Hawaiian weddings and honeymoon in Hawaii, warm and cozy Hawaii away from the cold and snow really sounds good during the Winter holiday season. Groom Calvin Wallace planned the whole thing with our help to make their dream of Hawaiian weddings and honeymoon come true. His bride Kristen Serrata with parents and love ones are enjoying their stay at a vacation home on the windward side of Oahu. They chose a location for beautiful Hawaiian weddings on the sandy beach at Waimanalo Bay’s sherwood forest. December 12, 2017 was the date they chose as their special day. Our minister for our Hawaiian weddings, we have the Reverend Michael Nelson, who is charming and very cool full of Aloha. A weather forecast of showers for this day, some liquid sunshine before the hour, but the sun brought forward blue skies and ocean of the same color to match. Arrival of their limousine, their white wedding carriage has arrived. Beautiful and so fine, Kristen was clad in a stylish slim fitting dress and Calvin, very handsome and relaxed in white shirt and casual trousers Their relatives and friends so happily surrounding them to witness the joy of Hawaiian weddings on the beach. A beautiful colorful Haku head lei for Kristen assisted by Calvin and Reverend Mike. A Hawaiian princess at the Hawaiian wedding of Kristen and Calvin. Guitar player for the ceremony was a friend of their. Hawaiian weddings on the beach are all about the Hawaiian aura and atmosphere, a feeling of home and Ohana (family) together. The rest is the Hawaii wedding ceremony traditions which brings out the importance of the Hawaii wedding vows. With the conch blowing, Kristen walks with Dad to meet Calvin at the altar. Mom Wallace is already wiping her eyes. Their commitment, the unity sand ceremony is the beginning of life together. The vows and ring exchange are so beautiful and memorable. The gift of Aloha, lei exchange seals the marriage of Calvin and Kristen by the State of Hawaii. A beautiful couple, we extend our congratulation and Mahalo for having us.
Hawaii weddings are loved all year round, we have no seasons, but ’tis the “holiday season” for Hawaii weddings during the Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years. We give thanks on Thanksgiving and decide, “hey, let’s tie the knot”. We thank what we leave behind us and start a new mixing of lives. We enjoyed three beautiful December weddings so far and share the joys with you.
On December 1, 2017 the wedding of Kamaaina couple, Lesli and Doug at Kahala Beach. So much fun with this couple and best friend of Lesli, May (sp). Lesli is from Kansas and had traveled to Korea to be her best friend’s maid of honor seven years ago, and now May is here for her wedding. For Hawaii weddings on the beach, getting a haku head lei is a lovely idea. Beautiful Lesli dressed in blue with haku head lei of white orchids made her look like a princess. A pikake lei for the bride. Doug looked very mod in off white colored outfit, a maile lei for him. A special lei for May, white and green fragrant flowers. Beautiful day, beautiful couple, a Hawaiian ceremony by our Rev. Mike Nelson. Lots of pictures for their memories. The new Doug and Lesli will dine at Kahala Hotel to celebrate with their best friend. Congratulations!
On December 2, 2017, the Hawaii wedding ceremony of Barbra and Stephen Angel was enjoyed along with their love ones. Arriving by limousine, the beautiful Barbra and Stephen of San Diego, California. The delightful and happy bride dressed in a stylish white layered dress, held a sprig of beautiful large pink orchard. The groom looked super in a white suit, just fitting for a business owner. The ceremony was performed at Kahala Beach by Rev. Mike Nelson. Escorted by her son, Barbra was given to Stephen with love. Beautiful pictures of this Hawaii wedding ceremony will be forever cherished by the new Stephen and Barbra (and their grown son and daughter). Congratulations.
Hawaii weddings, full of vibrant colors and custom outfits is rare for us, but we enjoyed one on Dec. 3, 2017 at Kahala Beach. The wedding of Mahesh Lellella and Sai Mokkala wearing colorful Indian sari’s and nehru outfits, attracted beach goers. Gold was predominant jewelries. Their friends also were dressed colorful. Sari’s of bright green, orange, purple, blue were gorgeous on the girls. A very low key Wedding ceremony by Rev. Mike Nelson. The groom serves in the US army (thankyou). Introducing the new Mahesh and Sai Lellella, a kiss on the forehead custom their culture. Congratulations and Mahalo.