Hawaiian weddings

Hawaiian weddings of Aloha was selected and enjoyed by wonderful couple who originally married in Spain. ,Although they officially got married at home, they wanted the Hawaiian weddings atmosphere and a Hawaiian minister to marry them again. So,  On June 26, 2015, Laura Ruiz Conesa and Eduardo Pina arrived at Magic Island, Ala Moana Park to get married once again.  The plan according to the want of Laura, is to get married everywhere they travel to around the world.  We are here to help couples to experience the beauty of Hawaiian weddings.  Rev. Kimo Taylor, having Hawaiian heritage, perfected a personalized wedding vows for them.  He explained the meaning of Aloha in a marriage.. Alo is presence, Ha is breath. The sharing of breath.  Hawaiian weddings have many traditions.  We touch a few of them in our many Hawaiian weddings we plan.  Rev. Kimo begins this ceremony with “Take, Eduardo as your husband again and switches to Take, Laura”.  For the ring exchange Hawaiian weddings are performed the same as all other weddings. “Accept this ring once again”.  A prayer and blessing offered in the Hawaiian language with Laura and Eduardo, hands wrapped in leis, covered by Rev. Kimo’s hands.  An explanation of the floral lei by the Reverend was given,  each petal is a piece of their life to join into one circle of lei.   Rev. Kimo sounded his conch shell as they gave a long kiss.  Laura and Eduardo, Hawaiian weddings of Aloha for their memories. They were married just five days ago in Spain, they live and work in England for now.  A trip to the big island of Hawaii will be enjoyed. We are glad you chose us for your desired experience of Hawaiian weddings.  Enjoy your memories with the photos taken today.  Aloha from  A wedding in Hawaii. (www.wedaloha.com)

 

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Hawaiian weddings

What a delightful couple! They chose from many choices of Hawaii weddings on the beach, to letting us plan a complete, affordable and beautiful, stress free day for their very special day. Christina Sperling and Britton Keene, their day was Dec. 5, 2014 at Kahala Beach. Mom & Dad Keene had a lot to do with helping arrange this moment with A wedding in Hawaii.  The day began with everyone being picked up by the limousine, arriving at the Park greeted by guitar playing, photographer and video-grapher.. They were all dressed in Aloha wear, the wedding couple all in white, parents in purple.  Greeted by Rev. Mike Nelson with the Aloha of traditional weddings in Hawaii. What a memoable beginning for their Hawaiian weddings on the beach of Kahala.  A beautiful bouquet (color requested by bride) of purple, lavender, white, green of roses and orchids and a matching Boutonniere for the groom.  Hawaiian weddings on the beach documented (video) from time of arrival to when they leave on the limousine makes a love story memories. Rev. Mike wearing a Hawaiian wedding robe, blew the conch shell to welcome everyone, the singing of the Hawaiian wedding song as Christina was escorted to meet Britton.  A emotional wedding vow, ring exchange and a presentation of an heirloom bible in the Keene family beautifully gift wrapped to the couple. Traditional Hawaiian lei exchange with white orchids was a choice in the Hawaii wedding packages that they chose.  Memorable Hawaiian weddings on the beach forever for the new Christina & Britton Keene.  Mahalo & Aloha for choosing us, Christian and Britton. Choose us for planning of Hawaiian weddings or Hawaii vow renewals.

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Beach Hawaii Wedding by wedaloha.com (A wedding in Hawaii)

February 4, 2013, the day they have been waiting for has finally arrived!  Here comes the limousine with Rachel Peterson and Shawn Eccles, their little baby girl, and proud grandpa and grandma…smiling happily with the sound of ukulele in the background.  Cameras flashed away for their memories.  Rachel beautiful and radiant, Shawn tall handsome beamed with happiness.  Proud and smiling Grand pa holding the cutest little girl, with grandma beaming with pride.  Rev. Michael David Nelson greeted everyone with deep Aloha as ukulele-singer Baron Bento sang away.  They all walked to a beautiful spot on the beach (almost like their own island).  But wait, grandma rushed back to retrieve the rings in the limo.  A beautiful, sunny day with blue waters yonder (not much waves) toward Kahala with the site of a little islet in the water, and further on to Kokohead crater. They can look forward to a quiet serene wedding.  Professional singer/ukulele player, Baron Bento began the ceremony with the Hawaiian wedding song.  Rev. Mike personalized the wedding vows and ceremony for the couple.  Beautiful wedding vows to each other, blessing of the rings, an exchange of flower leis (beautiful orchids mixture of white & purple). A special song was dedicated to the newly wed by the beautiful sounds of ukulele and Baron’s singing.  Pronounced Mr. & Mrs. Shawn Eccles and signing of the license and the souvenir wedding certificate.  Kisses and hugs all around!  What a nice couple and family.  Many portraits, photos taken for them to remember their very special day.  As they had their photo session, they were been serenaded by the sounds of the uke. Rachel & Shawn are from Chico, California and he is a fireman. Happy couple, daughter and mom/dad relaxed on the limo and celebrated with some champagne.  Thank you so much for sharing your day with us.  We truly enjoyed meeting you, and Roger & Mike had a great time doing what they love to do.  Mahalo & Aloha!

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Beach Hawaii Wedding by wedaloha.com (A wedding in Hawaii)

February 4, 2013, the day they have been waiting for has finally arrived!  Here comes the limousine with Rachel Peterson and Shawn Eccles, their little baby girl, and proud grandpa and grandma…smiling happily with the sound of ukulele in the background.  Cameras flashed away for their memories.  Rachel beautiful and radiant, Shawn tall handsome beamed with happiness.  Proud and smiling Grand pa holding the cutest little girl, with grandma beaming with pride.  Rev. Michael David Nelson greeted everyone with deep Aloha as ukulele-singer Baron Bento sang away.  They all walked to a beautiful spot on the beach (almost like their own island).  But wait, grandma rushed back to retrieve the rings in the limo.  A beautiful, sunny day with blue waters yonder (not much waves) toward Kahala with the site of a little islet in the water, and further on to Kokohead crater. They can look forward to a quiet serene wedding.  Professional singer/ukulele player, Baron Bento began the ceremony with the Hawaiian wedding song.  Rev. Mike personalized the wedding vows and ceremony for the couple.  Beautiful wedding vows to each other, blessing of the rings, an exchange of flower leis (beautiful orchids mixture of white & purple). A special song was dedicated to the newly wed by the beautiful sounds of ukulele and Baron’s singing.  Pronounced Mr. & Mrs. Shawn Eccles and signing of the license and the souvenir wedding certificate.  Kisses and hugs all around!  What a nice couple and family.  Many portraits, photos taken for them to remember their very special day.  As they had their photo session, they were been serenaded by the sounds of the uke. Rachel & Shawn are from Chico, California and he is a fireman. Happy couple, daughter and mom/dad relaxed on the limo and celebrated with some champagne.  Thank you so much for sharing your day with us.  We truly enjoyed meeting you, and Roger & Mike had a great time doing what they love to do.  Mahalo & Aloha!

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Hawaii beach wedding at Waialae Beach

“They met on the internet”, became best friends and fell in love. Today, Jan. 20, 2013 at Waialae Beach they will recite their wedding vows.  Ayami Ono is originally from Japan and Christopher Won is from Hawaii.   What a very nice couple!  Greeted by Rev Mike Nelson on this beautiful sunny day, with everyone so happy and smiling.  Ayami pretty in her long white bridal gown, and Christopher, handsome in black slacks & white shirt, received a french bouquet and matching boutennier.  What a pretty bouquet of orchids, roses and mainly pale ivory and white/pinkish flowers, very soft & sultry.  Rev. Mike did a wonderful ceremony near the ocean.  Congratulations to Mr.& Mrs. Christopher Won!  Mahalo for choosing us for your very special day.  Aloha.

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Hawaii wedding planners

Carmen & Karl Edmunds wrote: We are so happy that we found A Wedding in Hawaii while searching the internet. Roger has been very helpful answering all my questions.  We do some e-mailing back & forth as well as Roger calling me & personalizing his answers to my many questions. We are booked for Aug. 23, 2013.  I feel comfortable knowing that all will be taken care of and we will have an amazing wedding.  Thanks.

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Hawaii wedding planners

Carmen & Karl Edmunds wrote: We are so happy that we found A Wedding in Hawaii while searching the internet. Roger has been very helpful answering all my questions.  We do some e-mailing back & forth as well as Roger calling me & personalizing his answers to my many questions. We are booked for Aug. 23, 2013.  I feel comfortable knowing that all will be taken care of and we will have an amazing wedding.  Thanks.

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Hawaiian wedding ceremony

Oct 19, 2012, a beautiful wedding ceremony for Lynelle Costanios and Keala Noda. Lynelle & Keala are local, from the Ewa side of Oahu. What a handsome couple, so very nice and sweet. Rev. Kimo Taylor guided Keala & his best man to the ceremony area so he could not see the bride when she arrived on the limo. Beautiful Lynelle, her gown was gorgeous and sexy, her french bouquet was a perfect match for her gown ( cream white roses, white orchids, with a slight tinge of light pink/purple tiny flowers). Their parents,
relatives & friends were there to congratulate them. Their cute little girl was the flower girl, along with the ring bearer. Dad walked Lynette down the aisle and presented her to Keala for the family. A beautiful ceremony, with their own vows, performed by the Rev. Kimo Taylor. Waialae Beach was so serene, sunny, and beautiful with the waves washing up on the sand near by. Rev Kimo blew his conch shell as Mr. & Mrs. Keala gave each other a long kiss. Many photo images, and video were captured. Arrival of the limo, the wedding ceremony, portraits and love story captured for their special day. Keala is a police officer in Oahu, Ewa district.
Congratulations, guys! Thank you so much for having us on your very special day. We will see you when you get back from vacation. The new, Mr. & Mrs. Keala Noda!

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A beautiful Hawaiian afternoon wedding for Cathy Dukes and Jimmy Payne.

A beautiful afternoon wedding for Cathy Dukes and Jimmy Payne.
Sept 4, 2012 at Waialae Beach was “the special day” for this cute and so very nice couple. Jimmy placed the beautiful floral haku lei on Cathy’s head, which looked great on her. So cute, she kicked off her slippers and went barefoot after that, to get married. Cathy and Jimmy both wore white, Cathy with a beautiful dress. A very handsome couple they are. Rev. Kimo Taylor and Roger found a very nice spot for their special moments overlooking the beautiful Kahala beach and Kokohead in the background. A lei exchange, blowing of the conch shell by Rev. Kimo ended the beautiful ceremony. Of course, can’t forget that kiss, as long as the conch shell kept blowing. What a memorable, intimate wedding for Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy Payne. Congratulations! Jimmy is a civil engineer and Cathy is, a long time Walmart management team. Hope your long trip home to Greenville, Kentucky is a good one. You will be receiving all your beautiful images soon after you get home. Aloha, it was great meeting you.

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Shannon and Matthew’s Hawaiian wedding

August 28, 2012, (an extra popular wedding date, wonder why?) was the special day chosen by Shannon Goodwin and Matthew Kaye. Although there were many weddings being performed at Waialae Beach, a nice spot was secured by Rev. Kimo Taylor. Along with parents, and a small group, a beautiful Hawaiian wedding ceremony for Shannon and Matthew! With lei exchanges and the blowing of the conch shell concluding the ceremony, many smiles and clapping. Lots of pictures were taken during and after the ceremony to recap a beautiful day. Thank you, Mahalo for sharing your day with us. aloha!

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