Aloha! Knots & Shots Hawaii, LLC is a creative wedding business that specializes in beach and estate ceremonies. We are a team of talented professionals, who work closely together, to provide you with exceptional services on your big day.
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
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.
Voted the BIG ISLAND'S BEST OFFICIANT... Specailizing in Happily ever after's, Kahu Dean will customize a ceremony that reflects each couples unique relationship and timeless love...Featured on A&E, Inside Edition and Voted #1 officiant in Hawaii by Destination Weddings...Dean will capture the heart of every couple...
Let our licensed wedding officiants assist you with your Special Day. Affordable ceremonies and wedding packages; payment plan available. Beach weddings starting at $150 with permit for up to 12 people. Same day service available starting at $75 and up. Temporary marriage license available in 3 business days online.
Browse our Hawaii wedding officiants and ministers for someone who can lead the ceremony in just the style you want. Finding an officiant shouldn't be a hassle and with the work we've done for you, it won't be.
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