Our matured Hawaii wedding couples enjoy our Ohana like ceremonies

Our sweet couple chose February 22, 2018 as their special day for their Hawai wedding ceremony. SueAnne and Errol are at a matured-older age, like us, and enjoyed the Ohana like intimate wedding ceremony. The everloving fine couple from North Carolina were so sweet and relaxed, although SueAnne got emotional during their vows. The no stress, relax and enjoy your wedding, was what made this Hawaii wedding so perfect. SueAnne and Errol chose Errol’s shirt which was white, pink and aqua Hawaiian shirt. Following the color, she chose a beautiful dress with similar color and elegance and a haku type head lei with maroon added to the similar colors. Jewelry necklace was made by love ones in the pinkish, tan glittering color. A beautiful sophisticated couple. Errol decided to take the Waialae Beach location for their Hawaii wedding location, although they had thoughts about Hawaiian sunset. Sunset for that location is quite aways from their.
The Magic Island would be ideal for sunset. We do not recommend a sunset wedding, because for that one sunset wedding picture, all the other hundreds of pictures will not be as good as taken earlier in the day with better light. A over cast day is perfect for photographs before the day looses light. Errol appreciated our advise about Waialae Beach since others advised him that sunset was visible there. They will become husband and wife at two O’Clock Hawaii time. Reverend Michael Nelson mentioned how beautiful the day was with the blue ocean, welcoming the bridal couple to their wedding spot. A Hawaiian wedding ceremony they emotionally but happily enjoyed with tears of joy and brilliant smiles. Two gorgeous purple Double orchid leis highlighted the Hawaii wedding lei presentation. A quiet intimate wedding ceremony for the new Errol an SueAnne. They will honeymoon on the three other islands of Hawaii, especially enjoying the historic sites. Have a happy vacation and Mahalo for sharing with us.

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She said yes, check out Hawaii weddings

The rewards of planning destination Hawaii weddings are bottomless, the happy memories are, forever for the couple as well as for us. We meet so many people from all over the United States and the world. Every one have different stories about them, and most are so very nice in nature. The beauty of out relationship is the trust established even before we meet. Communicating from far away to establish trust may be difficult, but the Aloha style of Hawaii do help. The best idea is to check a company out with the Hawaii Business Bureau for business reputation. A connection in personality with a planner is very important. Hawaii weddings on the beach with a Hawaiian honeymoon is ideal for any couples of all ages. There is so much to see and do just on one island. Having a wedding at home can cost a average of $30,000, but you can enjoy both your wedding and honeymoon for half that price. We met this loveable couple from Chesapeake, Virginia on February 12, 2018 at their chosen Hawaii beach wedding site. Working with them was very pleasant via e-mail and phone. Indeed it was a pleasure to help them plan a memorable Hawaiian wedding experience. On their wedding day, being super excited, they arrived real early at Waialae Beach Park. Odilia and Marlon have been together for nearly thirteen years, he finally asked and she said yes. A love story thirteen years in the making, a wedding in Hawaii with plus one on the way. What a sweet story, many couples like Odilia and Marlon make our hearts swell with joy. She looked beautiful in a white dress, she did her own hair and makeup to perfection. We added to complete her ensemble, a beautiful pink/red french bouquet. He looked fantastic in black suit and tie of red/pink shade. A boutonniere of pink/white rose completes his attire. Reverend Michael Nelson leads the way to our bridal altar at Kahala Beach. The memories of the wedding of Marlon and Odilia this beautiful Hawaiian day. The sound of conch shell, followed by words of welcome and congratulations in Hawaiian by Reverend Mike. Traditional unity sand ceremony to begin mixing of their lives, their vows and commitment to love each other always, blessings and exchange of rings, and the final traditional Hawaiian custom of offering leis to each other. We provide two beautiful white orchid leis for this ceremony. With kisses on each cheek we congratulate the new Marlon and Odilia. We enjoyed being with you on this special day, thank you so much for sharing. Congratulations.

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The beauty of having Hawaii vow renewals

Want to say “I do” again in Hawaii? Summer time soon to come, vacation plans in Hawaii could include Hawaii vow renewals. Plans to enjoy renewing your vows in Hawaii can be fun, getting your children involved and including a family vacation is super fun. Many couple plan their Hawaii vow renewals around their vacation plan with the help of Hawaii wedding planners. Many have their own thoughts of doing a ceremony every five years, ten years and so on. Some have surprise vow renewal ceremony for their spouse. Sometimes they do multiple Hawaii vow renewals with several couples of different generation; several good friends couple combine to say I do together. There are many ways of tweaking this special ceremony, the children can be involved with the unity sand ceremony or gift giving of Aloha. A stress free fun day for the whole family. Our Hawaii vow renewals are usually with small groups usually with their children, a family like happy atmosphere we call Ohana style. Drew and Jannelle from North Dakota were enjoying their Oahu vacation with their children from the week of February 3rd. There was a well kept secret coming up for Drew on February 8, 2018. Jannelle had arranged a surprise Hawaii vow renewal ceremony at Magic Island. He was told about the surprise when they all arrived at the site and was elated. Married in a church ten years ago, this Hawaiian ceremony would be such a wonderful memory on this special day. Diamond Head in the background, Reverend Michael Nelson announced the renewed marriage of Drew and Jannelle. Congratulations and Mahalo. We will see you in another five-ten years?
Blissful marriage for fifteen years, now residing in Oahu, Dennis and Tami renew their wedding vows every five years. This very nice and wonderful couple enjoyed their third vow renewal on February 10, 2018 at Kahala Beach. Their anniversary and Dennis’s birthday is February 12. Their family and love ones were there to support them as always wearing very colorful outfits in orange, purple, blue, green. Wek were so happy for them as Reverend Mike Nelson gave his blessing as the said I do for the third time. Hawaii vow renewals are happy times especially with this very colorful family. Congratulations and many more years to come.

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Hawaii weddings at Waimanalo Bay Beach

Hawaii’s warm weather in February is such a welcome for Hawaii weddings on the beach. For Camille and Aaron, living in Canada (although on the Pacific Ocean side), Hawaii sounded like a plan. They chose the beautiful aura of Waimanalo Bay Beach since their vacation stay were in the surrounding areas for their many family members. Hawaii weddings in this area called Windward Oahu are color of lush greenery with the background of the Koolau Mountain range. The ocean contrast color or blue/green and the islands in the background. Beautiful couple, Camille and Aaron dressed in chicly styled ivory colored outfits, arrived with their beloved families eager to enjoy this very special day. The wedding of Camille and Aaron, on this beautiful Hawaiian day on February 9, 2018. Our Hawaii weddings at this location is usually held on the sandy beach with the gentle (today) waves washing up on the sandy beach. Gathering around our couple as a family style ceremony called Ohana is our style of Hawaii weddings. Bridesmaid and best man took their places near the minister. Reverend Michael Nelson, our charming minister began with the blowing of the conch shell announcing this important ceremony. Here comes the bride, her gorgeous bouquet in hand, escorted by her Dad, down the aisle to the smiling Aaron. Camille’s bouquet was handmade by love ones, which made it very special. The acceptance of commitment into marriage was affirmed followed by a unity sand ceremony to begin the mixing of their lives. A secular wedding service of beauty, vows of love, ring exchange and the traditional gift of Aloha offering.every Beautiful orchid leis with kisses on each cheek. The announcement everyone was waiting for. The new Aaron and Camille! Cheers, celebration at a Cafe to follow. Congratulations to a wonderful couple. Enjoy your many memorable pictures.

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Simple Hawaii weddings with everlasting memories

Young couples, dreamers of whether it be Hawaii weddings or Hawaii vow renewals, looking for simplicity of a Hawaii wedding ceremony can find Hawaii wedding planners offering their service with Aloha. Simply affordable to you, with Hawaii weddings just made for you can be realized which begins your life together. We offer several Hawaii wedding packages, choose and add to it to get the best of your desires. When it comes to our package simply Magic, it includes the minister with a ceremony, Magic Island beach location, shell leis for the traditional Hawaiian leis exchange, twenty pictures and we will file your license for you. Many couples begin with a cost of $250, adding extra pictures for $50.00. Some add a simple bouquet for $60.00, add flower leis for $10.00 per lei, in fact an addition of a professional harpist or singer/ukulele player for $175 and $150 respectively. But no matter how much they spend, they all walk off happily as newly weds to begin their lifetime together. Hawaii vow renewals also have the same effect, continuing their life with memories of a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony. We share with you one recent dream come true story among many Hawaii weddings that touched our hearts. On January 18, 2018 at Magic island, Geraldi Brito and Juan Cisneros enjoyed a simple magical Hawaiian wedding ceremony officiated by Reverend Michael Nelson at three O’Clock in the afternoon. He is stationed in Oahu serving our country. Geraldi, gorgeous in white slim fit gown and she added a french bouquet to her ensemble for $60.00. They have known each other for 9 years and met in California. They have a cute son, a delightful young fellow. The memory of their Hawaii wedding will be shared with their families away from home as they begin their new life as Juan and Geraldi Cisneros of Kaneohe, Hawaii.

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