. Christian, dressed handsomely in dress uniform, arrived early with his brother and guys from Marine Corp Base Hawaii.  Reverend Michael Nelson greeted Christian and advised him of what to expect during the ceremony.  At all Hawaii weddings, at times we have couples following the traditional, groom not seeing the bride before the ceremony.  In these cases, we have the groom arriving early and our minister will take him to the wedding site, waiting facing the ocean.  Sweet Jennifer arrives with Christian’s mother.  She is sweet and beautiful dressed in a simple but stylish white long dress.  She walks across the bridge with her soon to be mother-in-law, with cameras flashing.  The conch shell sounding to announce her arrival.  Christian turns to see his soon to be wife walking up to meet him.  Hugs from Mom to both.  Hawaii weddings of Aloha.  Rev. Mike greets them and begins the pledge to accept the vows of marriage. To have their lives mix and blend together, they are asked to participate in  Hawaiian unity sand mixing ceremony.  Weddings in Hawaii may not always have this ceremony, depending on the wedding package chosen. The marriage vows provided by our minister are the official vows, however if the couple have their own vows, the process will be just before the lei exchange. Rings, circle of love and unity.  Their vows to each other were beautiful sealed by the gift of Aloha, white orchid leis. Blessed by their love ones (Mom, brother and all their military family) they were pronounced, the new Christian and Jennifer Torres.  Congratulations and we were so happy to have met you. Aloha.

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Hawaii wedding ceremony

“With this ring I marry you”, Hawaii wedding ceremony with the atmosphere and feelings of Ohana (family).  November 11, 2016 at Kahala Beach were chosen as their very special day. The beautiful wedding ceremony of Sharon Young ad Ardi Ounapuu of Dayton, Oregon. Sharon, formally of Hawaii an Ardi from Estonia, met and fell in love over the internet. A Hawaii wedding ceremony by Rev. Michael Nelson will begin their life as husband and wife. They arrived on a new white limousine driven by La Especial Limousine, with their love ones to support them.  We ‘always’ meet our wedding party at the  Hawaii wedding location of their choice along with our officiant, photo crew, and others. Sharon was beautiful in a outfit of various color or blue, Ardi was cool in black suit and red tie. For Sharon, a french bouquet of pink and white roses with assorted flowers. Love story begins with video coverage as the limo arrives with the couple, strolling in the sand near the water’s edge to the beautiful garden like location near the ocean. Our Hawaii wedding opens with a Hawaiian conch blowing by the minister to welcome the special occasion to happen. Rev. Mike receives the pledge of marriage from the couple and proceeds with the participation of our own very special unity sand ceremony. The entire Hawaii wedding ceremony is video taped and photographed in entirety.  A beautiful day at Kahala Beach with minimal tradewind blowing. Our beach weddings tend to be breezy and it is suggested that brides wear their up-do hair style.  The beautiful wedding vows, bringing emotions to their love ones. The sparkling rings with their special meaning, a blessing, with this ring, a circle of love forever, they marry each other. Hawaii wedding lei exchange, the gift of Aloha. Their loved ones agrees to pledge support to the newlyweds. Rev. Mike proceeds to present the new Sharon and Ardi Ounapuu. Congratulations and hugs from All.  A full photo coverage session followed. A beautiful Hawaii wedding ends with a limousine ride and champagne.  Mahalo for having us, Sharon and Ardi. Aloha.

 

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Hawaii weddings “I will”

Hawaii weddings on the beach was what Candice and James wanted, combining their Hawaiian wedding ceremony with their honeymoon. Residing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin they wanted to enjoy the warmer weather for their special time of their lives. November 8, 2016 was chosen at Waialae Beach Park. Standing on the white sands with the ocean in the background, soft waves washing on the beach.  For most couples this is a perfect scene for Hawaii weddings.  Candice Gruber and James Majewski, a happy and joyous couple excited that this day has finally arrived, decided to arrive early and have some fun and enjoy their wedding location. Pink is Candice’s favorite color and the Hawaii wedding theme. Beautiful Candice in a fashionable white wedding dress with pink satin sash. Our french bouquet of pink and orange baby roses was a perfect match.  James looked great in white short pants and pink shirt, his boutonniere of mixed pink-orange-yellow rose was perfect match for his shirt. We took some formal wedding pictures before the ceremony while we waited for our minister, Rev. Michael Nelson the arrive.  There were absolutely no Hawaii weddings at this location today and it was intimate and serene.  Rev. Mike arrived to greet and took some moments of Aloha to get acquainted.  We are now ready for their special moment, announcing the Hawaiian wedding ceremony of Candice and James. They walk together crossing the white bridge to the white sandy beach. Meeting Rev. Mike at the altar as he blew the conch to welcome them.  Beginning with the pledge of marriage, they held hands and affirmed their desire.  The unity sand ceremony to blend their live. The promise, the repeating of their vows to each other. The symbol of forever with the ring exchange. Finally the gift of Aloha, Hawaii weddings traditional lei exchange. We present to you the new and beautiful Candice and James Majewski. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us on your special day.  Aloha!

 

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Hawaii weddings

So many beautiful Hawaii weddings are the result of couples falling in love using the many dating services all over the world. It is amazing how successful these services are. Many of those meet, fall in love and decide on a small beach wedding. Why Hawaii weddings? Most of them have relatives and friends from different parts of the country and nation, and it is more affordable to have a intimate small wedding. Many Hawaii weddings are followed up with a larger wedding and reception some time later with their love ones at one home country. This way, they can also save up money to afford the larger gathering.  On Nov. 7, 2016, Florilee Gumatay of the Philippines and Alan Hoe of Girald, Kansas had their dream fulfilled by Reverend Michael Nelson.  The wedding day of sweet Florilee and Alan at Waimanalo Bay Beach Park, arriving dressed casually, and so very happy. The successful result of a dating service, they seem to be a perfect match for each other. Ever since they met a year ago, they got along so well, they kept on talking and talking, and love struck.  A beautiful love story, Hawaii weddings were one of the topic that seem to be the one. Here they were, on the beautiful sandy beach, wind and rain threatened, but the wedding ceremony provided by Rev.Mike, was something they will remember forever. With all the photos and memories that provides the Aloha of Hawaii weddings, unforgettable moment. We present to you the new Florilee and Alan Noe. They get to take home the gift of the decorative bag of sand used  for the sand ceremony and also couple of shell leis, not to mention their decorative marriage certificate. Congratulations.

 

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Hawaii weddings

Hawaii weddings planning for all.  A beautiful Friday morning at Magic Island, Honolulu on November 4,  2016,  the wedding ceremony of Andrea  Nunez and Maria Garcia of Aiea, Hawaii.  Maria arrived first looking great in white pants suit. She made sure she did not see her bride before the wedding. Rev. Karen Mak arrived to meet and prepare for this special occasion of Hawaii weddings.  Their love ones and friends arrived, with excitement and nervousness combined.  Awaiting the arrival of the bride, Andrea escorted by her very good friend, arrived so happy but nervous. No need to be nervous, this is the happiest day of your life, just relax, enjoy and go with the flow of Hawaiian style. This is our advice to all couples. Andrea is gorgeous, dressed in a simple but elegant white gown, Diamond Head in the background with the ocean so sparkling blue, a historic scenery. Maria and her friends strolled to the beach site of Magic Island led by Rev. Karen. Maria turned toward the ocean so not to see Andrea arrive. Hawaii weddings of beauty and Aloha was about to take place. Maria turned and spotted her beautiful bride approaching her, they will soon say their “I do”.  Writing their very own vows to each other, each must have spent some time in  doing so, a beautiful and meaningful details of their promise to each other. Rev. Karen presented a beautiful, and romantic ceremony they will always treasure in their hearts. Hawaii weddings of Aloha is for the very experienced minister who are Kamaaina from Hawaii and understands our Hawaiian culture and it’s people. Aloha and blessings by Rev. Mak, a reading was presented by their best friend.  Beautiful rings were blessed, exchanged with teary eyes and smiles. White shell leis were exchanged Hawaiian style..  Presentation of Hawaii weddings of Aloha, the new Andrea Nunez-Garcia ad Maria Garcia-Nunez. Mahalo to our local couple for having us. Congratulations.

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International Hawaii weddings

Planning of Hawaii weddings on the beach began in Germany for Claudia Erhard and Hubert Kaier back in October. She wanted a Hawaii wedding ceremony on Oahu, he said, “why not”. and added a honeymoon trip to Maui and Hawaii islands.  This incredible couple found us to help plan their dream wedding ceremony by surfing Hawaii weddings on Google. As always we are extremely grateful to them for choosing Hawaii and us for the enjoyment of Hawaii weddings.  Beautiful Claudia, dressed in a European stylish wedding gown, holding a bouquet of pink and red torch ginger wrapped by t-leaves looked radiant. Happiness is Hubert dressed casually in tan slacks and long sleeved white shirt fashionably untucked. Reverend Michael Nelson arrived to meet them and had a bit of chit chat with them. A beautiful day at November 1, 2016 at Waialae Beach Park, perfect quiet atmosphere for any Hawaii weddings. The warm sand, sparkling ocean, the soft waves and the distant beauty of scenic East Oahu awaited Claudia and Hubert to start their dream in Hawaii.  Strolling across the bridge hand in hand, a beautiful picture of love in motion.  Walking in the warm sand approaching  Rev. Mike, a Aloha welcome to their Hawaiian wedding ceremony.  The blowing of the Conch announcing their ceremony, a ceremony so different from Germany. Unity sand ceremony, they enjoyed with happiness. The vows and ring exchange are no different then at home. But the floral lei exchange is so delightful for them, the gift of Aloha.  This happy couple, so sweet will celebrate at Duke’s of Waikiki for their wedding dinner.We present the new Claudia and Hubert Kaier.  Mahalo for having us and enjoy your long honeymoon in Hawaii.

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