Hawaii wedding with simplicity and beauty

Shannon and Will got engaged in December 2016, it was Christmas gift Shannon will cherish forever. Hawaii wedding plans eventually became an exciting topic during the next year. They both were professionals working through out the year, but setting the date of their Hawaii wedding was important. Around May of this year, they chose to have a Hawaii beach wedding and went searching for a Hawaii wedding planner. They found us on Google searching for Hawaii weddings and found we had what they looking for. A small Hawaii wedding, “Just the two of them”. A great wedding package affordable to their needs called the Plumeria wedding package. With the provisions of a planner, minister, location, flower leis for the Hawaiian lei exchange, a unity sand ceremony, decorative wedding certificate, and best of all over a hundred professional photos of their ceremony and portraits. She wanted a bouquet and chose the cascade style, which popularity has resurfaced in the recent year. Not too long ago the rage was the hand tied bouquet. In our opinion, sometimes a simple bunch of flowers tied together with a ribbon are more affordable. In Shannon’s case, the cascade with vintage pink roses (large and baby roses) with hydrangea, and sprays of purple orchids were gorgeous. The wedding of Shannon and Will, June 20, 2018 was a beautiful and serene day at the beautiful Kahala Beach (aka Waialae Beach). With the volcano erupting on the Big Island, Vog set in with a light haze, but kind of romantic. She looked radiant in light pink (vintage) outfit, a perfect match for her bouquet. He looked super in comfortable Hawaiian outfit. A happy couple from Mt. Washington, Kentucky. A beautiful green grassy altar facing the beach with Reverend Michael, they enjoyed a Hawaii wedding ceremony they will cherish forever. After the wedding they will relax at Bellows beach and the next night celebrate at Paradise Cove luau. The new Shannon and Will happily will return home in a few days to the welcome of their combined four children. Congratulations and Mahalo for sharing your special day with us.


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Hawaii Sunset beach weddings – Sarah and Noah

Oct. 2, Waialae Beach was gentle, but still humid at 5 O’clock in the afternoon. Sarah Hays and Noah Stroup arrived by limousine, along with his father and other guest. Our Rev. Mike Nelson and Roger chose a beautiful spot near the waters of Kahala for the ceremony. A memorable Hawaiian wedding ceremony, they are now Mr. & Mrs. Noah Stoup. After photos were taken, the couple left on the waiting limo to the Moana Surf hotel to celebrate. The Moana Surf Hotel is famous for the huge banyan tree (Hawaii Calls
telecast way back when), with people drinking tropical drinks.
The lovely couple are from Bend, Oregon. Thank you so much for having us with your destination wedding. Aloha and Mahalo for coming to Hawaii.

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