Calley O'Neill is a beloved Hawai'i wedding officiant. Calley creates deeply moving and joyous custom wedding ceremonies, together with the bride and groom that reflect their story, spiritual connection and the deep heart of love and celebration that allows everyone at the ceremony to stop and feel the love that is present
Affordable Wedding Packages to include Romantic Beach location, Ceremony Leis, Officiant & Professional Photographer in providing a stress-free and magical experience. In making your Hawaiian beach, park or backyard dream wedding ceremony, come true!
Reverend James Chun has been a respected member of the wedding community since 1999. Personable and charismatic, James is a popular choice amongst couples of all denominations. If you are looking for a Hawaii officiant for your special day, contact him today.
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.
Infinite Bliss provides very personal and professional non-denominational wedding officiant services in the state of Hawaii. Beach weddings, at your home, or resort, Rev. Clark offers a simple but spiritual ceremony that include leis with flowers that are handpicked and made by his wife, with lots of aloha.
Get Married on Maui with our stress free ceremony package "Vegas Style". Rev. Stefan will perform the "I Do" at the time and location you choose. Spend less time on your wedding preparation, instead enjoy the beauty of Hawaii. Get married fast, easy and affordable anywhere on Maui.
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