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  • 30th June 2020

    Aloha!

    Pastor John Fuchigami, Wedding Officiant with Marry You in Hawaii spoke about adding ukulele music to your wedding.  Pastor John started out by recommended that if you are looking for music for your ceremony that you look into first hiring separate musicians for your ceremony as...

  • 7th June 2020

    Maila Gibson, one of Marry You in Hawaii’s officiants, a Realtor and an award-winning musician gave her thoughts on how to incorporate music into your wedding ceremony.  Maila is a musician first, but recalled how she got into officiating, first by a DJ and then I would ask her to do weddings...

  • 2nd June 2020

    We spoke with Marry You in Hawaii officiant Kelehua Kawai about what she has seen in regard to personalizing your wedding ceremony.  She wanted to remind couples that the sky’s the limit when trying to do plan your ceremony and make it a bit more special.

    The first thing that many...

  • 30th May 2020

    We asked Hawaii Wedding Professionals to give us their best wedding ceremony tips.  We were joined by Taryn Magalianes from A Touch of You, Lauren Smith of L-4 Love and Joseph...

  • 30th May 2020

    We asked Hawaii Wedding Professionals to give us their best wedding ceremony tips.  We were joined by Richel Cole of For the Good Events, Mona Hirata of NEU Events, Dania Mossman...

  • 28th May 2020

    We asked Hawaii Wedding Professionals to give us their best wedding ceremony tips.  We were joined by Kristen Moux of Kristen Moux Events and Kris Labang of Hawaii Wedding Photography.  

    Kristen is a wedding planner and has been in business for six years and has...

  • 26th May 2020

    How to Incorporate Lei Into your Wedding Ceremony in Hawaii with Kahu Brutus La Benz

    Many couples want to experience a bit of the Hawaiian culture with lei into their ceremony and Kahu Brutus gives a bit of the background on that as a Kahu and a hula practitioner.

    Wearing or...

  • 20th May 2020

    As of 5/18/20, the Governor of Hawaii has now made it temporarily legal for virtual weddings.

    How will this work?

    1. The couple (both parties) must physically be located in the State of Hawaii for the virtual ceremony to take place.  They cannot be in other states or...
  • 21st April 2020

    Aloha all.  At this time, with people sheltering at home, not being able to travel, to gather, and Zoom meetups are the norm we are getting questioned - Are virtual weddings legal in Hawaii?

    At this time, the answer is no.  We were discussing this in our team meeting and Rev....