The Hawaiian Conch Shell 

For Wedding Ceremonies 
"Sound of the Waves & Wind , the conch shell reverberates through the breeze calling forth 
Love that is already there to realize *

Ua Mau ke Ea o ka ʻAina i ka Pono * 
May the life of the land be perpetuated in rightiousness 
Sample of one idea for a Hawaiian style tradition wedding ceremony

Sound of Angels * Winged & Hearts *
Reverent Hawaii minister Paul blowing the
conch shell as the prelude to the start of the wedding blessing.....

Here some teasers video Hawaiian
wedding ceremonies  


 Rev.Kimo 

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Hawaii wedding reverent's / Cultural healers, Kahu,
event ministers plus practitioners engaged in services for 
Hawaiian ceremonies + blessings on Oahu 


With Lei Exchange Ceremony,
light the Unity fire tiki torch,
Sand Ceremony,

 

 

 

Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast,
it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking,
it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.
Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth.
It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.
Love never fails.

 


 

 

 

 

Info on your wedding license
Application: 
https://emrs.ehawaii.gov/emrs/public/application-type.html
or Hawaii electronic online marriage app
lication : 
https://emrs.ehawaii.gov/emrs/public/home.html

Rev. Kahu Lei Huliu Mama'o
A traditional Hawaiian wedding ceremony is officiated by a local minister,

 The minister sings a chant while escorting the bride  to the front of the ceremony.
Traditional Hawaii Vows and non religious ceremonies , Chanting, Hawaiian Prayers and a deep knowledge in the Tradition in her specialty. She brings a wealth of chants with a beautiful singing voice Her friendly humble sweet style with Hawaiian brings flavor of the Aloha spirit to each Hawaii wedding

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Rev. Chris 

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Rev. Alan 
Alan minister for 20 years on the island of Hawaii,
Non denominational wedding ceremonies and traditional Christian
weddings,  I will officiate weddings services for
non denominational weddings and religious ceremoni
es,

*Minister Alan singing on his ukulele * 
* Click on video to hear sound *
Here is a short section of the Hawaii wedding minister Rev. Alan Fisher ceremony flow 
and assisting the couple with their ring exchange plus gives them two flower leis to give
each other after that he sings the Hawaiian wedding song on his ukulele .

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Rev. Kahu Mahalani 

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Rev Kahu Mike
Hawaiian style very relaxed friendly he loves to arrive early
& greet and talk with the guest , Services in english & Japanese languages.

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Kahu  Ka'amana

Rach & Doug
Ceremony Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii 

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Rev. Jofrey 

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Hawaiian wedding minister
Rev. 
 Kahu Elias