The Hawaii wedding ceremony of Caitlin and Adam

Awesome couple enjoys their Hawaii wedding ceremony with so much enthusiasm and Aloha. They really made it so much easier for us and we placed all our love into the event. We always do, it is just that we found Caitlin and Adam a very special couple with connecting with each other.  Their special day was April 12, 2019 and they chose Waimanalo Bay Beach Park, being from Wisconsin, they liked the pine trees in the back. They found the whole package of the mountains and beautiful blue/green ocean and white sandy beach very appealing in front of the pine trees. Sherwood forest is what it is known as. This beautiful couple arrived on our limousine comfortably dressed and changed into their very classy wedding outfits. They were greeted by our singer on ukulele and our fabulous photographer and video crew. And last of all, of course our favorite minister, Reverend Michael Nelson. Just the two of them, but they decided to get the full Hawaii wedding service so they could share their experience with their loved ones back home. Walking down the sandy aisle in Hawaii with ukulele in the background. The sound of the conch announcing their Hawaii wedding ceremony. Ukulele singing Baron with the Hawaiian wedding song. Adam and Caitlin, their dream come true wedding is about to begin. The most beautiful and emotional moments captured during their vows with Adam full of tears running down his cheeks. Caitlin lovingly supporting him. A beautiful wedding with a special love song dedicated to the new wedded couple before being pronounced husband and wife. Adam lifted his wife carrying her with joy, enjoying the blue skies, white sandy beach, A perfectly magical day. Strumming the ukulele, Adam has a lot of talent. A long ride on the limousine, as they celebrated by popping the cork of their champagne bottle. Congratulations and and happy honeymoon!

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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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Hawaii wedding, their love for each other is the glue

Our Hawaii wedding ceremony of the one and only handsome couple, Derek and Gwen from the beautiful State of Colorado, was so heartwarming  Beautiful people with hearts of gold are hard to find. Love is the glue that keeps relationships together. If removed the relationship starts to fall apart. Gwen and David have been together for ten wonderful years, he wanted to marry her after three months of dating. Today, December 21, 2018, finally here they are enjoying their Hawaii wedding ceremony at Magic Island. Gwen and Derek are perfect together, their love and respect for each other shines brightly like a star.  She is tall and gorgeous in a fitted white gown, sequins, beaded and a skirt that looks like tassels. She looks like a perfect model. Derek is a tall and handsome man dressed in a black tuxedo without a jacket, just a vest. Their chariot has arrived, a white luxurious limousine, picking them up at the Aston Waikiki hotel, and they will have a limousine ride with champagne after the wedding, before being taken back to the hotel. Greeting the lovely couple was the Reverend Michael Nelson shaking hands with the lovely bride and  very cool groom. Photos for their memories. A beautiful day with a few sprinkles of rain drops, and as usual, it means Good luck in Hawaii. Not to mention, a few sprinkles after the wedding made it even better luck. A Hawaii wedding ceremony with the conch, the VOWs, beautiful rings and the gift of Aloha lei exchange.  They are now officially the new Derek and Gwen!  Congratulations, you are the finest and thank you so much for your “heartfelt thank you”  from the goodness of your heart. The feeling is likewise. We wish the best , your love is the glue to your relationship.  Mahalo.

 

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A very special Hawaii wedding ceremony at Magic Island

Life is full of surprises, friendship blooms into love. Planning of a Hawaii wedding ceremony brings excitement and joy. Cindy and Mack chose November 16, 2018 to be their very special day, a celebration of love with a Hawaii wedding ceremony. They took our  ultimate best wedding package with many elements of a beautiful Hawaiian ceremony.  Their wonderful supportive family joined them coming from New Mexico and California in support. Planning began with their Hawaii wedding in September with ample time to get to the exciting day. In the mean time, Cindy had some medical problems as the special day neared. The wedding was a great success, although she has been in recovery for a while. Even with the circumstances, a beautiful next to the beach of Ala Moana beach was a perfect spot for the wedding with beautiful peaceful waters, background of the ocean to the west, green trees to the far left. This area helped Cindy from walking to the side where magic Island is. The altar was set up by pink/white rose petals shaped like a heart and the aisle way scattered with rose petals. The wedding day started this morning for Cindy with hair/makeup at her hotel. Arriving by limousine, the bride and groom accompanied by their supporters. All the guest were given flower leis to honor their support. Beautiful Cindy held her pink blossom roses made into a cascade bouquet of brilliance. Tall Mack was in a gray tuxedo for the event. Welcomed by singer/guitar player and the camera crew (video and photography). Most of all, the Reverend Michael Nelson as their officiant. As they marched down the flowered aisle, they hear the Hawaiian wedding song to begin their journey to a wedding in Hawaii. The conch, the sand ceremony, the vows, the rings and blessings, closing with the Hawaiian gift of Aloha (flower leis). Their dream has come true and Cindy successfully survived the day, and will forever hold the Hawaii wedding very memorable. A beautiful love song was dedicated to the new Mack and Cindy. Congratulations and Mahalo, especially to Cindy’s daughter, Kimberly. Your family members are made up of pure heart and love.  Good luck toward your life together.

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Beautiful photos, memories of romantic Hawaii weddings

I will forever love you with all my heart, our dreams of Hawaii weddings have come true.  The love and free spirit of this couple radiates joy and the precious enjoyment of life. The Hawaii weddings venue is like a dream for Irene and Andrew from Marysville, California. Andrew is from Washington state and serves in the US Air force.  Ire.ne is originally from Spain. Venue chosen was a simple wedding but with the beautiful Hawaii wedding location of Waimanalo Bay Beach at Sherwood forest. On November 12, 2018 they almost had the whole beach to themselves. The waters were calm, the island like Rabbit Island was green with the recent wet weather. A serene, romantic aura with the sound of waves on the beach. This is a perfect Hawaii wedding day for Andrew and Irene, a lucky omen as they begin life together.  How important are flower to the bride and groom? For Irene and Andrew, spending some extra money on the beauty of Hawaii’s wedding flowers were important to them. The haku head lei, made with flowers, colorful or white, entwined and woven together to be tied around the crown. Giving the beautiful look of a Hawaiian princess. The fragrant Maile leaves are pounded and entwined to use as a lei, giving the look of a Hawaiian royalty. A white orchid corsage for her, a matching boutonniere for him. Finally our two purple orchid leis which is used for the Hawaiian lei exchange, as a gift of Aloha.  Simply beautifully dressed in a creme colored long slim fit gown, Irene looked ready with all the beautiful floral accessories. He looked so handsome like a Hawaiian royalty.  For this wedding with all the enjoyment of a Hawaiian ceremony, the main feature was a ring exchange and a surprise to his bride. With all my heart I give to you this ring which holds the love and soul of my mother. Andrew presented Irene his mother’s wedding ring. She passed on sometime ago. An emotional moment for Irene and Andrew, the moment so beautiful with tears and joy overflowing. Everything was all golden for the romantic happy wedding in Hawaii.  Life together forward in happiness and free spirit. They are going scuba diving after the wedding.   Congratulations and Mahalo for having us.

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Hawaii weddings with Asian & American flair

We see romantic beautiful Hawaii weddings with Oriental and American flairs. We hear the sophisticated, classy sound of a harp playing the Hawaii wedding song. Around summer time of this year, Christian and Yewon began thinking about  plans of looking at planners of Hawaii weddings.  Christian had a full hand in the planning of this  once in a lifetime event with us and deserves a great deal of credit. We have so many grooms who get involved with Hawaii weddings, planning and making sure the day is of perfection for the bride. In these cases, it seems the groom is more nervous then the bride at the wedding. When the ceremony is over, there is a feeling of happiness and relief.  Inviting Moms and Dads coming to Hawaii from afar dressed in the their traditional attires creates a feeling of home and love. Arriving on a white limousine, everyone was greeted with Aloha by Reverend Michael Nelson and the photo/video crew of our Hawaii weddings. The handsome Christian helped his beautiful bride out of the limousine and thus begins their video love story of their Hawaii wedding ceremony. September 4, 2018, a beautiful noon day at Waialae Beach Park. Strolling near the beach front of Kahala Beach to a beautiful, serene spot with grass and coconut tree swaying. The beach water was clear and the ocean so blue/aqua in color. Beautiful harp music in the air by Sharene.  Christian had the idea of a translator of Korean language for the wedding ceremony. She did a superb job for Yewon’s parents to understand the contents of the ceremony.  A beautiful all white french bouquet high lighted Yewon’s gorgeous bridal gown.  The sound of the conch, the beautiful sound of the Hawaiian wedding song played on the harp. Here comes the bride escorted by her Dad, a kiss for daughter and hug for Christian. All Hawaii weddings, this one of mixed heritage begins with the blending of their heritage and life, yesterday, today and tomorrow. Blessings, beautiful ring exchanges, the happiness of giving and acceptance of their vows. White orchid leis were exchanged as gifts of Aloha. Introducing the new Christian and Yewon DeTrude. The two Moms were witnesses. Yewon’s Mom in a  beautiful pink Korean dress wept through out the ceremony. Christian’s Mom wore a beautiful blue dress and held her hand together like in prayer during the ceremony. Congratulations and Mahalo to the newlyweds.

 

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Oh, what a Hawaii wedding it was, joyful and happy

What a beautiful choice of venue for the Hawaii wedding of Joanne Howard and her  groom to be Thor Sutherland.  It was a perfect day at Waimanalo Beach Park at Sherwood forest, a late morning wedding on August 7, 2018. In the afternoon it would be so much hotter, the sand and the sun. Coming from Australia, it is much colder there right now. This couple is staying at the Vive Hotel in Waikiki and love it.   A Hawaii wedding without a limousine? Maybe not. They decided to have our limousine pick them up at the hotel and give them a gorgeous coastal drive on the east side on the way to Waimanalo, featuring the famous Makapuu Beach, Sea Life Park, especially the snorkeling area. Returning the same way back after the wedding, having  the limousine of three hours (port to port), you might have some time to further ride into town then back to your hotel. As our limousine approached, we are delighted to meet the gorgeous bride and the handsome Thor. Joanne’s dress was so becoming for her, off shoulder, black sheer material with pink-coral roses, and a beautiful hem style. She is a beautiful lady and her make up was so perfect matching the color of pink and coral of her dress. Lucky Thor!.He is no so back himself, handsome in fact. Keep smiling Thor, it is very becoming. The Khaki walking shorts and white shirt always looks great. Time to put on the boutonniere pined on, matching the french bouquet for Joanne. Of course it is a gorgeous one with pink-coral roses to match her dress. Now, anyone want to get married?  Reverend Michael Nelson reaches out to greet them with Aloha, Soon Joanne and Thor will be pronounced husband and wife, how exciting.  The waves are gentle today washing on the sand.  Reverend Michael blows the conch to begin this special Hawaii wedding ceremony of Thor and Joanne. Your sand  ceremony combines and unites the two together.  The vows with tears of emotion from Joanne, so happy. The rings, so gorgeous worth thousands of dollars of worthy diamonds. The beautiful leis of Hawaii. a gift of Aloha. Now we present to you the new Thor and Joanne. Congratulations and mahalo for having us on your special day. Much Aloha.

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Our love blessed in Hawaii, our forever Hawaii wedding

Ahreum and David made their dream come true with their Hawaii wedding on July 26, 2018. Ahreum is from the Orient and they both chose beautiful rings, wedding dress and all accessories   from Korea. Our bride was dressed in a fashionable, sophisticated white, fitting white wedding dress. Beautiful with a soft look, she wore a pink and white tiara. Her french bouquet, pure white made with rose buds, orchids and hydrangea, was a perfect match for your dress and personality. David although in the military chose to wear a modern styled blue suit with a bow tie.  On July 26, Waialae Beach was not as hot at 11 O’Clock in the morning. The morning breeze was gently then the afternoon breeze. The sun showing the glittering blue water with Koko Head in the background, it was a lovely wedding scene. The marriage license and the rings were available near by for the ceremony. At the sandy altar, awaiting were the conch shell, the sand ceremony equipment next to Reverend Michael Nelson. Here they come over the bridge approaching the photographer. A beautiful beginning and entrance of the Hawaii wedding ceremony of David and Ahreum. A wedding ceremony “just the two of them” for now, to be shared with loved ones with many pictures to follow. A welcoming and congratulations from Reverend Michael as he prepared to blow the conch shell. Blowing of the conch more then once toward different direction happens at times. The  agreement to accept each other with vows of promise preceded the Hawaiian sand ceremony. Uniting each other by mixing individual sand is like lighting of the unity candle. The blessing of the rings (so beautiful, simple and elegant) identical to each other. Reverend Michael’s beautiful vows were said, and their own written vows were given during the lei offering. Facing each other, they read their vows from the book of marriage. A beautiful Hawaii wedding for David and Ahreum. dream come true. The signing of the marriage certificate and decorative certificate, made them officially husband and wife.   Mahalo and enjoy your Star of the Sea dinner cruise. So romantic and beautiful.

 

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Our couple, Hawaii wedding at Waialae Beach

Our beautiful and excited couple has arrived for their Hawaii wedding ceremony. The beach was beautiful, the sand was warm, the ocean was azure and sparkling in the sun, a perfect day for the Hawaii wedding of Katelyn and Mike. Coming from Illinois, on a long flight to Honolulu, leaving a seventy degree temperature arriving to a eighty degree Hawaiian trade wind day. A nice but tiring flight the day before their wedding. On June 25, 2018 they still had to secure their marriage license downtown. They were excited, beautiful accomodation at the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Waikiki, still time to relax. Early afternoon wedding with tradewind to bring a comfortable coolness. Here they come! A greetings of Aloha with Reverend Michael Nelson. Katelyn and Mike, so sweet, all they wanted was a short ceremony full of love. They certaining got a joyful Hawaii wedding with traditional Hawaiian features. She was a sweet and beautiful bride wearing a simple but classy long dress in ivory color. Mike, a super guy looked comfortable in long sleeve white shirt and dark brown trousers. The beautiful Hawaii wedding ceremony began with the couple crossing the white bridge over to the sandy dunes of the beach park. A beautiful photo image of them strolling hand in hand over the bridge. They kicked off their shoes and the warm sands between their toes felt good. The welcome sound of the conch blown by our minister, indicating something important was to happen. Holding hands facing each other, Katelyn and Mike looked lovingly at each other with brilliant smiles. It will be only fifteen minutes before their dream will come true. The sand ceremony a symbol to blend their lives together. The sand in these bottles contain their characteristics, blended together for the making of a family. Beautiful vows, sparkling rings with many meanings, traditional flower lei offering and then these two became one. The new and lovely Mike and Katelyn. Fun and joyful it was as the photo shoot went on, creating beautiful wedding portraits to cherish. It was certainly a pleasure to meet you. Mahalo and hope to see you again. Aloha.

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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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