Hand-Binding Ceremony

Updated: Feb 16, 2020

Hand Binding Ceremony


This beautiful couple, Laura and Diane, wanted to perform an old tradition for their wedding ceremony instead of exchanging rings, a Hand-Binding Ceremony. Thanks to these two, I had the privilege of not only learning about, but also performing this ceremony that established the term “tying the knot.”



Kona Wedding Hand Binding Ceremony - Holualoa Beach Kona Wedding Officiant

Laura and Diane chose to use three lovely ribbons for their ceremony which I tied into a figure eight around their clasped right hands. Once tied, I said some words of commitment for the couple, handed each of them an end of the ribbon, and they pulled the ribbons to ‘tie the knot’ on their love!



Kona Wedding Hand Binding Ceremony - Holualoa Beach Kona Wedding Officiant


Laura and Diane will keep this ribbon as a keepsake of their wedding day and always have the memory of tying the knot at Holualoa Beach. I too will remember my first Hand-Binding Ceremony thanks to this couple. Mahalo Laura and Diane!



Kona Wedding Hand Binding Ceremony - Holualoa Beach Kona Wedding Officiant

Kona Wedding Hand Binding Ceremony - Holualoa Beach Kona Wedding Officiant



Kona Wedding Officiant plans Kona weddings, intimate Big Island elopement weddings and family weddings in Hawaii. Simple beach ceremonies start at $250 and include your beach permit. Elopement Wedding Packages with Professional Photography start at $650. To learn more about planning your perfect wedding day in Hawaii, visit http://www.konaweddingofficiant.com


Associate Photography provided by Gerald Besson. All editing is by Kona Wedding Officiant. Images protected by Copyright owned by Kona Wedding Officiant.


Aloha for now ~ Deanna, Licensed Minister, Kona Wedding Officiant


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Deanna

Licensed Minister

Owner of Kona Wedding Officiant

Meet Deanna

Kona Wedding Officiant’s licensed minister, Deanna, believes that Aloha is the most important element of a wedding in Hawaii.  Aloha has many meanings, but most of all, it means love.  Deanna specializes in Hawaiian traditions and enjoys creating intimate, romantic ceremonies for couples.  All couples and denominations are welcome in marriage and vow renewal at Kona Wedding Officiant. Learn more about Deanna here.

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