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.