held in Hawaiian style, with stylized decoration and local traditions including such as leis (necklaces made with natural flowers) exchange between the couple and the use of the haku (crown made of flowers) for the bride. The couple can choose between a Hawaiian wedding officiant (in English) or a non-Hawaiian. We also offer ceremonies in Japanese and Portuguese.
The ceremonies, both marriages or vow renewals, last about 25 minutes and are followed by a photo and video shoot (if such services have been contracted). Hawaii Eco Weddings also does double ceremonies (couples of friends or family) and larger groups.
Hawaiian beaches are among the most beautiful in the world and ensure paradisiacal places for weddings and renewal of vows. The energy of being in touch with nature with your loved one(s) in such a special location makes the ceremonies exclusive, unique and incomparably beautiful.
This beach is very private & quiet. Great for weddings! The visual in the late afternoon is wonderful and there are not many swimmers, which is great for photos. See more at this link HERE.
This beach is chosen by couples who prefer the blue turquoise sea, which is a Waimanalo differential. More Info on Waimanalo Beach HERE.
Strengthening the love and the commitment is never too much, even more in Hawaiian lands. Celebrate your wedding in Hawaii and save memories of a lifetime! The vow renewal ceremonies have similar characteristics to the weddings. The duration and traditions are the same, what changes is that the I DO is being reinforced, and not said for the first time. As the wedding, we also do double vow renewals (couples of friends or family) and larger groups.