A Memorable Hawaii vow renewal

Fifty years of marriage celebrated with a beautiful Hawaii vow renewal ceremony on a gorgeous Hawaiian day on the sands of Waialae Beach. December 29, 2016, distinguished couple Fusako and Hirohisa Niizumi of Japan were to celebrate their “Golden Anniversary” status by having a Hawaii vow renewal. With all their family members  present, Fusako ad Hirohisa’s wonderful children (who resides in the U.S) planned this special event for their parents. A vow renewal or the participation of Hawaii vow renewal is rather unusual for couples from Japan. This custom is highly popular in America especially in Hawaii.  The limousine arrival of this fine couple was captured by our film crew to document their special ceremony.  Dressed casually but looking very sophisticated, this couple happily strolled together to meet the Rev. Michael Nelson.  Fusako received a beautiful french bouquet with tropical flowers.  A matching boutonniere was presented to Hirohisa. He is one who sincerely smiles with brilliance. This Hawaii vow renewal was done in both English and Japanese language combined with some traditional Hawaiian prayer. A  meaningful ceremony commemorating fifty years of happy marriage with a Hawaii vow renewal flair, by Rev. Mike Nelson. The stage was set with loved ones, grand children gathering around in the sand.  Fusako and Hirohisa cross the bridge and strolls down the aisle arm in arm smiling happily at their family. Bowing is a custom of Japan, with the couple bowing and in return minister bows. The sound of the conch, the prayer, the exchange of flower leis as traditionally Hawaiian. The vow exchange is in Japanese language. English language completes the ceremony renewing the marriage of Fusako and Hirohisa Niizumi to everyone. The beautiful video presentation and photo coverage will forever seal the celebration of the golden anniversary of the Niizumi family. Congratulations and Mahalo, Maiko Niizumi and husband for choosing us and Mahalo for your generosity.

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Our loving Hawaii wedding couple

Loving couple Linda Jenkins and Kyle Fisher are our Christmas Hawaii wedding couple of 2016.  A wonderful delightful couple from St. Paul, Minnesota, getting away from the cold was something to look forward to and enjoying their special day with their warm toes in the sands of Hawaii. Beautiful Hawaii offer so much for a Hawaii wedding, however they could not have their parents here due to costs. However, they did have some dear siblings and friends to join them. December 16, 2016, seven of them arrived in a luxurious limousine at Waialae Beach Park. They were all dressed in white, a beautiful wedding party. They were greeted by our camera crew, the second best thing for parents, grandparents who were back home. Gorgeous bride, holding a french bouquet of purple and white orchids and roses. Handsome groom, white tux and white rose boutonniere in check.  Loved ones lined up for the bridal couple entrance. Conch shell sounding, toes in the warm sand they arrived ready for the moment they have been waiting for.  With Kyle, he felt very reassured about this day since he had watched our wedding ceremony video on our website so many times that he felt well acquainted with us. Watching the video is really a must for our Hawaii wedding, sort of a rehearsal to your wedding day.  Reverend Michael Nelson blew the conch shell as a welcome of Aloha. Sand ceremony blessing their lives to forever become one.  The acceptance to be here today to take the vows of marriage together. Repeating of the marriage vows, tears of joy (as well as sisters and brothers). They exchange gorgeous rings, and then thoughts of love and appreciation (audible on their video), finally exchange of a gift of Aloha,  purple flower leis.  Presenting the new Linda and Kyle Fisher with the supporting cheers of their brothers and sister. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us. Mele Kalikimaka and Hauoli Makahiki hou.

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Planning of Intimate Hawaii weddings

Beautiful Liron Bruck and Thor Storck chose to look at Hawaii weddings from far away Israel.  This couple love the outdoors, love to surf and spend time in the country. Planning a Hawaii beach wedding was ideal for them. They searched the internet on Hawaii weddings, for some Hawaii wedding planners they could rely on.  We were delighted to hear from them to help with their desires and wishes of having intimate  Hawaii weddings. The planning was simple for them. the constant communication by e-mail went well. Hawaii weddings and any destination weddings can be easily booked on line.  You can check the trust of the company with the Hawaii BBB, if they are a member, they should be fine. December 12, 2016 *12/12/16* was chosen as their very special date for their Hawaiian wedding ceremony.  The location was the sands of Waialae Beach Park. A beautiful day, this sunny couple arrived early to see the location and finally meet our minister Rev. Michael Nelson. Being from Israel, a secular ceremony was honored. She is such a beautiful bride dressed in a simple but classy dress (very uniquely different). He is a handsome surfer fellow, both with athletic personalities. Toes in the sand, blowing of the conch shell.  Hawaii weddings starts with the minister on the conch. To mix their lives together, a sand ceremony is performed. The willingness and acceptance of their vows to each other, the reciting of their marriage vows, rings and floral leis exchanged as gifts of Aloha.  It is a beautiful ceremony, memories to take home to Israel.  They will enjoy some time in beautiful quiet Maui enjoying the natural beauty of Hawaii and it’s beaches. Mahalo and congrats to Liron and Thor.  Ahui hou!

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Our Hawaii weddings of joy and Aloha

Choosing a chapel for Hawaii weddings, we suggest the beautiful Anela Chapel in upper Waikiki. The location fee is very reasonable compared to all other churches in Honolulu. The wedding of Glorien and Roy on December 8, 2016, a beautiful and memorable ceremony by Rev. Frank Mak. It was a rainy day, but thank goodness for the warmth and the protection of Anela Chapel.  Most of our Hawaii weddings are destination weddings, however, this couple resides in Hawaii. Glorien and Roy chose a wedding package with many goodies which perfectly fit their needs. As their love ones arrived to honor them on this special day, there were some good-luck Hawaii weddings of wetness from above. The photo/video crew began at the arrival of the limousine, beautiful bride dressed in a gorgeous gown with a train, full of beautiful net and sheerness.  A bouquet of roses, soft pink, dark pink and white bunches of tiny flowers on tropic. The groom, cool and dressed in a classy suit, with a boutonniere matching his bride’s bouquet. Guest gathered in their pews as a short rehearsal was conducted by Rev. Mak. A beach wedding for Hawaii weddings usually are Ohana style, no rehearsal needed, our minister takes a few minutes to explain. A very family style gathering.  In this chapel wedding, candles were lit at the alter, everyone took their places.Our singer/guitarist began with the Hawaiian wedding song, as the bride was escorted down the aisle to meet her husband to be. A beautiful romantic wedding ceremony by Rev. Mak with exchanging to the gift of Aloha, the flower leis and blessings of rings and exchange of love and promises of their Vow s. Presenting the new Glorien and Roy. Congratulations and Mahalo for sharing your special day with us.  Hawaii weddings of joy! Enjoy your many photos and beautiful love story video.

 

 

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