Our couple, Hawaii wedding at Waialae Beach

Our beautiful and excited couple has arrived for their Hawaii wedding ceremony. The beach was beautiful, the sand was warm, the ocean was azure and sparkling in the sun, a perfect day for the Hawaii wedding of Katelyn and Mike. Coming from Illinois, on a long flight to Honolulu, leaving a seventy degree temperature arriving to a eighty degree Hawaiian trade wind day. A nice but tiring flight the day before their wedding. On June 25, 2018 they still had to secure their marriage license downtown. They were excited, beautiful accomodation at the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Waikiki, still time to relax. Early afternoon wedding with tradewind to bring a comfortable coolness. Here they come! A greetings of Aloha with Reverend Michael Nelson. Katelyn and Mike, so sweet, all they wanted was a short ceremony full of love. They certaining got a joyful Hawaii wedding with traditional Hawaiian features. She was a sweet and beautiful bride wearing a simple but classy long dress in ivory color. Mike, a super guy looked comfortable in long sleeve white shirt and dark brown trousers. The beautiful Hawaii wedding ceremony began with the couple crossing the white bridge over to the sandy dunes of the beach park. A beautiful photo image of them strolling hand in hand over the bridge. They kicked off their shoes and the warm sands between their toes felt good. The welcome sound of the conch blown by our minister, indicating something important was to happen. Holding hands facing each other, Katelyn and Mike looked lovingly at each other with brilliant smiles. It will be only fifteen minutes before their dream will come true. The sand ceremony a symbol to blend their lives together. The sand in these bottles contain their characteristics, blended together for the making of a family. Beautiful vows, sparkling rings with many meanings, traditional flower lei offering and then these two became one. The new and lovely Mike and Katelyn. Fun and joyful it was as the photo shoot went on, creating beautiful wedding portraits to cherish. It was certainly a pleasure to meet you. Mahalo and hope to see you again. Aloha.

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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 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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Hawaii weddings barefoot in the sand

Planning to get married in Hawaii? Where do we begin? Planning of Hawaii weddings from afar are not easy, it can be tricky and our advise is to leave it up to a professional Hawaii wedding planners with experience and who are trustworthy. Please check with the Hawaii Business Bureau for advise before choosing a planner. Our specialty is planning small, stress free, Ohana (family) style of weddings on the beach in Oahu. We offer a friendly, Aloha environment with no stress. We create a fun and happy wedding ceremony with memories of a lifetime. Our crew are people loving and fun loving enjoying what they do. Trina and J.D. flew in from Washington state the day before their wedding. We present to you this day, May 15, 2018, a beautiful Hawaiian afternoon at Waialae Beach Park, the wedding of Trina and J. D. Most couples of our Hawaii weddings are very relaxed and fun loving. We do have on occasions where they are unable to take away the nervousness until the occasion is over. This beautiful couple is so happy and jubilant, it is like we are old friends. Hawaii weddings seems to be the time to enjoy the warm sand in between your toes “barefoot in the sand ceremony” is what Trina chose. Standing on the sand dunes with a panoramic view of the blue ocean, Koko head beyond, with blue skies above, what a dramatic stage for a Hawaiian wedding. Laughing together, holding hands, the beautiful Princess Trina and her Prince J. D., promised to commit their lives together with the mixing of sand in a sand ceremony. The traditional blowing of the conch by the Reverend, followed by marriage vows, blessed with the exchanging of beautiful rings preceded the presentation of the “gift of Aloha”. Flower leis made of orchids were exchanged, with a message of love to each other before being pronounced the new J.D. and Trina. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us on this most special day in Hawaii.

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Hawaii wedding ceremony for couple from South Korea

Their traditional wedding will be held in South Korea but having Hawaii wedding ceremony on the beach of Hawaii was a beautiful dream experience for Minyoung Yu and Juhwan Choi. This extremely sweet, gentile and refined couple are professionals in Korea employed as dedicated Veterinarians. Caring for animals seem to be a perfect fit for their personna. Traveling to America, they stopped in Hawaii to enjoy a Hawaii wedding ceremony. The date they chose for their Hawaii wedding day on the beach was May 15, 2018. Hawaii provided them with a gorgeous sunny and serene morning. Kahala Beach on a spot with green lawn, coconut trees swaying and the sandy beach just below the altar. Everything Minyoung and Juhwan dreamed about. To share with their loved ones for their traditional Korean wedding, they recorded their long awaited Hawaii wedding ceremony. Minyoung, sweet and beautiful wore a stylish but simple creme colored flowing long dress, accented by a tiara and peal jewelries. A Bunch of white Daisies tied with ribbon was the simple bouquet made by herself. Juhwan was cute and comfortable in casuals. Reverend Michael Nelson spent a short time conversing with them just to get acquainted. Minyoung wanted harp music for her beach wedding, our harpist played soft beautiful music through out the ceremony. We always offer the couples a choice to walk down the aisle or not. They decided to walk down together. Reverend Mike blew his conch shell, and the harpist played the Hawaiian wedding song as the couple walked up the aisle. Three beauties of the Hawaii wedding they loved are the traditional Hawaiian sand ceremony, and the lei exchange which is the gift of Aloha. Enjoying the ring exchange and pronouncing them as two hearts becoming one was a time of tender moments. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us, Juhwan and Minyoung Choi.

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I will love you forever Hawaii weddings

Hawaii weddings with focus on sharing their special day with family and loved ones are priorities for some traveling to Hawaii. This was especially so for Lauren and Greg from Australia. Their cute and well dressed son and daughter were to be part of their very Hawaii wedding ceremony on Friday, the fourth of May 2018. Waialae Beach on the sand with a ocean view and the little island off Kahala, with Koko head in the background. On a clear day, the island of Maui, Molokai and Lanai can be seen far beyond the horizon. As a close family, transportation was important for loved ones, providing two stretch limousines from Waikiki to wedding location, then to Duke’s in Waikiki to celebrate. Beautiful Lauren, smartly dressed in off white gown, tall and handsome Greg looked sharp in casuals. The many colorfully dressed adults and eight children dressed in pastel party clothes were a happy, cheerful crowd. Reverend Mike Nelson and Roger always creates a relaxed Aloha atmosphere making people laugh. As the limousines arrived they were greeted by the sounds of ukulele played by professional singer, Baron. All guest gathered on the sandy dune creating one line on the left. Bride and groom crosses the bridge with camera flashing. The bridal party will begin with their children first followed by the bride and groom. The sounding of the conch, the children walks up the path, second sounding of the conch and the Hawaiian wedding song as the couple comes up the altar. We begin all Hawaii weddings with a welcome of Aloha, using the calling sound of the conch by our ministers. A ceremony with their children and loved ones cheering them on, Hawaii weddings at it’s best. The most beautiful vows of “I will love you forever” they exchanged flower leis and kukui nut leis with each other as well the children. The new Greg and Lauren sealed their union with a kiss with Baron singing a love song for them. The gang ran to hug and congratulate the newlyweds. Thanks for having us on your special day, you are such wonderful people.

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Memorable, beautiful Hawaii weddings at Hawaii beach locations

Do not stress out, please leave it to the Hawaii wedding professionals, your Hawaii weddings and Hawaii vow renewals are better off handled by Hawaii wedding planners who live in Hawaii. With many years of experience and knowledge of the islands, the planners will take your stress away, just give your trust to them. Is the cost t” factor. For our gorgeous bride Linda from Illinois it was well worth the relaxed and beautiful outcome of her and Austin’s wedding day. With the Paradise package, they chose to add their desired goodies of Hawaii weddings. A harp player with beautiful music in the Hawaiian air for elegance. Fragrant Maile lei entwined with sweet smelling pikake. Extra stretch limousine for many love ones. All this elegance added to the professional photographs and video to the wedding, creating Hawaii weddings with the Waialae-Kahala location on the peninsula. The theme color was blue or aqua for the Hawaii wedding of Austin and Linda on May 3, 2018, a serene day, on the south shores of Oahu near the Kahala hotel. Arrival of the limousines with the bride and love ones. Many love ones gathered The line up for the arrival dressed in shades of blue to welcome the bridal party down the pathway. Reverend Michael blew the conch for the entrance of Linda’s Mom beautifully dressed in yellow carrying yellow plumeria leis. A grand entrance with the second conch blowing, beautiful harp music with the Hawaiian wedding song in the newl air, the gorgeous happy bride escorted by her father in full military uniform. Giving of the bride to handsome Austin wearing a Maile/pikake lei. Happiness, smiles they held hands and locked eyes. The french bouquet was white-ivory orchids with tinge of yellow/green. A Hawaiian wedding ceremony so beautiful with a gift of love, yellow plumeria lei exchange. They are now the new Austin and Linda. suddenly something magical happened. Skools of tiny fishes jumping in the air several times, making a circle through out the water behind the newly wed couple. Did the sound waves of the harp trigger this occurrence? Congratulations, and Mahalo for having us. By the way, Mom caught the bouquet! Next Hawaii weddings anyone?

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Weddings in Hawaii, Hawaii weddings forever

Just the two of them, Hawaii weddings, dream come true with everything they could ask for in a full Hawaii wedding package of wedding goodies. California couple, Jennifer and Charles wanted a all inclusive Hawaii wedding package planned by A wedding in Hawaii. Although it would be just two of them on April 12, 2018, they wanted to share their special day with their loved ones at home. They will get this beautiful wedding ceremony on video tape and also decided to live stream the ceremony via their phone. A day of beauty at Waimanalo Bay beach at Sherwood Forest, with a gorgeous blue/green ocean with specks of little island and miles of white sandy beach. Our white limousine picks the bridal couple at the Luana Waikiki (by the way, many of our clients stays at the Luana, the are great, they have free wine and cheese on their program.) Arrival of the limousine at Waimanalo Bay beach is documented live by our photo/video crew. Guitar music in the air, beautiful couple steps out and greeted by Reverend Michael Nelson. Formally dressed, Jennifer and Charles are a loving couple, hugging and kissing. The bouquet for the bride was a pink and white cascade of roses, and orchids. Hawaii weddings presents the Hawaiian wedding of princess Jennifer to Prince Charles of Yucca Valley, California. We have our singer, camera crew set to go waiting for the entrance of the bridal couple. Hawaii weddings often times have the minister blow the conch for Hawaii weddings to welcome the couple. Reverend Michael sounds the conch in two directions and here comes. The beautiful symbolic unity sand ceremony, the rings, the vows. Charles held it together,but finally broke down when the said there “I Do’s”. The traditional lei exchange was heartfelt and brought more tears. The most emotional Hawaii wedding ceremony we have ever experienced. As the singer sang and played a love song in honor of the new Charles and Jennifer. Reverend Michael presents the newlyweds to their cry of joy and laughter. Congratulations to a wonderful couple. Mahalo in behalf of the crew of A wedding in Hawaii. Aloha.

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We love Hawaii weddings for International couples

A very long journey of love, a road trip through out the United States, the planning of Hawaii weddings and honeymoon. The beautiful grounds of the United Kingdom at this time of the year, are covered with two feet of snow. Anna and Eddie decided they would spend 40 days on a road trip to fulfill having their dreams come true of Hawaii weddings on the beach. All that dream began in the UK leaving snow behind and flying to San Francisco and driving down to Los Angeles. Seeing the nineteen miles of California including the Big Sur was awesome especially to Eddie. They will continue this road trip after a beautiful side trip to Oahu, Hawaii weddings on the beach. Getting a bed and breakfast house in Pupukea, noting the beauty of the North Shore of Oahu was a very nice country like plan. Anna and Eddie chose March 22, 2018 as their Hawaii wedding date at the beautiful sandy beach of Waimanalo Bay Beach. Although they spend two hours getting to the wedding site from the North shore, both were still in a happy mood to get married. We greeted them, glad they made it there safely. Reverend Michael Nelson welcomed them and had a little chat to get to know each other a bit. Anna looked beautiful in her slim fit ivory colored gown. Eddie looked great in European style out fit of short pants and white shirt. It was a gorgeous Hawaiian day but again a bit breezy for the hair to fly the right way, so we had to adjust to the wind direction. Their dream wedding ceremony began with the sounding of the conch shell. Today two hearts will become one, with this long awaited Hawaii wedding ceremony. The promise they gave each other will forever bind them in marriage. Hawaii weddings of ours always ends with the giving of the leis as a gift of Aloha. Loving words were said to each other before being pronounced the new Eddie and Anna by Rev. Mike. Many pictures of memories of this occasion will be treasured. Eddie says they gloat when their love ones see their pictures of warm Hawaii. Their honeymoon road trip continues after leaving Hawaii, flying to Los Angeles and driving forward to Nevada and the rest of the U.S. to finish in forty days. Congratulations and have a safe journey.

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We plan Hawaii weddings for all couples

Jessica and Marissa are Hawaii residents, and found Hawaii weddings for destination weddings are a lot more reasonable priced. They chose a wedding package in the upper level price of no more then $1300, receiving service they wanted from limousine, singer, photography, video, minister, bouquet and leis. The beautiful wedding of Jessica and Marissa riwas held on March 2, 2018 at Waialae Beach Park. Rain threatened for a while, but it turned out to be a wonderful day, In fact, a little rain is a sign of good luck. The arrival of the lovely Jessica in a stylish white full skirt wedding gown and Marissa looked sharp in black tux, teal colored vest and tie. Jessica’s bouquet was beautiful pink and teal in color. Mother of the bride wore a beautiful orange dress. Reverend Kermit was there to greet them. Singer and the camera crew were on sight and in action as they arrived. A practice run by Reverend Kermit was done for the processional, with the couples three girlfriend, Mom to escort Jessica down the sandy aisle. Blowing of the conch begin all of our Hawaii weddings, whether it is blown once, twice or whatever the style of each minister. Marissa and Reverend awaits at the altar as the singer sings the Hawaiian wedding song as Jessica smiles coming down the aisle with Mom. Kisses from Mom to Jessica & the groom to be. The photo/video crew has captured everything from their arrival and continues to record the best part of the ceremony, until their departure. A memorable romantic wedding ceremony with their love ones gathered around them like a family affair. They were announced as partners in marriage at the signing of their marriage certificate. They will long remember this special day, with the many memories preserved with professional pictures and video footage. Away they go on their limousine sipping champagne. Mahalo and congratulations.

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