Our Hawaii wedding

A beautiful memorable Hawaii wedding ceremony for Aki and Sandor Szilagyi of New York They were married in New York, however they desired a Hawaii wedding to enjoy as their honeymoon. On March 13, 2017 they arrived via limousine along with Aki’s mother and father, Sandor’s brother &  Mom and the beautiful baby girl of Aki and Sandor, Marika. Sandor is such a friendly happy guy and we know this Hawaii wedding will create so much happiness and love for this couple.  All of our Hawaii wedding crew arrives at least thirty minutes prior to the ceremony.  Reverend Michael Nelson has greeted the bride Aki, she is a cute young lady formally from Japan, very fashionably dressed.  White bubble like gown with different lengths in the front and back.  A beautiful Hawaii wedding cascade bouquet of white, maroon colored large lilies, and large green, yellow orchid, with branches of purple orchids hanging as a cascade. Unfortunately the color pink was was not available for her choice. But it was perfect and gorgeous for her attire. Sandor handsome in his tan suit was given a beautiful green maile lei entwined with fragrant white tuberose.  Arriving harpist Sharene to play beautiful music for the Hawaii wedding couple.  It is a beautiful day at Waialae Beach, however with lots of Vog. (Volcanic smog, like Fog), Kokohead and Portlock in the distance was visible though. The ocean and beach was still welcoming.  Ceremony has begun with the blowing of the conch by Reverend Mike to announce the occasion.  The beautiful sound of harp playing of the Hawaiian wedding song, what sweet music for the wedding of Aki and Sandor. The unity sand ceremony was new to them and very intriguing. Rev. Mike inserted Japanese dialogue for the Vows given by Aki san, which made Aki’s Dad and Mom smile so happily. Tears fell heavily especially for Dad, for she is his precious beloved daughter. Rings were exchanged and leis given as a gift of Aloha. Pronounced husband and wife once again, but today it is at their Hawaii wedding. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us. Such a fine family with different cultures of Japanese and Hungarian blending in A-L-O-H-A.

 

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Hawaii wedding ceremony

“With this ring I marry you”, Hawaii wedding ceremony with the atmosphere and feelings of Ohana (family).  November 11, 2016 at Kahala Beach were chosen as their very special day. The beautiful wedding ceremony of Sharon Young ad Ardi Ounapuu of Dayton, Oregon. Sharon, formally of Hawaii an Ardi from Estonia, met and fell in love over the internet. A Hawaii wedding ceremony by Rev. Michael Nelson will begin their life as husband and wife. They arrived on a new white limousine driven by La Especial Limousine, with their love ones to support them.  We ‘always’ meet our wedding party at the  Hawaii wedding location of their choice along with our officiant, photo crew, and others. Sharon was beautiful in a outfit of various color or blue, Ardi was cool in black suit and red tie. For Sharon, a french bouquet of pink and white roses with assorted flowers. Love story begins with video coverage as the limo arrives with the couple, strolling in the sand near the water’s edge to the beautiful garden like location near the ocean. Our Hawaii wedding opens with a Hawaiian conch blowing by the minister to welcome the special occasion to happen. Rev. Mike receives the pledge of marriage from the couple and proceeds with the participation of our own very special unity sand ceremony. The entire Hawaii wedding ceremony is video taped and photographed in entirety.  A beautiful day at Kahala Beach with minimal tradewind blowing. Our beach weddings tend to be breezy and it is suggested that brides wear their up-do hair style.  The beautiful wedding vows, bringing emotions to their love ones. The sparkling rings with their special meaning, a blessing, with this ring, a circle of love forever, they marry each other. Hawaii wedding lei exchange, the gift of Aloha. Their loved ones agrees to pledge support to the newlyweds. Rev. Mike proceeds to present the new Sharon and Ardi Ounapuu. Congratulations and hugs from All.  A full photo coverage session followed. A beautiful Hawaii wedding ends with a limousine ride and champagne.  Mahalo for having us, Sharon and Ardi. Aloha.

 

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A beautiful Hawaii wedding for Destiny Guise and Jim Portillo of Riverside, California on August 11, 2016  at Waimanalo Beach Park, Sherwood Forest.  What a beautiful day, with miles and miles of  white sandy beach, the ocean sparkled with blue aqua waters.  What a background for the Hawaii wedding of Destiny and Jim Portillo.  They arrived with loved ones, so excited that they headed straight for the beach and had to be recalled to the wedding location. Rev. Michael Nelson’s Hawaii wedding ceremony incorporated the children of Destiny and Jim. Destiny’s two girls, Jim’s two boys. What a family who seem to bond so well.  They all were casual but well dressed with matching outfits. The most memorable part of the ceremony was when their Mom and Dad presented white orchid leis to each child, with a special message for each individual. A ceremony of real love. The Hawaii wedding began with Rev. Mike on the conch.  The unity sand ceremony, the marriage vows, promise of commitment to each other, as well as to their children. I will love you forever, pledging to cherish in sacred union.  The shining beautiful never ending circle of the rings, as a gift of the vow promising never to be broken.  Reflecting on it’s beauty as well as it’s meaning.  Exchanging of rings were performed.  The traditional lei exchange, wrapping of the leis onto the hands of Destiny and Jim, a blessing was said union.  Each had words of love and thank you for each other before the lei presentation. Congratulations to the new Destiny and Jim Portillo.   Mahalo and enjoy your many photos for your memories.

 

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Ten years together, Kimiko and Keith decided on a  Hawaii wedding in with their children along. A happy occasion became saddened when her father passed away a few days before the Hawaii wedding ceremony. Instead of canceling the special day, Mom advised for them to go through with it since the cost of travel from the west coast would be wasted. Instead of just the Hawaii wedding, we created a Aloha ceremony for them in honor of Dad. It was highly successful and beautiful to bring some closure to Kimiko and family. A beautiful Hawaii wedding ceremony was presented by Rev. Michael Nelson. The family all gathered at Kahala beach, three children and a dear friend were there to support them.  Their friend who lives in Hawaii, presented them with beautiful Hawaii wedding leis  The sounding of conch shell to announce the Hawaii wedding ceremony and Aloha Hawaii farewell ceremony.  All the traditional Hawaii wedding ceremony from the sand ceremony, the vows to each other, the ring exchange, and the lei exchange were beautiful. After they were pronounced husband and wife, a gathering of Aloha for their departed Dad. This ceremony was beautiful and very emotional. As they stood on the grassy banks with waves crashing on the sand below, facing toward the ocean, emotions took over. Rev. Mike cut the leis used for their lei exchange to create single blossoms. Each loved one held a hand full of orchid petals and one by one tossed them into the waves. A silent prayer and tears of love, A farewell Aloha, using the flowers they sacredly exchanged at their Hawaii wedding ceremony.  It as priceless, and a fond memorial, a closure of sort. To complete the Hawaii wedding ceremony, the certificate of marriage were signed. and we are Introducing the newlywed Kimiko and Keith. Congratulations and hope you enjoyed your Hawaii wedding. Mahalo.

 

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A very special day April 7, 2016, a Hawaii wedding ceremony for Alexsandra Prystupa and Kystian Biczysko. This beautiful and very refined couple from England, so happy and enthusiastic, looking forward to get married on the shores of Kahala Beach. They arrived casually but smartly dressed for comfort. Staying far away, out of town, it was decided for an early wedding ceremony and enjoy the rest of the day for activities in and around the south and east side of this island. They met our Rev. Michael Nelson and Rev. Mike explained the process of our Hawaii wedding ceremony.  A gorgeous sunny day, perfect day to enjoy the blue Hawaiian waters.  As they strolled hand in hand, in the sand near the soft waves, beautiful pictures of them with the ocean, waves and island in the background. A Hawaii wedding ceremony, many times are announced by the sounds of the conch shell blown the minister.  This to announce that something very important is about to happen. A special technique adapted by some ministers. Rev. Mike positioned them to adapt to the sun, facing each other, holding hands. For a Hawaii wedding ceremony to show the mixing of two lives together by a unity sand ceremony, is well received by all. Alex and Krys, poured the sand from separate glass vials into one beauty pouch, to take home as a memento of their Hawaii wedding. Marriage is loving and commitment to each other. They both said I do to do so. Vows were exchanged,  beginning with,” you are blessed to take…..to be your….I pledge;;;;sacred union” In Hawaiian Rev. Mike gave Love as most important of the three greatest virtues of life,  The accepted vows to be husband and wife forever. Rings of love, the traditional flower lei, the gift of love. Most important of all a short words of love and Aloha to each other for their ears only. We are happy to present, the new Alexsandra and Krystian Biczysko.  Such a nice couple you are, Mahalo so much for having us on your very special day. Have a super honeymoon . Lots of pictures for you to remember your Hawaii wedding in Paradise.

 

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Hawaii wedding of Aloha for Midori Uemura and Thomas Luenstrothon March 3, 2016. A beautiful day for a beach Hawaiian wedding at Magic Island. This very cute couple from Canada decided on a Hawaii wedding ceremony and started their vacation on the island of Maui to begin their journey of love.  Very much in love and so young, they start toward their journey of life together today.  The distant sight of historic Diamond Head, brings their love story to commence with a very Hawaiian wedding ceremony. Midori was dressed in a light green dress with a long white strand of pearls. Thomas wore khaki shorts and white long sleeved shirt. Of course the comfort of Hawaiian slippers for a casual Hawaii wedding. We gave Thomas a white shell lei to wear to match Midori’s white pearls. Rev. Michael Nelson, smiling and greeting this happy couple, locking their love in,to one in marriage. A Hawaii wedding, so beautiful and emotional, tears of joy  flowed as Thomas promised his vows of  forever. Midori,  with stronger emotion, held on Thomas’s hands tightly and promised her vows to him. Choosing not to exchange ring at this time, they enjoyed the Hawaii wedding tradition of lei ceremony as a gift of love and Aloha.  We are honored to present them as the new Midori and Thomas Luenstroth. The signing of their wedding certificate and document followed with photographs taken for their memory album. This couple met in Australia, of Japanese and German  heritage respectively and currently works in Canada. A Hawaii wedding is just he beginning of a life time together as one family. Aloha and Mahalo from A wedding in Hawaii.  Thank you for having us enjoy the honor of planning your very special day beginning your life together.

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Planning their Hawaii wedding and choosing from many Hawaii wedding packages, using our website www.wedaloha.com made it easier for Heidi Judge and Brandon Alexander. They enjoyed an affordable package to their liking and even got a military discount.  A gorgeous day for a perfect Hawaii wedding for the happy couple on Jan 21, 2015. Sherwood Forest at Waimanalo Beach with white sandy beach, blue waters and a ocean view of Hawaii wedding perfection. They tweaked part of chosen wedding package to include a beautiful bouquet of  purple, red and white roses with white orchids for Heidi and a fragrant maile lei for Brandon.  A floral haku head lei was kept for wearing to their dinner in the evening. Rev. Mike Nelson presented them with a beautiful wedding ceremony, beginning with a memorable Hawaiian unity sand ceremony, the keepsake sand and shell leis will be theirs forever. Wedding vows were exchanged and they also spoke to each others own marriage vows before the lei exchange. Beautiful rings were exchanged for their dream Hawaii wedding.  The happy couple radiate happiness with continuous smiles and laughter. They were pronounced the new Heidi and Brandon Alexander followed by hugs and kisses. Photo shoots were enjoyed with playful stroll on the beach. They will share their moments of happiness of their Hawaii wedding with their family at the reception back home. The will return to Hawaii, serving at Schofield barracks in the military. We thank you much for choosing wedaloha.com for your Hawaii wedding.  Aloha

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Aloha weddings in Hawaii

Trust and passion in creation. Much love of Aloha weddings in Hawaii, from a small intimate wedding to a larger one with guests, their is a lot of love in our planning. A Hawaii wedding small and intimate was what this couple chose. Ingrid Garcia and Federick Aparicio a really nice/ easy going couple chose a informal, intimate, but very personal wedding ceremony. Rev Michael Nelson presented them with a very personal ceremony, on this beautiful sunny day at Kahala Beach.  The view looking over the sea toward Kokohead was gorgeous, with gentle waves washing up on the beach.  This was truly a Aloha weddings in Hawaii, in the making, with the Rev.Mike’s Aloha nature spreading to the goodness of a happy couple. (Smiling with natural happiness).  The sweetness and intimacy of this special day was so delightful to see & feel.  A Hawaii wedding and honeymoon for Mr. & Mrs. Aparicio.  Mahalo, hope you enjoy the photo-memories. We know your Aloha weddings in Hawaii will forever with you.

 

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A Wedding in Hawaii for Oahu couple

Jan. 26, 2013 was “Da Day” for Chanel Edwards and Tunu Amani of Waianae, Hawaii.  They arrived with their children dressed in beautiful Aloha print attire, the whole family dressed alike.  Beautiful exotic looking Chanel and good looking Tunu, a mixed blend of Polynesian ancestry..were welcomed by Reverend Mike Nelson.  Although the weather was voggy, a beautiful sight with Kahala Beach in the background.  The girls were given flower leis and the boys black kukui nut leis.  A beautiful ceremony as the children watched their parents get married, emotional moments for Chanel & Tunu, a few tears were shed. There first gift to each other after being pronounced husband and wife, were a double white and purple orchid flower lei for her, a green t-leaf hand woven lei for him.  Lots of kisses and hugs.  Lots of photo taken to treasure forever. The family celebrated by going to the luau at Paradise Cove.  congratulations and mahalo, guys.!

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A Wedding in Hawaii for Oahu couple

Jan. 26, 2013 was “Da Day” for Chanel Edwards and Tunu Amani of Waianae, Hawaii.  They arrived with their children dressed in beautiful Aloha print attire, the whole family dressed alike.  Beautiful exotic looking Chanel and good looking Tunu, a mixed blend of Polynesian ancestry..were welcomed by Reverend Mike Nelson.  Although the weather was voggy, a beautiful sight with Kahala Beach in the background.  The girls were given flower leis and the boys black kukui nut leis.  A beautiful ceremony as the children watched their parents get married, emotional moments for Chanel & Tunu, a few tears were shed. There first gift to each other after being pronounced husband and wife, were a double white and purple orchid flower lei for her, a green t-leaf hand woven lei for him.  Lots of kisses and hugs.  Lots of photo taken to treasure forever. The family celebrated by going to the luau at Paradise Cove.  congratulations and mahalo, guys.!

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