Romantic young couple’s beautiful Hawaii wedding ceremony

At a early age of twenty one or twenty two, enjoying a romantic Hawaii wedding can be awesome but overwhelming at times. Putting trust onto a Hawaii wedding planner was a wise move for Courtney and Dalton. All the way from Kentucky where they live, Hawaii was the place to start their married life together. We were fortunate to have earned their trust to plan their wedding. This very young but matured couple  who at an early age has established their successes through hardship in their life.  Success in life without  family help is to be applauded.  Choosing the largest Hawaii wedding package we offer, again they made a wise decision, giving them all the wedding innemities they wanted in their once in a lifetime Hawaii wedding.  The night before the wedding, Courtney and her Aunt made their jeweled footwear with beads of white and pink.  Day of the wedding began with hair and makeup sessions.  October 20, 2018, beautiful Hawaiian weather at Waialae Beach Park. Dalton was not going to see Courtney in her wedding dress, so he and his Uncle arrived earlier. They both wore khaki walking shorts and white long sleeve shirt.  The beautiful Courtney and her maid of honor, Aunty arrived on a white limousine greeted by our singing/ukulele player and minister Reverend Michael. Our camera and video crew were busily getting the Hawaii wedding party arriving, A white cascade bouquet full of white roses and sprays of light violet/white orchid for high lighting of the bridal gown.  Waiting at the sandy altar, Dalton faced the ocean, then turned around as Reverend Michael  blew the conch. The Hawaiian wedding song by Baron brought Courtney up the aisle to the smiling Dalton. Their married life together will soon be authentic, official, beginning life in Hawaii moving forward, a family. The Hawaiian sand ceremony is the beginning of their wedded life, mixing and blending forward. Romantic vow ceremony with beautiful rings and to treasure the blessings of their marriage. The gorgeous purple double orchid leis for the traditional lei exchange ceremony sealed the vows as the new Dalton an Courtney. A  Hawaiian wedding to be forever cherished with memories reserved in video and tons of photographs. Celebration begins as they cruise in the limousine sipping champagne. Continue celebration at night at the famous Hy’s steak house in Waikiki.. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us. wedaloha.commmmm

 

 

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Our daughters were present for our beautiful Hawaii wedding ceremony

We enjoyed a romantic and beautiful Hawaii wedding for Olga and Kirk of Tucson, Arizona on June 1, 2018. Olga has two beautiful grown daughters and it meant the world to have their blessing and presence at the Hawaii wedding ceremony to Kirk. Of course they were there, smiling happily. Kirk and Olga are a tall and beautiful, handsome couple, so much love between them, it can be contagious watching them. She was dressed in a white slim fitting gown and he was stylish in cream colored outfit. Their daughters Rachel and Anna were beautiful in their tropical long dresses. Olga and Kirk had written their own vows to each other, and those are usually read during the lei exchange ceremony. Reverend Mike has his own vows during the ceremony. These words of marriage vows were preserved on a beautiful hand made card as a wedding memento. Rachel and Anna were involved in the ceremony helping with the rings and the cards with the vows. Kirk was jokingly offered to blow the conch shell. Reverend Mike blew his conch twice to announce the important event about to happen. The sand in the two glass vials represents the lives of Olga and Kirk individually from the past and present. By combining the sands lives will be blended into the future of their lives going forward. This Hawaiian sand ceremony is as memorable as the marriage vows you have written and avow out loud. As Rachel and Anna stood supporting their parent’s marriage, the brisk tradewind passed over the toes in the sand. The new Kirk and Olga will celebrate as a new family by going on a fine dining dinner cruise past Diamond head. Fireworks will be enjoyed watching from the sea. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us on your very special day.

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Hawaii gay weddings

Hawaii weddings for all couples are available by most Hawaii wedding planners. Since becoming legal in 2013, Hawaii has become a favorite place for gay couples to get married and honeymoon. Having a lot of wedding planners who do plan gay weddings, it is more difficult to find a minister who perform gay Hawaii weddings. For us, most of our couples are straight couples, when we do get gay bookings we can tell by their first names. Sometimes, there is no indication from the booking that they are looking for a gay wedding ceremony. When booking, we advise them to indicate as such. Fortunately, the wedding of Sandra and Mikesa was a great success and they were happy as a lark with our last minute minister. Our regular minister arrived, but had to recuse himself, he did that in a very professional manner. In the mean time, another Hawaii wedding planner who we are acquainted with was there for her wedding. She agreed to wed Sharon and Mikesa, but had to wait for her wedding to wrap up. What a lucky break, and our couple was happy to wait. Sandra and Mikesa had chosen December 31. 2017 as their Hawaii wedding day. At Waialae-Kahala Beach on the last day of the year, we expected it to be crowded with sun bathers, but it was a beautiful serene New Years eve. They arrived by limousine, and improvised the time by doing the photography first while we waited for Reverend Leah. Sharon looked dapper in her fine suit, Mikesa was gorgeous in her form fitting creme colored lace dress. Reverend Leah has a personality that melts, beautiful smiling comforting person. Working very lovingly with Sharon and Mikesa, she made them immediately comfortable and relaxed. A intimate Hawaii gay wedding ceremony with their vows to each other, preceded by a unity sand ceremony. Rings so brilliant and sparkling with so much meaning. Pronounced the new Sharon and Mikesa, married in the state of Hawaii. Congratulations and Mahalo.

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Hawaii weddings on Oahu

Mitos’c’ if Love in Polish, as Aloha is in Hawaii. Hawaii weddings on the beaches of Oahu are enjoyed throughout the year, with the weather pretty much agreeable throughout the year. Planning Hawaii weddings from afar can be difficult, a lot of trust and communication must be established between the wedding couple and the planners of Hawaii weddings. Rely heavily on the Hawaii Better Business Bureau to authenticate the wedding company you choose. Once that is done, it is pretty much getting to know your planner and their offering and trusting them. Joanna Domsat and Omar Bajraszewski from Poland chose us to help them plan a Paradise wedding package for their Hawaii wedding on July 6, 2017. Choosing Waialae Beach or Kahala Beach on the sandy South shores of Oahu with a scenery of blue ocean and distant small islands. Limousine service for our Hawaii weddings, couples get picked up at their hotel in Waikiki. Packages include two hours from time pickup to dropoff, allowing one hour at the wedding site and half hour each for pick up/return to hotel. For all Hawaii weddings timing is critical since all ministers have other weddings to serve. Joanna and Omar, so smartly dressed, arrived with their daughter and love ones together on the limousine. The photographic and film crew were there to greet them and document their special day. A gorgeous pink french bouquet for beautiful Joana. What a elegant couple. The altar were decorated on the sand with the circle of love ( decorative greens with twist of pikake white lei entwined and draped with many  purple orchid leis). Reverend Michael Nelson open all Hawaii weddings with the conch shell blow. A beautiful and memorable wedding ceremony for Joanna and Omar, the memories they will cherish forever with their many pictures and video of their special day. They had so much fun there and returned to spend time sunning, swimming the very next day at the same beach. Mahalo and Aloha. We had a great time sharing your special day.

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Love of planning Hawaii weddings

Our love of planning Hawaii weddings on the beach with our friendly Aloha spirited crew has brought so much love and joy to many couples around the world.  Many examples of our Hawaii weddings are on A wedding in Hawaii blog page at wedaloha.com. Loving and beautiful couple from Texarkana, Arkansas decided on a “just the two of them” Hawaiian wedding ceremony at Waialae Beach Park on the afternoon of June 5, 2017. Beautiful, photogenic bride Emily Blackwell and handsome Quinton Love arrived escorted by limousine La Especial.  Bridal gown of white lace with a beautiful train, sexy open neck almost off the shoulder but with sleeves. Bouquet and tiara handmade with silk of pink roses.  Quinton was dressed all in all (casual) white outfit.  Met with Aloha by the Reverend Michael Nelson, this very happy couple enjoyed a briefing of their ceremony.  A romantic stroll hand in hand, they strolled across the bridge glancing at each other with happy anticipation. Beautiful photos captured from the time they arrived on the limousine, throughout the entire ceremony. Emily and Quinton chose to kick off their shoes, barefoot, toes in the warm sand for their wedding ceremony.  Our Hawaii weddings are casual and family style, no stress, just happy laughter with friendly jokes between our crew.  They watched as Rev. Mike sounded his conch shell, the call of love we cal it.  Let us begin with the promise of commitment to enter this beautiful relationship called “marriage”. With the Hawaiian sunshine, beautiful scenery and gentle waves washing on to the beach, they stood and vowed to love each other forever. Sand ceremony, beautiful glittering rings, the lei exchange gift of Aloha. They became the new Emily and Quinton Love.  Together entering into a new relationship and a family of our Hawaii weddings. Thank you so much for having us share your day. Enjoy your many pictures and your honeymoon in our Hawaii.

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Wedding in Hawaii

A Wedding in Hawaii extends our fond welcome, our 2016 New Years day wedding couple, Meghan Mueller and Carson Schultz of Honolulu, Hawaii.  Working professionals in Honolulu, this handsome couple looked so happy, holding hands as they arrived at Waialae Beach Park. A quiet wedding in Hawaii on the beach was very appealing to them, being so busy with work.  The limousine arrived, met by Rev. Kimo Taylor and Roger.  Beautiful bride, gorgeous  beaded gown,  smiling Meghan looked so happy looking at handsome Carson in his dark colored suit.  Many couples elect to write their own vows to each other, and couples are encouraged to do so for our wedding in Hawaii.  Especially special is to listen to the vows that you wrote if your wedding package included video of the occasion. Rev. Kimo Taylor honored them with a wonderful, memorable New Years wedding ceremony.  They will begin the new year being Meghan and Carson Schultz, which sounds like heaven to them.  They looked elegant standing together, her beaded gown with the train arranged to spread out in back to the left front. With Carson, chic, in dark suit next to her, a perfect picture of bride and groom. Meghan had a beautiful tropical bouquet to accept her gown.  Rev Kimo welcomed them with  Aloha.  He is of Hawaiian-German ancestry, his ceremony tones with Hawaiian/English  blessings and language.  To begin with the blending of two lives to come together, the participation of  a unity sand ceremony was enjoyed.  Their own vows were exchanged with deep love, sharing and devotion. Followed by the Rev. Kimo’s ceremony of taking each other to be husband and wife forever. ” I DO”. The rings, circle of no end, blessed, looking into each other’s eyes, accept this ring….the beautiful Hawaiian ceremony, universal to all. Flower leis, a gift of love, traditional Hawaiian style. A wedding in Hawaii, beautiful day, gorgeous happy couple.  Congratulations, we are glad you loved the pictures, which you already received, enjoy and share. They spend the week end quietly at a Kaneohe Bed and Breakfast Inn. Mahalo for choosing A wedding in Hawaii for your special day.

 

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Beautiful Hawaiian wedding

Beautiful couple Karen Chan and Bill Kring enjoyed a beautiful Hawaiian wedding on June 28, 2014 at Kahala Beach. The weather was beautiful, the setting chic with altar and chairs with the color Coral in mind. The couple arrived via limousine and their many guests arrived on a private bus, happily greeted by photographer and videographer and minister. Rev. Mike Nelson welcomed all and provided a quick rehearsal as a part of their Hawaii wedding packages. The bridal party was beautiful.  The bride dressed in a gorgeous white bridal gown held a tear drop white bouquet, her girls dressed in coral colored dresses held matching french bouquets.  The groom and guys were dressed in summer wedding attire with coral bouteniere. Leis were given out to love ones like in other Hawaii weddings. As Bill and his groomsmen awaited for the processional, Rev. Mike sounded the conch shell, with Sharene playing the harp. The bridesmaids started the walk and here comes the bride escorted by her parents as the guest stood up. Meeting at the alter, lots of kisses.  A beautiful Hawaiian wedding ceremony by Rev. Mike Nelson. A blessing of the couple, the rings, the leis. A wedding vow so precious and intimate. A traditional lei exchange of love in all weddings in Hawaii, the signing of the decorative wedding certificate.  This special moments all documented by photos and video.  What a love story it was. After many photo shoots, the limo ride with champagne to the reception at the Royal Hawaiian hotel.  It was great meeting you and your family. You  are wonderful people with class. Mahalo for having us be part of your beautiful Hawaiian wedding. Please return for your Hawaii vow renewals. Aloha.

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Oahu beach wedding planners

Aloha and welcome from, A Wedding in Hawaii, Oahu beach wedding planners.  It was a pleasure to be part of a very special day for Marquita Willaims and Devon Capers of Raleigh, No. Carolina.  A Oahu beach wedding with a few special friends on May 16, 2014 at Waialae Beach was enjoyed by all. Rev. Mike Nelson officiated with his Aloha Hawaiian welcome and a special wedding vows for the couple.  The blessings, the traditional lei exchange ceremony of weddings in Hawaii, what a very intimate Oahu beach wedding they will always treasure. All the photos from their Hawaii wedding packages will be a forever reminding them of the happiness felt this day. If getting married away from home, although this was a simple wedding you will always feel confident to have, in this case check out any Oahu beach wedding planners when considering Hawaii weddings.  Congratulations to the new Marquita & Devon Capers. Oahu wedding planners in action for Hawaii vow renewals and wedding ceremonies.

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Hawaii wedding vow renewal

Couple from Staten Island loved their Hawaii wedding vow renewal in Honolulu on the beach of Kahala, October 5, 3013! After 10 wonderful years and two children, Lisa & Michael Ferber came to Hawaii to celebrate & have fun with their children at the Aulani Disney hotel on the west side of Oahu. We have had so many happy couples (families) for whom we have planned their Hawaii wedding vow renewal ceremony. Written testimonials has often mentioned memories like a second fairy tale wedding.  Rev. Michael Nelson does one the best wedding vow renewal ceremony, so personal, it takes the couple back to their original wedding day. With their children watching them take their vows again, it is priceless.  Many pictures were taken of the ceremony as well as family portraits and of course wedding vow renewal portraits of the couple.  A celebration at the Luau at Koolina was anticipated by the children.  Michael is a NYPD officer on Staten Island, he is truly a very nice policeman.  Cute Lisa is a stay home mom.  What a wonderful couple, thanks so much for having us. 20 years from now, come & have your Hawaii wedding vow renewal again. Aloha!

 

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Hawaiian wedding in Oahu

Hawaiian weddings in Oahu perfectly planned to be stress free, relaxed  & fun.  Oahu is the gathering place on the sandy beaches for a perfect wedding.  On August 1, 2013, Stacey Archbold and Scott Dolling chose a perfect package fully loaded, but affordable to celebrate their special wedding day.  Their dozen relatives/guest were there to enjoy with them, they were rewarded with fresh flower leis for each of them.  Handsome Scott arrived on the first limo with his guests, met by Rev. Mike Nelson and our singer…going down to the Kahala Beach wedding site before the bride’s arrival. Beautiful Stacey with hair/makeup done by our Beverly looked gorgeous in her long gown with puffy long train. She arrived on the second limo with the remainder of the wedding party.  Requested color of purple and white for her large bouquet (lilies, roses, lots of purple orchids) perfect for Hawaiian wedding in Oahu. With this occasion being video taped and photographed to the tune of many memorable pictures, such a affordable package can go a long way. Stacey was given away by her grandfather, as they strolled gently in the sand with the   beautiful ocean in the background.  The sounds of Hawaiian wedding music of Baron, what a romantic Hawaiian wedding, this was. Rev. Mike Nelson, did a special personalized wedding ceremony just for them.  With the blessings, the ring exchange ceremony, and concluding with a special Hawaiian wedding song and white flower lei exchange.  All the photographs, and video tapes they will take home to Australia as their memories of this special Hawaiian wedding in Oahu,  Aloha & thanks. See you again.

 

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