Dream come true Hawaii weddings

Life is full of Love, fun and creating dreams to come true are fun. Hawaii weddings on the beach is a dream come true for many bridal couples. Planning Hawaii weddings on your own from afar maybe more stressful then most people. The combination of Hawaii weddings and enjoying a honeymoon can become a dream come true. Taking all the stress away, just rely on a trustworthy Hawaii wedding planner. Dreams of enjoying Hawaii and a wedding in Hawaii for Janice and Terry began taking shape early this year. Janice found us on Facebook as well as our website on Google Hawaii weddings. Getting to know each other, plans for their dream to happen were happily taking shape. The bridal couple wanted a romantic “just the two of them” non religious wedding. Writing marriage vows of their own, to be incorporated during the beautiful lei exchange ceremony. June 26, 2018 was the date chosen for their dream come true day. There were three choices of beach locations to choose from, and beautiful Waimanalo Bay Beach at Sherwood Forest best suited them, even though it was over on the windward side of where they were staying. As they arrived in Hawaii a few stress moments but today, June 26 their dream will come true with the Reverend Michael Nelson about to give them a beautiful Hawaiian ceremony. Janice looked beautiful in a white lace dress and became a Hawaiian princess with the haku head lei, with colorful flowers. Terry was in casuals, a happy and cool groom. Introducing to the world of Hawaii weddings was the sounding of the conch by Reverend Michael. A sand ceremony symbol of mixing of their lives, vows, rings followed. With the flower lei exchange, their own vows to each other, they became husband and wife. Janice and Terry. their dream has come true. Congratulations to a happy couple. Hawaii weddings of love, you are part of our wedding Ohana. Mahalo so much.

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Hawaii vow renewal ceremony celebrating wedding anniversary

After marriage as the years go by family and children becomes your life and having a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony with your children present becomes something so very precious. On June 21, 2018, Britni and Nathaniel stationed in Hawaii serving the United States military, enjoyed a very special day as a family. Blissfully married for twelve years, they both wanted to celebrate with a meaningful vow renewal ceremony. The Hawaii vow renewal ceremony was to be held at Waialae Beach Park. It was a beautiful day, the volcanic vog was nearly gone, a beautiful Hawaiian day except for being a bit breezy. Britni was suppose to wear a veil with pink flowers as a tiara, but decided not to because of the breeze. This beautiful couple looked so relaxed dressed stylishly. Nathaniel’s Mother was there to support her family, in fact she ran the music as the couple walked in. Their daughter was the flower girl, and their son was the ring bearer. For them the participation of their children were very important as a family on their Hawaii vow renewal celebration. They had their own musician but he was to perform after the ceremony were done with. A surprise will happen for Nathaniel’s wife. Reverend Michael was there to greet them with Aloha and a memorable ceremony began with the blowing of the conch. Mom ran the music for the march up the aisle, leading the way with flower petals for Mom Britni. Britni and Nathaniel smiling at each other recalling memories of twelve years ago in Las Vegas. The unity sand ceremony, a fond memory with our couple’s sand mixing with the children’s sand. Hawaii vow renewal of unity, a beautiful symbol. Congratulations to Nathaniel and Britni and the best of years to come for your family. Our deepest Mahalo for sharing this day with us.

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Hawaii wedding with simplicity and beauty

Shannon and Will got engaged in December 2016, it was Christmas gift Shannon will cherish forever. Hawaii wedding plans eventually became an exciting topic during the next year. They both were professionals working through out the year, but setting the date of their Hawaii wedding was important. Around May of this year, they chose to have a Hawaii beach wedding and went searching for a Hawaii wedding planner. They found us on Google searching for Hawaii weddings and found we had what they looking for. A small Hawaii wedding, “Just the two of them”. A great wedding package affordable to their needs called the Plumeria wedding package. With the provisions of a planner, minister, location, flower leis for the Hawaiian lei exchange, a unity sand ceremony, decorative wedding certificate, and best of all over a hundred professional photos of their ceremony and portraits. She wanted a bouquet and chose the cascade style, which popularity has resurfaced in the recent year. Not too long ago the rage was the hand tied bouquet. In our opinion, sometimes a simple bunch of flowers tied together with a ribbon are more affordable. In Shannon’s case, the cascade with vintage pink roses (large and baby roses) with hydrangea, and sprays of purple orchids were gorgeous. The wedding of Shannon and Will, June 20, 2018 was a beautiful and serene day at the beautiful Kahala Beach (aka Waialae Beach). With the volcano erupting on the Big Island, Vog set in with a light haze, but kind of romantic. She looked radiant in light pink (vintage) outfit, a perfect match for her bouquet. He looked super in comfortable Hawaiian outfit. A happy couple from Mt. Washington, Kentucky. A beautiful green grassy altar facing the beach with Reverend Michael, they enjoyed a Hawaii wedding ceremony they will cherish forever. After the wedding they will relax at Bellows beach and the next night celebrate at Paradise Cove luau. The new Shannon and Will happily will return home in a few days to the welcome of their combined four children. Congratulations and Mahalo for sharing your special day with us.

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Hot summer of Hawaii weddings and Hawaii vow renewals

We are having a nice group of fun people, wanting to have surprise Hawaii vow renewals then why not have surprised Hawaii weddings. Just kidding, but if a Hawaii wedding ceremony is done and they legalize it later at home, why not? Hawaii weddings with family present to enjoy the happy union is priceless, especially when your beloved children are there smiling happily. This was a dream come true for Jessica. Nick and Jessica are from the state of Texas. The beautiful wedding package chosen by Jessica is for both Hawaii weddings and Hawaii vow renewals. It is full of wedding extras such as limousine service with champagne, ukulele singer, video and hundred plus photographs, and french bouquet.She wanted her family to join this occasion, and with ten people they all fit in the limousine. No stress in finding parking space, or transportation for the family, the whole family can come together. On the side Jessica chose to wear a colored haku head lei. A Hawaiian princess she was. Every one were wearing white except for Jessica and the two daughters were elegant in creme-ivory colored dresses. Jessica’s elegant dress had a train which was held by the daughters for walking down the aisle. They walked down the white bridge and lined up for the entrance. The Conch was blown by the Reverend Michael, the Hawaiian wedding song accompanied by ukulele as the bridal couple entered with their daughters. A beautiful perfect day on the sands of Waialae Beach on June 15, 2018. Jessica and Nick, special presentation as Hawaii vow renewals on video. Reverend Michael’s ceremony was beautiful, with the children involved in the unity sand ceremony. A beautiful symbol of unity and love. Our singer sang a beautiful love song dedicated to Jessica and Nick. A beautiful ending and beginning for a very special day. A limousine ride and celebration at Michael Mina restaurant. Congratulations and Mahalo to a beautiful couple.

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The Azanza-Go Hawaii wedding at beautiful Kahala Beach

A beautiful paradise Hawaii wedding on the shores of Kahala Beach for Ana Liza and Gerald from Washington State. They have known each other since kindergarten, but as the years passed they each found a different life with others. Family, children, divorce passed by them. Then they met again, faith somehow brought them together, became friends and then more then friends. Today June 14, 2018 Ana Liza and Gerald will seal their love with a Hawaii wedding ceremony. A beautiful white limousine arrives with the happy couple with their beautiful children. Today the four children and our couple shall join together as one family. A husband and wife joined the entourage a while later and will be witnesses.Our beautiful video will capture every moment of their wedding day at the park. Ana Liza so pretty and regal in a beautiful lime colored brocade long dress. A bouquet laden with shining gems and stones, silver in color weights a ton, a memento hanging may have some meaning. Simply outfitted but Gerald looks so debonair. Reverend Michael Nelson introduced his Aloha and a brief talk with Jessica and Gerald. Because Ana Liza had her own bouquet, the french bouquet we provided were presented to one daughter. Bright red, yellow baby roses, and orchids made the bouquet quite colorful. When we have our weddings at Kahala Beach, there is a stroll in the sand next to the shoreline. This makes a romantic scene as couples stroll along the beach hand in hand. A garden like green grassy area above the banks of sand are perfect for Hawaii wedding ceremonies and vow renewals. A perfect day for the wedding of Ana and Gerald, a ceremony of perfection by Rev. Michael. with lei presentation to their beautiful children. The gift of Aloha (leis) presented to each other. A champagne limousine ride then celebration of lunch at the Kahala Hotel. Congratulations and Mahalo for sharing your special day with us, Gerald and Ana Liza.

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Surprise Hawaii vow renewal ceremony enjoyed and are super fun

Fun and full of surprises. After twelve years of blissful married life, a plan for a secret Hawaii vow renewal ceremony was the plan for Mike. To celebrate their twelve years of marriage, Mike and Stephanie decided to have a second honeymoon traveling to Hawaii. Love between these two are so strong, he wanted not just a vacation honeymoon but a very special Hawaii vow renewal ceremony. The exciting part was it was to be a secret from his wife. Now how to manage to keep a Hawaii vow renewal secret was a bit difficult. We give Mike so much credit for this wonderful surprise, he is so sweet and loving husband to Stephanie. Stephanie is equally a beautiful person, nice to see two people so lovingly alike. He had many surprises under his sleeves. He contacted us as Hawaii wedding planners and we helped with the arrangement. He also contacted a friend in Hawaii who makes Hawaiian floral item for weddings. A beautiful Haku head lei of purple orchids, a bouquet of purple orchids tied with green fern, and a fragrant maile lei entwined with white orchid lei. A beautiful job done. He chose the beautiful beach of Waimanalo Bay on a beautiful Hawaiian day June 12, 2018. The plan was to have a photo shoot scheduled so that she would be dressed in a slim fitting beautiful long dress. Hair done to fit the beautiful haku head lei across and round her forehead. The bouquet of flowers for her arms and the maile lei for Mike himself. Wow, what a handsome couple they are. Another surprise was Mike had secured new rings for their Hawaii vow renewal ceremony. The surprises still keep coming. When they arrived at the location, Roger met them as their photographer and strolled them to the beautiful beach. Reverend Michael Nelson and I followed separately. He introduced himself and surprised Stephanie by saying, ” I will be doing your vow renewal ceremony today”. She was surprised but so very happy, she looked at him and started laughing. Such a successful surprise. A memorable vow renewal ceremony by Reverend Michael to be cherished so much by Mike and Stephanie. He did have one more surprise but kept it a secret for later in the day. Congratulations, we enjoyed your day so much. Mahalo.

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A beautiful island wedding, a wedding in Hawaii

Our Hawaii wedding ceremonies are enjoyed by both locals and people from afar This mixture happened for Joanne and Jaren. They are actually both from Hawaii, however Jaren is in the U.S. army and serving in North Carolina. Joanne will eventually to join him in North Carolina or wherever he gets stationed. Families and friends living in Hawaii on the west side of Oahu were there to support them on this very special day. She came dressed in a creme colored dress and looked very radiant. A princess she was with a beautiful haku head lei.She held a beautiful bouquet of white daisies of different sizes. Jaren was handsome in his Army dress uniform of dark navy blue. Their love ones were also color dressed to their theme. The ladies wore pink with purplish tint, the guys were in navy blue like Jaden’s uniform. Jaden came home for his Hawaii wedding ceremony to his beloved Joanne. They chose June 7, 2018 as their special day and felt Waimanalo Bay Beach was a perfect location for their ceremony. Waimanalo Bay beach is a very special beach for destination weddings. It is on the windward side of Oahu around half hour ride from Waikiki, there was two ways to get to this wedding in Hawaii beach. Over the mountain called Pali or along the beautiful eastern coastline and because of the distance it always incurs travel fees which is not that expensive. But this Hawaii wedding location has three miles of sandy white beach, a panoramic view with turquoise waters, white waves, little islands. Wow! Then there is the ironwood trees in the back called Sherwood forest. A perfect place to begin their marriage as husband and wife with beautiful memories of their wedding ceremony. Reverend Michael Nelson spoke to the couple to get acquainted and also asked if they had some special things they wanted for the ceremony.

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Hawaii wedding for our gay couple, so beautiful with their loved ones

Wonderful couple Cynthia and Abreya chose the island of Oahu for their beautiful Hawaii wedding. Celebrating with their supportive loved ones at a beautiful Hawaii beach location was a dream come true. Choosing Waimanalo Bay Beach with the turquoise ocean and the miles of shoreline with white sandy beach was a wise choice. They chose June 8, 2018 as their Hawaii wedding day. Being that it was a Friday, they has the beach pretty without people. We do not recommend any beach wedding on the weekends at this location. Cynthia and Abreya are very family oriented and will be accompanied by close family. Especially looking forward to becoming a family with Cynthia’s daughter. The three will go forward with love and joy. Choosing a Hawaii wedding package with a limousine was a excellent idea, which took care of transportation for them and their guests. Here comes the limousine, out comes Mom, Dad, sister, daughter, guy friends and our couple. Generous with their gifts of flower leis and boutonnieres everyone received something. A beautiful white double lei for beloved daughter, boutonnieres for the guys, orchid leis for Mom and sister. Black shiny kukui nut lei for Abreya and for the bride, a gorgeous cascade bouquet of large, shocking pink roses with red baby roses and orchid sprays. She was very pretty and elegant with veil of lacy train. Abbreya looked cool in his outfit with suspenders and color of white, black and gray. Abbreya stood by and Reverend Kermit was there to present his special Hawaii wedding ceremony by the sea. Sounding of the conch, then Dad and Cynthia strolls up the sand to meet her husband to be. Dad gives Cynthia a kiss on the cheek and presents her to Abbreya. Happiness is every where, loved ones filled with joy in their heart. A beautiful ceremony, leis were exchanged as a gift of Aloha. A certificate of marriage was signed along with a decorative one beautifully created by Reverend Kermit. Congratulations and thank you for sharing your special day with us. Wonderful Mom and Dad and family was so nice to be with. Aloha.

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Sweet Hawaii wedding at Waialae Kahala Beach

Don’t stress out in finding parking, a Hawaii wedding at Waialae Kahala Beach with limousine service is the answer. Yes, sometimes parking maybe a stressful situation for any Hawaii wedding at the beach. We recommend choosing a package with limousine service or just add the limousine to a package. It might cost you a little more but one stress in gone. Once arriving at your Hawaii wedding location, we take over completely, driver will open the limo door for you and our crew greets you with Aloha. It is your day, you will be happily greeted by our ever charming minister and our photo crew, as well as your wedding planner. Our Hawaii wedding tend to be with smaller family size groups or just the two of you, to provide you special time, friendly and fun we call “Ohana”. On June 6, 2018 we honor and welcome Jin An and Daniel, all the way from Australia. It all started as a friendship on line. It is their Hawaii wedding day at Waialae Kahala Beach. The limousine arrives with the beautiful and joyful Jin An and her handsome husband to be Daniel. Three others in the party are here to support them, Daniel’s Mom and Dad, and brother. What a joyous meeting with our crew, spreading Aloha. Flowers galore, presentation by our couple. Mom received a white orchid lei, Dad and brother purple ones. Two beautiful white double orchid leis will be used for the traditional lei exchange. A gorgeous cascade bouquet for Jin An. Beautiful full bloom shocking pink roses with white baby roses and orchid sprays. We begin our journey to a beautiful Hawaii wedding ceremony. As the bride and groom held hands strolling on the beach, romantic photo shots were being produced. The wedding spot is a green grassy area with the gentle waves near by. With the conch shell blow there are jokes whether the groom will be blowing it. For us, we have a lot of fun within the wedding ceremony like we are family. Jin and Daniel enjoyed a beautiful Hawaiian ceremony ending with the presentation of double orchid white leis to each other as a “gift of Aloha”. So many beautiful photographs as to preserve their memory of this special day. A joyous ride on the limousine back to their hotel and some champagne too. Another happy couple, Jin and Daniel. Congratulations and Mahalo.

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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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