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If you want to get married in Hawaii, I want to marry you! Perfect for couples who just want a simple ceremony. Reverend Watters Poki Glover is an Ordained Minister with Ola Loa Ministries and a State of Hawaii licensed officiant. Affordable fees and military rates.
Located upcountry and in the heart of the Kona Coffee Belt, the estate at Holualoa Inn includes over 30-acres, a 6-room inn, cottage and open-air pavilion. This is the ideal setting for your dream wedding, elopement or vowel renewal. Enjoy lush gardens and breathtaking views and sunsets of the Kona Coast.
Specializing in Japanese lash perming: a healthy, less costly alternative to lash extensions! Curling your natural lashes adds length and volume; lash tinting darkens lashes for beautiful, maintenance-free lashes. Expert brow shaping and darkening. Facial waxing services. We also carry Jane Iredale Mineral Cosmetics.
Imagine your Kohala Coast wedding on a beautiful white sand beach in Hawaii with a dramatic sunset as the backdrop. Gorgeous outdoor settings like this and others are yours to experience at Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel.
Mana Events is a boutique event design company specializing in decor and entertainment for groups and weddings. Our knowledge and expertise in event design makes your wedding planning easy and stress-free. Allow Mana Events to create your dream wedding at one of our beautiful Maui locations.
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