Beautiful Hawaii weddings and Hawaii winter down pour

For Hawaii weddings on the beach, rain storm may be a diversion. Usually rain in Hawaii comes and goes lasting only a few minutes. The only time Hawaii weddings on the beach has a need to be postponed is there is a storm or a hurricane. In the winter months like at the en,d of December, sometimes downpours arrive from the mountains that may last 10 minutes or so, but it is just a matter of waiting it out. Now, here is a story about a Hawaii wedding rescued from rain. This is what happened to Lisa McCombs and Richard Waldman o December 28, 2018. Wanting to get married before the end of the year, they chose with a that started out to be a nice Hawaiian morning. Staying at a hotel near the wedding location, Magic Island, the plan was to have a nice stroll to the Magic Island Park. As they did so, it started to sprinkle, they changed plans to catching a taxi. As they arrived it poured cats and dogs. We supplied them with large umbrellas to wait it out. Reverend Michael Nelson arrived to greet them but we still had to wait around ten minutes for the rain to subside (which is unusual). A beautiful white Haku head lei was fitted on Lisa’s crown. White haku leis are traditionally white for Hawaii weddings. The colorful ones are more for celebrations. What a beginning for their special day of celebration. But the sun came to greet them, the grass was wet but no problem without mud. What luck brought on them. The have been together for nearly fifteen years and finally will be formally introduced as the new Richard and Lisa Waldman. Happily holding hands, looking into each other’s eyes, they promised to continue to love and cherish each other forever. Such a nice, beautiful couple. We were so happy to see their dream come true. Gone was the rain a blessing of good omen, the Hawaiian sunshine greets the newly weds. Mahalo for having us.

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Intimate “just the two of us” Hawaii weddings

Our Hawaii weddings started the new year with beautiful Hawaiian wedding ceremonies for three loving couples who are serving our country, stationed and based on Oahu. These couples are both serving in different divisions, Navy, Marine and Airforce. Being far away from home they look for small weddings “just the two of Us” most likely with their toes in the sand. We offer a military discount if they mention their current status. We are thankful for them referring their friends to us for our help. For them affordability is important. We welcome to our Hawaii weddings “Ohana” (family) Ashley Reynolds and Daegan Asebedo originally from Kansas. Their special day January 13, 2018 at Kahala Beach, the lovely Ashley dressed in a chic lacy dress, Daegen in brown outfit. Super happy, even though the day started with a missile alert error by Hawaii. Reverend Mike Nelson with a memorable ceremony of Hawaiian conch shell blowing and ending with a orchid lei exchange. Intimate marriage vows were shared. Daegan will finish off in North Carolina (Marine) and join Ashley in base Hawaii within 6 months.
Welcoming Gerali Brito and Juan Cisneros. Together for nine years decided on January 18, 2018 as their special day along with their son Tre. Magic Island simple wedding by Reverend Mike Nelson. The beautiful Geraldi cried as they gave their vows. Their son, Tre was enjoying the windy but beautiful warm Hawaiian sunshine as he watched his parents say “I Do”.
Last but not least the gorgeous Vanessa Tyszkowski and Mathew Boat, Airforce and Navy. Sweet couple chose January 20, 2018 as their very special ceremony of Hawaii weddings on the sands of Waialae Beach. A lacey white chic dress for Ashley and stylish tan outfit for Mathew. They looked great. Happily holding hands looking forward to becoming the new Mathew and Ashley Boat. A wedding ceremony they will always remember with Rev. Mike’s beautiful intimate ceremony. A Hawaiian ceremony with the conch shell, sand ceremony, and lei exchange. Forever promise to love you forever with beautiful shiny wedding rings. What a beautiful couple.

Congratulations and Mahalo to the new Daegan Asebedo, Juan and Geraldi Cisneros and Mathew and Vanessa Boat. Hawaii weddings by A Wedding in Hawaii.

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Documenting memories of Hawaii weddings, everlasting love

Documenting memories of Hawaii weddings with a combination of still photographs and video are the most important lifetime assets of the most important day of your life. After the wedding, what reminds everyone of that special day are the rings and the precious photos and video preserving the story of your Hawaii wedding. Some times our couples are already married at home and during their honeymoon in Oahu, dreams of Hawaii weddings on the beach are fulfilled. No marriage license are needed, dreams come true leaving the planning up to a Hawaii wedding planner. For Amy Rhodes and jay Manickam they chose December 30, 2017 as their Hawaii wedding day, a Hawaiian ceremony at Magic Island. Enjoying a stress free wedding day. To share their special day in Hawaii with love ones at home, they chose a Hawaii wedding package which included limousine service, a french bouquet, lots of photographs and video, leis and sand ceremony. Enhancing the wedding package, they added a singer/guitar player and a haku head lei. Hawaiian haku head leis are made of flowers and greens for the crowning of the bride. White flowers are traditionally for Hawaii weddings. Colorful haku leis are more for celebrations of other types. A beautiful day at Magic Island Honolulu, with green Diamond Head looming in the background, with beautiful Waikiki and the sparkling Pacific ocean. Here comes the limousine with the beautiful Amy and her handsome Jay dressed so finely in wedding outfits of off white colors. Meeting them was the Reverend Mike Nelson who helped Jay tie the Haku on to Amy’s crown. Singer/guitar to serenade, the photo/video crew documents every move. The bride with a colorful purple french bouquet looked so serene standing next to her groom. The conch shell sounded, the Hawaiian wedding song begins with the couple walking into the sacred altar. The commitment of marriage, the unity sand ceremony begins followed by the Vowms of marriage and rings. The gift of Aloha, the exchange of flower leis and thoughts of love; A love song by the guitar/singer. Reverend Mike pronounces the new Jay and Amy as husband and wife on this beautiful Hawaii wedding day, December 30, 2017. After all the photo shoots, a limousine ride around Honolulu sipping champagne. Congratulatios and Mahalo for having us.

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Let us enjoy the happy Holiday Hawaii weddings

Hawaii weddings are loved all year round, we have no seasons, but ’tis the “holiday season” for Hawaii weddings during the Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years. We give thanks on Thanksgiving and decide, “hey, let’s tie the knot”. We thank what we leave behind us and start a new mixing of lives. We enjoyed three beautiful December weddings so far and share the joys with you.
On December 1, 2017 the wedding of Kamaaina couple, Lesli and Doug at Kahala Beach. So much fun with this couple and best friend of Lesli, May (sp). Lesli is from Kansas and had traveled to Korea to be her best friend’s maid of honor seven years ago, and now May is here for her wedding. For Hawaii weddings on the beach, getting a haku head lei is a lovely idea. Beautiful Lesli dressed in blue with haku head lei of white orchids made her look like a princess. A pikake lei for the bride. Doug looked very mod in off white colored outfit, a maile lei for him. A special lei for May, white and green fragrant flowers. Beautiful day, beautiful couple, a Hawaiian ceremony by our Rev. Mike Nelson. Lots of pictures for their memories. The new Doug and Lesli will dine at Kahala Hotel to celebrate with their best friend. Congratulations!
On December 2, 2017, the Hawaii wedding ceremony of Barbra and Stephen Angel was enjoyed along with their love ones. Arriving by limousine, the beautiful Barbra and Stephen of San Diego, California. The delightful and happy bride dressed in a stylish white layered dress, held a sprig of beautiful large pink orchard. The groom looked super in a white suit, just fitting for a business owner. The ceremony was performed at Kahala Beach by Rev. Mike Nelson. Escorted by her son, Barbra was given to Stephen with love. Beautiful pictures of this Hawaii wedding ceremony will be forever cherished by the new Stephen and Barbra (and their grown son and daughter). Congratulations.
Hawaii weddings, full of vibrant colors and custom outfits is rare for us, but we enjoyed one on Dec. 3, 2017 at Kahala Beach. The wedding of Mahesh Lellella and Sai Mokkala wearing colorful Indian sari’s and nehru outfits, attracted beach goers. Gold was predominant jewelries. Their friends also were dressed colorful. Sari’s of bright green, orange, purple, blue were gorgeous on the girls. A very low key Wedding ceremony by Rev. Mike Nelson. The groom serves in the US army (thankyou). Introducing the new Mahesh and Sai Lellella, a kiss on the forehead custom their culture. Congratulations and Mahalo.

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Loving couple plus two, Hawaii weddings

Loving couple plus two, Hawaii weddings. What does this mean? We share so many romantic and happy stories of our Hawaii weddings and Hawaii vow renewals, some usual, some unusual. With one very happy and funny story of pouring rain as the bride and groom was about to say their vows. They took it so well laughing and having so much fun. There is nothing you can do with nature, but proceed with the cheering and whooping. Denae Clay and Michael Broerman found they were pregnant with twin, girl and a boy. What a wonderful story so thus “Loving couple plus two, Hawaii weddings” was born. Moving up the current date of a wedding in Hawaii to November 13, 2017 as a babymoon instead of a honeymoon in March 2018. What a great idea, we fell in love with this radiantly happy and friendly couple immediately. A quiet Hawaii weekend of Aloha, ending the trip with a Hawaii wedding ceremony, just the four of them, which begins a new chapter in their lives. Magic Island on the opposite side of the historic Diamond Head is a gorgeous ocean view with beautiful green trees and grass for the alter. Beautiful Denae looked like a princess with a colorful haku head lei, her prince Michael with the fragrant Hawaii maile lei was full of happiness. The Reverend Michael Nelson presented a memorable Hawaii wedding ceremony incorporating the wonderful story about their marriage. All the laughter and Aloha between us made the ceremony so enjoyable. Enjoying the unity sand ceremony uniting all four of them was precious. Sealed with the beautiful rings and vows, the flower lei exchange and kisses, finally made them officially married in the State of Hawaii. Wonderful stories of Hawaii weddings are so memorable. Congratulations and best of luck and Aloha to the new Michael and Denae.

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Romantic Hawaii weddings, dream do come true

The dream of being the star of Hawaii weddings, prince and princess on stage with a beautiful beach scene with panoramic view of the Pacific ocean, glittering blue-green. It could be you. Twelve years ago Diana Jakob and Bob Shook met on October 26, a beautiful friendship and love enjoyed. She finally said, yes, I will love you forever. Planning a dream wedding in Hawaii is not easy from far away in Michigan. Luckily for us, finding us on the internet search for Hawaii weddings they contacted us. So many Hawaii wedding planners, who to select? Trust, reputation, experience are key points. Check with the Hawaii business bureau, they have the most accurate information. Just ask about Hawaii weddings and their recommendations goes a long way. Diana and Bob decided to have us plan their dream wedding. Knowing what she wanted for her dream Hawaii wedding made it so easy to help her with the location and Hawaii wedding package. Choosing the Plumeria plus package which included the limousine and the Magic Island location was a smart choice. Staying at the Ilikai Hotel which is right outside of Waikiki, not many miles from Magic Island. The limo picked them up at their hotel door and whisked them to Magic island where we met the beautiful bride and groom. Reverend Mike greeted the couple with Aloha. Beautiful in white, hair so perfect, orange manicured nails, and a bouquet of orange blossoms of roses, we present Diana. Handsome and debonair Bob in creamy white and a matching hat. Hats are his passion as the color orange is for Diana. A gorgeous Hawaiian day, a memorable Hawaii wedding ceremony with conch blowing, unity sand ceremony and flower lei exchange. The memories of this day captured on photo image will be treasured forever. As they repeated their vows memories of their twelve years together made them smile with happiness. A special date indeed, October 26, 2017, it all began 12 years ago. This is a new beginning, away they go, the limousine providing celebratory champagne. Congrats and Mahalo, Diana and Bob.

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Hawaii weddings at Waimanalo Bay Beach Sherwood Forest

Our Hawaii weddings at beautiful Waimanalo Bay Beach are cherished with memories of love and intimacy regardless of “just the two of us” or with many loved ones to share your day with you. The Hawaii wedding of Aisa Camacho and Javaughn Johnson was on October 18, 2017 at Waimanalo Bay Beach. They are such a beautiful and happy couple who could not stop smiling with happiness. Arriving with their loved ones mostly dressed in white. Aisa, gorgeous with a colorful floral Haku head lei, white bridal gown and pearl bracelet. Javaughn, so handsome dressed casually in all white. The arrival and getting acquainted with the Reverend Michael Nelson who delighted everyone there. Beautiful ocean turquoise green today, waves washing on the beached, little islands in the background past the beaches of Bellows Airbase. Walking in the sand with a little breeze in the air. A simple family style (Hawaiian Ohana) of Hawaii weddings are our forte and we are proud of each and everyone of our professional vendors. Reverend Michael begins by greetings of Aloha and introduces the meaning of the conch shell blowing. Each Hawaii ceremony (Hawaii weddings or Hawaii vow renewals) always begins with the conch blown by our minister. Aisa and Javaughn are so in love that happiness engulfs them with miles. They are perfect portrait candidates, they flow smoothly together. The commitment, the vows of marriage and vows of ring acceptance, a deep and romantic ceremony. The blessings. The unity sand ceremony, and finally the gift of Aloha, the traditional Hawaiian lei exchange. What a beautiful romantic ceremony for a really nice couple. He is from North Carolina and just got out of the service, she is from San Antonio, Texas and still serving our country. Thank you so much for that. They had a sign that said “Mr and Mrs to announce their union. Dining at Sheraton Moana Beach house, fine dining. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us. You are lovely people.

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Hawaii weddings so intimate

Love is universal, Hawaii weddings are universal. We enjoy planning weddings and vow renewals for lovely couples from all over the world. Our Hawaii weddings and Hawaii vow renewals are planned with our caring love, on the island of Oahu. We limit our locations to three Oahu beach-parks, Waimanalo Bay Beach, Waialae Beach Park (Kahala Beach), and Magic Island at Ala Moana Park. Our specialty and love are small groups with a family style (Ohana) Hawaii weddings. Although our market of Hawaii weddings wide spread and extremely competitive, we strive for simple and small. Archways on the sand are not available with us for legal reasons. The biggest recommendation for couples who have beach/park weddings, have your hair styled up, Hawaii beaches are windy. On September 20, 2017 it was a super lovely day at Ala Moana Magic Island, but a bit windy. Szu-Yun “Siky” Wang and Man Ho “Peter” Cheung has been together for twenty lovely years. Via Hong Kong to Taiwan, and presently the United States, this lovely and sweet couple has made a beautiful life together with many businesses they managed and own during the years together. Peter is now happily retired and decided it was time to tie the knot. Here they are in Hawaii having some fun for a while, renting a condo in Honolulu. They arrived dressed smartly casual with floppy hats, so cute. The floppy hats were a lifesaver because of the wind, no problem with hair flying for the photos. Reverend Michael Nelson got them married with a simple wedding ceremony, Silky looked great with a double white and purple orchid lei. The nicest couple they are. Congratulations to the new Peter and Silky. Mahalo and Aloha.

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Our Hawaii weddings for those serving our country

Hawaii is fortunate to have so many military bases and services.  Hawaii weddings are one of the most precious and treasured times for these loving couples who are apart most of the time. Many couples decide to have Hawaii weddings so they can carry on their loving memories as they travel to different bases. Many get married before deployment, but many have their spouse to be fly over, have the wedding and honeymoon in Hawaii. In the years past we have enjoyed meeting so many of our men and women serving our country and had the joy of planning their weddings. Most of these were from the Marine corp branch of service. Johnnie Stubbs is a proud US marine stationed in Hawaii, and will be transferred after Christmas to another base with his wife.  His bride to be beautiful smiling Kristen Amato ran away from the Hurricane in Florida to be with him. Thus, Hawaii weddings on the beach. Of course when he planned this beautiful event, they did not expect Hurricane Irma. The love story of our Hawaii wedding ceremony Kirsten and Johnnie begins on September 14, 2017. They arrived early to Waialae Beach Park to change to their attire fit for Hawaii weddings. She is gorgeous with such beautiful smile, simply elegant in classy white dress, smartly wearing slippers to walk in the sand. He is very handsome in his dress Marine Corp uniform. What a beautiful bridal couple. Meeting our minister the Reverend Michael Nelson with the handshakes of Aloha.  A beautiful serene day for their wedding at Kahala Beach. We walk ahead as Kirsten and Johnnie held hands walking on the sand with photographer being taken as they romantically walk toward the gassy beach altar site. Intimate, serene aura and romantic wedding ceremony started with the announcement of Hawaii weddings. The call of the conch, the wedding of the Johnnie & Kirsten, a new beginning. The unity sand ceremony and the lei giving were a compliment to their beautiful wedding vows spoken over the gentle sounds of the wave. The newlyweds will enjoy the awesome memories helped by the many pictures of beauty of their wedding of Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017 at Kahala Beach. Congratulations! Mahalo for having us on your special day, and Johnnie thank you for serving our country. Have a fantastic life together. Aloha.

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Just the two of them Hawaii weddings

Getting married away from home can be a romantic and intimate one. Hawaii weddings, some like it elaborate but most of our couples love the “just the two of us” wedding ceremony. These Hawaiian wedding ceremonies or Hawaii vow renewals are small without anyone, but themselves, they are able to relax, no nervousness and enjoy their quiet intimate private moments. The beauty of it all is a cozy, romantic, intimate ceremony on the beach with the gentle waves washing up on the beach. During the weekdays is the best time to choose a quiet ceremony at the beach when there are few people on the beach. This is exactly what our sweet couple from Sheboygan, Wisconsin chose. On September 5th, 2017 Tuesday, the day after the busy labor day weekend, a perfect day. Tammy Yenger and Richard Platfoot arrived early excited for their special day. She was gorgeous in a off white satin gown, with the french bouquet highlighted with beautiful tropical flowers with white and lots of purple. Richard had a matching purple orchid bout on his shirt, he was smartly dressed in casuals,  Hawaii weddings for us we usually have a photo session after the ceremony, however in this case we did it before the wedding ceremony since they arrived early.  Hawaii weddings “just the two of them” began with our minister, Reverend Michael Nelson’s arrival. After having fun joking and getting acquainted we viewed the beauty of this Hawaiian day, it was so clear we could see the next two island on the horizon (Maui, Lanai), a perfect day for a romantic, intimate wedding. They set up a cell phone to transmit live,  so their love ones could watch the ceremony. It was a very romantic and intimate wedding ceremony with the conch shell blown by Rev. Mike, the unity sand ceremony followed by the vows and ring ceremony. Finally the blessing and exchange of leis with words for each other ” just between you and me”. Congratulations to the new Richard and Tammy Platfoot. This  beautiful couple will be celebrating their reception back home this weekend. Mahalo so much for having us. Aloha.

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