Updated: Nov 20, 2020
Some couples decide that mid-day is the right time for their Hawaii beach wedding. Although all times of the year is not the right time for a mid-day wedding, winter days can be lovely - and Kim and Dale chose a beautiful day for their Big Island beach elopement. This couple was married in late February 2020 on a warm windy day at Kukio Beach.
Kim and Dale began their beach elopement with Kona Wedding Officiant's Associate Photographer, Marissa Medina before making their way to their ceremony location.
Kim and Dale opened their wedding ceremony with the traditional Hawaiian blowing of the pu (conch shell) and a Hawaiian Oli Blessing. From there, this couple exchanged maile leis and shared intimate vows. Kim and Dale had a traditional ring exchange and sand blending. Soon Kim and Dale were pronounced husband and wife in the State of Hawaii!
After their ceremony, this couple celebrated their "tying of the knot" with a second round of photographs, now as a married couple. Congratulations to Kim and Dale!
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
Aloha for now ~ Deanna, Licensed Minister, Kona Wedding Officiant
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Associate Photography provided by Marissa Medina. All editing is by Kona Wedding Officiant. Images protected by Copyright owned by Kona Wedding Officiant.