Love you always Hawaii wedding

“I will love you always” Hawaii wedding celebrated with family. Angelica Molina and Jorge Newton had us help them, to plan a memorable Hawaii wedding ceremony on the beach. Choosing a weekday August 11, 2017 at Kahala Beach was a wise decision since the weekends are very crowded at Oahu public beaches. The weather was super nice with beautiful ocean of blue, green color with sparkling waves. A little breezy but expected of a beach wedding.  Choosing a package with video and limousine service, a happy story of your wedding day, no stress finding parking space. Beautiful Angelica wearing a slim fitting chic wedding gown, Jorge in a  business suit, what a nice looking couple. Their two little girls so sweet in champagne colored dresses. Their Mom were beautiful in similar colored fashions. Dads, brother & niece so happily enjoying the Hawaii wedding day of Angelia and Jorge. As requested, a maile lei circle decorated the grassy alter.  Reverend Michael Nelson our most personable minister for our Hawaii weddings, guided the couple through the ceremony.  Blowing of the conch shell indicating for the bride escorted by Dad, to stroll down the aisle to meet her husband to be. Smiling, kisses, hugs and hand shake. Dad has given his consent, she is all yours now. After many years together, they will finally make it official. The vows to commit in engaging into this relationship called marriage was loud and clearly ” I  do!”  Proceeding to seal the mixing of lives, a unity sand ceremony was enjoyed. Their memories of the wedding ceremony are being taped and photographed live to share for years to come. The official marriage vows to each other to “forever love and care for each other” was a moment of emotion especially for their mothers. Rings were exchanged and blessings for the newlyweds were given.  The gift of Aloha (leis) were given. Now announcing the new Jorge and Angelica Molina. Congratulations, enjoy your celebration on the Star of the Sea dinner cruise. Mahalo for having us.

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Hawaii weddings at Magic Island

Most of our Hawaii weddings are held during the weekdays. We offer several locations for our Hawaii weddings which are all public parks. We recommend having your weddings on weekdays instead of the weekend to avoid the weekend crowd. To have a serene and gentle atmosphere is difficult when there are many people. We try to find a quiet ideal spot, and during the weekend the choices are slim. We have beautiful Hawaii weddings with tradewinds, but it can be windy at times, so we recommend your hair with an updo. Of course we do weekend weddings, but try to limit it. The wedding of Rico Rodriguez and Soomin Im was at Ala Moana Magic Island on August 8, 2017. Magic Island (man made) with the historic Diamond Head as a background presents a scenic ocean background looking toward Waikiki. It is less windy then most beaches. Rico met Soomin in Korea when he was there. He is serving our country in the Marine Corp.  Soomin is the sweetest person.  The were both dressed business casual, she held a blue bouquet. Their mothers were there to support and bless their marriage. Our very simplest package of Hawaii weddings was chosen, nothing elaborate, just the minister who added his conch blowing as a symbol of a Hawaiian wedding. There were vows of commitment to love and care for each other always. The beautiful rings were blessed . Rico and Soomin each accepted the rings as a token of their love, Shell leis were exchanged.  Now we present the new Rico and Soomin, kissing for the first time as  husband and wife.  Best wishes and thank you for choosing us.

 

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Memories of our Hawaii vow renewals

We have had many Hawaii vow renewals enjoyed by couples all over the world, but most are from the United States. We enjoy planning these joyous rite just as much as the loving couples themselves. Families join in and have a cry or two and have a wonderful time. Many have written back and thanked us for the nice memories of a stress free Ohana style (family) gathering. Hawaii with the many different ethnic background and traditions have popularized the enjoyment of Hawaii vow renewal ceremony. Locally they celebrate the fiftieth anniversary with a vow renewal ceremony and invite hundreds of people to their luau or reception. Good luck is involved. Loyd and Chau of Texas will celebrate their twentieth anniversary soon and chose August 9, 2017 to have the memories of Hawaii vow renewals to enjoy as they honeymoon. They have known each other as high school sweethearts and have twenty nine years of love together with two children to be proud of. On August 9, 2017 they arrived at Waialae Beach Park looking so very youthful stylishly dressed for the beach vow renewal. She looked lovely and petite in a summer dress of cream color, he tall and handsome dressed accordingly in tan and cream color outfit.  Reverend Michael Nelson got to know a little about them to personalize his vow renewal ceremony. A beautiful day, low tide with blue waters, Loyd and Chau strolled hand in hand on the sandy beach. Kahala Beach if where the grassy knolls are for staging the ceremony with the backdrop of the beach and little islands. Hawaii vow renewals as well as Hawaii weddings usually begin with the conch blowing by the minister, to announce that something important was about to happen. This is according to ancient Hawaiian history. Reverend asked for their commitment to reavow their marriage with vows different from their original but having the same meaning of promise. Holding hands, eyes locked, they took their vows with tears in their eyes. Memories filled them with emotion. A beautiful, beautiful moment full of love. Exchanging the gift of Aloha concluded the renewal of Loyd and Chau. Congratulations and return to us someday with your children. Mahalo with Aloha.

 

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Ceremonies of Hawaii weddings

It’s magical time for the special day at Magic Island, Honolulu.  Hawaii weddings, sunny with summer breeze (Hawaiian tradewinds), the feeling and aura they will remember always. Faith Sanders and Michael Donato are residence of Honolulu, with Michael serving with the United States Marine Corp.  Planning of Hawaii weddings are a real pleasure for us. For those in the military, they help protect our country, we are so thankful. They chose August 7, 2017 (8/7/17)  three O’clock in the afternoon at Magic Island as their forever ceremonial site. Hawaii weddings at Magic, portrays a beautiful background of the blue/green ocean, looking past Waikiki with Diamond Head looming over the back. To the right of the vast ocean afar, surfers enjoy their favorite spot, smaller sets today. Handsome groom Michael.dressed dapper in tan suit, arrived early with his beloved Mom to give him support. The maid of honor and her escort also arrived separately.  Reverend Michael Nelson led Michael to the wedding site near the ocean away from seeing his bride arrive.  Here comes the bride, Faith, beautiful in soft white bridal gown with a kick skirt. A perfect style for her, very stylish. She arrived with her beautiful Mom supporting her.  At the wedding site, Rev. Mike sounded his conch to introduce the happy occasion  as the groom turned to see his bride down he aisle. Escorted by Mom, beautiful smiles both locked eyes and met at the altar. Kisses and hugs with Mom for both. A beautiful wedding ceremony a everlasting memory. The uniting of lives with the sand ceremony, the commitment, the vows of everlasting love, rings of forever, the gift of Aloha (leis). The signing of the wedding certificates, it is legal! The new Michael and Faith Donato. Many beautiful photos and portraits to enjoy. Mahalo our friends, and the best of wishes.  Aloha.

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Memories of Hawaii weddings

They got married!! A beautiful Hawaiian day at Kahala Beach a central Hawaii weddings location in east Honolulu. August 4, 2017 was the special day for Glorianna Myers and Chris O’Neil of Murieta, California. There were many relatives and guests to arrive gradually at the location. This beautiful couple arrived, just the two of them in the limousine, so romantic. Very stylishly dressed and feeling comfortable and summery. A beautiful colorful haku head lei for Glorianna, what a beautiful bride, like a Hawaiian princess. The flower ornament meant for behind her ear was used for a boutonniere instead for Chris. The haku was beautiful enough for her head wear.  They meet the Reverend Michael Nelson, who marries many couples enjoying their Hawaii weddings, and will be performing their ceremony. Strolling hand in hand, down the sandy beach of Kahala, romantic stroll with the beautiful wide open  view of the ocean, with the tide rising.  We chose a grassy knoll right above the mediocre sized waves crashing on the sand and banks of the knoll.  Their beautiful little daughter arrived with some other love ones and the Hawaiian ceremony commenced with the blowing of the conch by Reverend Mike.  In ancient Hawaiian tradition, a conch is sounded to indicate that an important event was about to happen. The marriage of Glorianna and Chris, is one of many Hawaii weddings all over Hawaii today. However, this very moment is only theirs as their daughter stood by holding their beautiful rings  Love ones standing close by in loving support. The commitment and promise to enter into marriage was acknowledged. With the traditional unity sand ceremony to blend their lives together toward a family with their beloved daughter. The marriage vows so beautiful and loving as they faced each other holding hands. Blessing the rings before the exchange. Lei exchange with kisses to finalize the Hawaiian ceremony. Presentation of flower lei to their daughter bringing tears of joy. Pronouncing the couple as husband and wife, the love ones said they will to bless the new Glorianna and Chris O’Neil. Many more joined the group as the ceremony progressed. Congratulations and mahalo for having us on your special day.  A ride in the limousine awaited. Enjoy your time in Hawaii.  Aloha

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Hawaii wedding love is universal

Hawaii wedding ceremony of beauty, the deep love for each other brought  Brooke Mapp and Kirsten James together to be united in matrimony, in Hawaii. A Hawaii wedding planning began many months ago last year, in fact, far away from Australia. This awesome couple are nurses and fell in love sharing the same passion to care for people. Caring for the people involves love, like our profession caring for newlyweds to plan for their loving future.  A honeymoon vacation combined with a Hawaii wedding ceremony was an ideal choice. They arrived on a new white limousine from their hotel Sheraton P. K. in Waikiki looking beautiful and very stylish. Brooke gorgeous in her white gown, and we high lighted that with a colorful floral Haku head lei, which Kirstin placed on her crown. Kirsten looked super in ivory/tan trousers, white shirt and matching ivory vest. A very handsome couple with eyes only for each other, deeply in love obviously.  Welcomed by the Reverend Karen Mak on this gorgeous Hawaii wedding day.  Welcome to the Hawaii wedding of Brooke and Kirstin, the first day of August 2017 at 4:00 in the afternoon at Kahala Beach. They stroll hand in hand romantically strolling in the white sand to their grassy green beach altar.  They become one with the palm trees swaying above them and the gentle waves splashing behind them. The ceremony begins with the Aloha welcome from Reverend Karen. The vows they read to each other were cleverly written on artistic cards, followed by the marriage vows of Reverend Karen. Blessings of the union were given, the offering of flower leis to each, the beautiful rings were placed in a little tray with love inscriptions. The unity sand ceremony was performed also to blend their lives together.  The rings were admired and blessed before the placing on their fingers.  A prayer of blessing to the new Brooke-Mapp James and Kirsten James. Congratulations and enjoy your Hawaii honeymoon. It was so nice being with you on your special day. A beautiful emotional wedding ceremony. Tears of joy, Brooke leaning on the thoughtfulness of Kirsten. A champagne ride on the limo to celebrate. Aloha.

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Our Hawaii weddings of Aloha

Aloha is the base of all Hawaii weddings, without Aloha, there is not much meaning to our Hawaii weddings. Providing friendly, stress free weddings for loving couples whether Hawaii weddings or Hawaii vow renewals, our Aloha never ends. We get to know each other through telephone or e-mail where the Aloha begins. We, the planners always personally meet our couples and guest as they arrive at the location of the ceremony. A personal touch from small business like us, also we personally concentrate on individual weddings and lessen bookings each month. Special Aloha for the local Hawaii couple on their wedding on the beach at Waialae Beach Park.  On July 29, 2017 a beautiful wedding ceremony for Milovale Lafitaga and Petelo Sagote was enjoyed with all their loving families and love ones bringing lots of Aloha.  Beautiful white wedding gown with veil for the gorgeous bride who chose gold and white as theme color. Bouquet of silk flowers of gold and white. The bridal party also in white with gold highlights. Handsome Petelo wore black tux for this long awaited day. They have two so very cute children who participated in the wedding ceremony. Many flower girls were there. Many couples choose to walk up the sandy aisle for Hawaii weddings that are large in crowd size. Dad wearing an outfit with gold vest, standing tall escorted his daughter to Petelo,  kisses and hugs for the couple. What a handsome couple standing next to the Reverend Michael Nelson. A memory of this very special day full of Aloha being captured with many photo images. Aloha sand ceremony, Loving marriage vows, a promise to forever love and care for each other and their children. Ring blessing and exchange, and the traditional gift of Aloha (leis).  Reverend Mike led a blessing for the couple and their love ones.  We proudly present the new Milovale and Petelo Sagote of Aiea, Hawaii. Congratulations guys, Mahalo, we enjoyed meeting you. You radiate so much Aloha.

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