Maui Beach Vow Renewal

Maui Beach Vow Renewal

A Maui beach vow renewal is a special celebration and time share a joyous moment with those who share in your many years of love and marriage. Congratulation Catherine and Mark on celebrating 25 years of marriage! The celebration took place at Kapalua Beach with family and close friends. Everyone especially adores their granddaughter who was intrigued by the butterfly release! Cute photo opportunity captured by Lumiere Hawaii Photography!

Maui Beach Wedding

Maui Beach Wedding

Maui Beach Wedding

A Maui Beach Wedding at one of the most beautiful beaches in the world may be the setting for a very special and memorable day.

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Congratulations on your recent engagement! We are thrilled that you have chosen to have your special wedding day on Maui. A Maui Wedding Day is a full service wedding/ event planning and coordination company. Our goal is to ease any anxiety that wedding couples may have with planning a destination wedding, with positive energy, enthusiasm, expertise, and experience in every event that we design. Your needs are our priority, and we will work with you every step of the way to create an event as memorable as can be. We are dedicated to excellence and determined to assist you in creating an event of a lifetime. Now just sit back and relax… let us take care of all the details for you.

Romantic Beach Wedding Setting

Beach Wedding Permit

Officiate of Choice

Personalized Marriage License Arrangements (Couple will pay licensing fee of $70. directly to the licensing agent)

Floral Lei Exchange

Assistance with Travel and Accommodations

On-Site Wedding Coordinator


Maui Beach Wedding

The Best Maui Beach Wedding and Reception Ever…

Wedding ceremony at Kapalua Beach with Lumiere Photography, Kapalua Spa, Dellables Flowers, Cake Fanatics, and reception dinner just steps away at Merriman’s Restaurant. Start your wedding day preparations at the luxury spa for bridal hair and make up and groom massage and relax by the pool. Then, have an organic and healthy lunch at the relaxing room, ahhh! Just steps away from the beach, your wedding dream will be captured by amazing photography. Ending your destination beach wedding with fine dining overlooking the picturesque beach where you exchanged wedding vows just a few hours earlier, in the presence of family and best friends.

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Maui Beach Wedding

Maui Beach Wedding

Maui Beach Wedding and Dinner Reception

Your guest gather for your beach wedding ceremony at the picturesque Kapalua Beach. The day begins with a relaxing day for the bridal party as they are pampered a the Kapalua Spa, having their hair and make up professionally taken care of. Mani and pedi as they relax and enjoy the lavish spa facilities. No wonder that the Kapalua Spa was voted Most Luxurious Destination Spa in America. After finishing and getting dressed, the bridal party and bride arrive to the beach just in time for the ceremony to begin. They enter the beach Hawaiian Style, via the Spa Golf Cart. Music and cameras start!

Overlooking the beach with views of Kapalua Bay, West Maui Mountains, Lanai, and Molokai, is the perfect setting for a wedding dinner, letting the dreamy wedding day settle into reality. The Merriman’s Restaurant Cabana is an intimate setting to celebrate your wedding. Contact your wedding coordinator to decorate and set up your dining setting. The ambiance and award winning menu creates an unforgettable wedding experience where you can savior the true essence of the island tropics, flavors of the fresh ocean catch, fragrance of the tuberose wedding leis, and visions of the swaying palm trees on one of the world’s most famous and beautiful beaches.

Photography: Lumiere Hawaii
Flowers: Dellables
Catering: Food for the Soul

Japanese Wedding Maui

Tomo and Misui were married at the Holy Innocents Church, Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii. A quaint church located in Lahaina. The wedding chapel includes a room suitable for the bride to dress and make up, and a private changing room for the groom, the couple’s parents and other important guests. There is a place for the families to meet and formally introduce themselves (goshinzoku shokai), a studio or photography, and a room suitable for the reception party. Each part is staffed by highly trained professionals who make it their business to ensure the couple enjoy their special day.

The pastor gives a brief welcome and introduction, then announces the bride’s entrance. The doors swing open and all faces turn to see the bride gracefully enter the walk down the aisle. Usually the bride is escorted on her father’s arm. The wedding procession is a magnificent moment! It includes the ring bearer, best man, ushers, bridesmaids and flower girls. The procession ends with the groom bowing to the bride’s father. The father returns the bow. In Japan, the bow is an art and this exchange is especially significant as the father is handing his daughter over to the groom.

The service is given in Japanese and English. Prayers and blessings enable everyone to understand the vows of marriage.



Sake-Sharing Ceremony

The traditional Japanese ceremony is a Shinto ceremony, though many Japanese in America celebrate weddings with a Buddhist ceremony. Regardless of religious rituals, most Japanese also include a cultural sake-sharing tradition at the wedding, popularly called san-san-kudo — san means “three,” ku means “to deliver,” and do means “nine.” This ritual dates back to a time when sharing sake created a formal bond as strongly as a handshake did in Victorian times. Using three flat sake cups stacked atop one another, the bride and groom take three sips each from the cups. Then their parents also take sips (for a total of nine sips), cementing the bond between the families.


Honoring the Parents

Japanese weddings usually take some time to acknowledge the parents of the bride and groom. In some weddings, the couple offers bouquets of flowers, a toast, or a personal letter of love and thanks. Any of these gestures is a beautiful way to honor your parents at the wedding.


Thank you Tomo and Misui for allowing us the honor of participating in your special wedding event.