Seeing double with double Hawaii weddings for twin brides

The Hawaii weddings for twin sisters brought them even closer with their husbands to be. They all work for the same company and now becomes officially in the same family. Galadriel & Dylan and Guinnevere & Tommy, what beautiful identical twin brides with beautiful names, chose  a ceremony on the beach for their Hawaii weddings venue. February 20, 2019 at Kahala Beach, provided a lovely calm scene and atmosphere with the water so clear and calm at low tide. Beautiful weather with sunshine and soft tradewind helped make their wedding day even more pleasant. The twins looked stylish in identical attire from head to toe, shiny tiara, white stylish long dress, to sparkling white slippers. The guys handsome in identical outfit of tan colored trousers, white shirt with tan vest, and brown shoes. Add the sunglasses and wow, what a handsome portrait of the newlyweds. They arrived by limousine, so very happy and ready to get married.  These are wonderful couples from Arizona and found the weather just perfect here, by standard we call it quite cold, but to them it was perfect. Perhaps a hike up to the top of historic Diamond Head is in store soon. First of all, to get married by he Reverend Michael Nelson on the grassy knoll with the sandy beach gently looking on just below them.  The tradewind was gentle and kind today, blowing softly so no bad hair problem. The background at Waialae-Kahala Beach, with the ocean and little island with coconut tree, further back with the Koko head mountain was a perfect set up for the wedding of Galadriel & Dylan, and Guinnevere & Tommy. A welcome sound of the conch blown by the Reverend started the new life of unity in marriage. To begin the combining of life today, tomorrow, the future was the enjoyment of the Hawaiian sand ceremony. Beautiful vows and exchange of the ring was the high light of the ceremony. Ending with a traditional lei exchange, the gift of love  We present to you the newly weds  Loving friends became a loving family. Congratulations and enjoy celebration at Roy’s.   Mahalo for sharing your day with us. We had a great time with you. Aloha!

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Hawaii vow renewal celebration of anniversary

A Hawaii vow renewal is a wonderful way to say your vows of marriage once again, reminiscing your times of your original wedding ceremony. Susie and Robert were married ten years ago, happy and cherished married bliss produced their beautiful, now eight year old daughter.  A Hawaii vow renewal celebration were planned so their loved ones could enjoy the celebration with them. Helping this joyful couple plan this memorable day was indeed a wonderful time. We had a fourteen passenger limousine and the mini bus to transport them and loved ones to their beautiful site in Waimanalo Bay beach. Happy Valentines Day,  February 14, 2019 Waimanalo Bay Beach was unusually deserted at two O’Clock in balmy  Hawaii, still beautiful. Others came to marry after Susie and Robert enjoyed their special time. A good Omen. Colorful Hawaiian attire, bright reds and oranges by all brightened  the colorful day.  Haku head leis for Susie and daughter, how beautiful princesses for the day. Red roses for the bouquet, white and red orchids for the lei exchange.  The red Aloha wear worn by everyone was a real delight in celebration for a real Hawaiian Valentines Day.  The ukulele singer and hula dancer attired in blue Aloha wear, greeted them as the gang arrived. Singing the songs of love and Hawaii. The photographic crew captured all the memories in making beginning with meeting their officiant, Reverend Troy.  Ceremony of Hawaii vow renewal for Susie and Robert begins with the love song and dance of Hawaii. The Hawaii wedding song brings daughter, followed by Susie and Robert down the aisle. A beautiful Hawaii vow renewal ceremony with daughter involved in the sand ceremony, ring and lei presentations.  The vows by Reverend Troy was memorable and their own words of vow was the highlight of the event.  As they were presented to the loved ones, again as Robert and Susie Arocha, a joyful roar of applause and the sound of beautiful white waves dashing on the sand. A Valentine love song and hula dance concluded the ceremony. Congratulations and time to celebrate and enjoy the vacation.  Aloha and Mahalo to a wonderful couple/family and loved ones.

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A Hawaii wedding story of Robynne and Isaac, Rainbow magic

A dream come true, Hawaii wedding ceremony for Robynne and Isaac of Edinburg, Texas. Such a wonderful well organized young couple. This is their exciting adventure on January 31, 2019. They boarded American Airlines from Texas, the morning of their wedding, arriving in Honolulu on time around 2:00 in the afternoon. They got their Hawaii wedding honeymoon car, then went straight to the City’s marriage license office to get their official papers. They drove directly to their Hawaii wedding location at Magic Island for the ceremony scheduled for 4:00 in the afternoon. Everything on schedule, they arrived with lots of time to meet us and Reverend Michael Nelson. They never felt stressed, arrived without getting lost, followed our direction to the T. What a wonderful couple. Sometimes you meet couples you fall in love with right away. This is one super beautiful couple, Robynne and Isaac. We love you. What a day, January 31, 2019 part of a rainy, colder week for Hawaii, which has been showcasing rainbows all over islands. The slight drizzle with the rainbow across the Manoa side, a beautiful scene. The down side of this park  at this time, is the City is in the process of renovation so there are parts of the huge park blocked off. However, we still secured a beautiful green grassy spot. The back drop of our Pacific Ocean with calm waters, Diamond Head at this time with green slopes and brown top, then the half a dozen die hard surfers in the water near Magic Island wishing for larger waves. No rain drops as Reverend blew his conch to welcome the bride and groom to their special ceremony. The sky opened up, sunshine brought warm air to the chilly atmosphere. It seemed really magical that it happened just at the right time for the next ten minutes. Robynne and Isaac both dressed in pinkish colored outfit enjoyed a simple but ever heartfelt wedding ceremony. The “I do”, followed by their gift of love and thank you vows to each other, with the purple flower leis offering. Pronounced as Mr. and Mrs Isaac and Robynne. Brilliant happy smiles wiped the tears away. Congratulations to a sweet couple. They have now gone to check in at their Airbnb stay in Waikiki. We send you with much Mahalo and will always remember you. Aloha.

 

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