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Here are few wedding we help plan almost 10 years ago

Tristen and Jared Wedding in Hawaii

Hi Paul! I just wanted to email you with all of the details we discussed yesterday.
We are moving to the Turtle Bay Resort. All of our guests will be staying there as well. We will be arriving on Thursday May 8th. We scheduled a meeting with you in Honolulu on Friday May 9th at noon. We are requesting a bus (the Deluxe mini-coach pictured on your website) to take all of our guests to our Hawaii Beach for the wedding. I really don't think the limo will work; I worry about our parents getting in and out of a limo. You mentioned that you would provide appetizers, sandwiches, water, and champagne on the bus for our guests free of charge. A separate car (Lincoln Town Car) will pick me up at the resort 15 minutes after my guests to take me to the beach. The car will take me to the beach, but will not need to stay after dropping me off…as I will ride back on the bus with our guests. Decorations…

  • All white chairs with white sashes {i want a clean crisp look
  • Bamboo wedding chapel with sheer white fabric
  • An aisle heavy with petals in shades of hot pink and red
  • We do not want any other aisle decoration, only the petals
  • On the signing table, we would like ice water and glasses for our guests
  • We would like lei’s for each of our guests (14 total…which you mentioned would be complimentary). We would like the lei’s to be hot pink and red (matching the petals down the aisle) and similar to those pictured in the “white on white” beach flash gallery (similar picture in the attachment).
  • Jared would like a traditional maile lei (picture in the attachment)
  • I would like a very small (no larger than one inch) ALL white head lei
  • I would also like a very thin all white, single pearl strand lei for the exchange
  • I have attached a picture of the bouquet that I would like. It is important to me that the flowers are bright and the overall bouquet is medium-sized (not huge), and NO carnations

Ceremony…

  • Lei Hulu Mano will officiate
    Photo below of Leihulu mom chanting before the bride is given away

  • You mentioned that we will be able to speak with and/or meet her before the ceremony
  • We would like our ceremony to be spiritual with Hawaiian chanting…however…it is important to us that it not be overtly religious. Particularly, we do not want any references to Jesus, as many of our guests are not Christian.

We think the Beach Chapel package is most suitable. Looking at the beaches, Oahu has some really beautiful beach and this is what we had in mind, but another beautiful,
sandy beach would be fine also. It looks like we will be staying at the Halekulani, so we would like a beach that is reasonably close to our resort.
We are wondering about switching out the limo in the package for the trolley or motor coach, whichever is most cost-effective to transport our guests.
This large tour bus is new to the islands it holds up to 25 people the cost is 45 an hour more than the limo

If you don't want a limo this
is available for you
There will be a minimum of 11 guests (including the bride and groom), and perhaps more, though
not to exceed 17.

In terms of the ceremony set-up...we would like the beach chapel (I'm assuming that's the bamboo structure?) with sheer white fabric covering it and all white chairs (as in the "white on white" pictures in the flash gallery). We would like an aisle heavy with petals in shades of bright pink, hot pink, and red. We would also like a flower lei (in the pinks and red) on each chair for our guests. We're also wondering about having water (is champagne allowed?)
Yes champagne is not allowed but you may have some in the limo, we would have juice and water or soda for your guest which will be included.
There will be a signing table for your guest.
For the bride's bouquet, we like the bouquet in the flower flash gallery under the "orchids" heading titled, "love aloha wedding nina 1-143. A similar size would be nice with a similar hot-pink ribbon...however, we would like a mix of hot pink and red orchids if possible.
Yes
We would also like an all white lei for the groom and a small head lei (just less than half the size of all of the lei's pictured) for the bride with small white flowers.
nor wedding party bouquets Also, we would like to forgo the flower shower, and just have the extra petals down the aisle.

We are still looking for a rabbi...if we do not find
one we would like Lei Hulu Mamo to officiate our ceremony.

We would like leihulu Momo to be our Hawaiian minister
solo musician we would like love Hawaiian music played on the ukelele.

Tristen here is a Sun chart for your wedding day !! in May

Sunrise: 5:55am
Sunset: 7:01pm
Moonrise: 12:12pm
Moonset: 12:43am
First Qtr: 5:48pm

Hawaiian Red Hibiscus to be our main flower on the aisle way also to
have that flower for your chair bow ornament

Everyone received a lei at our wedding this is a photo of
the lei all the men received, i requested fore the pink
plumeria to be set into the tea leaf lei
Tristen

Hawaii Wedding photos taken of different ceremonies throughout the month

photo with orange hibiscus blue orchids and bright yellow bird of Paradise

Hula dancer practicing before the wedding

palms on the white gazebo on the beach

her rose bouquet with light pink and full bloomed peonies

This pink rose pink hibiscus bouquet sits on the beach in Hawaii right after a wedding ceremony

Kiley and Kyle

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Black and white theme

Estate pre wedding house

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Bouquet of orange hibiscus and pink plumerias

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Mickey mouse and top hat

White chairs with turquoise sashes and pink hibiscus flower. The garden green arch on the beach

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