Small affordable Hawaii weddings gives an aura of family like celebration

It seems like there are many Hawaii wedding planners using the words affordable Hawaii weddings lately. Being in this business for more then thirty years, we and a few others went into the business of destination weddings in Hawaii. Buzz word Affordable Hawaii weddings were high on the internet rating. We and our fellow colleagues have enjoyed creating memorable Hawaii weddings for decades and have seen the many changes in the business practices and attitudes of people. We are old school and prefer the small family like (Ohana) atmosphere of our Hawaii weddings. Our Aloha on each wedding and vow renewal are deeply rooted in caring and helping couples experience their loves future. Affordable to us is what you can afford, which is why we offer a array of different packages. Some couple find our $250.00 package affordable, and others who find our $350 up to $1600 package affordable. Through our planning of beautiful Hawaii weddings, we have made wonderful acquaintances and friends through out the years. We recently helped a wedding couple from Hawaii with a very small but enjoyable intimate wedding with a few of their friends. Hawaii weddings like ours are welcomed by local Hawaii residents being a lot more affordable then a large wedding with a reception. On January 27, 2018, the gorgeous Kaegil Concepcion and handsome Andrew Starliper were ready for heir special day at Kahala Beach. She was beautiful in a strapless champagne colored lacy gown so stylish by David’s bridal . Her bouquet of purple, white and aqua was of organza material. Her maid of honor, friends since second grade in Lahaina, Maui wore a brown outfit and held a white organza bouquet. Handsome Andrew, maroon shirt and black suit. His best man handsome in a dark blue/deep purple outfit. Originally from West Virginia, Andrew serves our country. This lovely local couple was honored by their loved ones surrounded by their Ohana. Reverend Mike Nelson blew his conch twice as a welcome. The commitment of marriage, and uniting of two lives and families, with a Hawaiian unity sand ceremony. Vows to love each other forever, gorgeous
cameo like rings, purple leis exchanged as gifts of Aloha. Reverend Mike asked their love ones to say “I do” as to giving their blessings to the new Andrew and Kaegil Starliper. A beautiful day, memorable day for a loving couple. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us. Enjoy that beautiful cake, Hawaii weddings celebrated.


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