Oahu beach weddings are extremely popular for couples just visiting the beautiful island of Oahu. Not to mention couples who are Kamaaina living on the island. Some of the reasons are, the natural beauty, the simplicity and economical affordable. It is the Hawaiian allure of getting married or renewing vows on the beach. Some couples prefer archways and chair which is not legal on the sandy beaches, flowers are allowed on the sand to decorate. But in the end who remembers the props. We truly want all of our Oahu beach weddings to be memorable with how the beautiful warm sand felt in between your toes, how peaceful the sound of the ocean in the background made you feel as said your vows of “I will love you forever”. The treasured moments of your loved ones watching how happy you looked on your special day. Some complain about the windy and sun glare of the beaches, but is is a natural beauty of our Oahu beach weddings, as with any beach weddings. If this is a problem, do not book a wedding on the beach or outdoors, it will cost you much more, but choose carefully. We congratulate local couple, Hazel and Peter on their marriage. A beautiful morning at Waialae Beach Park on October 3, 2017, Oahu beach weddings with minimum wind factor was enjoyed with many of their wonderful loved ones, including Hazel’s son and both parents of the bride and groom. A relaxed, meaningful Christian wedding ceremony was performed by their personal minister. Hazel and Peter chose a Paradise package with limousine, photo and video production. A little tweak in the package of using their own minister, brought some cost down. A beautiful french bouquet of red american beauty roses and purple orchid with white hydrangea highlighted her dress. Peter looked cool in his gray outfit with vest. A memorable Oahu beach wedding ceremony, memories preserved with lots of photo and memorized with a video production of their special day. A kiss and a celebratory dip of the bride by the groom. Congrats and Mahalo for having A wedding in Hawaii on your special day.
Love, engagement, planning of a Hawaii beach wedding, so many planners to choose from. Most Hawaii wedding planners are honest hardworking and caring people. TRUST, HONESTY and ALOHA are the main ingredients, check with the Hawaii Business Bureau at 808-536-6956 for rating and legitimacy of business. For our Hawaii beach wedding ceremonies, what you see on our website is what you will get, and you will be able to be flexible on changes. Our website is easy to navigate using Google or Yahoo search on Hawaii weddings. A beautiful 2017 Hawaiian summer, we had fun with Hawaii beach wedding and Hawaii vow renewal ceremonies. Slowing down this month, but we congratulate our first loving couple getting married, from Ontario, Canada, the gorgeous bride Joy Lee and her handsome husband to be Luke Dimitrick. They chose a simple package with lots of photographs and added a french bouquet. The bouquet highlighted by red American beauty roses and white clusters of tiny flowers. It is Monday October 2, 2017, a serene day at Waialae Beach Park and Kahala Beach with gentle waters. She is a beautiful bride with a white bridal lacy gown and simply radiant. He is a handsome and lucky fellow, looking cool in a tan colored suit. The ever charming minister of ours, Reverend Michael Nelson joined us to get acquainted with Joy and Luke as we strolled in the sand to Kahala Beach. They looked beautiful photographed strolling hand in hand near the shore line. This simple Hawaii beach wedding ceremony begins as always with the blowing of the conch shell by Reverend Mike. The ceremony is romantic, sweet and relaxing beneath the bunch of coconut tree. The waves below them quietly brushing the sand. The sand ceremony, the vows of marriage, rings and the gift offering of leis brings a short but memorable ceremony, a sense of love and fulfillment. Signing of the marriage certificate with the official announcement of the new Luke and Joy Dimitrick. Have a super week in Hawaii. We enjoyed meeting you and hope to see you again someday. Aloha and Mahalo from A wedding in Hawaii.