A beautiful island wedding, a wedding in Hawaii

Our Hawaii wedding ceremonies are enjoyed by both locals and people from afar This mixture happened for Joanne and Jaren. They are actually both from Hawaii, however Jaren is in the U.S. army and serving in North Carolina. Joanne will eventually to join him in North Carolina or wherever he gets stationed. Families and friends living in Hawaii on the west side of Oahu were there to support them on this very special day. She came dressed in a creme colored dress and looked very radiant. A princess she was with a beautiful haku head lei.She held a beautiful bouquet of white daisies of different sizes. Jaren was handsome in his Army dress uniform of dark navy blue. Their love ones were also color dressed to their theme. The ladies wore pink with purplish tint, the guys were in navy blue like Jaden’s uniform. Jaden came home for his Hawaii wedding ceremony to his beloved Joanne. They chose June 7, 2018 as their special day and felt Waimanalo Bay Beach was a perfect location for their ceremony. Waimanalo Bay beach is a very special beach for destination weddings. It is on the windward side of Oahu around half hour ride from Waikiki, there was two ways to get to this wedding in Hawaii beach. Over the mountain called Pali or along the beautiful eastern coastline and because of the distance it always incurs travel fees which is not that expensive. But this Hawaii wedding location has three miles of sandy white beach, a panoramic view with turquoise waters, white waves, little islands. Wow! Then there is the ironwood trees in the back called Sherwood forest. A perfect place to begin their marriage as husband and wife with beautiful memories of their wedding ceremony. Reverend Michael Nelson spoke to the couple to get acquainted and also asked if they had some special things they wanted for the ceremony.

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Hawaii wedding for our gay couple, so beautiful with their loved ones

Wonderful couple Cynthia and Abreya chose the island of Oahu for their beautiful Hawaii wedding. Celebrating with their supportive loved ones at a beautiful Hawaii beach location was a dream come true. Choosing Waimanalo Bay Beach with the turquoise ocean and the miles of shoreline with white sandy beach was a wise choice. They chose June 8, 2018 as their Hawaii wedding day. Being that it was a Friday, they has the beach pretty without people. We do not recommend any beach wedding on the weekends at this location. Cynthia and Abreya are very family oriented and will be accompanied by close family. Especially looking forward to becoming a family with Cynthia’s daughter. The three will go forward with love and joy. Choosing a Hawaii wedding package with a limousine was a excellent idea, which took care of transportation for them and their guests. Here comes the limousine, out comes Mom, Dad, sister, daughter, guy friends and our couple. Generous with their gifts of flower leis and boutonnieres everyone received something. A beautiful white double lei for beloved daughter, boutonnieres for the guys, orchid leis for Mom and sister. Black shiny kukui nut lei for Abreya and for the bride, a gorgeous cascade bouquet of large, shocking pink roses with red baby roses and orchid sprays. She was very pretty and elegant with veil of lacy train. Abbreya looked cool in his outfit with suspenders and color of white, black and gray. Abbreya stood by and Reverend Kermit was there to present his special Hawaii wedding ceremony by the sea. Sounding of the conch, then Dad and Cynthia strolls up the sand to meet her husband to be. Dad gives Cynthia a kiss on the cheek and presents her to Abbreya. Happiness is every where, loved ones filled with joy in their heart. A beautiful ceremony, leis were exchanged as a gift of Aloha. A certificate of marriage was signed along with a decorative one beautifully created by Reverend Kermit. Congratulations and thank you for sharing your special day with us. Wonderful Mom and Dad and family was so nice to be with. Aloha.

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Sweet Hawaii wedding at Waialae Kahala Beach

Don’t stress out in finding parking, a Hawaii wedding at Waialae Kahala Beach with limousine service is the answer. Yes, sometimes parking maybe a stressful situation for any Hawaii wedding at the beach. We recommend choosing a package with limousine service or just add the limousine to a package. It might cost you a little more but one stress in gone. Once arriving at your Hawaii wedding location, we take over completely, driver will open the limo door for you and our crew greets you with Aloha. It is your day, you will be happily greeted by our ever charming minister and our photo crew, as well as your wedding planner. Our Hawaii wedding tend to be with smaller family size groups or just the two of you, to provide you special time, friendly and fun we call “Ohana”. On June 6, 2018 we honor and welcome Jin An and Daniel, all the way from Australia. It all started as a friendship on line. It is their Hawaii wedding day at Waialae Kahala Beach. The limousine arrives with the beautiful and joyful Jin An and her handsome husband to be Daniel. Three others in the party are here to support them, Daniel’s Mom and Dad, and brother. What a joyous meeting with our crew, spreading Aloha. Flowers galore, presentation by our couple. Mom received a white orchid lei, Dad and brother purple ones. Two beautiful white double orchid leis will be used for the traditional lei exchange. A gorgeous cascade bouquet for Jin An. Beautiful full bloom shocking pink roses with white baby roses and orchid sprays. We begin our journey to a beautiful Hawaii wedding ceremony. As the bride and groom held hands strolling on the beach, romantic photo shots were being produced. The wedding spot is a green grassy area with the gentle waves near by. With the conch shell blow there are jokes whether the groom will be blowing it. For us, we have a lot of fun within the wedding ceremony like we are family. Jin and Daniel enjoyed a beautiful Hawaiian ceremony ending with the presentation of double orchid white leis to each other as a “gift of Aloha”. So many beautiful photographs as to preserve their memory of this special day. A joyous ride on the limousine back to their hotel and some champagne too. Another happy couple, Jin and Daniel. Congratulations and Mahalo.

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Our daughters were present for our beautiful Hawaii wedding ceremony

We enjoyed a romantic and beautiful Hawaii wedding for Olga and Kirk of Tucson, Arizona on June 1, 2018. Olga has two beautiful grown daughters and it meant the world to have their blessing and presence at the Hawaii wedding ceremony to Kirk. Of course they were there, smiling happily. Kirk and Olga are a tall and beautiful, handsome couple, so much love between them, it can be contagious watching them. She was dressed in a white slim fitting gown and he was stylish in cream colored outfit. Their daughters Rachel and Anna were beautiful in their tropical long dresses. Olga and Kirk had written their own vows to each other, and those are usually read during the lei exchange ceremony. Reverend Mike has his own vows during the ceremony. These words of marriage vows were preserved on a beautiful hand made card as a wedding memento. Rachel and Anna were involved in the ceremony helping with the rings and the cards with the vows. Kirk was jokingly offered to blow the conch shell. Reverend Mike blew his conch twice to announce the important event about to happen. The sand in the two glass vials represents the lives of Olga and Kirk individually from the past and present. By combining the sands lives will be blended into the future of their lives going forward. This Hawaiian sand ceremony is as memorable as the marriage vows you have written and avow out loud. As Rachel and Anna stood supporting their parent’s marriage, the brisk tradewind passed over the toes in the sand. The new Kirk and Olga will celebrate as a new family by going on a fine dining dinner cruise past Diamond head. Fireworks will be enjoyed watching from the sea. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us on your very special day.

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Honeymoon and a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony

They did not have a church or a large wedding sixteen years ago, so a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony sounded like a great idea. For Vicki and Joseph, there was another reason to celebrate in Hawaii. May 30 was Joseph’s birthday, sixty years young. This beautiful and simply nice couple from South Carolina have enjoyed Hawaii before since Joseph have served our country in the military. Getting married by the justice of the peace was so different from the Hawaii vow renewal they were about to enjoy. But memories of their original wedding will blend in with their re-avowing toward a beautiful family history. Joseph was so sweet, they went to the Marine Corp exchange and chose a authentic Hawaiian black pearl necklace, matching earrings and of course the beautiful matching rings for the ceremony. They were dressed casually, but chic and looked awesome. The beautiful Waialae Beach on June 1, 2018 was their special day. They had enjoyed a nice lunch at the Kahala hotel next door before the ceremony so they had a nice relaxing time. Toes in the sand is what they chose. In the afternoon, it can be very hot and also breezy but this sandy area has a beautiful panoramic ocean view with the beaches, waves, mountains, palm trees, everything Hawaiian. This is the background if you choose this part of the park. A white bridge separates this part from the sand dunes so we always start the ceremony with couples walking over the bridge. This creates a beautiful picture.

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Beautiful, Romantic Oahu beach weddings

Oahu beach weddings are very popular with couples from the West Coast. Air fares are affordable just over the Pacific Ocean and couples tend to bring their parents or loved ones to support them on their special day. Their parents usually return home before them, but the love birds spend their honeymoon basking in the Hawaiian sun. Love between this couple is so great, their eyes were glued to each other. Jessica and Bailey fell in love and life was full of happiness, everything is rosy when love is there. Getting engaged was exciting, planning to get married in Hawaii was even more exciting. Jessica and Bailey are very close to Bailey’s Mom and Dad. They all decided to come to Hawaii spreading the joy of Oahu beach weddings. Jessica chose our Hawaii wedding location at the beautiful Waimanalo Bay Beach with the ironwood tree in Sherwood forest. The woods with tiny pinecones reminded her home state of Florida. It was a beautiful sunny day on May 31, 2018, the last day of May 2018. Oahu beach weddings are the only wedding planning we offer, no other islands. Jessica and Bailey were comfortably dressed casuals and enjoying the experience of the aura in Hawaii. They love this beach so much that they will return to have a picnic some other day. Reverend Mike Nelson started the ceremony with the giving of leis to the parents. A dark brown kukui nut lei for Dad, and a beautiful purple orchid lei for Mom. A Hawaiian wedding ceremony, the memories will be a forever ever after for the new Bailey and Jessica. Congratulations, enjoy your luau celebration. Aloha.

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Love is a happy life, Hawaii vow renewals brightens life

When you find love it creates happiness in life. Enjoying Hawaii vow renewals are something you will forever remember and cherish. Memories of your original wedding, bring so much joy and pleasure as you stand holding hands and repeat your new vows. There are couples who choose to have their children support them at the ceremony and the feeling of love is overwhelming. Or, some couples choose to enjoy Hawaii vow renewals with a romantic “just the two of us” ceremony. Renee and Rick enjoyed a blissful marriage for nineteen years. For Renee’s fiftieth birthday, Rick surprised her with a Hawaii trip as a gift of love and appreciation. Planning began with excitement for Renee booking all the details for the trip to the island of Oahu. She also planned a surprise for her husband of nineteen years, who do not like surprises. She contacted us inquiring about vow renewal ceremonies on Oahu. She wanted a very small romantic ceremony on the beach as a surprise anniversary gift. We recommended using the affordable Magic Island package with a happy history of Hawaii vow renewals. She chose May 30, 2018 for the special day. Wanting a Hawaiian look for the ceremony she wanted a colorful haku head lei made of brilliant colored flower for herself. And for Rick a fragrant green maile leaf lei. Beautiful day arrived, Magic Island (the people’s park) was beautiful with blue ocean and Diamond Head in the background. And of cours, Rick was surprised but took it in stride with smiles. Rene looked gorgeous, her beautiful purple hair was a perfect match or her haku of brilliant colors (purple, yellow, green, pink). Happily Princess and Prince Renee and Rick renewed their vows with Reverend Mike happily pronouncing them the renewed Rick and Renee. Joyful romantic Hawaii vow renewals, surprise and all. Mahalo and congratulations.

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Sweet Memories of their Hawaii vow renewal ceremony

A blissful marriage and a loving family for twenty five years. Let’s celebrate with a Hawaii vow renewal for our Silver anniversary and take the extended family and loved ones to enjoy a vacation in Paradise. That was the plan for Chris and Marisa. Living in Elk Grove, California, Marisa have been to Hawaii before, but this was the first time for Chris. Preparation was exciting for him, securing a Hawaii wedding planner was the first thing on the list. The search internet with Vow renewal in Hawaii or Hawaii vow renewals led them to lucky us. Choosing a date for the special day was a little tricky with so many loved ones joining them for the important occasion. Chris and Marisa chose May 30, 2018, a Wednesday, and it turned out to be a gorgeous Hawaiian day at Sherwood Forest at Waimanalo Bay Beach. Just a few people scattered in the mile long sandy beach, perfect Hawaii wedding or Hawaii vow renewal day. Congratulations to Chris and Marisa for successfully bringing their loved ones together to their Hawaii vow renewal location, so well organized. Marisa looked gorgeous in silver and gray dress, stylish with a train sewn by her talented Mom. Chris, so happy and handsome in Khaki and white shirt identical to their two sons. Everyone wore some kind of lei, T-leaf, ribbon leis of black, white, green or dark blue. Their two beautiful daughters wore dark blue fashionable long dresses. The reverend Michael Nelson had their four children involved in the sand ceremony. A beautiful twenty fifth wedding anniversary celebrated in Hawaii, the wedding vow renewal for Chris and Marisa finally realized. “Today I feel young again. You make me whole”. This was part of Chris’s loving words to his beloved Marisa. A ceremony with their children present was priceless. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us.

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Affordable Hawaii wedding packages

Planning weddings in Hawaii are never easy for couples living afar. Choosing affordable Hawaii wedding packages, wedding beach locations, these Hawaii wedding planners are experts at their profession. Not to mention, living here for decades they can help you with many other helpful pointers. Sometimes, couples enjoy life together for many years without getting married. Trust and experience is the key to choosing a planner (check with the Hawaii Business bureau). Researching for a wedding planner. Esther and Roberto found us on the Hawaii wedding internet and we established a great relationship with Esther. Planning a Hawaii trip for their family was so exciting and they were happy to find us to help them plan their Hawaii wedding ceremony. They have been together for eighteen years, a blessed life. Along the way their beautiful daughter and son were born to become a joyful family. Esther and Roberto chose May 29, 2018 as their wedding date. Choosing from several Hawaii wedding packages, the Paradise package was ideal for them. After waiting this long, they wanted a video of the Hawaii wedding to preserve their memories of this very special day. Their family and loved ones, all eight of them arrived on our White limousine greeted with Aloha by Reverend Mike Nelson, and our video/photo crew. Beautiful couple with sparkling eyes, romantic wedding surroundings, surfs up at high tide. Our Hawaii wedding packages always provide the blowing of the conch in three directions just before the ceremony. Also includes the sand ceremony harmonizing the family. First daughter gives a reading, the vows are exchanged, and first son brings the rings to be blessed. Finally, a traditional floral lei exchange which is the gift of Aloha. Blessing the union with a “I will” by their loved ones and children we present the new Esther and Roberto. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us.”

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Enjoy Hawaii vow renewals on Oahu to reaffirm your vows

Our anniversary is coming up, a vacation in Hawaii sounds good. Hawaii vow renewals sound great to celebrate. Yes, it was a no brainer deciding on a trip to the island of Oahu. Hawaii vow renewals celebrating wedding anniversaries, they heard how popular this custom is in Hawaii. The memories of the original weddings and the memories of Hawaii vow renewals co- mingle to create a beautiful album of memories for the couples and loved ones to share. Our lovely couple Jarrod and Tara decided to have us set up a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony on the beach of Oahu. Staying at the famous historic vintage Moana Hotel in Waikiki and will celebrate in the evening next door with a luau at the ever famous pink Royal Hawaiian Hotel. Tenth anniversary, they deserve to treated as princess and prince. On May 21, 2018, a beautiful day at Waialae Kahala Beach, nearly ten years since their wedding day, they stood happily holding hands like a new bridal couple. His wishes were to elope on May 31, 2018, but she wanted a church wedding. Of course the beautiful bride prevailed. He waited ten years to get his wish to elope. Their two sons, a loving family, life was great. Today, Tara and Jarrod arrived on a luxury limousine looking so happy, she must have looked exactly that ten years ago dressed in creme colored long dress, not Jarrod who was in walking shorts and Aloha shirt. Beautiful couple, best to dress comfortable. A beautiful Hawaii vow renewal ceremony by Reverend Michael Nelson incorporating a personal vow renewal written by the couple. Congratulations and Mahalo to Jarrod and Tara. After the ceremony Jarrod dipped Tara backwards giving her a loving kiss. A memorable ending and beginning. Beautiful Hawaii vow renewals on Oahu, older memories mixing into new memories going forward into their future.

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