Hawaii wedding love is universal

Hawaii wedding ceremony of beauty, the deep love for each other brought  Brooke Mapp and Kirsten James together to be united in matrimony, in Hawaii. A Hawaii wedding planning began many months ago last year, in fact, far away from Australia. This awesome couple are nurses and fell in love sharing the same passion to care for people. Caring for the people involves love, like our profession caring for newlyweds to plan for their loving future.  A honeymoon vacation combined with a Hawaii wedding ceremony was an ideal choice. They arrived on a new white limousine from their hotel Sheraton P. K. in Waikiki looking beautiful and very stylish. Brooke gorgeous in her white gown, and we high lighted that with a colorful floral Haku head lei, which Kirstin placed on her crown. Kirsten looked super in ivory/tan trousers, white shirt and matching ivory vest. A very handsome couple with eyes only for each other, deeply in love obviously.  Welcomed by the Reverend Karen Mak on this gorgeous Hawaii wedding day.  Welcome to the Hawaii wedding of Brooke and Kirstin, the first day of August 2017 at 4:00 in the afternoon at Kahala Beach. They stroll hand in hand romantically strolling in the white sand to their grassy green beach altar.  They become one with the palm trees swaying above them and the gentle waves splashing behind them. The ceremony begins with the Aloha welcome from Reverend Karen. The vows they read to each other were cleverly written on artistic cards, followed by the marriage vows of Reverend Karen. Blessings of the union were given, the offering of flower leis to each, the beautiful rings were placed in a little tray with love inscriptions. The unity sand ceremony was performed also to blend their lives together.  The rings were admired and blessed before the placing on their fingers.  A prayer of blessing to the new Brooke-Mapp James and Kirsten James. Congratulations and enjoy your Hawaii honeymoon. It was so nice being with you on your special day. A beautiful emotional wedding ceremony. Tears of joy, Brooke leaning on the thoughtfulness of Kirsten. A champagne ride on the limo to celebrate. Aloha.

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Our Hawaii weddings of Aloha

Aloha is the base of all Hawaii weddings, without Aloha, there is not much meaning to our Hawaii weddings. Providing friendly, stress free weddings for loving couples whether Hawaii weddings or Hawaii vow renewals, our Aloha never ends. We get to know each other through telephone or e-mail where the Aloha begins. We, the planners always personally meet our couples and guest as they arrive at the location of the ceremony. A personal touch from small business like us, also we personally concentrate on individual weddings and lessen bookings each month. Special Aloha for the local Hawaii couple on their wedding on the beach at Waialae Beach Park.  On July 29, 2017 a beautiful wedding ceremony for Milovale Lafitaga and Petelo Sagote was enjoyed with all their loving families and love ones bringing lots of Aloha.  Beautiful white wedding gown with veil for the gorgeous bride who chose gold and white as theme color. Bouquet of silk flowers of gold and white. The bridal party also in white with gold highlights. Handsome Petelo wore black tux for this long awaited day. They have two so very cute children who participated in the wedding ceremony. Many flower girls were there. Many couples choose to walk up the sandy aisle for Hawaii weddings that are large in crowd size. Dad wearing an outfit with gold vest, standing tall escorted his daughter to Petelo,  kisses and hugs for the couple. What a handsome couple standing next to the Reverend Michael Nelson. A memory of this very special day full of Aloha being captured with many photo images. Aloha sand ceremony, Loving marriage vows, a promise to forever love and care for each other and their children. Ring blessing and exchange, and the traditional gift of Aloha (leis).  Reverend Mike led a blessing for the couple and their love ones.  We proudly present the new Milovale and Petelo Sagote of Aiea, Hawaii. Congratulations guys, Mahalo, we enjoyed meeting you. You radiate so much Aloha.

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Small romantic Hawaii wedding

The cost of a large Hawaii wedding with reception is so high especially in Hawaii that many local residents choose to have a small Hawaii wedding ceremony on the beach with just the immediate family to support them. Choosing a weekday avoiding the weekend crowd, bringing a more relaxed stress free day for your Hawaii wedding is a wise decision. After the wedding ceremony, having the reception are a lot cheaper during the weekdays and during the lunch hours and early dinner hours. Today we present to you a lovely couple who chose June 7, 2017 to be their Hawaii wedding day. Bella (Pavichat) K.  from Thailand and Chris P.  of Honolulu chose Waialae Beach Park on a Wednesday afternoon in beautiful sunny Hawaii. It is also Chris’s birthday. Most of them arrived together in a limousine, chicly dressed  in suits, others in royal blue colored outfits. Lovely couple, Bella in a creme colored strapless gown with a veil, and Chris in black suit. Bella spotted a beautiful hand wrapped bouquet of ivory colored rose blossoms. The reverend Michael Nelson of Honolulu will be performing a Hawaii wedding themed marriage ceremony.  As the family waited on the sands of Waialae Beach, the lovely couple strolled romantically across the bridge, a picture perfect scene of a wedding in progress.  As they arrived to meet at the sandy altar meeting Reverend Mike, the conch shell was blown to announce their moment of joyful reunion. Hawaii wedding ceremony with a unity sand ceremony to symbolize the mixing of their lives were performed. Facing each other, holding hands, Bella and Chris vowed to enter into this union called marriage. Beautiful rings and beautiful leis to climax this ceremony as a gift of love and Aloha. Under the laws of Hawaii they are pronounced the new Bella and Chris of Honolulu, Hawaii. Congratulations, lots of pictures, a limousine ride and a small reception at Pagoda floating restaurant for celebration followed. Mahalo for sharing your day with us. Aloha and the best to you both.

 

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Hawaii weddings a Family affair

Searching for the enjoyment of Hawaii weddings.  Finally a beautiful Hawaiian wedding for Erin White and John Williams. Many years together with blessed love and three lovely children. What a happy joyous day it was, with many tears shed by the couple. Hawaii weddings can be a family affair with the whole family participating in the wedding ceremony. The color was white and aqua like the beautiful color of the sparkling ocean at Kahala Beach. A day of beauty, April 7, 2017 the very special day Erin dreamed of, in reality. They arrived on the limousine with their two daughters and son. Aqua dresses for the girls, tan and white for the eldest son. Erin looked great in her gown with aqua sash. Greeted by singing ukulele player and the camera crew. Rev. Michael Nelson greeted them with Hawaii weddings of Aloha. A gorgeous french bouquet of fragrant pink roses to highlight Erin’s beauty. John looked great in tan trousers and white shirt, looking just like his son. Their parents, friends and children were present to cheer them on after fifteen years of togetherness.  Conch shell sounds, ukulele, singing of the Hawaiian wedding song, here comes the bride. The commitment to each other in marriage, each with a “I , jowill”. To the mixing of their lives as a symbol, a sand ceremony. The beautiful marriage vows,  Erin, you are blessed to take John to be your husband and pledge…., John you are also blessed to take Erin as your wife and pledge…  I do followed with many tears of joy. Rings of love, floral leis gift of Aloha. Tears, joy and happiness!  Congratulations to the new Erin and John. Mahalo for having us, enjoy your memories of your many photos and video of your very special day. Aloha.

 

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Our loving Hawaii wedding couple

Loving couple Linda Jenkins and Kyle Fisher are our Christmas Hawaii wedding couple of 2016.  A wonderful delightful couple from St. Paul, Minnesota, getting away from the cold was something to look forward to and enjoying their special day with their warm toes in the sands of Hawaii. Beautiful Hawaii offer so much for a Hawaii wedding, however they could not have their parents here due to costs. However, they did have some dear siblings and friends to join them. December 16, 2016, seven of them arrived in a luxurious limousine at Waialae Beach Park. They were all dressed in white, a beautiful wedding party. They were greeted by our camera crew, the second best thing for parents, grandparents who were back home. Gorgeous bride, holding a french bouquet of purple and white orchids and roses. Handsome groom, white tux and white rose boutonniere in check.  Loved ones lined up for the bridal couple entrance. Conch shell sounding, toes in the warm sand they arrived ready for the moment they have been waiting for.  With Kyle, he felt very reassured about this day since he had watched our wedding ceremony video on our website so many times that he felt well acquainted with us. Watching the video is really a must for our Hawaii wedding, sort of a rehearsal to your wedding day.  Reverend Michael Nelson blew the conch shell as a welcome of Aloha. Sand ceremony blessing their lives to forever become one.  The acceptance to be here today to take the vows of marriage together. Repeating of the marriage vows, tears of joy (as well as sisters and brothers). They exchange gorgeous rings, and then thoughts of love and appreciation (audible on their video), finally exchange of a gift of Aloha,  purple flower leis.  Presenting the new Linda and Kyle Fisher with the supporting cheers of their brothers and sister. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us. Mele Kalikimaka and Hauoli Makahiki hou.

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Hawaii wedding ceremony

“With this ring I marry you”, Hawaii wedding ceremony with the atmosphere and feelings of Ohana (family).  November 11, 2016 at Kahala Beach were chosen as their very special day. The beautiful wedding ceremony of Sharon Young ad Ardi Ounapuu of Dayton, Oregon. Sharon, formally of Hawaii an Ardi from Estonia, met and fell in love over the internet. A Hawaii wedding ceremony by Rev. Michael Nelson will begin their life as husband and wife. They arrived on a new white limousine driven by La Especial Limousine, with their love ones to support them.  We ‘always’ meet our wedding party at the  Hawaii wedding location of their choice along with our officiant, photo crew, and others. Sharon was beautiful in a outfit of various color or blue, Ardi was cool in black suit and red tie. For Sharon, a french bouquet of pink and white roses with assorted flowers. Love story begins with video coverage as the limo arrives with the couple, strolling in the sand near the water’s edge to the beautiful garden like location near the ocean. Our Hawaii wedding opens with a Hawaiian conch blowing by the minister to welcome the special occasion to happen. Rev. Mike receives the pledge of marriage from the couple and proceeds with the participation of our own very special unity sand ceremony. The entire Hawaii wedding ceremony is video taped and photographed in entirety.  A beautiful day at Kahala Beach with minimal tradewind blowing. Our beach weddings tend to be breezy and it is suggested that brides wear their up-do hair style.  The beautiful wedding vows, bringing emotions to their love ones. The sparkling rings with their special meaning, a blessing, with this ring, a circle of love forever, they marry each other. Hawaii wedding lei exchange, the gift of Aloha. Their loved ones agrees to pledge support to the newlyweds. Rev. Mike proceeds to present the new Sharon and Ardi Ounapuu. Congratulations and hugs from All.  A full photo coverage session followed. A beautiful Hawaii wedding ends with a limousine ride and champagne.  Mahalo for having us, Sharon and Ardi. Aloha.

 

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My Hawaii wedding

A beautiful Hawaii wedding for Destiny Guise and Jim Portillo of Riverside, California on August 11, 2016  at Waimanalo Beach Park, Sherwood Forest.  What a beautiful day, with miles and miles of  white sandy beach, the ocean sparkled with blue aqua waters.  What a background for the Hawaii wedding of Destiny and Jim Portillo.  They arrived with loved ones, so excited that they headed straight for the beach and had to be recalled to the wedding location. Rev. Michael Nelson’s Hawaii wedding ceremony incorporated the children of Destiny and Jim. Destiny’s two girls, Jim’s two boys. What a family who seem to bond so well.  They all were casual but well dressed with matching outfits. The most memorable part of the ceremony was when their Mom and Dad presented white orchid leis to each child, with a special message for each individual. A ceremony of real love. The Hawaii wedding began with Rev. Mike on the conch.  The unity sand ceremony, the marriage vows, promise of commitment to each other, as well as to their children. I will love you forever, pledging to cherish in sacred union.  The shining beautiful never ending circle of the rings, as a gift of the vow promising never to be broken.  Reflecting on it’s beauty as well as it’s meaning.  Exchanging of rings were performed.  The traditional lei exchange, wrapping of the leis onto the hands of Destiny and Jim, a blessing was said union.  Each had words of love and thank you for each other before the lei presentation. Congratulations to the new Destiny and Jim Portillo.   Mahalo and enjoy your many photos for your memories.

 

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Hawaii wedding ceremony of love for local military couple on July 15, 2016 at Kahala Beach. Laynette Taylor and Antonio Burch, a beautiful and nicest couple from Pearl City Hawaii, arrived with their beautiful multiracial children to support them on their marriage.  A Hawaii wedding on the beach is very affordable compared to costly church weddings. Laynette, beautiful in her stylish wedding dress, bouquet of red and white roses high lighted the coloring. Antonio looked great in white Aloha shirt.  All the guys also wore white shirts. The gals looked great in their own stylish dresses.  Many friends also arrived to be with the family.  Rev. Michael Nelson, the minister to be for their Hawaii wedding greeted and advised them.  Kahala Beach, beautiful and it was a perfect day for Laynette’s and Antonio’s special day.  The sound of conch shell mingled with the soft sound of waves washing up on the sandy beach. Rev. Mike spoke of marriage as a commitment to each other and congratulated them of this day.  In a Hawaii wedding by the sea, the sand ceremony is performed in place of the unity candle ceremony to blend their lives together.  Vows to each other, pledging to cherish each other in sacred union. The three greatest virtues of marriage in Hawaiian are faith, hope and love. They promised to accept each other for richer or poorer, joy and sorrow. Pledging their love forever.  Rings were blessed and exchanged. With this ring, I thee wed. The blessing of their marriage with floral lei exchange.  In Hawaii, a lei is a gift of Aloha, on a Hawaii wedding day it is a  sharing of great honor.  With that they were announced as the new Laynette and Antonio Burch. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us. We hope you enjoy the memorable pictures you will cherish of your special day.  Reception at The Willows to follow.  Aloha.

 

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Hawaii wedding ceremony of beauty

Their Hawaii wedding ceremony was so beautiful. Held near the blue/aqua waters of Wamanalo Bay Beach. May 24, 2016, Larisa Ibrahimovic became the bride of Derek Zapf at 4:00 in the afternoon.  The preparation of the altar and the aisle way fun to do.  The altar was a circle of several fragrant yellow plumeria leis, sprinkled with red rose petals in the sand.  The Hawaii wedding location with very white sand, brought the elegance of more plumeria leis for the aisle way, high lighted by bright red rose petals.  What a beautiful Hawaii wedding it will be. Limousine arrived with guys dressed in dark gray vest, trousers, and white shirt. The gals were in beautiful orange, except of course the bride gorgeous in white gown, high lighted by our colorful bouquet of yellow, red, purple orchids. Rev. Michael Nelson, and our professionals,  musician ukulele singer, and video/photo crew met the entourage to begin the creation of a memorable  Hawaii wedding of Larisa and Derek. The ceremony began with the conch shell blowing, singing of the Hawaiian wedding song as the bridal party did their entrance. White flower orchid leis were presented to the gals.  Wedding vows that our minister use are usually incorporated with the couple’s own vows if they have one.  Welcome and congratulations.  Unity sand ceremony followed by the vows by Rev. Mike, and special vows written by the couple. The exchange of rings, beautiful but with meanings of their own.  The blessing of the leis and the marriage.  The Hawaii wedding gift of Aloha, the lei giving, beautiful white double orchid leis, with kisses on each cheek.  Special dedication, singing of Hawaiian song, Sand Beach by singer, Derreck on ukulele. Rev. Mike presents the new Larisa and Derek Zapf of Atlanta, Georgia. Photos and memories on video, a love story of their Hawaii wedding.  A celebration at the Top of Waikiki and the Sky lounge tonight, but first, a champagne ride on the limousine with a scenic ride of east Honolulu. Mahalo for sharing your special day. We enjoyed you and your group very much. Aloha.

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Hawaii weddings

Love of life, Hawaii weddings are the beginning of many long lasting relationship. On May 14, 2016, journeying from Bellview, Florida, it was the start of a lifelong relationship for Eva Nichols and Lynn Coller.  Searching for planners of Hawaii weddings, they found us to fit into their wishes.  Every couple needs to feel good and comfortable with the people handling their Hawaii weddings.  It is not all pricing and products, a service given with caring is larger then gold. Most of us are laid back, we posses the air of Family style (Ohana)  and have fun at the ceremony.  Eva and Lynn arrived on their limousine dressed  in matching Hawaiian attire, looking so sophisticated with camera crew filming their every move.  A spray of white roses as a french bouquet awaited Eva to complement her attire. She had some fun pinning the matching boutonniere for Lynn.  Hand in hand they strolled on the sand to beautiful Kahala beach to reach the area where we have our Hawaii weddings. Meeting our minister, Rev. Michael Nelson, a truly Aloha and family feeling of happiness.  Realizing she had dropped Lynn’s rings on the way over, she traced it back just a few yards away.  Thank God, it was near by. The wedding of Eva and Lynn began with the blowing of the conch shell by Rev. Mike.  A welcome to this beautiful setting of Hawaiian ceremony of Hawaii weddings they will forever cherish.  The mixing of their two lives into one, symbolized by a sand was enjoyed.  Many couples are in awe about this practice of a unity sand ceremony, given to them for free on all packages, except the smallest package.  The vows to each other were so beautiful, filled with love and smiles. The rings gleaming in the sun with beauty, but with meanings of it’s own.  Blessings of the uniting of Eva and Lynn on this day of Hawaii weddings of joy. The traditional lei exchange which is considered a gift of Aloha, and is always the joy of Hawaii weddings. The new Eva and Lynn Coller, Congratulations!  Enjoy your memorable video and many photos to share with family and friends.  A limousine ride with champagne, enjoy. Happy honeymoon and Mahalo for having us for Hawaii weddings of Joy.

 

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