Jaime & Jesse's Just Beautiful Kikaua Point Park Beach Wedding

Jaime & Jesse's Kikaua Point Park Beach Wedding

Jaime and Jesse were married this summer at Kikaua Point Park Beach.

Their summer wedding was just beautiful, highlighted by the breeze, the sounds of Uma's ukulele, flowers in the sand, and of course, the towering Kikaua Point palms.

Jaime and Jesse's Kikaua Point Park Beach Wedding

Thanks to our photographer, Gerald Besson, Jaime and Jesse have many photographs to remember their special wedding day, starting with a striking series of them walking through the gorgeous trees of Kikaua Point Park.

Jaime and Jesse had an intimate family wedding, which began with their processional down an aisle made of flowers. Uma sang "Lava" as Jaime met Jesse at my beach altar near the water.

Jaime & Jesse's Kikaua Point Park Beach Wedding

Jamie & Jesse Kikaua Point Park Beach Wedding Kona Wedding Officiant

Jaime & Jesse Kikaua Point Park Beach Wedding Kona Wedding Officiant

Their ceremony opened with the blowing of the pu (Hawaiian conch shell) and a Hawaiian Oli (song) blessing. Jaime and Jesse then exchanged leis to greet one another into their lives.

They proceeded by sharing vows and blending the sand beneath their feet. After this lovely couple was pronounced husband and wife, they sealed their vows with a kiss and celebrated with their family!

Kikaua Point is so wonderful because it offers beach and grass. The family danced to Uma's ukulele and enjoyed the company of family in paradise Hawaii.

Before settling in for some sunset shots, Jaime and Jesse relaxed on the grass and took some photos under the trees.

Jaime & Jesse's Kikaua Point Park Beach Wedding

As the sun went down, Gerald got some remarkable sunset pictures that resembled a rainbow in the Hawaiian sky.

Jaime & Jesse Kikaua Point Park Beach Wedding

Jamie and Jesse Kikaua Point Park Beach Wedding

What a beautiful wedding! So many blessings to these two!

Here at Kona Wedding Officiant, we have a page dedicated to our beautiful recommended Big Island Beach Locations.  These spots are tried and true for your big day here in Hawaii. Although we can obtain a permit for many locations, these are the ones that we recommend above all else due to their intimacy, beauty, and character.  So, check them out - and please, ask any questions you have! It is our pleasure to help you plan your best day ever here in Hawaii.

Kona Wedding Officiant plans intimate beach weddings along the Kona Coast at many beautiful beach locations. To learn more about planning your perfect wedding day in Hawaii, visit http://www.konaweddingofficiant.com

Photography provided by Gerald Besson Photography.

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

Connect with me anytime to plan your dream destination wedding at Kona Wedding Officiant, konaweddingofficiant@gmail.com or 808-209-6275

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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. 

Deanna believes that every wedding is a gift.  She is passionate about bringing couples together in the sacred bond of marriage.  Ceremonies are personalized to couples and additional elements such as Blowing Of The Pu are welcomed without additional fees. To create an ideal experience, all weddings are performed on secluded beaches whenever possible.

Deanna has a degree in Philosophy and Religion.  She has a strong background in Hawaiian cultures and traditions through her past work as a teacher in the state of Hawaii.  Deanna had the privilege to teach Hawaiian studies and Hawaiian history.  There she was given the gift of working with Hawaiian Kumus where she learned protocols and traditions such as lei making, chants, and songs.  Deanna continues to learn new Hawaiian Oli, Mele, and Pule to bring to her ceremonies. Before moving to Hawaii, back in New Jersey, Deanna worked with hundreds of brides and grooms in a different way, as a professional wedding photographer.

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