It is the season for couples getting engaged, a perfect time for holiday proposal and planning of Hawaii beach weddings. Sometimes when couples who are together for a long length of time, enjoy life so much that marriage gets delayed. This is what happened to Lisa McCombs and Richard Waldman. Together for nearly fifteen wonderful years, this fun loving couple decided on warm weather Hawaii beach weddings during the winter holiday months. Holiday joy and the ever feeling of deep love for each other, sparked the proposal of Richard to Lisa as lifemate. Hawaii beach weddings are perfect settings for small intimate wedding ceremonies which are affordable to all with various Hawaii wedding packages to choose from. Like most couples, whether planning on Hawaii weddings or Hawaii vow renewals, the idea is to combine ceremony and honeymoon. This idea is cost effective in many ways then getting married at home. Inviting close love ones to be with you to Hawaii is very popular, however “just the two” of you are so very romantic and intimate. Lisa and Richard chose to have a private romantic wedding just by them selves. They chose to stay at the Ala Moana hotel in central Honolulu, close to shopping centers, Waikiki and best of all near Magic Island where their Hawaiian wedding ceremony will be. Thursday, December 28, 2017, started out as a beautiful sunny day, however as the day progressed dark clouds hovered at Magic Island. Showers or downpours usually only lasts about five to ten minutes near the beach area. As our couple arrived by taxi, yes, a huge down pour. Rescued by umbrellas we made sure they stayed dry with a few moisture. Showers are considered a good luck omen before the wedding ceremony. Rain gradually diminished and Reverend Michael Nelson was there to help Richard with the crowning of beautiful Lisa with a white haku head lei. White haku is a traditional color for weddings. with the sun peaking over Honolulu’s skies Lisa and Richard, holding hands vowed to love each other forever. Finally married, sealed with a Hawaiian lei exchange and kisses. What a love wedding story to relate to their love ones. Congratulations to Richard and Lisa Waldman. Honeymoon luau cerebration in store for them. Aloha and Mahalo.