A Hawaii Wedding

Hawaii Weddings and Vow Renewals on Oahu


Hawaii Wedding and Hawaiian Wedding

Our ministers are licensed by the State of Hawaii and
used by the very best hotels, top wedding venues, companies, and local couples.

We offer a variety of marriage and vow renewal ceremony styles for you to choose from including our Romantic non-religious, Romantic Christian, and a Hawaiian accented ceremony.

All of our include the traditional blowing of the conch shell by the minister.

Each officiate has their own proprietary ceremony wording with nothing a "normal" couple would find objectionable.

While each of our officiates can perform any of our ceremony styles, we like to assign officiates based upon the specifics of your event and may suggest a time change to accommodate their schedule. We have one minister who is licensed to perform same-sex weddings. See here.

Our officiates dress in beach wedding appropriate or Hawaiian theme attire for ceremonies.

Finally, we like our beach weddings ceremonies to be straight forward, simple, low-key, enjoyable and fun, and with no stress.

FYI: We do not select ministers because of race, ethnicity, or gender. We simply use the best people and those we trust.

See about Ceremony details here.

See a Wedding Ceremony

Here's an uncut raw version of a Romantic Christian Hawaiian wedding ceremony before editing. Your ceremony will not be exactly the same and you may have a different officiate altogether, but this will give you an idea of what we do. It may take a minute or two for the movie to load.

See movie here.

See the photos of this wedding here.

What our ministers don't do...

Be creepy, freaky, mean, embarrassing, intrusive, or too personal.

Do photography, video, or music too.

Wear dark or mirrored sunglasses during your ceremony.

Be a "Johnny Cash" by wearing all black.

Dress as Krishna dudes and be cosmic, mystical, bare-chested, or not wear underwear.

Ask for a "soul-to-soul" exchange or requiring a meeting to gain a common "spiritual frequency" or "meshing" of beliefs.

Require a telephone conference asking you to share your personal thoughts and feelings about each other, and then embarrassing you in front of guests.

Have officiates who make our other vendors jobs more difficult than they already are.

All this stuff we've seen or participated in performing our professional specialty at other weddings. If they sound scary, they are! LOL.