Aloha Ceremonies
P. O. Box 1989, Kailua Kona, HI

Aloha Ceremonies

P. O. Box 1989
Kailua Kona, HI 96745
Aloha Ceremonies, Kailua Kona — Officiant Services, as a non-denominational officiant, 
honors all beliefs; and serves the spiritual needs of the couple regardless of their religious backgrounds, beliefs, 
or lifestyle. Ceremonies are personalized to the individual couples desires, whether religious, non-religious, or spiritual Hawaiian. Ceremonies include elements of traditional and contemporary parts of wedding ceremonies; combined with the aloha spirit.
P. O. Box 1989
Kailua Kona, HI 96745
Availability
Non-denominational Officiant Wedding Services. Whether you are planning, an intimately discreet ceremony, or the whole-shebang - After all "It's your day, your way." You will want an experienced Officiant, one who represents the state of Hawaii, and can provide a non-denominational yet deeply spiritual, as well as romantic and heartfelt, wedding ceremony.

Offering a variety of packages, specifically designed to make your day stress-free and pleasurable. With dedication and close attention I am confident to provide quality in every package, regardless of simplicity. Providing everything that will make your special day special.

In selecting Rev. Barbara Concoby's - Aloha wedding ceremonies; you're saying that you are interested in a more personalized definition of a marriage ceremony...one that includes a very specific reflection of your love and of what your relationship means to you.
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Aloha Ceremonies, Kailua Kona — Services Offered are for Couples Whom: Desire a non-religious ceremony but do not want a civil ceremony. Do not belong to a church, synagogue, or other religious organization. Are of different faiths and prefer a neutral officiant. Desire spiritual values incorporated into the ceremony. Choose the ceremony held, out of doors, on a beach, or private home.

Photos published with permission of Aloha Ceremonies

Aloha Ceremonies, Kailua Kona — Services Offered are for Couples Whom:
Desire a non-religious ceremony but do not want a civil ceremony.

Do not belong to a church, synagogue, or other religious organization.

Are of different faiths and prefer a neutral officiant.

Desire spiritual values incorporated into the ceremony.

Choose the ceremony held, out of doors, on a beach, or private home.Aloha Ceremonies, Kailua Kona — Your special day, is GUARANTEED, to be your special day 
...By never booking more then one ceremony per day
...In desiring to fulfill your ceremonial desires
...Dedicated to providing the necessary ingredients for a fun, meaningful, heartfelt, and romantically memorable, Hawaiian paradise wedding ceremony; and celebration of love.Aloha Ceremonies, Kailua Kona — Photography by Gary ConcobyAloha Ceremonies, Kailua Kona — The Island of Hawaii, considered the island of renewal, because it is still re birthing as it pours lava into the ocean daily. This is seen as sacred and powerful energy; known as ho'oponopono (making right more right).
Water represents depth and compassion; to love one another as deeply as you do. Coconut, that holds the water, represents the tree of life; providing support, shelter, and nourishment.Aloha Ceremonies, Kailua KonaAloha Ceremonies, Kailua Kona — ..In the ancient language of Hawaii the lei
has always symbolized an extension of love, and of the
joining of ohana (family) and lokahi (unity). In your
union, living your lives together in the spirit of
aloha, acknowledges the divine within each of you, and creates a solid foundation of trust and unity.Aloha Ceremonies, Kailua KonaAloha Ceremonies, Kailua KonaAloha Ceremonies, Kailua KonaAloha Ceremonies, Kailua Kona — The spirit of aloha is a way of life and well being embraced by native Hawaiians for hundreds of years …Traditionally the word aloha was a greeting reserved for loved ones by first rubbing noses and then inhaling each other’s breathe - alo -- in the presence of, ha -- breath of life.Aloha Ceremonies, Kailua Kona — Ti Leaf, represents health, prosperity, and blessings
of body, mind and spirit.Aloha Ceremonies, Kailua KonaAloha Ceremonies, Kailua Kona — Barbara & Gary were a pleasure to meet and did a fabulous job performing our Vow Renewal Ceremony. They helped make our trip to the Big Island one of our most memorable vacations. Thanks Yall! With much Love Michael & AngelinaAloha Ceremonies, Kailua Kona — Specializing in...
Intimate Beach Wedding CeremoniesAloha Ceremonies, Kailua Kona — Mr. & Mrs. Married In Hawaii...For the very first time, as husband and wife, you may kiss!Aloha Ceremonies, Kailua KonaAloha Ceremonies, Kailua KonaAloha Ceremonies, Kailua KonaAloha Ceremonies, Kailua KonaAloha Ceremonies, Kailua KonaAloha Ceremonies, Kailua KonaAloha Ceremonies, Kailua KonaAloha Ceremonies, Kailua KonaAloha Ceremonies, Kailua KonaAloha Ceremonies, Kailua KonaAloha Ceremonies, Kailua KonaAloha Ceremonies, Kailua KonaAloha Ceremonies, Kailua Kona — Ordained Non-Denominational Minister
State commissioned, licensed, and experienced wedding officiant. Married 19 years ago in Kona, to husband Gary, also an ordained non-denominational minister/photographer.

I feel both blessed and fortunate, to have been called to something that I passionately love.  As a young girl growing up in So. California, where I was first introduced to the Hawaiian culture, through hula and lei making; I had often dreamt of one day officiating over weddings in Hawaii.Aloha Ceremonies, Kailua Kona
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