A wedding in Hawaii offers wedding and vow renewal services to all couples all over the world. Everyone who come to enjoy their wedding in Hawaii find the peaceful, tranquil atmosphere of Hawaii beaches. Paul Thorsen and Todd Borowy of Las Vegas chose us to plan their wedding, we assured them Hawaii is very friendly with every type of wedding including same sex weddings. They were a bit nervous but they brought along many friends to support them though out the day. On November 11, 2015, we met the wonderful couple, Paul and Todd along with their friends, at Waialae Beach Park. We gathered speaking with Rev. Karen Mak to go over the ceremony. They signed their marriage license first before strolling over to Kahala Beach for the ceremonial agenda. All their friends were assigned a task for the wedding ceremony, a brilliant idea for it created a bond and feeling of comfort for the couple. Their friends brought many flower leis for everyone to wear for this special occasion. A special type of leis for the couple made of t-leaf and fragrant tuberose. Strolling on the sandy beach to the wedding location, photos were taken with the smiling couple soaking in the beautiful view of the beach, and distant island scene. Wedding in Hawaii at Kahala Beach have experienced the view of the island of Molokai and Maui on a clear cloudless day. Paul ad Todd looked very stylish for your wedding, dressed in dressy but casual tan Hawaiian wear. Rev. Karen opened the ceremony by a happy “Aloha” greetings. A blessing and prayer for the new union of Paul and Todd. The vows were beautiful, a reading by a member of their guest, participating parties for the blending their lives with a sand ceremony, their close friend spoke of support through their lives, rings were provided by another friend which was blessed and exchanged. Their best friends presented the special leis to them. And finally, Rev. Karen blessed them with a prayer and pronounced them the newlywed Paul and Todd. Cheers from everyone. What a nice wedding ceremony. They look so happy and finally very relaxed. Mahalo so much for having us plan your wedding in Hawaii. Aloha and enjoy all the memorable photos of joy. wedaloha.comby
A wedding in Hawaii for beautiful Eva Savala and Pat Onofrio on Sept 14, 2015. The arrival of gorgeous Eva with happy husband to be, Pat, was a sunshine of happiness. They arrived via limousine radiantly happy. They were both stylishly dressed in casual whites. Eva had chosen a chic short dress, like it was made just for her. Beautiful. She got her bouquet from the Hale Koa flower shop, fragrance of plumeria and white ginger blossoms. Rev. Michael Nelson was there to welcome them for their wedding in Hawaii. Their desire for a wedding in Hawaii on the sandy beaches were honored by having the ceremony at the Waialae Beach instead of the Kahala Beach. It was a gorgeous day, however great day for wind surfers as well. So the wind surfers in the ocean was partly a background for their wedding ceremony. But they were so happy just having fun on their wedding in Hawaii, they did not mind at all. A short but memorable wedding ceremony was provided by Rev. Mike. Beginning their life together, enjoyment of the unity sand ceremony. In accepting each other in marriage. Faith, hope and Love, the three virtues in marriage, most importantly, being Love. The commitment accepted by each, leading into the vow exchange. Raising the ring and reflecting at it as a blessing was done. Exchanging of the rings followed by the prayer for the new Eva and Pat. Flower leis were given as a gift of love . A wedding in Hawaii, another dream has come true. Much love and happiness. Fun taking portraits and many photos before they headed back sipping champagne in the limousine. They will celebrate by dinning at the Orchids at Halekulani. Congratulations and mahalo for having us. A wedding in Hawaii.
A beautiful stress free wedding in Hawaii for Jacqueline and Erik Collay from San Bernadino. A larger wedding package was chosen but they decided on a less frill wedding in Hawaii. They arrived via limousine with their many loved ones to support them. Although a little rain helped to cool the hot day, a little “take cover” happened during the picture taking. But today August 15, 2015 at Kahala Beach, they were lucky enough to have a memorable ceremony before the shower. Rev Michael Nelson worked out a special sand ceremony incorporated with our style, including a picture frame and colored sand provided by Jacqueline and Erik, to create a beautiful design. The ceremony was started with the sounding of conch shell to announce the wedding in Hawaii. Their two children walked in as flower girl and ring bearer, followed by the bride to the groom. Moms and Dads and other loved ones gathered to witness Jacqueline’s and Erik’s wedding in Hawaii Rev. Mike welcomed them and asked if they were ready to take the vow of marriage. With a ” I will” response from both, the meaning of marriage and unity was said. The beautiful sand ceremony of unity involved the couple as well as their two children creating a beautiful design of yellow, gray and white sands in a photo frame. The wedding vows to each other, holding hands looking into each others eyes, they repeated their vows after Rev. Mike. Tears of emotion, Jacqueline. Rings to exchange, a blessing with the flower leis wrapped around their clasped hands. The exchange of the gift of love with kisses on each cheek. What a beautiful couple on their wedding in Hawaii. Congratulations all around with hooting and clapping; signing of the marriage certificate to make it official. Wedding in Hawaii presents the new Jacqueline and Eric Collay. Mahalo for having us on your special day. wedaloha.comby
My wedding in Hawaii, a 27 years dream in making for Jennifer Thomas and Scott Nolan. They met in the younger days of college, but for some reason they both went their separate ways. Marriage, families, never dreaming a wedding in Hawaii someday will bring so much joy and happiness. Serving in the military and living in Hawaii has brought joy, but a wedding in Hawaii was a must since they were moving soon to Austin, Texas. A beautiful couple found Rev. Frank Mak to do their ceremony. In the mean time, he contacted us, A wedding in Hawaii to do the planning for them. We have so enjoyed making Jennifer’s and Scott’s day a special one with a love story on video that they will forever cherish. Jennifer looked gorgeous and Scott handsome. A fragrant local maile lei from Jennifer for Scott and a beautiful white and fuschia flower bouquet for Jennifer. The fuschia matched her sexy shoes. My wedding in Hawaii, a vow of their own. The Rev Frank Mak delivered a wedding ceremony they will always remember. Rev. Mak’s ceremony is on the religious side beginning with a blessing of the couple bringing them to holy matrimony. The vows are beautiful with promises never to be broken. The rings with no end, blessed to be exchanged with love. To bring them together into a life together, a unity sand ceremony was celebrated. Traditional lei exchange is always a must for a wedding in Hawaii. Rev Mak and A wedding in Hawaii now present to you Mr. & Mrs. Scott Nolan. Congratulations. Finally 27 years in the making and forever it continues. My wedding in Hawaii, a dream come thre for Jennifer and Scott. Mahalo for having us and enjoy our pics and video forever.
Wedding in Hawaii at Magic Island at Ala Moana Park, Honolulu with beautiful view of Diamond Head, June 25, 2013. It was a day of happiness for their Wedding in Hawaii along with their children’s presence got married on this beautiful day. Rev. Michael Nelson was there to personally greet the nice couple and perform a personalized wedding ceremony as their daughter & son watched. This was to be a wedding and a vacation for the family before their 18 year old son joins the U. S. Navy. They are having a great time. A Wedding in Hawaii was honored to plan a simple Wedding in Hawaii for Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Childers. Overlooking Waikiki Beach and the historic Diamond hear in the background was a sight to see. The marriage was documented with many pictures to be downloaded for their memories, and for those who could not attend, sharing through the internet. What a beautiful family from Greenbrier, Arkansas and a beautiful Wedding in Hawaii. Much Aloha to you all.
Hawaii beach weddings. Hawaii from Texas to a Hawaii beach location for their wedding. On April 20, 2013, Rosemarie Davis & Thomas Moore arrived on their limousine, beautiful and handsome ready for their very special day. It was a beautiful wedding day, with our guitar playing singer greeting the couple with the minister, Rev. Mike Nelson. A flower haku lei was placed on Rosemarie’s head with matching cascade bouquet to hold. A maile lei was presented to Thomas by Rosemarie. With the background of sparkling waters off Kahala Beach and Koko head, it was a quiet and peaceful day. A sand ceremony was celebrated along with the vows to become united. This ceremony of sand was very important to them which included a person in the family not present at the ceremony. A beautiful pink heart necklace worn by Rosemarie, was a gift from the groom to the bride. A special song was sung before and after the ceremony for the couple. White flower leis were blessed with the rings, before they were exchanged. A ceremony they will always remember with lots of photo images for their memories. They were pronounced husband & wife, a beach wedding in Hawaii. congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Moore. They both work for the VA, in substance abuse and social work. Aloha and Mahalo for sharing your day with us. Wedding in Hawaii, best planners of Hawaii beach weddings.
The KUKUI NUT LEI is authentic, beautiful, and ETERNAL. We usually use fresh orchid flower lei’s for the lei exchange during the ceremony, but it is nice to substitute the Kukui nut lei which you can have as a keepsake. Take it home, place it with your framed wedding portrait to remind you of that very special day in Hawaii. Just ask us to substitute this lei in place of the orchid leis.
A beautiful wedding it was for Julie Edmundson and Michael Woods from Alberta, Canada. July 26, 2012 at Waialae Beach, what a gorgeous day, a precious wedding celebrated with 20 of their relatives and friends in attendance. Mr. & Mrs Michael Woods exchanged vows presented by the Rev. Mike Nelson. It has been a busy week for Julie and Michael, they were fortunate to have our largest package. So
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