Our pride and joy of Hawaii weddings

Hawaii weddings in the plans for Rebecca and Anatoly. The apple of her father’s heart, Rebecca got engaged to Anatoly with the joyous welcome and approval of her parents. Mom and Dad resides in Ohio, and Anatoly’s parents lives in Israel, language barrier existed but their hearts were together. First of all the excitement of Hawaii weddings including the vacation together as family. The wedding ceremony at Magic Island, Ala Moana Beach Park, with the perfect panoramic setting of Hawaii (Diamond Head, the beautiful blue/green waters, Waikiki in the distance and of course all the hotels on the shores of Waikiki. For a once in a lifetime venue, a Hawaii wedding package full of wedding goodies were chosen. White luxury limousine picked everyone up at the Modern Hotel, greeted by our singing ukulele professional. Beautiful Rebecca, sweet and gentle looked like a Hawaiian Princess with a Hawaiian haku head lei. Anatoly, handsome in dark blue fashionable outfit looked lovingly at his bride to be. Romantic stroll hand in hand through the park, stopping for a photo shot with the shower tree in the background. Photo and video crew were busy at work documenting a wedding show for their reception at home.  The sound of the conch, the singing of the Hawaiian wedding song, Dad proudly walking his daughter toward Reverend Michael Nelson an.d Anatoly. Today he gives Rebecca to become Anatoly’s wife. Highlighting this Hawaii wedding was the honoring of their parents with a presentation of double orchid leis. For  Anatoly and Rebecca, what they are and have become today is the result of their parent’s love and support. The wedding ceremony of Rebecca and Anatoly begins with their marriage commitment to the vows they are about to take. The Hawaiian unity sand ceremony followed by the marriage vows to each other, the admiring of and blessing of the ring before exchanging. Finally the exchange of verbal love and thank you, just for their ears and exchange of orchid leis with kisses on each kiss. A love song for the new Anatoly and Rebecca dedicated by our singer-ukulele player. Congratulations and Mahalo. This couple are avid chess players and common interest and love blossomed while attending  college in Texas. Geographical mixture of Ohio, Russia, Israel, Texas and currently Chicago, Illinois.

 

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Hawaii weddings with Asian & American flair

We see romantic beautiful Hawaii weddings with Oriental and American flairs. We hear the sophisticated, classy sound of a harp playing the Hawaii wedding song. Around summer time of this year, Christian and Yewon began thinking about  plans of looking at planners of Hawaii weddings.  Christian had a full hand in the planning of this  once in a lifetime event with us and deserves a great deal of credit. We have so many grooms who get involved with Hawaii weddings, planning and making sure the day is of perfection for the bride. In these cases, it seems the groom is more nervous then the bride at the wedding. When the ceremony is over, there is a feeling of happiness and relief.  Inviting Moms and Dads coming to Hawaii from afar dressed in the their traditional attires creates a feeling of home and love. Arriving on a white limousine, everyone was greeted with Aloha by Reverend Michael Nelson and the photo/video crew of our Hawaii weddings. The handsome Christian helped his beautiful bride out of the limousine and thus begins their video love story of their Hawaii wedding ceremony. September 4, 2018, a beautiful noon day at Waialae Beach Park. Strolling near the beach front of Kahala Beach to a beautiful, serene spot with grass and coconut tree swaying. The beach water was clear and the ocean so blue/aqua in color. Beautiful harp music in the air by Sharene.  Christian had the idea of a translator of Korean language for the wedding ceremony. She did a superb job for Yewon’s parents to understand the contents of the ceremony.  A beautiful all white french bouquet high lighted Yewon’s gorgeous bridal gown.  The sound of the conch, the beautiful sound of the Hawaiian wedding song played on the harp. Here comes the bride escorted by her Dad, a kiss for daughter and hug for Christian. All Hawaii weddings, this one of mixed heritage begins with the blending of their heritage and life, yesterday, today and tomorrow. Blessings, beautiful ring exchanges, the happiness of giving and acceptance of their vows. White orchid leis were exchanged as gifts of Aloha. Introducing the new Christian and Yewon DeTrude. The two Moms were witnesses. Yewon’s Mom in a  beautiful pink Korean dress wept through out the ceremony. Christian’s Mom wore a beautiful blue dress and held her hand together like in prayer during the ceremony. Congratulations and Mahalo to the newlyweds.

 

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Rainbows over Hawaii weddings

Filled with love and compassion, our same se Hawaii weddings are gaining momentum  bringing magical and romantic ceremonies mixed to create one rainbow enchantment. Two become one. Before the legalizing of same sex marriage we enjoyed providing Rainbow Hawaii weddings as a civil wedding ceremonies. Today, our Hawaii weddings of the same sex are, completement as the same ceremony style for all.  With elegance and style, Akiiki ad William from Alabama enjoyed a relaxing Hawaii weddings of love and Aloha on August 18, 2018. The venue was held on the sand dunes of Waialae Beach on a beautiful sunny tradewind day with the panoramic view of the blue ocean with the view of Koko head, East Honolulu. Arriving in style on a white limousine together with their four best friends, serenaded by ukulele Hawaiian music. Yes, they were greeted by the Reverend Kermit, and our photographic/video crew catching every moment of Akiiki and Williams special day. Gifts of Aloha, black kukui nut leis were given to their friends. The happy couple  stylishly dressed in light blue suits, looking so happy and excited.  Our Hawaii weddings always begin with the blowing of the conch by the minister. Announcement of something very important was about to happen. The wedding of Akiiki and William. The happy couple participated in the sand ceremony to mix their lives into one. Beautiful blessing and giving of the rings. Giving each other their promise of marriage vows, so loving and sweet. The gift of Aloha, beautiful thick white double orchid leis sealed their union. Two became one. The new William and Akiiki. Congratulations and Mahalo to our new Hawaii wedding Ohana. (“Thank  you for the amazing experience” from Akiiki and William.)

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