E komo mai * Welcome in Hawaiian : Ua Mau ke Ea o ka ʻĀina i ka Pono
" May the life of the land be perpetuated in righteousness "
We @ Aloha Island Weddings love to give our couples we work with many choices for their minister ,
for you both are the focal point of ceremony and the minister is their to asisit and help you along with
your Promises , Ring exchange , Vow exchange , Lei exchange , and reading /poems of your liking .
The love you have to share with each other brings everyone together so we offer many styles of
ministers to choose from . All of the ministers we work with are local here or have lived in Hawaii
for many years . its so important that your vows and ceremony reflects your own spirit that feels right
for both of you , its a great privilege to be of service for your special Hawaiian wedding day .
Aloha island weddings works with many faiths and ministers / officiates from
traditional Christians ceremonies to non-denominations that are any particular religion .
We service weddings on Oahu though sometime go to the outer islands such as Maui and Kauai .
Our office is based downtown Honolulu of Oahu @
1154 Fort St, Mall suite 208 , Honolulu , Hi 96813
We have been helping couples unite in love since 2003.
We love to help in every step of the process to making sure all the legal paper work is right plus
asisst in personalizing your vows to make it unique to the person you are we make sure to include
loved ones to be apart of the ceremony such as sand ceremony or lighting of the tiki torches.
We provide full minister Officiates in the Oahu Honolulu area We have local Hawaiian Wedding Officiates that
have the knowledge passed down from generation to generation to bring a native Hawaiian element into your
wedding as a memorable cultural native experience too that honors the Aloha spirit of love and life
that is so much of the island vibe and culture .

* Hawaiian Kahu Chant *
* Click on video to hear sound *
Kahu Hawaiian ministers Leihulu chants the
Hawaiian prayer for blessing and love for the
area where the couple will be married on the
beach at Waimanalo before the bride walks
down the aisle the conch shell is blown and
the Kahu { Hawaiian minister } sings another Mele or chant


We are a collective group of Hawaii wedding ministers on the island of
Oahu - Honolulu -Waimanalo- Northshore * Kauai and Maui ministers

Special life ceremonies such as Wedding events * Beach weddings , Child Christenings,
Home blessings * Health healing * Vow renewals * 2 years all the way to 50 years and more !
Wedding counseling * Business blessings * Celebration of life ceremonies .  

*Minister Alan singing on his ukulele *
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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 .


"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 ʻĀina i ka Pono *
May the life of the land be perpetuated in righteousness
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..


Sometimes the Hawaiian minister even wears a haku lei
Kimo having a good laugh with a couple having their
10 year Hawaii vow renewal
on the beach of Makapuu east coast of Oahu

Minister International Faith John Hanson

Rev Mike with flower leis in hand getting ready to ask the wedding couple give family and friends leis.


Pastor John Fuchigami was raised here in Hawaii and is serving as the Senior Pastor of Hope Chapel Iwilei. He’s been married to his beautiful wife for almost 30 years and has three wonderful children. Licensed through the State of Hawaii and having performed well over 10,000 weddings since 2003, Pastor John is able to do a number of different wedding ceremonies to suit the needs and desires of the couple. Ceremonies include: Japanese weddings and Japanese vow renewal ceremonies; Hawaiian-styled ceremonies; vow renewal ceremonies; Filipino/Catholic-styled ceremonies; traditional ceremonies; and more. Pastor John is very flexible when it comes to customizing a ceremony to suit the couple’s needs and he is also currently working on a Korean ceremony! A musician at heart, wedding companies even book him to be musician (ukulele or guitar) as well as minister at his weddings! One of Pastor John’s driving values, when it comes to performing weddings, is “No matter how many weddings I perform, I want to treat each one like it’s my first and only wedding. Practically every couple is experiencing this joy and wonder for the first and only time. I want to enter into, and share, that experience with them. I want each and every couple to feel special . . . because they are. The way I engage and officiate their wedding will only take a moment, but the memory of the event is something they will carry for a lifetime. So I want to treat my role in this occasion with the utmost respect and heart.” Here are some of the Hawaiian styling's that Pastor John can currently include: 1. Wearing a Hawaiian kihei 2. Blowing the conch shell 3. Describing the word "Aloha" and having the couple do a traditional Hawaiian greeting 4. Hawaiian Sand Ceremony 5. Koa Bowl Ring Blessing 6. Various Hawaiian prayers (most, but not all, are Christian in nature). I don't do chanting. I have at least two that are suitable for non-religious couples. 7. Hawaiian Blessing 8. Lei exchanges and lei presentations


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


Rev. Kahu Lei Huliu Mama'o

Rev. Kimo Sabe

Raised on the island of Oahu, lived 25 years on Maui,
than moved back to the island of Oahu

Weddings style : Hawaiian Christian : Non denominational : and custom vows
E Komo Mai ~ E Nana I Ke Kumu ~ i mo'okuauhau i ta makahiki Oli ~

Hawaiian wedding minister Elias Parker

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 application : https://emrs.ehawaii.gov/emrs/public/home.html

Kahu Ka'amana

Sally & Lonny ceremony

Lei De Gracia Oakes, Sheri Gon, Selena Maka'ena, Mieko Māhealani Treaster, April Carvalho, Kaohele Lani, Phoenix Fwkc, Judy Journeay,
Mari Ono, Aya Ueda, Silvia Jaimes, Kathryn Mahealani Wong, LexiandKilika Fong-Balasbas, Marques Hanalei Marzan, Valloh Foto, Sam Ohu
Gon III, Lei Matsumoto, Donna Bulosan, John Cummings III, EarlandAloha Dayton, Tai Crouch and Kamanaopono Aweau Agres at Waikiki

Rach & Doug ceremonyHonpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii 1727 Pali Highway,
Honolulu, HI 96813 Phone:

" I take you as my lawful wedded wife/husband; to have and to hold from
this day forward; for better or worse;
richer or poorer; in sickness and in health; to love and to cherish, as long as we both shall live."

Kahu Fuller

local Hawaiian minister from Waimanalo on the island Of Oahu
likes to include Hawaiiana into the ceremony, will tell stories about the legends of the Hawaiian relating
to the ceremony {example lei ceremony} He is a Hawaiian
Christian Pastor and loves to incorporate the needs of the couple .

Rev Alan Fisher

Wedding 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 ceremonies

Unique to Detail with * Love & Heart *
Rev Chris Cain has been officiating non denominational weddings in Honolulu since 1996.
Down to earth minister who loves surfing and the Hawaiian culture,
Sample of Rev wedding ceremony vows.
He will officiate traditional and non denominational wedding ceremonies.
his wife is Japanese with two children and knows the Japanese language





Kumu'Ola Leina'ala

Aloha ~ My Home Beyond the Heavens ~ "E Ho'ola A Lahui AoI ta Pu'uwaiola 'o Hawai'i I Ta Poe I Ta Honua ~ no ka mea E Nana I Ke Kumu aka E Ola nui i na Aumakua 'O Makali'i 'O Talani ...E Lokahi Mai ~ In Harmony Loving Energies ~ Message from the Pleiades ~ Blessing of Alo~Ha ~ Creating Love on the Wings of Ying Lun Angels and Celestial Aumakua (Golden Guardians) ~ in the course of our journey in Life ... Blessing

Rev Kahu Nomi

This journey back to Waimanalo made me shoo happy. This is where I'm from in my heart. This beach has blown my mind infinite times. The temple I call home is here. Hidden, but very much alive. Aloha e, Kapuaokalani, mahalo e, me ke aloha. To my ancestors, ke Akua and my Ohana, my deepest love.

Wedding Kahu: Mahalani Mix

Hawaiian Christian Prayers, conch shell entry , blessings with songs
plays Hawaiian music and is leader in Christian youth missions
has a simple though loving ceremony. He is also open for customizing ceremonies.

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

Rev. Jofrey Rabanal

Lei Hulu Mamo 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

Rev REIGHMrs Reigh is a native of Honolulu and has served her community for over 40 years in the holistic. Ordained as a Hawaiian nondenominational minister since 1972 she offer couples a sincere way express their love for each other as a officiate for the wedding ceremony



Rev Kahu Traditional Hawaiian Prayers & Christian Blessings
Fritz and Johanna's wedding Hawaiian Wedding Prayers, invocations and blessings are offered for all occasions.
The prayer ministry honors the universality of Ke Akua, God, the creator. The rites and ceremonies celebrate
the spiritual communion of man with the universe and are a spiritual blending of elements that are shared in
commonality between the traditional Hawaiian religion, rituals and ancient customs

Other Traditional Hawaiian Ministers
Dr. Samuel Gong
Keola Lake
Mahalani Kane
Brother Makani Mounaloa

Rev Frank

Able to officiate the
Chinese + Japanese language

Rev Frank

was ordained as a minister in August of 2001 by Arthur Pacheco, the pastor of the Church of Eternal Light. I hold the title of “Reverend” and in September
of 2001 became licensed to perform weddings in the state of Hawaii.
I’ve been a member of the Church of Eternal Light since 1996. It is a non-denominational organization located in Kaimuki, dedicated to spreading both
ancient and modern spiritual truths. The main reason that I pursued this path to become a minister was so that I could be a part of one of the most
important steps in a couple’s life, their wedding day

Rev Lesch is known in
Honolulu for intimate beach wedding
and frequently performs for any of the
hotel weddings in Waikiki.
His specialty is renewal of vows where he works
with the couple to create a personal ceremony.



The officiate, also referred to as the wedding celebrant or minister for wedding ceremonial services,
contributes a very important element to your wedding,
{your love &commitments to each other being the first}
Here are a few ministers who we feel represent a wide variety of paths reflective of the Hawaiian islands.We hope you may find that special minister here that has the experience and aloha to share with you both on your special day joining as husband and wife .you know your minister is part of what makes Aloha Island Weddings what we are , we like to give the decision of choosing your minister to the wedding couple,
So browse through our Hawaiian wedding reverent & officiates

Our Father,
Who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy Name. Thy kingdom come,
Thy will be done, on earth
as it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses
as we forgive those who trespass against us.
And not into temptation but deliver us from evil, for †
Thine is the kingdom
and the power and the glory, forever and ever.


Wedding Vows


Don't think that love, to be true, has to be extraordinary.
What is necessary is to continue to love.
How does a lamp burn, if it is not by the
continuous feeding of little drops of oil?
When there is no oil, there is no light.
Dear friends, what are our drops of oil in our lamps?
They are the small things from every day life: the joy, the generosity,
the little good things, the humility and the patience.
A simple thought for someone else.
Our way to be silent, to listen, to forgive, to speak and to act.
That are the real drops of oil that make our lamps burn vividly our whole life.
Don't look for God far away its not there, god is in you,
take care of your lamp and you will see."
Mother Teresa

On marriage
But let there be spaces in your togetherness,
And let the winds of the heavens dance
between you.
Love one another, but make not a bond
of love:
Let it rather be a moving sea between
the shores of your souls.
Fill each other's cup but drink not from
one cup.
Give one another of your bread but eat
not from the same loaf.
Sing and dance together and be joyous,
but let each one of you be alone,
Even as the strings of a lute are alone
though they quiver with the same music.
Give your hearts, but not into each
other's keeping.
For only the hand of Life can contain
your hearts.
And stand together yet not too near
For the pillars of the temple stand apart,
And the oak tree and the cypress grow
not in each other's shadow.
from The Prophet, by Kahlil Gibran

Love Love gives naught but itself and takes
naught but from itself.
Love possesses not nor would it be
For love is sufficient unto love.
When you love you should not say,
"God is in my heart," but rather, "I am
in the heart of God."
And think not you can direct the course
of love, for love, if it finds you worthy,
directs your course.
Love has no other desire but to fulfill
But if you love and must needs have
desires, let these be your desires:
To melt and be like a running brook
that sings its melody to the night.
To know the pain of too much tenderness.
To be wounded by your own understanding
of love;
And to bleed willingly and joyfully.
To wake at dawn with a winged heart
and give thanks for another day of loving;
To rest at the noon hour and meditate
love's ecstasy;
To return home at eventide with gratitude;
And then to sleep with a prayer for the
beloved in your heart and a song of praise
upon your lips.
from The Prophet, by Kahlil Gibran



Aloha Island Weddings 1154 Fort street Mall suite #208
Honolulu Hawaii , 96813
E-mail: infi8ity@gmail.com Phone : 1{808}294-9385

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