Romantic Hawaii weddings, dream do come true

The dream of being the star of Hawaii weddings, prince and princess on stage with a beautiful beach scene with panoramic view of the Pacific ocean, glittering blue-green. It could be you. Twelve years ago Diana Jakob and Bob Shook met on October 26, a beautiful friendship and love enjoyed. She finally said, yes, I will love you forever. Planning a dream wedding in Hawaii is not easy from far away in Michigan. Luckily for us, finding us on the internet search for Hawaii weddings they contacted us. So many Hawaii wedding planners, who to select? Trust, reputation, experience are key points. Check with the Hawaii business bureau, they have the most accurate information. Just ask about Hawaii weddings and their recommendations goes a long way. Diana and Bob decided to have us plan their dream wedding. Knowing what she wanted for her dream Hawaii wedding made it so easy to help her with the location and Hawaii wedding package. Choosing the Plumeria plus package which included the limousine and the Magic Island location was a smart choice. Staying at the Ilikai Hotel which is right outside of Waikiki, not many miles from Magic Island. The limo picked them up at their hotel door and whisked them to Magic island where we met the beautiful bride and groom. Reverend Mike greeted the couple with Aloha. Beautiful in white, hair so perfect, orange manicured nails, and a bouquet of orange blossoms of roses, we present Diana. Handsome and debonair Bob in creamy white and a matching hat. Hats are his passion as the color orange is for Diana. A gorgeous Hawaiian day, a memorable Hawaii wedding ceremony with conch blowing, unity sand ceremony and flower lei exchange. The memories of this day captured on photo image will be treasured forever. As they repeated their vows memories of their twelve years together made them smile with happiness. A special date indeed, October 26, 2017, it all began 12 years ago. This is a new beginning, away they go, the limousine providing celebratory champagne. Congrats and Mahalo, Diana and Bob.

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