Wedding Love Hawaii Style

Bring a touch of Vibrant Tropical Wedding Love with Hawaii Style

Logo wedding with Hawaii flowers for Elsa and Willy

Date : 2 – 20th – 2020
Reception : Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel @ Tiki’s

This Hawaii beach wedding used bright tropical style designs with textures and elements of Hawaii’s nature , featuring the mountains of the Koolau’s in the background contrasting to the deep ocean blues of the pacific ocean , after their ceremony they took photo of the 500 foot cliffs of Makapuu Beach and a then headed over to tikis Bar and Grill for the reception celebration and Sunset photo shoot.

Tiki wiki Hawaiian wedding cake by aloha island Weddings with bamboo rolled fondant and Hawaiian tropical flowers of plumerias and birds of paradise

Wedding Day Time Line

12:45pm Guest transportation Shuttle Bus

1:30pm at wedding site
1:30pm to 200pm – Pre photos at site
2:00pm to 2:30pm – Wedding ceremony

2:30 to 3:30 – Group photos family photos video

3:30pm to 3:45 – Guest leave back to hotel

330 to 400pm – Romantic photos on cliff 

4:45- Couple arrives back to Hotel

Reception starts at 6:00pm

6:00pm to 7:00pm – Photographer there for Reception & Sunset

A kiss by the cliffs of Makapuu

kiss by the cliffs of makapuu after wedding ceremony in Hawaii

Elsa Medina & Willy Scharfen
Wedding date : 2-20-2020

Time of Wedding : 2:00pm 4:00pm
Wedding Guest :  25
Date flying into Hawaii : Feb 11th
 Feb 12 meeting at the office : 10am
Wedding license @ 9:30am 9:45am

Hotel : Hyatt Regency on wedding day

Uncle escorting the bride down the beach aisle way

Having some fun by a natural waterfall in the rainforest of Oahu after their wedding on the beach .

Elsa’s hula skirt from plumeria flowers the groom wears a full Maile lei

Pink and rainbow plumeria's with birds of paradise decorate the Hawaiian wedding cake .
Two Tikis guard the Hawaiian wedding cake by Aloha island Weddings with bamboo rolled fondant and with Palms , Rainbow heliconia and Hawaiian tropical flowers of plumerias and birds of paradise
bride laughs with her groom at the reception lanai area at tikis nar and grill
Toasting with friends at reception umbrella drinks
Hawaiian Drink Toast with the Groom
on the beach in hawaii
Sunset skies during reception in Waikiki
Kiss in the sun
Waikiki sunset
Wedding cake tiki style
Waterfall in the Nuuanu forest right outside of honolulu

After wedding photo shoot in the rain forest by a natural waterfall pond in Nuuanu right outside of Honolulu Oahu .
Elsa wears a hula skirt made out of plumeria flowers while Will wears his maile lei and a lava lava.

Hula girl after wedding photo shoot in the rainforest of Nuuanu Oahu

By the waterfall’s edge
Waterfall love
Hula girl rainforest
down deep in the forest of Hawaii
waterfall love
Plumeria hula skirt flows like a waterfall bride and groom forest wedding shoot

Hawaii beach weddings

Hawaii Honolulu wedding planner with heart and soul helping coordinate beach weddings on Oahu and creating unique creative designs for couples dream event .

3 Responses

  1. in California and at first, I thought planning a state away would be difficult. But Jenni and Jennifer did so well with helping me plan. I would work with them again in a heartbeat. I absolutely love them! The reception at the Coconut Club was a dream! We had the most amazing view and sunset, the decor was beautiful, the food was delicious, and the staff (Nikki Eddie) were rockstars! If we could do our wedding reception again, we would! It was stress-free! The staff did an amazing job at taking care of everything! All I had to do was enjoy it all! And really, nothing beats the view! I d have future events with them again! I could go on and on about them! Nothing but positive things to say! I can t wait to return to Waikiki just to stay at the Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel and go back to Tiki s Grill! I m so happy with how everything went!

  2. Today, I went to the beach with my children. I found a sea
    shell and gave it to my 4 year old daughter and said “You can hear the ocean if you put this to your ear.” She placed the shell to her ear and screamed.
    There was a hermit crab inside and it pinched her ear.
    She never wants to go back! LoL I know this is
    entirely off topic but I had to tell someone!
    Thank you for all the great photos of conch shells. I have a question, does the minister always blow the shell before the ceremony starts ? , i see that alot on the videos for weddings in Hawaii .

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