Our Hawaii weddings at beautiful Waimanalo Bay Beach are cherished with memories of love and intimacy regardless of “just the two of us” or with many loved ones to share your day with you. The Hawaii wedding of Aisa Camacho and Javaughn Johnson was on October 18, 2017 at Waimanalo Bay Beach. They are such a beautiful and happy couple who could not stop smiling with happiness. Arriving with their loved ones mostly dressed in white. Aisa, gorgeous with a colorful floral Haku head lei, white bridal gown and pearl bracelet. Javaughn, so handsome dressed casually in all white. The arrival and getting acquainted with the Reverend Michael Nelson who delighted everyone there. Beautiful ocean turquoise green today, waves washing on the beached, little islands in the background past the beaches of Bellows Airbase. Walking in the sand with a little breeze in the air. A simple family style (Hawaiian Ohana) of Hawaii weddings are our forte and we are proud of each and everyone of our professional vendors. Reverend Michael begins by greetings of Aloha and introduces the meaning of the conch shell blowing. Each Hawaii ceremony (Hawaii weddings or Hawaii vow renewals) always begins with the conch blown by our minister. Aisa and Javaughn are so in love that happiness engulfs them with miles. They are perfect portrait candidates, they flow smoothly together. The commitment, the vows of marriage and vows of ring acceptance, a deep and romantic ceremony. The blessings. The unity sand ceremony, and finally the gift of Aloha, the traditional Hawaiian lei exchange. What a beautiful romantic ceremony for a really nice couple. He is from North Carolina and just got out of the service, she is from San Antonio, Texas and still serving our country. Thank you so much for that. They had a sign that said “Mr and Mrs to announce their union. Dining at Sheraton Moana Beach house, fine dining. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us. You are lovely people.