Hawaii beach wedding

Hawaii beach wedding on the sandy beach of Waialae Beach Park on January 5, 2016. A windy day, a slight sprinkle of rain, a light rainbow greeted Maricel Borja and Randall Murchison.  They are from Japan, family, friends from different locations arrived together on a 10 passenger limousine. A Hawaii beach wedding with the whole family together from the arrival at the park to the dinner cruise in the evening was a close family event.  Beautiful Maicel, relaxed and happy; Randall trying to manage some candid picture taking by his brother. Beautiful music by harpist, Sharene, pretty and the best harp player on Oahu.  A slight rainbow toward the mountains sign of luck. A lucky new year is anticipated for the newlyweds.  Announcing that a beautiful thing is about to happen, the sound of the conch shell by Rev. Michael Nelson, the best and most popular Hawaii beach wedding minister on the island.  Beautiful music by Sharene was played in honor of the bride and groom.  The sight of beauty in the distance of the island to the east, Koko head crater and Pot Luck, with sparkling waters, creates this Hawaii beach wedding a fantastic background.  Rev. Mike presents a Hawaiian wedding ceremony personalized for Maricel and Randall.  The welcome message of Aloha, and the blessings of the union of this couple by their close knitted family and friends were acknowledged. Holding hands and looking into each others eyes, they repeated the marriage vows after Rev. Mike.  The unity sand ceremony was enjoyed to combine their lives into one.  Rings of love were exchanged, given and accepted to symbolize their vows to each other.  A time to extend their love, trust and devotion,  quiet words to each other.  Flower leis traditional for a Hawaii beach wedding, exchanged and sealed with kisses on each cheek. A beautiful wedding they will cherish as they return to Japan.  The marriage was legalized with the signing of the license of Hawaii and decorative certificate of marriage. Loved ones signed the marriage as witnesses.  Pictures of beauty, walking on the beach, portraits, family pictures and they especially wanted a picture of Sharene and her harp with them. Congrats on your Hawaii beach wedding. Mahalo for choosing us for your special day.  Enjoy your dinner cruise together with your family. The return trip to the hotel with champagne with the whole family.  A Hawaii beach wedding well enjoyed. Aloha.

 

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Hawaii beach wedding

Twelve wonderful years together, two handsome boys equals a Hawaii beach wedding enjoyed as a family affair. On Nov. 12, 2015, Hannah Pai and Johnson Fuemana enjoyed a  Hawaii beach wedding ceremony at beautiful Waimanalo Bay Beach. Quite a dream come true with limousine, harp music, lots of photographs, video as part of the high lights of our Hawaii package.  As beautiful Hannah, Johnson and their boys arrived via limousine, they were greeted by our film crew. Everyone looked so chic and formally dressed. Beautiful french bouquet for exotic Hannah. They come from New Zealand, but reside in Australia.  Rev. Michael Nelson will perform this Hawaii beach wedding. A welcome of Aloha represents his brilliant smile. A beautiful day at Hawaii’s Waimanalo Beach, the boys took their places next to Rev. Mike. Blowing of the conch shell announcing the a handsome couple. Wedding march, beautiful harp music by Sharene as they strolled across the white sand to meet at the altar.  Congratulations and Aloha began the ceremony.  This intimate Hawaii beach wedding of their dream will be memorable for the whole family in attendance with the ceremony documented on video,  Beautiful marriage vows were exchanged with some misty moments. Together for so long and still deeply in love, they looked into each others eyes, committed to their faith, hope and love.  Blessing of gorgeous rings, exchanging rings….I give you this ring….To unite their lives, a symbol of mixing their family, a unity sand ceremony was enjoyed. This process takes place on a Hawaii beach wedding ceremony in place of the unity candle ceremony in a church ceremony.  At times, the children will participate in this beautiful mixing of Hawaiian sand.  White orchid leis were draped onto their clasped hands and blessed.  White orchid leis are gorgeous, the purple orchid leis are the same except for the color. The Hawaiian lei exchange with two kisses on each cheek is traditionally done just before the couple are pronounced husband and wife.  A wedding in Hawaii now proudly presents Hawaii beach wedding couple Hannah and Johnson Fuemana. Their two sons smiled and clapped. Harp music with the Hawaiian wedding song was played for their enjoyment. Beautiful harp music by Sharene are played through out the ceremony, Many beautiful photos on the beach, and woods of Waimanalo. A ride back to the hotel on the limousine with the beautiful scenic coastal trip to end a beautiful day on their Hawaii beach wedding.  Mahalo and Congratulation to a wonderful couple and family. Aloha.

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Hawaii beach wedding

Hawaii beach wedding for Samantha Lowton and Colin Dennison on Aug. 1, 2013.  A beautiful beach wedding facing Diamond Head with the beautiful ocean of Waikiki Beach, this couple from England enjoyed a intimate wedding at Magic Island, Ala Moana Beach Park.  Affordable package, but full of sentimental value for their memories.  They spent 26 hours of flight time to realize their dream wedding in Hawaii.  A conch shell blowing was requested, and Rev. Mike Nelson began the ceremony with the calling of the waves.  A beach wedding with a nearby lagoon, they were a very happy couple enjoying their intimate wedding.  White leis were exchanged with blessings. White sparkling apple cider for the toast with champagne glasses.  (No champagne in Hawaii parks allowed). A simple wedding, just the two of them, but lots of professional photographs to remind them of beautiful Hawaii and their wedding location.  Thanks for sharing your Hawaii beach wedding with us.  Aloha & Mahalo from Hawaii.

 

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Beach Hawaii Wedding by wedaloha.com (A wedding in Hawaii)

February 4, 2013, the day they have been waiting for has finally arrived!  Here comes the limousine with Rachel Peterson and Shawn Eccles, their little baby girl, and proud grandpa and grandma…smiling happily with the sound of ukulele in the background.  Cameras flashed away for their memories.  Rachel beautiful and radiant, Shawn tall handsome beamed with happiness.  Proud and smiling Grand pa holding the cutest little girl, with grandma beaming with pride.  Rev. Michael David Nelson greeted everyone with deep Aloha as ukulele-singer Baron Bento sang away.  They all walked to a beautiful spot on the beach (almost like their own island).  But wait, grandma rushed back to retrieve the rings in the limo.  A beautiful, sunny day with blue waters yonder (not much waves) toward Kahala with the site of a little islet in the water, and further on to Kokohead crater. They can look forward to a quiet serene wedding.  Professional singer/ukulele player, Baron Bento began the ceremony with the Hawaiian wedding song.  Rev. Mike personalized the wedding vows and ceremony for the couple.  Beautiful wedding vows to each other, blessing of the rings, an exchange of flower leis (beautiful orchids mixture of white & purple). A special song was dedicated to the newly wed by the beautiful sounds of ukulele and Baron’s singing.  Pronounced Mr. & Mrs. Shawn Eccles and signing of the license and the souvenir wedding certificate.  Kisses and hugs all around!  What a nice couple and family.  Many portraits, photos taken for them to remember their very special day.  As they had their photo session, they were been serenaded by the sounds of the uke. Rachel & Shawn are from Chico, California and he is a fireman. Happy couple, daughter and mom/dad relaxed on the limo and celebrated with some champagne.  Thank you so much for sharing your day with us.  We truly enjoyed meeting you, and Roger & Mike had a great time doing what they love to do.  Mahalo & Aloha!

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Beach Hawaii Wedding by wedaloha.com (A wedding in Hawaii)

February 4, 2013, the day they have been waiting for has finally arrived!  Here comes the limousine with Rachel Peterson and Shawn Eccles, their little baby girl, and proud grandpa and grandma…smiling happily with the sound of ukulele in the background.  Cameras flashed away for their memories.  Rachel beautiful and radiant, Shawn tall handsome beamed with happiness.  Proud and smiling Grand pa holding the cutest little girl, with grandma beaming with pride.  Rev. Michael David Nelson greeted everyone with deep Aloha as ukulele-singer Baron Bento sang away.  They all walked to a beautiful spot on the beach (almost like their own island).  But wait, grandma rushed back to retrieve the rings in the limo.  A beautiful, sunny day with blue waters yonder (not much waves) toward Kahala with the site of a little islet in the water, and further on to Kokohead crater. They can look forward to a quiet serene wedding.  Professional singer/ukulele player, Baron Bento began the ceremony with the Hawaiian wedding song.  Rev. Mike personalized the wedding vows and ceremony for the couple.  Beautiful wedding vows to each other, blessing of the rings, an exchange of flower leis (beautiful orchids mixture of white & purple). A special song was dedicated to the newly wed by the beautiful sounds of ukulele and Baron’s singing.  Pronounced Mr. & Mrs. Shawn Eccles and signing of the license and the souvenir wedding certificate.  Kisses and hugs all around!  What a nice couple and family.  Many portraits, photos taken for them to remember their very special day.  As they had their photo session, they were been serenaded by the sounds of the uke. Rachel & Shawn are from Chico, California and he is a fireman. Happy couple, daughter and mom/dad relaxed on the limo and celebrated with some champagne.  Thank you so much for sharing your day with us.  We truly enjoyed meeting you, and Roger & Mike had a great time doing what they love to do.  Mahalo & Aloha!

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Hawaii weddings

Xin Xia and Bari Carroll wedding on Jan. 12, 2013 at Waialae Beach was a perfect proof of success of relationship over the internet. We have had so many weddings like this.   Xin is originally from China and Bari is from Honolulu living up in Tantalus (nice!)  They were staying at the luxury Kahala Hotel next door and arrived (strolling) with Bari’s father and mother (& their cute pup).  What a handsome couple they are, beautiful Xin in sheer white, what a handsome husband, Bari is.  Bari was so nervous he forgot the rings and marriage licence at the hotel room.  Rev. Michael Nelson greeted them with Aloha, and the ceremony was so nice, next to the serene surrounding of sand & sea. The tradition of lei exchange, the marriage vows, ring exchange with their parents happily joining in with the celebration.   What a nice couple and family!  Lots of images were captured to help them always remember the special day.  Mahalo, Mr. & Mrs. Bari Carroll!

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Waialae beach weddings in Hawaii – Yosanne and David

It was a wedding in paradise for Yosanne Massey and David Winston. On June 30, 2012, on the shores of Waialae Beach, the Rev. Kimo Taylor performed a Hawaiian wedding ceremony for the couple. They arrive on our limo, Yosanne was beautiful in her tan colored silky gown, David in his orange shirt to match Yosanne’s beautiful orange french bouquet. Mr. & Mrs David Winston is from Matteson, Illinois. She is a director of nursing there. They celebrated by going to dinner at the Pacific Beach hotel (buffet) at the Oceanarium.

Congratulations, and thanks so much for sharing your special day with us.

Enjoy the beautiful photos.

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