Hawaii wedding planner

Looking for  small Hawaii destination weddings, planning from around the world or even in Hawaii, it is best to rely on a Hawaii wedding planner who are experts and know the islands.  Most of us are locals born or living in Hawaii for a long  time, considered Kamaaina’s.  Savannah and Dakota, very young couple living in Wailua decided to get married, just the two of them. Dakota is serving in the US Navy stationed in Oahu. They decided on getting a Hawaii wedding planner after surfing the web sites looking for affordable Hawaii weddings.  Seeing what Hawaii wedding planners offering so many different packages, with very affordable prices, they decided to rely on a planner for a stress free wedding ceremony. Everything turned out so smoothly, they found the location easily, did not get lost even traveling from the other side of the island. Our  crew’s Aloha welcome and easy, relaxed Ohana style Aura surrounded us.  January 7, 2016, a beautiful sunny day at Magic Island, Savannah Manley and Dakota Teafatiller, became united in marriage.  The background of Diamond Head in the background, the beautiful aqua-blue ocean and many sailboats/boats docked toward the Ala Wai boat harbor.  A picture perfect post card scene.  Rev. Michael Nelson personalized the wedding ceremony for this very loving, young couple to cherish forever. Eyes for each other always with happy smiles.  Beautiful vows, promise of commitment of love and respect for each other.  Uniting two lives into one, a unity sand ceremony was enjoyed. Each grain of sand represents your character blending your characters into one life.  Blessing the beautiful Koa Hawaian rings, Rev Mike held each ring up for them to reflect upon the beauty of the uniqueness, exchanging of rings proceeded  Beautiful shell leis were used for the traditional lei exchange. A Hawaii wedding planner usually have fresh flower leis, but the shell leis are used for some simple packages. Rev. Mike proudly announces and introduces the new Savannah and Dakota, married in Hawaii, January 7, 2016.  We, as a Hawaii wedding planner always have some sort of photo packages included and beautiful pictures will be treasured.  Dakota has secret plans for the evening celebration,  He is so sweet, would not let us in on the secret.  Mahalo so much, we were indeed very happy to meet you and make your day very special. Having a Hawaii wedding planner did pay off.  They were so happy.   aloha…

 

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Hawaii wedding planner

Being a Hawaii wedding planner is a passion that rewards us with so much more then words of thanks.  It brings happiness to the couple and friends as well as to us at A wedding in Hawaii, that brightens our world as a Hawaii wedding planner. Catering to small Hawaii beach wedding couples, we are a small Mom and Pop business trying to bring happiness to beautiful people everywhere.  On Nov. 27, 2015, Michelle West ad Mark Roughen enjoyed a memorable wedding day at Kahala Beach.  They are here pausing from work as electricians at the Lanai hotel projects. As much as they enjoy beautiful Lanai and it’s serene atmosphere, a break to the city of Honolulu.  As a Hawaii wedding planner, we helped choose a perfect package for them with limousine service, lots of photographs for their memories, a perfect minister (Rev. Michael Nelson) to provide them a perfect ceremony just fit for them.   A beautiful white orchid Haku head lei was added and Michelle was gorgeous in her glittering gold dress. Smiling Mark, handsomely dressed in casuals.  What a happy couple Michelle and Mark.  As all Hawaii wedding planner, we stood by with tissues on hand for the happy tears of joy. Blowing of the conch shell which indicates the beginning of happenings to come, is done by the minister.  Hawaii wedding planner advises you to ask for this in the ceremony since not all ministers include this in their ceremony. For us, this is at no charge. Rev. Mike’s conch shell blowing is very long and meaningful.  They began with the unity sand ceremony, as a symbol of mixing their lives together. Speaking of love and commitment, they repeated their vows to each other looking deep into each others eye.  Moment of love, and emotion, they were there just the two of them, the world was theirs alone. Rings of love given and accepted.  The lei gift of love exchanged with kisses. Presenting the new Michelle and Mark Roughen. Mahalo, guys, enjoy your limo ride and honeymoon. They go back to Lanai to finish out their contract and return home to Evansville, Wisconsin soon. Enjoy all your photos when you get back home. Aloha from your Hawaii wedding planner. We were delighted to have you.  wedaloha.com

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