Our Hawaii weddings Ohana

We were delighted to have another loving couple to join our Hawaii weddings Ohana. Wonderful couple from Maryland, Latoya Terry and Richard Lamb chose Waimanalo Bay Beach on Oahu to complete their dream come true, to say I will love you forever. With a down pour on the way to this beautiful wedding spot, we were worried they would not see the beauty they expected but the rain cleared.  The best part was as they entered the beach area, the sun began to shine, what a beautiful scene. Richard quoted “this is what we dreamed of”,  vast white sandy beach, blue-green ocean, white surf, well know little islands in the background, a perfect location for Hawaii weddings. Beautiful Latoya, fashionably dressed in a lacy gown, with a haku head lei, looking like a princess. What a happy loving couple. Handsome Ricky looked cool in white and tan outfit with trousers rolled up. Ricky lived and worked in Hawaii for our years before moving to Maryland. His hanai uncle joined us during the photo session. A gorgeous french bouquet white, purple and green flowers matching her haku. A purple orchid bout. for Richard, a perfect wedding portrait in the making of a beautiful bridal couple. The Reverend Michael Nelson will present and honor them to our Hawaii weddings Ohana. Blowing of his conch shell, the Hawaii dream come true wedding of Latoya and Richard begins. Commitment to accept each other in marriage with vows of I will love you forever were confirmed.  Hawaii weddings for our marriage ceremony always includes the poring of sand into one container called the Hawaiian sand ceremony to blend their past, present and future together. They will continue to fill this commitment to eventually add their children to come. Their child to come in months to come is present for this ceremony to join our Hawaii weddings Ohana. Beautiful wedding vows, rings sparkling in the sun, Moment of words of love and thank you were exchanged before their offering of the gift of love. The beautiful fragrant Maile lei for Ricky and white orchid lei for his bride were symbols of gift of Aloha. Presenting the new Latoya and Richard Lamb. Their dream come true, welcome to our Hawaii weddings Ohana. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us.

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Hawaii weddings, so sweet

Wonderful couples from around the world, icing on the cake for Hawaii weddings. What joy it is to meet and spread the joy of Aloha with beautiful Hawaii weddings on the beach. After planning their intimate wedding, we finally got to meet them on their special day.  All the way from Israel, beautiful sweet Marina Levin and Yan Ganzman were so delightful and excited for their special day at Waimanalo Bay Beach, Sherwood Forest. Their Aloha toward gave us a nice feeling, as we spread our own Aloha with our Hawaii weddings. Marina and Yan traveled almost twenty four hours to reach Hawaii. Beautiful lace gown for Marina will be worn again for their wedding in Israel. Yan looked handsome in his white and tan outfit. Guest from Israel and Russia will honor them with family traditions. But for their official wedding, Hawaii wedding ceremony, on April 18, 2017, they have memories with then own video to show friends. Arriving early at the beach site is a extremely good idea for our Hawaii weddings. For Yan and Marina, arriving early they got to explore and took surrounding photos of the beautiful Waimanalo Beach, Using a tripod they took pictures of themselves on the beach. What a beautiful day it was, blue-green waters and white sandy beach. Ready to begin their dream come true Hawaii weddings, April 18, 2017.  Welcome and congratulation from Reverend Michael Nelson, with his deepest Aloha. Starting his ceremony by blowing his conch shell.  Accepting the commitment to join in marriage, I will love you forever vows. A sand ceremony to unite their lives were a beautiful symbol and they enjoyed it so much. The vows were beautiful and intimate. Rings were gorgeous. The gift of Aloha, orchid leis were exchanged. A emotional very long vows of love before they exchanged leis. What a beautiful Hawaii wedding ceremony for a sweet and warm couple. We enjoy presenting the new Marina and Yan Ganzman of Israel. Congratulation and Mahalo. Enjoy our islands and stay safe.

 

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Double Hawaii vow renewals

Double Hawaii vow renewals are so memorable and fun to do. It may not be a regular Hawaii wedding package but it can be arranged. I fact, sometimes we even accommodate three couples together.  With a double Hawaii vow renewals like for Angelique and Brian, Billie and Mario, they shared some cost by sharing a limousine. Sometimes the ceremony is done together, but in  this case each had their own Hawaii vow renewals experience right after the other.  This fun couple from Michigan arrived on their limousine full of excitement.A few other love ones also joined them for the occasion. Everyone were casually dressed but with nice colorful Hawaiian type wear. Angelique wore a nice white unusual styled dress, Brian a nice dark blue Aloha shirt. These two love birds have twenty years of happiness together, married for fifteen. First up or their Hawaii vow renewals, Brian was was already in tears even before the ceremony. Reverend Michael Nelson blew the conch shell to announce the important rite. With the acceptance of commitment once again in marriage, the sand ceremony, the beautiful vows different from the original but the feelings are the same or even better. Tears flowed, Brian of course. After the gift of Aloha, the finally got to say I do again/ This time with the romantic atmosphere of Hawaii vow renewals. Presenting the renewed Angie and Brian!  For the Hawaii vow renewals of Billie and Mario, this couple has been together for 30 wedded bliss years. It was time as best friends for Brian to attempt blowing of the conch shell for Billie’s and Mario’s ceremony. It was quite funny, but Brian did a good job. Billie and Mario committed to accept their vows once again, symbolizing the mixing of their lives with the sand ceremony. No ring ceremony, but the gift of Aloha before being pronounced the renewed Billie and Mario. What  fun an such beautiful couples, a beautiful ceremony by Rev. Mike.  Mahalo and congratulations. Enjoy your cruise around the islands of Hawaii.

 

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I love Hawaii weddings

The beautiful white sandy beach of Waialae Beach, many of our Hawaii weddings begin here.  A perfect day with sunshine, blue waters, and calm waters with a gorgeous view of Oahu’s south and east shores. April 12, 2017 was the special day chosen for the wedding of Mel and Neil from Australia. They brought so many love ones to celebrate this day, they came by mini-buses and limousine. Neil rode one of the mini bus with his guys, looking real cool in their comfortable outfits. Whisked away by Reverend Michael Nelson to the wedding sight, hidden from the bride. The gorgeous bride and her beautifully dressed wedding party remained on the limousine until Neil was not visible.  The ukulele/singer with songs of Aloha greeted the bride and her gals.  Gorgeous in her white sequenced bridal gown, Mel looked radiantly tanned and happy.  Ready and excited for the Hawaiian ceremony of Hawaii weddings. The guest crossed the bridge and readys for the processional.  The bridal party lines up waiting for Mel and her mother to cross the bridge and join them. Sounding of the conch shell, as the wedding party walked up the aisle. Our ukulele/singer sings the beautiful Hawaiian wedding song, as mother escorted Mel to meet Neil at the altar.  Kisses for her daughter and soon to be son in law as she gives Mel to Neil. Love is in the air, as they held hands and looked into each other’s eyes. Welcome and Mahalo from Rev. Mike for choosing Hawaii as your dream come true location for your wedding. The commitment to each other called marriage. The mixing of their lives, past, present and future, is the symbolized by the unity sand ceremony for the Hawaii weddings. The ceremony with beautiful vows of pledge.  Spoken in Hawaiian, there are the three greatest virtues of life faith, hope and love. The greatest of which is LOVE. As we continue the pledge, with the exchange of rings and the exchange of leis, the gift of Aloha.  Tears flowed freely among everyone. Presenting a beautiful couple, Mel and Neil husband and wife. A memorable wedding. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us. The celebration continued at Duke’s of Waikiki.    Aloha!

 

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Hawaii weddings, pleasure of love

Our Hawaii weddings are filled with Aloha, with our friendly staff, creating a family like atmosphere.  No stress weddings in Hawaii, as soon as we meet you at our Hawaii beach location we introduce to each member of our crew. The ” Aloha”  will make you feel like you are part of our Ohana (family) of Hawaii weddings.  A fun day on your very special day is what we provide to you and your love ones. On April 10, 2017, a beautiful day at Waialae Beach, the arrival of Marlene and Garth, with ukulele singing by Derreck, immediately felt like we were going to enjoy this affair. Their love ones, merrily joining into the Aloha atmosphere. Reverend Michael Nelson is the perfect Mr. Aloha , Our ukulele singer is a professional with deep ties in Hawaii. Roger and Irene of Weddings in Hawaii are planners and photographers, with 30 plus year of enjoying love with our Hawaii weddings Ohana. Marlene and Garth were casually dressed in yellow, she was gorgeous with a colorful haku head lei expertly tied by Garth. What a wonderful couple and family from New Zealand. Sounding of the conch, welcome to weddings in Hawaii. Beautiful voice of Hawaii, the Hawaiian wedding song accompanied by the soft musical sound of ukulele. Here comes the bride alone, walking on the sand to meet her husband to be Garth.  Love is in the air with the greetings and the acceptance vow of commitment into this marriage. To begin blending and combining their lives of yesterday, today and the future the participated in the Hawaiian unity sand ceremony. Even before the vows, tears came for Garth’s daughter. His son stood by with smiles. Memorable vows of commitment, and rings were exchanged. The weddings in Hawaii lei exchange, included words of love and appreciation from each other bringing a burst of tears from the bride. A beautiful love song “You are so beautiful”  sung with the sounds of ukulele, dedicated to the bridal couple.  The introduction by Rev. Mike of the new Marlene and Garth as husband and wife. Congratulations, what fine friends we had the pleasure of meeting. Aloha and Mahalo for your generosity and your New Zealand/Australia Aloha you brought us. Best wishes.

 

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Hawaii weddings a Family affair

Searching for the enjoyment of Hawaii weddings.  Finally a beautiful Hawaiian wedding for Erin White and John Williams. Many years together with blessed love and three lovely children. What a happy joyous day it was, with many tears shed by the couple. Hawaii weddings can be a family affair with the whole family participating in the wedding ceremony. The color was white and aqua like the beautiful color of the sparkling ocean at Kahala Beach. A day of beauty, April 7, 2017 the very special day Erin dreamed of, in reality. They arrived on the limousine with their two daughters and son. Aqua dresses for the girls, tan and white for the eldest son. Erin looked great in her gown with aqua sash. Greeted by singing ukulele player and the camera crew. Rev. Michael Nelson greeted them with Hawaii weddings of Aloha. A gorgeous french bouquet of fragrant pink roses to highlight Erin’s beauty. John looked great in tan trousers and white shirt, looking just like his son. Their parents, friends and children were present to cheer them on after fifteen years of togetherness.  Conch shell sounds, ukulele, singing of the Hawaiian wedding song, here comes the bride. The commitment to each other in marriage, each with a “I , jowill”. To the mixing of their lives as a symbol, a sand ceremony. The beautiful marriage vows,  Erin, you are blessed to take John to be your husband and pledge…., John you are also blessed to take Erin as your wife and pledge…  I do followed with many tears of joy. Rings of love, floral leis gift of Aloha. Tears, joy and happiness!  Congratulations to the new Erin and John. Mahalo for having us, enjoy your memories of your many photos and video of your very special day. Aloha.

 

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Hawaii weddings Princess for the day

Be a princess for the day, Hawaii weddings will create a queen for the day with beautiful Hawaii weddings on the shores of our beautiful beach locations.  From Alberta, Canada, beautiful couple, Jillian and Jordan chose Friday April 7, 2017 to become one on the gorgeous beach of Waimanalo Bay. She looked like a Hawaiian princess, Jordan tied a beautiful white haku head lei on her crown of beautiful golden hair. Dressed in a very chic wedding gown, she pinned a white rose boutonniere on Jordan’s blue vest. Finalizing her dazzling Hawaiian princess look, a all white cascade bouquet of white roses and many cascades of small white orchid sprays. A gorgeous bride with a handsome groom in dark blue vested outfit.  Hawaii weddings of princess and prince in the making.  Ready to be married by the Reverend Michael Nelson, we strolled through Sherwood Forest to access the white sandy beach with the beautiful views of azure colored ocean with small famous islands within. Perfect day for Hawaii weddings on the beach with light tradewind and Hawaiian sunshine. Gentle white waves rolling up on the sand, they stood to enjoy the intimate wedding ceremony of Rev. Mike. The call of Hawaii, the conch shell was sounded.  The welcome and commitment to this beautiful endeavor, Jillian Knowles  accepted to marry Jordan Till, and vice versa to become one with promises of forever. Continued with a unity sand ceremony, the vows of marriage, ring exchange, and finally the Hawaii weddings lei exchange. During which, they each said their own long vows of commitment to each other. Announcing the new Jillian and Jordan as husband and wife. Many kisses and tears of joy, we crown the Queen and King of weddings, this special day. Congratulations and enjoy your many memorable photos. Enjoy your honeymoon and your sunset photo shoot at the North Shore. Mahalo for your support.

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