Tracy and Jerry's Anaeho`omalu Beach Wedding

Updated: Dec 15, 2020


Tracy & Jerry were married this past January at the lovely Anaeho`omalu (Waikoloa) Beach during our windy weather stint here on Big Island Hawaii. The couple originally intended to have an Adventure Wedding down in the gorgeous Pololu Valley, but when we arrived to a dark, wet rain, this couple decided that a raining wedding just wasn't for them.






After waiting at the valley for about 15 minutes, Tracy & Jerry decided on a location change. I immediately suggested Mau`umae, which is about a 45 minute drive from Pololu, but when we arrived to the beach it was closed! Oh no! Plan C was not in action. I told the couple to please follow me down the coastline and we would make their wedding day happen!






On our drive down, I called the Waikoloa Resort to ensure that their location was open. They confirmed yes, but very high winds. I knew that this beach was going to be Tracy & Jerry's special wedding place today, especially since so many state and hotel locations were closed due to the weather.





When we arrived in the parking lot, the winds were strong. Just south of the immediate beach, there is a lovely secluded cove, situated on an amphitheater facing the ocean. This spot would provide some shelter for this couple's intimate beach wedding.






When we arrived at the beach, Kona Wedding Officiant's associate photographer, Elisabeth Stapelton took Tracy & Jerry for their first photography session while I prepared for their wedding ceremony.



Once they returned, we started their beautiful, and thanks to the weather, completely private wedding.







After their ceremony, Tracy & Jerry took some group photos with their guests who traveled to be with them for their special day & then took some more couple's photos. Overall, their wedding day was memorable, beautiful, and intimate!














Congratulations to Tracy & Jerry!




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

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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Associate Photography provided by Elisabeth Stapelton. All editing is by Kona Wedding Officiant. Images protected by Copyright owned by Kona Wedding Officiant.



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Deanna

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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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