A response to reading an article on google written in 2013 about Hawaii weddings which did not cut the ice of promised Hawaii weddings in Paradise. What is Paradise? It depends on each individual outlook. A perfect paradise without modern facilities or noise is definitely not Waikiki or Honolulu. The country side of Oahu, like the North Shore or the outer island of Kauai, Maui, the Big Island of Hawaii. or Lanai is probably what most people feel would be Paradise. However everywhere you go, nothing is perfect. Our Hawaii weddings are carefully planned according to how the couple”s wants and desires. Our love and our deepest Aloha is our main ingredient for planning our Hawaii weddings. Most of our couples visits the wedding location chosen when they arrive in Oahu, which is an excellent idea. A beach wedding location usually is located at a park with beach area and public access, weekdays are best for wedding ceremonies with very few people. If traveling on a limited budget, there are no fees, we absorb the permit charge. A private secluded location are definitely not cheap to use. In order to avoid disappointment, do a lot of research, use your judgement and gut feelings on the real thing and the over embellished. “Trust” of a wedding planner chosen for planning Hawaii weddings is very important, speaking to many of them often helps you to guess their character. Check with the Hawaii Better Business Bureau, most of us are A+ rated. Go with a planner who will be at your wedding to meet you with ALOHA. We at A wedding in Hawaii thank you for your attention and hope these tips help you. “Just a you and me” wedding is already Paradise to me. Mahalo!by
We love our jobs creating beautiful, memorable Hawaii weddings for our beautiful couples on their very special day. Whatever the Hawaiian elements bring us, sometimes with rain, drizzles of damp love, or beautiful sunny days, breezy days, still, the love exists together for a stress free and happy memories created. What a day it was on June 11, 2017 at Waialae Beach Park. The wedding of Bernadette Sollman and Brian Schultz from Dayton, Iowa was enjoyed even on a day of Hawaiian holiday with a crowded beach. This exotic bride, beautiful with her husband to be arrived via super stretch limousine looking so stylish and elegant. Well dressed for the occasion, Mom, Dad, sister and two beautiful teen daughter and son joined them. to help support the couple. Everyone arrived together in the limousine. Our photo crew were there from the very beginning to capture the moments, along with Reverend Michael Nelson. The bridal bouquet of dark pink rose blossoms and white hydrangea as gorgeous with her stylish fitted gown. The groom with a matching stylish outfit of trousers and vest. The entire ceremony were captured on photo and live video taping. On the sandy dunes over looking a spectacular view, Reverend Mike sounded his conch twice as the bride and groom walked up the aisle to the altar. The Aloha and congratulations were extended as the loved ones watched with smiles. Traditionally, our Hawaii weddings always include some Hawaiian language but mostly performed in English. The ceremony started with their commitment to enter into this marriage to love each other forever. The meaning or the symbolism of the beautiful sand ceremony was expressed by Rev. Mike, combining their lives past, present and future. The best part of Hawaii weddings, the Vows and sealing it with the ring exchange. Holding hands looking into each other’s eyes, they said “I do”. Blessing of the rings and blessing of the couple in marriage. Finally the gift of Aloha, lei ceremony with cheek kissing. Presentation of the new Bernardette and Brian Schultz. A slight rain during the signing of the certificate, but it is a sign of good luck. Congratulations and thank you so much for having us. Thank you for choosing Oahu, Hawaii for your special day.
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A wedding in Hawaii June weddings on the beach, what fun it is. Hawaii weddings in full bloom this month, love is definitely in the air. Fun and celebration at Duke’s in Waikiki at the Outrigger after their wedding ceremony. From Charlotte, North Carolina, Tiffany Ellis and Christoper Burnette chose June 2, 2017 to get married at Magic Island in Honolulu. They arrived in Honolulu with their friends, however wanted to be just the two them for the ceremony since all their love ones could not come to Hawai. Hawaii weddings for “just the two of them”, are so very intimate and romantic, they become lost within them selves as they repeat their vows. Tiffany looked lovely in a creme back ground with large purple orchid dress. Christopher looked great and wore a orange Aloha shirt with white trousers. Reverend Michael Nelson had the honor of getting these two wonderful couple married. Blowing of the conch was enjoyed by Tiffany and Chris, very different for them, but very typical of all Hawaii weddings held on the beach. The commitment to go into this relationship called marriage, each accepted and promised their love and devotion. A beautiful day, wind a bit brisk, diamond head in the background they held hands, looked into each others eyes. lost in their aura and vowed to love each other forever. Beautiful rings, gift of love. Beautiful flower leis, gift of Aloha. They are then pronounced the new Christopher and Tiffany Burnette. Congratulations and thank you so much for having us. Enjoying their honeymoon they sail on the island cruise ship Pride of America tonight June 3, 2017. Enjoy your time on the outer islands. A wedding in Hawaii bid you Aloha.
Hawaii weddings planned by weddings in Hawaii a blast from Poland to Hawaii. A twelve hour flight with family in tow, a surf board with “just married” sign, this fun family of Marta Rybicka and Dariusz Zawislak all prepared to get married in Honolulu, Hawaii. Their two beautiful little girls were dressed in casual Aloha wear and so were the bride and the groom in surf shorts. Such a happy family arrived at the park on May 25, 2017 to be united in matrimony by Reverend Michael Nelson. With the high surf tide, the sands of Kahala beach was wet with waves crashing. Fortunately we were able to use the garden area above the banks of the sea, a altar by the sea we use for our Hawaii weddings. As Marta and Dariusz stood at the grassy altar, holding hands, everyone watched and listened to the conch shell blown by Reverend Mike, as a welcome to the Aloha of Hawaii weddings. Most of our Hawaii weddings are in English incorporated with Hawaiian language and Hawaiian customs. Some are in other languages as requested, we do have Japanese, Chinese speaking ministers as well as some Hawaiian/English speaking ministers. Giving their consent to the wedding commitment to enter into marriage, Marta and Dariusz looked deeply into each other’s eyes smiling and glancing at their two daughters. Beautiful words of love as they vowed to love each other forever. The rings shined, twinkling in the sun as they were blessed before being placed on their fingers. Hawaii weddings always ends with the blessing of the flower leis and blessing of their marriage. The leis were wrapped around their hands clasped together while they were blessed. Before the presentation of leis which is a symbol of the gift of Aloha, each vowed their love for each other, take care of their children forever, and thanked each other. The sand ceremony mixing their lives together were part of their promise. With great joy, Rev Mike announces the new Marta and Dariusz. Congratulations and Mahalo. We enjoyed meeting you and your family. Aloha.
She looked like a Hawaiian princess about to bestowed as queen of Hawaii weddings. What a handsome couple. We honor this beautiful couple among all the Hawaii weddings happening today, they bring sunshine and light up the beauty of Hawaii. Announcing the wedding ceremony of Ceci Cabello and Bob Merkel from Miramar, Florida on this beautiful day, May 22, 2017 at Kahala Beach. Ceci, a beautiful lady adorned in white chiffon gown, a Cuban beauty, Bob. handsome also in all white casual attire. A french bouquet mostly of white fragrant roses, and other white flower cluster, highlighted by dark purple, a prefect match for her pure white, soft, flowing gown. Meeting the Reverend Michael Nelson happily ready and excited with so much love for this special day. Ceci’s hair was beautiful and tight to take care of the tradewinds we have in Hawaii. Our recommended hair dresser, Beverly K.. is the best and very familiar with with the elements of Hawaii. Born and raised in Hawaii is a huge plus. She had been a huge contribution to many Hawaii weddings for eons. We begin this journey of marriage with Ceci and Bob strolling hand in hand in the sand, near the shores of Waialae Beach. A beautiful green, grassy spot/garden a few feet above the high tide of waves splashing, their wedding altar. The sounding of conch shell by Reverend Mike, an announcement used to present most beach Hawaii weddings. The commitment of marriage, beginning with the sand ceremony followed by the most important part of Hawaii weddings, the VOWS, promise of I will love you forever. Beautiful rings, offering of love, Hawaiian blessing upon Ceci and Bob with the traditional lei exchange ceremony. We welcome the ever lovely queen Ceci and King Bob, the Hawaii newly weds, Ceci and Bob Merkel. Congratulations, a pleasure to help made your special day memorable. Mahalo and Aloha.
Choosing Hawaii, especially on the island of Oahu, for Hawaii weddings with fun loving wedding professionals make your special day so memorable. No stress, friendly life time Hawaii residents with lots of Aloha and Love to spread, you celebrate the event walking away smiling and laughing. On May 16, 2017, a fun loving couple from Reno, Nevada, Christine Hedrick and Jonathan Wallace arrived at Waialae Beach Park, holding hands smiling and laughing.from the very beginning. Paradise Hawaii weddings in mind, they walked strolling down the sandy beach of Kahala Beach. Strolling next to the shore line with a gorgeous view as they had envisioned the dream of Hawaii weddings near the beach. As they met our minister Reverend Michael Nelson, and the rest of our friendly fun loving Kamaainas. Joking and laughing continued through out the prelude of their ceremony. A small intimate wedding under a couple of coconut tree, Christine and Jonathan were relaxed and beaming with happiness, as Jonathan’s ever loving contagious laughter echo with the soft sound of waves on the sand. Seriously beginning the ceremony with two sets of conch shell blowing. As they committed to this ceremony called marriage, locking eyes with smiles. We begin the ceremony by performing the unity sand ceremony, the combining of their lives of yesterday, today and the future as they enter into this union. Vows made to each other with love Continuous photos taken during the entire ceremony, but they were unaware as they were having a delightful happy, fun time. As Jonathan brought out the beautiful rings, he dropped one of them and there was a burst of laughter. It was a good thing, it was a grassy area and not sandy. Blessing the rings they will exchange and wear forever. Their marriage was blessed by Rev. Mike with the leis entwined onto their clasped hands. Gifts of Aloha, giving of the leis. Presenting the new Christine and Jonathan, husband and wife, married this beautiful Hawaiian day. Of course the ceremony ends with lots of laughter from the happy couple. Congratulations and Mahalo for having a fun and joyous wedding. As we sat, let’s have fun, enjoy Hawaii weddings, you will have fun. Super meeting this beautiful couple.
Hawaii weddings, May 15, 2017, it is Monday, a beautiful sunny Hawaiian day although forecast of showers loomed through out the day. Waimanalo Bay Beach Sherwood forest, beautiful white sandy beach with miles of blue/green water, capped with white waves. A beautiful day for Hawaii weddings. A few Hawaii weddings are happening spaced apart by miles of sandy beaches. But today for our Hawaiian wedding ceremony of Akane Motoyoshi and King Watson will be intimately, romantic with just the two of them, locked in the world of their own with the just the sound of the waves washing up on the sand. What a beautiful and nice couple, so friendly and so in love. Although beautiful, it was a bit breezy, helping Akane to pin away flying wisp of her beautiful ebony hair. Akane looked so happy wearing a casual dress and checkered shoes with heels. King looked formal with white shirt, tie and khaki trousers. Reverend Michael Nelson cranked up his conch shell with a welcome sound. Holding hands, looking into each other’s eyes, they promised to commit to the vows of their marriage. Traditionally for our Hawaii weddings, a sand ceremony precedes the vows, with two bottles of sand combine into one pouch. This ceremony indicates the combining of their lives before, present and the future. A beautiful intimate ceremony. (the groom indicated his pleasure for this ceremony). The vows of marriage as they held hands facing each other, so romantic. The feeling of love was felt by us, as they repeated their ” I do”. The beautiful gold rings so brilliant in the sun, were blessed as they were raised above their heads before exchanging. Blessings of the leis which are gifts of Aloha, they each gave their love and thank you in a private message. A beautiful wedding, perfection of weddings in Hawaii by Rev. Mike. “I know pronounce you husband and wife”. Congratulations to the Akene and King Watson. They live in Hawaii, but King travels between Oklahoma & other places for his FAA job, Mahalo so much for having us. You are a great couple, much Aloha to you.
Hawaii weddings on the sandy beaches of Oahu, and their honeymoon afterwards. This was the dream come true. Beautiful couple from Arizona, Casler Champlin and Jebreel Dalati, chose April 29, 2017 as their special day. What beautiful names they enjoy having.. A day with showers in the forecast, they arrived early at Waialae Beach Park, just in case to try and beat the rain. They did not need to worry, it turned out to be a nice day for theirs and all the Hawaii weddings at Waialae and Kahala beach. Casler, beautiful in her bridal gown with a bustling train, her long veil beautiful, specially hand made by her grandmother. Reverend Michael Nelson has arrived to meet and instruct the bride and groom about the process of their ceremony. The sky had cleared to show case a hazy but beautiful scenic background of Kokohead and the ocean. On a very clear day, in the midst of softness the islands nearest to Oahu can be seen. (Lanai and Molokai). but not today. Our enjoyment of Hawaii weddings is about to begin. Holding hands, smiling, they react to the blowing of the conch by Reverend Mike. Announcement of a very special thing about to happen. The promise, pledge of commitment they are about to make, called marriage, The I do, loud and clear as the sound of waves washed on the sand. Performing the unity sand ceremony is symbolic to mixing and combining of their past, present and future life. As they faced each other, lovingly looking into each other’s eyes, Casler an Jebreel repeated their marriage vows. Rings of brilliance were blessed and exchanged. The blessing of the leis, then love, with their own vows to each other. A very intimate and romantic moment just the two of them. The Rev. Mike now presents the new Casler an Jebreel Dalati! Congratulations and much Mahalo. So nice to meet you. Aloha.
,Hawaii weddings are not suppose to be rainy, but sometimes Mother nature prevails. The love and happiness of this beautiful couple did not dampen this special day April 28, 2017 for them. Jessica Harte an Darrel Kidd, their daughter and their parents were so full of laughter and happiness. They all arrived at Waimanalo Bay Beach, while the rain was up in the mountains of Koolau. Beautiful Jessica, hair and makeup artistry, wedding dress so chic and flowing. Beautiful fragrant pink roses covered her bridal french bouquet. Daughter dressed in white, so pretty, although tired, agreed to wear her white orchid haku head lei. A princess at her parents wedding. Darrel looked cool in his gray vested outfit. Leis and boutonnieres were presented to their love ones, Moms and Dads. The beginning of Hawaii weddings would start with a bridal entrance walking in the sand, or some prefer not to walk down the aisle. It is your day, your choice. Rain is just a drizzle as Jessica escorted by her Dad, walks down the aisle to meet Darrel and Reverend Michael Nelson. Although heavier showers came, like a blessing, a beautiful memorable wedding ceremony by Reverend Mike. With the waves crashing on the white sand, Rev. Mike blew the conch loud and clear to announce the beginning of the marriage ceremony. The commitment to each other before the vows, the unity sand ceremony, the vows, the ring exchange, the moment of love and thank you to each other sealed with the gift of love, exchange of leis. Amid heavy showers, happiness as they were pronounced the new Jessica and Darrel. So much happiness and laughter, what a couple, what a fine family. Hawaii weddings with forever memories, all preserved on film too. Hawaii weddings Video story to always treasure. Hawaii has showers on the beach hat come and go, but rarely pours. We thank you for being so accepting, so happy and took everything in stride. Enjoy your honeymoon, we will never forget you or this day. Aloha.
We were delighted to have another loving couple to join our Hawaii weddings Ohana. Wonderful couple from Maryland, Latoya Terry and Richard Lamb chose Waimanalo Bay Beach on Oahu to complete their dream come true, to say I will love you forever. With a down pour on the way to this beautiful wedding spot, we were worried they would not see the beauty they expected but the rain cleared. The best part was as they entered the beach area, the sun began to shine, what a beautiful scene. Richard quoted “this is what we dreamed of”, vast white sandy beach, blue-green ocean, white surf, well know little islands in the background, a perfect location for Hawaii weddings. Beautiful Latoya, fashionably dressed in a lacy gown, with a haku head lei, looking like a princess. What a happy loving couple. Handsome Ricky looked cool in white and tan outfit with trousers rolled up. Ricky lived and worked in Hawaii for our years before moving to Maryland. His hanai uncle joined us during the photo session. A gorgeous french bouquet white, purple and green flowers matching her haku. A purple orchid bout. for Richard, a perfect wedding portrait in the making of a beautiful bridal couple. The Reverend Michael Nelson will present and honor them to our Hawaii weddings Ohana. Blowing of his conch shell, the Hawaii dream come true wedding of Latoya and Richard begins. Commitment to accept each other in marriage with vows of I will love you forever were confirmed. Hawaii weddings for our marriage ceremony always includes the poring of sand into one container called the Hawaiian sand ceremony to blend their past, present and future together. They will continue to fill this commitment to eventually add their children to come. Their child to come in months to come is present for this ceremony to join our Hawaii weddings Ohana. Beautiful wedding vows, rings sparkling in the sun, Moment of words of love and thank you were exchanged before their offering of the gift of love. The beautiful fragrant Maile lei for Ricky and white orchid lei for his bride were symbols of gift of Aloha. Presenting the new Latoya and Richard Lamb. Their dream come true, welcome to our Hawaii weddings Ohana. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us.by