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Here are some Hawaiian Wedding Traditions you may want to discuss with your Hawaii Minister or officiant.

The blowing of the conch shell – In Hawaii, the blowing of the conch shell represents the beginning of a significant event. This produces a beautiful sound and is the perfect way to announce that your Hawaii Wedding is beginning.

Chanting – A traditional Hawaiian wedding begins with a welcome chant – The Oli Aloha, which translates to: “Fragrant with the breath of hala and lehua, the lehua scent from the mist. This is my present desire. Your arrival fills me with eagerness. Now that you have come, love comes with you Welcome with Aloha!. " A Hawaiian chanter may also walk the bride down the aisle, while chanting a story of love. Another common time for chanting is during a lei exchange between bride and groom.

Poured Sands – The bride and groom pour multicolored sand (one color for the bride and one color for the groom) into a bottle. While doing this they may recite: “Inseparable we are like the grains of sand united now. The individual is emptied into the sea of love and can no longer be separate but will be forever and always entwined as one.”  As the sands that are poured into the bottle cannot be separated back into their original containers, neither the bride or groom can be separated from their love. Some couples add some sand from the beach where they were married as a special memento of their wedding day.

Did you know? - You are not legally required to have witnesses present at your ceremony. Although some wedding planners and officiants will offer to provide you witnesses (for an extra fee), they are not required by Hawaii state law.

Kauai Wedding Ministers and Officiants
A Beautiful Affair Of The Heart
Kauai, Hawaii
• 800-935-3565
A Rainbow in Paradise
Kauai, Hawaii
• 808-372-0343
A Simple Marriage-Kauai
P.O. Box 662141 - Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii 96766
• 808-742-6115
A Vow Exchange
PO Box 1255 - Kilauea, Kauai, Hawaii 96754
• 808-828-0336 or 800-460-3434
Kahu Merlin Ching
4540 Fernandes Road - Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii 96746
• 808-823-0528
Frieda Gayle, Kauai Wedding Officiant
P.O. Box 644 - Koloa, Kauai, Hawaii 96756
• 808-482-1999
Hawaii Weddings by Your Kauai Wedding
Kihei, Maui, Hawaii
• 877-262-6370
Joyful Ceremonies
P.O. Box 269 - Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii 96746
Kauai Wedding Blessings
4526 Ehako Street - Kalaheo, Kauai, Hawaii 96741
• 808-332-8335
Kauai Weddings - Harold Kilborn
P.O. Box 668 - Koloa, Kauai, Hawaii 96756
• 808-652-1787
Makamae Weddings, Inc.
P.O. Box 1423 - Kilauea, Kauai, Hawaii 96754
• 808-635-9028
Reverend Wesley Cronk
Kalaheo, Kauai, Hawaii
• 808-332-9356
Reverend Allen Huber
6588 Puupilo Road - Wailua, Kauai, Hawaii
• 808-635-5383
Reverend Larry A. LaSota
Princeville, Kauai, Hawaii
• 866-481-8825
Rev. Billy Joe Magruder III
Kauai, Hawaii
• 808-346-0629
Romantic Weddings Kauai
Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii
• 808-651-4635
Sacred Ceremonies
P.O. Box 690188 - Makaweli, Kauai, Hawaii 96769
• 808-337-9423
Wailana Blessings
P.O. Box 3806 - Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii 96766
• 808-635-1158
Jane Winter of Healing Vacations
6240 Helena Lane - Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii 96746
• 808- 822-2829
Julie D. Wirtz
Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii
• 808-652-9443

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