Congratulations Samantha and Johnny

The Palace Gardens at the Waikoloa Hilton was the gorgeous location for this touching wedding performed by minister Keoni Atkinson.  We were so happy to be part of their special day!  We wish you all the best, always and forever, mau loa.

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Love was in the air

We could all feel the love this entire family had for each other at this beautiful vow renewal.  Officiant, Aunty Tutu of Feel the Touch of Aloha performed a lovely heartfelt hawaiian ceremony in the stunning sunset at the beautiful Hilton Waikoloa.blog1blog2a

Congratulations Elle & Paul – Mauna Lani Resort

We had so much fun with Elle, Paul and the whole family at beautiful Mauna Lani Bay Hotel.  The fun, excitement and love was only enhanced by bright vibrant colors of the Kohala Coast and the spectacular Hawaiian sunset.  These two have so much love in their hearts, they made our job effortless.  It was such a pleasure to share in their special day.  Congrats again!

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Wanda & Penny – Mauna Lani Bay Hotel

I had such a wonderful afternoon with these two beautiful ladies. While checking off two “must dos” from their bucket lists (a dream Hawaiian vacation and a simple and beautiful beach wedding), I was honored to be a part of such a cherished and momentous moment in their lives. They planned it perfectly with the help of the amazing staff at the Mauna Lani Bay Hotel, bringing together so many wonderful elements of the Islands, like a private hula and conch shell blower and sand ceremony and beautiful heart felt ceremony performed by Rev. Penei. Congratulations Wanda and Penny!

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Dulmaa & DJ – Mauna Lani Bay Resort

May 31st, 2014 – Dulmaa & DJ – Mauna Lani Bay Resort from Mau Loa Studio on Vimeo.

Peter and Sally Mauna Lani Bay Resort

Peter and Sally Mauna Lani Bay Resort

Peter & Sally had a lovely evening at the Mauna Lani Resort for their romantic vow renewal celebrating 37 years of marriage! Gentle trade winds, a spectacular sunset and a sleeping honu (turtle) completed their perfect Hawaiian ceremony.