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  • 26th March 2021

    GREAT NEWS! POP THE BUBBLY! After many many, long months, weddings were finally cleared to have guests up to 100 guests.  What else is involved and what are the details?

    Here's a direct clip from the...

  • 25th March 2021

    Have you ever thought you'd love to have an elopement in Hawaii for the great weather, hiking, food, culture, shopping, but not quite the beaches. What? Maybe your SO loves the beaches, but you may not be a fan, but you can both agree that you LOVE Hawaii. Thank you, we do too.  What to do?...

  • 16th March 2021

    For the past two years the Marry You in Hawaii Team has taken team photos for our annual Valentine's Day cards, social media and just to have on hand.  Last year, the team was at Magic Island and I wanted a different venue this year since everything was SO different. The Historic...

  • 10th March 2021

    Not even the pandemic could stop these high school sweethearts from finally getting married!  Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, Megan and Benjamin were supposed to get married back home with family but chose to marry on Oahu where Ben has been stationed for about a year and where Megan is going to...

  • 7th March 2021

    If you saw the Meghan and Harry interview with Oprah, you know that they actually got married three days before the world saw what they thought was their "real wedding."  Was this surprising? Yes and no.  Over the years, I've heard many couples tell us that they either are already married, or...

  • 19th February 2021

    For many in Hawaiʻi, having a “blessing” performed is a common local tradition for occasions such as moving into a new residence, purchase of a new home or property, opening of a new business, and the like. The Hawaiian word for a “blessing” is “pōmaikaʻi”; and while it’s great to have such...

  • 30th October 2020

    After several shut downs, Hawaii is slowly opening again.  As of October 15, tourists can now fly to the islands within 72 hours of a negative Covid-19 test.  However, gatherings are still limited at this time as the reopening strategy is one of a tiered system and the island is currently on "...

  • 8th September 2020

    Aloha!

    Marry You in Hawaii wedding officiant Pastor John Fuchigami speaks about how to customize your wedding ceremony. There are many ways to do this – you can pick your colors, your flowers, your venue, your theme, etc. but to go futher, here are three categories:

  • 25th August 2020

    How to Tailor Your Wedding Ceremony

     

    Aloha!

    Marry You in Hawaii Wedding Officiant Kelehua Kawai explained how to tailor your wedding ceremony or vow renewal to your liking.  The most important thing to know is that as wedding officiants, we remain flexible and we are...

  • 18th August 2020

    Aloha!

    Pastor John Fuchigami, Wedding Officiant with Marry You in Hawaii spoke about how to write your own vows.  What better way to make your ceremony absolutely unique then by putting your love to word, into promise.

    His first tip is to start early.  Donʻt wait until the last...

  • 11th August 2020

    Aloha all!  Within a wedding ceremony, there are many mini-ceremonies within the actual ceremony.  When customizing your ceremony, you can start to think about what elements or mini-ceremonies make the most sense for you as a couple, as well as possibly incorporating a sense of place or culture...

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