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Hawaii's Premiere Wedding Planners and Coordinators on the gorgeous Island of Maui: Ceremony Ministers

Each of the Ministers we offer were selected based on their past warmth, kindness and integrity. In all our years of planning weddings in Hawaii we have received nothing but praise for each and every ceremony we have coordinated.

Aloha Beach Weddings of Maui | 3530 Lower Honoapiilani Road | Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii, 96761 | 1-808-276-0572

"I started interviewing planners in January of this year. I was so impressed with your website that I contacted you directly. Instantly I knew you were the planners for us! During our months of preparation everyone involved was very professional and helped us to arrange everything necessary to make our day very special. We celebrated 25 years of marriage in June this year. This was by far one of the most wonderful experiences of our lives, renewing our vows on the beach in Maui. I have and will continue to refer your company to everyone. Sincerely, Sherry Haviland"

Reverend Adam

For those of us who call Hawaii our home, the flower lei is a symbol of love. It is also a symbol of things that are fragile and temporal. A flower lei will last a day or two and then it is gone. Our lives are like the lei within the span of eternity; therefore, live with tender consideration for each other, continue to love one another and your marriage will last. May the leis you now offer each other be recognized for the love that you have for one another.
The wedding rings are a symbol of longevity in the marriage covenant. The circle of the ring symbolizes the never ending circle of love and commitment that you are making. Always see the best in each other, and each day that you are together, when you look at the beauty of these rings; Remember the love that you have for each other is forever.
May the Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ and the Love of God and the Communion of His Spirit be with you always. May God bless you and keep you. May God's Face shine upon
you and be gracious unto you. May God lift up His Countenance upon you and give you peace. Amen.

Reverend Kimo

Marriage is a commitment to life. To the best that two people can find and bring out in each other. It offers opportunities for sharing and growth no other Human Relationship can equal; a physical and emotional journey that is Promised for a lifetime.
Within the circle of its love, marriage encompasses all of Life's most important relationships. A wife and a husband are each other's best friend, confidant; lover; teacher, and listener. 
There may come times when one partner is heartbroken or ailing, and the love of the other brings healing; of steadfastness, that establishes the marriage covenant.
Marriage understands and forgives the mistakes that life is unable to avoid. Yet it encourages and nurtures new life, new experiences; new ways of expressing love through the seasons of Life.
When two people pledge to love and care for each other, in Marriage; they seem to create a spirit unique to themselves, which binds them closer than any spoken or written words. 
Marriage is a promise, made in the hearts of two people who love each other, and this will take a lifetime to fulfill. 
Imau Aku Kaloko Mai Ka'i O Ka Haku O Iesu Cristo Me Kealoha O Keakua A Mekalauna Puana O Ka'uhane Hemolele Me Ka Ko Apa'u.

Reverend Michael

The two of you have come here to start a new beginning in your lives and to make a commitment that from this day forward you will walk together. Both of you will bring new
wisdom and strength to your union as you commit yourselves to a lifetime journey together. May you look forward to the years ahead in giving, sharing and getting to know each other. May you open your hearts for this opportunity to love one another.
 Marriage is a commitment to life and to the best that you can find and bring out of each other. It offers opportunity for sharing and growth that no other human relationship can equal. It is a physical and emotional joining that is promised for a lifetime.
 Within the circle of your love, marriage will encompass all of lifes most important relationships. A wife and a husband are each others best friend, confidant, lover, teacher and listener. When you pledge to love and care for each other in marriage you create a spirit that is unique to yourselves. A spirit which binds you closer than any spoken or written word can ever do.
Marriage is a promise made in your two hearts to be nurtured and fulfilled for the rest of your lifetime together.


And it was asked of the haumana (student) "What of Marriage?" and the Kumu replied "You were born together, and together you shall be forevermore," Yes you shall be together even in the silent memory of God. But let there be spaces in your togetherness-and let the winds of heaven dance between you. Love one another, but make not bondage of love; let it rather be a moving sea between the shores of your souls. Sing and dance together and be joyous- but let each of you be alone- even as the strings of the harp are alone, though they quiver with the same music. Give of your hearts- but not into each other's keeping- for only life itself can contain your heart. [If religious ceremony I say only God can contain your heart] Stand together- yet not too near for the pillars of the Temple stand apart, and the Kukui tree and Koa grow not in each other's shadow. Look around you now at these trees. You see they all give each other the space to grow, live fully and blossom.
Take a deep breath together and look deeper than you ever have. Look through these, the window of the soul into the center of our partner's heart. If you look right now, you will see this is where your love is living. It is these eyes that will be your very sanctuary and refuge. They will say, "I love you" countless times without saying a word. It is this hand you're holding that will reach out to you when you need strength, and pull you in to you.

Reverend Tino

Born and raised on the beautiful island of Maui, Rev. Tino truly represents the spirit of Aloha.
Tino, having been ordained through New Passion Ministries and having been a dedicated family man for many years, has built his life upon a foundation of love and devotion that is matched only by his commitment to providing the most heart-felt wedding ceremonies.
Whether presiding over a large ceremony or simply joining a couple in matrimony on a secluded beach, Tino approaches every interaction with the individual attention and respect that it deserves. And though he has married hundreds of happy couples with his Hawaiian Non-Denominational Christian ceremonies, he continues to treat every new ceremony as a new chance to pour his sincerity and passion into every word he speaks.
Tino feels truly blessed to do what he does, and he derives no greater pleasure than in the sharing of his faith and his Aloha spirit.

Reverend Kenneth

Marriage is a commitment to life, to the best that two people can find and bring out in each other. It offers opportunities for sharing and growth, That no other human relationship can equal, a physical, as well as an emotional joining that is promised for a lifetime.Within the circle of its love, marriage encompasses all of life's most important relationship, a wife and a husband are each others best friend, lover, a confidant, a teacher, as well as a listener.
Marriage deepens and enriches every facet of life, happiness is fuller, memories are fresher, and commitment is stronger. Marriage understands the mistakes that life is unable to avoid, yet it nurtures and encourages new life, new experiences, and new ways of expressing love through the seasons of life.
So when to people pledge to love each other, in marriage, they seem to create a spirit that is truly unique to themselves, which binds them closer, then any spoken or written words, and marriage is a promise made in the hearts of two people who love each other, and this will take a lifetime to fulfill. Welcome to our Island...

Reverend Dennis

Rev. Dennis born and raised here in the Hawaiian Islands. He is an ordained non-denominational minister, ordained by the World Christian Ministry, and founder of Aloha Nohea Church which he started in 1997. He perform weddings for couples of all faiths. Rev. Dennis performs Christian, Hawaiian, Non-Denominational, Contemporary and Traditional Wedding Ceremonies for couples of all faith's, also Vow Renewals. Rev. Dennis was born on the Island of Kauai and raised on Maui. He attended school in Oahu at St. Ann's and St. Louis. After finishing college he then moved back to Upcountry Maui where his Portuguese ancestors originally migrated to in 1878. He is a warm and gentle man perfect for just a couple or a family union.  

As the tides ebb and flow, so, to, do the fortunes of life. Footprints in the sand are washed away, driftwood moves on it's endless quest for a peaceful harbor. Only a deep and abiding love can withstand the tides of change in two lives, your love shall be enduring and profound and we have gathered here to witness this love and the vows and commitment you are about to make. With your hands together as one you stand with Aloha, your love so strong, and yet so tender and free. As your hearts beat as one, your thoughts are beautiful, as your eyes meet, There is no doubt , your lives have touched, And throughout all eternity, The beauty shall be there, As sure as the makani (wind), As sure as you Ma`lama (care), As sure as you Aloha (love), The breathe of life.

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