Beautiful Hawaii weddings and Hawaii winter down pour

For Hawaii weddings on the beach, rain storm may be a diversion. Usually rain in Hawaii comes and goes lasting only a few minutes. The only time Hawaii weddings on the beach has a need to be postponed is there is a storm or a hurricane. In the winter months like at the en,d of December, sometimes downpours arrive from the mountains that may last 10 minutes or so, but it is just a matter of waiting it out. Now, here is a story about a Hawaii wedding rescued from rain. This is what happened to Lisa McCombs and Richard Waldman o December 28, 2018. Wanting to get married before the end of the year, they chose with a that started out to be a nice Hawaiian morning. Staying at a hotel near the wedding location, Magic Island, the plan was to have a nice stroll to the Magic Island Park. As they did so, it started to sprinkle, they changed plans to catching a taxi. As they arrived it poured cats and dogs. We supplied them with large umbrellas to wait it out. Reverend Michael Nelson arrived to greet them but we still had to wait around ten minutes for the rain to subside (which is unusual). A beautiful white Haku head lei was fitted on Lisa’s crown. White haku leis are traditionally white for Hawaii weddings. The colorful ones are more for celebrations. What a beginning for their special day of celebration. But the sun came to greet them, the grass was wet but no problem without mud. What luck brought on them. The have been together for nearly fifteen years and finally will be formally introduced as the new Richard and Lisa Waldman. Happily holding hands, looking into each other’s eyes, they promised to continue to love and cherish each other forever. Such a nice, beautiful couple. We were so happy to see their dream come true. Gone was the rain a blessing of good omen, the Hawaiian sunshine greets the newly weds. Mahalo for having us.

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Intimate “just the two of us” Hawaii weddings

Our Hawaii weddings started the new year with beautiful Hawaiian wedding ceremonies for three loving couples who are serving our country, stationed and based on Oahu. These couples are both serving in different divisions, Navy, Marine and Airforce. Being far away from home they look for small weddings “just the two of Us” most likely with their toes in the sand. We offer a military discount if they mention their current status. We are thankful for them referring their friends to us for our help. For them affordability is important. We welcome to our Hawaii weddings “Ohana” (family) Ashley Reynolds and Daegan Asebedo originally from Kansas. Their special day January 13, 2018 at Kahala Beach, the lovely Ashley dressed in a chic lacy dress, Daegen in brown outfit. Super happy, even though the day started with a missile alert error by Hawaii. Reverend Mike Nelson with a memorable ceremony of Hawaiian conch shell blowing and ending with a orchid lei exchange. Intimate marriage vows were shared. Daegan will finish off in North Carolina (Marine) and join Ashley in base Hawaii within 6 months.
Welcoming Gerali Brito and Juan Cisneros. Together for nine years decided on January 18, 2018 as their special day along with their son Tre. Magic Island simple wedding by Reverend Mike Nelson. The beautiful Geraldi cried as they gave their vows. Their son, Tre was enjoying the windy but beautiful warm Hawaiian sunshine as he watched his parents say “I Do”.
Last but not least the gorgeous Vanessa Tyszkowski and Mathew Boat, Airforce and Navy. Sweet couple chose January 20, 2018 as their very special ceremony of Hawaii weddings on the sands of Waialae Beach. A lacey white chic dress for Ashley and stylish tan outfit for Mathew. They looked great. Happily holding hands looking forward to becoming the new Mathew and Ashley Boat. A wedding ceremony they will always remember with Rev. Mike’s beautiful intimate ceremony. A Hawaiian ceremony with the conch shell, sand ceremony, and lei exchange. Forever promise to love you forever with beautiful shiny wedding rings. What a beautiful couple.

Congratulations and Mahalo to the new Daegan Asebedo, Juan and Geraldi Cisneros and Mathew and Vanessa Boat. Hawaii weddings by A Wedding in Hawaii.

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Hawaii gay weddings

Hawaii weddings for all couples are available by most Hawaii wedding planners. Since becoming legal in 2013, Hawaii has become a favorite place for gay couples to get married and honeymoon. Having a lot of wedding planners who do plan gay weddings, it is more difficult to find a minister who perform gay Hawaii weddings. For us, most of our couples are straight couples, when we do get gay bookings we can tell by their first names. Sometimes, there is no indication from the booking that they are looking for a gay wedding ceremony. When booking, we advise them to indicate as such. Fortunately, the wedding of Sandra and Mikesa was a great success and they were happy as a lark with our last minute minister. Our regular minister arrived, but had to recuse himself, he did that in a very professional manner. In the mean time, another Hawaii wedding planner who we are acquainted with was there for her wedding. She agreed to wed Sharon and Mikesa, but had to wait for her wedding to wrap up. What a lucky break, and our couple was happy to wait. Sandra and Mikesa had chosen December 31. 2017 as their Hawaii wedding day. At Waialae-Kahala Beach on the last day of the year, we expected it to be crowded with sun bathers, but it was a beautiful serene New Years eve. They arrived by limousine, and improvised the time by doing the photography first while we waited for Reverend Leah. Sharon looked dapper in her fine suit, Mikesa was gorgeous in her form fitting creme colored lace dress. Reverend Leah has a personality that melts, beautiful smiling comforting person. Working very lovingly with Sharon and Mikesa, she made them immediately comfortable and relaxed. A intimate Hawaii gay wedding ceremony with their vows to each other, preceded by a unity sand ceremony. Rings so brilliant and sparkling with so much meaning. Pronounced the new Sharon and Mikesa, married in the state of Hawaii. Congratulations and Mahalo.

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Documenting memories of Hawaii weddings, everlasting love

Documenting memories of Hawaii weddings with a combination of still photographs and video are the most important lifetime assets of the most important day of your life. After the wedding, what reminds everyone of that special day are the rings and the precious photos and video preserving the story of your Hawaii wedding. Some times our couples are already married at home and during their honeymoon in Oahu, dreams of Hawaii weddings on the beach are fulfilled. No marriage license are needed, dreams come true leaving the planning up to a Hawaii wedding planner. For Amy Rhodes and jay Manickam they chose December 30, 2017 as their Hawaii wedding day, a Hawaiian ceremony at Magic Island. Enjoying a stress free wedding day. To share their special day in Hawaii with love ones at home, they chose a Hawaii wedding package which included limousine service, a french bouquet, lots of photographs and video, leis and sand ceremony. Enhancing the wedding package, they added a singer/guitar player and a haku head lei. Hawaiian haku head leis are made of flowers and greens for the crowning of the bride. White flowers are traditionally for Hawaii weddings. Colorful haku leis are more for celebrations of other types. A beautiful day at Magic Island Honolulu, with green Diamond Head looming in the background, with beautiful Waikiki and the sparkling Pacific ocean. Here comes the limousine with the beautiful Amy and her handsome Jay dressed so finely in wedding outfits of off white colors. Meeting them was the Reverend Mike Nelson who helped Jay tie the Haku on to Amy’s crown. Singer/guitar to serenade, the photo/video crew documents every move. The bride with a colorful purple french bouquet looked so serene standing next to her groom. The conch shell sounded, the Hawaiian wedding song begins with the couple walking into the sacred altar. The commitment of marriage, the unity sand ceremony begins followed by the Vowms of marriage and rings. The gift of Aloha, the exchange of flower leis and thoughts of love; A love song by the guitar/singer. Reverend Mike pronounces the new Jay and Amy as husband and wife on this beautiful Hawaii wedding day, December 30, 2017. After all the photo shoots, a limousine ride around Honolulu sipping champagne. Congratulatios and Mahalo for having us.

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Engagement season leads to holiday Hawaii beach weddings

It is the season for couples getting engaged, a perfect time for holiday proposal and planning of Hawaii beach weddings. Sometimes when couples who are together for a long length of time, enjoy life so much that marriage gets delayed. This is what happened to Lisa McCombs and Richard Waldman. Together for nearly fifteen wonderful years, this fun loving couple decided on warm weather Hawaii beach weddings during the winter holiday months. Holiday joy and the ever feeling of deep love for each other, sparked the proposal of Richard to Lisa as lifemate. Hawaii beach weddings are perfect settings for small intimate wedding ceremonies which are affordable to all with various Hawaii wedding packages to choose from. Like most couples, whether planning on Hawaii weddings or Hawaii vow renewals, the idea is to combine ceremony and honeymoon. This idea is cost effective in many ways then getting married at home. Inviting close love ones to be with you to Hawaii is very popular, however “just the two” of you are so very romantic and intimate. Lisa and Richard chose to have a private romantic wedding just by them selves. They chose to stay at the Ala Moana hotel in central Honolulu, close to shopping centers, Waikiki and best of all near Magic Island where their Hawaiian wedding ceremony will be. Thursday, December 28, 2017, started out as a beautiful sunny day, however as the day progressed dark clouds hovered at Magic Island. Showers or downpours usually only lasts about five to ten minutes near the beach area. As our couple arrived by taxi, yes, a huge down pour. Rescued by umbrellas we made sure they stayed dry with a few moisture. Showers are considered a good luck omen before the wedding ceremony. Rain gradually diminished and Reverend Michael Nelson was there to help Richard with the crowning of beautiful Lisa with a white haku head lei. White haku is a traditional color for weddings. with the sun peaking over Honolulu’s skies Lisa and Richard, holding hands vowed to love each other forever. Finally married, sealed with a Hawaiian lei exchange and kisses. What a love wedding story to relate to their love ones. Congratulations to Richard and Lisa Waldman. Honeymoon luau cerebration in store for them. Aloha and Mahalo.

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