by Ron Taylor on 06/21/17
Getting married in Hawaii is very simple. First thing you need to do is fill out an online marriage application with the Department of Health. The application fee is $65.00. After you fill out the application and pay the fee, you and your fiancee will need to go together to the Department of Health with your identification cards. You will receive your marriage license from the clerk. The process is actually pretty quick, less than ten minutes.
You will need to give your license to your wedding minister so that he/she can legalize your marriage with the state of Hawaii after the ceremony. For more info, please go to my website http://www.hawaii-wedding-minister.com/Marriage-License.html
by Ron Taylor on 06/15/17
I had the blessing of performing a marriage vow renewal for this beautiful couple. The couple contacted me through Make a Wish Foundation wanting to fulfill their sons dream of visiting Hawaii. While here on the island, they decided to make it even more special by having their son witness a wedding ceremony. It truly was a heart warming ceremony. Please keep this family in your prayers, especially for their cute little boy.
by Ron Taylor on 02/07/16
I am very happy to announce that The Knot.com has chosen me as the 2016 winner of The Knot best of weddings. This would not have been possible without the support of all my clients and vendors. Thank you so much for putting your trust in me.
God bless you, and Happy Wedding!
by Ron Taylor on 10/20/15
Last month I performed a romantic Hawaii beach wedding at Waimanalo beach, which is located on the East side of the island of Oahu. The bride and groom were glowing with love through out the whole wedding. The groom is a cinematographer, he put together a wonderful video of the wedding.
Thank you for sharing your wedding video, God bless you.
Click on the link below to view the video.
by Ron Taylor on 07/14/15
I perform a lot of weddings not only at the romantic white sand beaches, but also at beautiful wedding chapels. I was looking around the internet and found an article about a mobile wedding chapel. This to me would be a great option for those wanting to have the best of both worlds at an affordable price. Here’s how I envision this concept. The chapel would be placed strategically in a parking lot at the beach. Once the wedding is ceremony is performed in the chapel, the next phase would be the photography on the beach. So if you like both the chapel and the beach, this would save you time and money because everything you need is right there, no need to drive to other places for photos since the chapel is right in front of the beach. Maybe I will build a mobile wedding chapel in the future.