Vintage 1927 Packard

• Vintage car (1927 Packard or 1936 Buick Century, based on availability) 
• Red carpet, combined with our Butler-Style silver tray service (as clients first approach car). 
• Professionally attired chauffeur 
• Two hours of service within the Waikiki/Diamond Head/Kahala area  (Additional time may be added upon request) 
• Sparkling non-alcohol FRE bubbly in crystal flutes 
• Drive down the famous Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki with a Just Engaged or Just Married sign attached to rear of vehicle 
• Includes chocolate macadamia nuts in white heart container (as a gift-to-go) 
• Champagne available upon request. 
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Let us reserve a Limousine for you… Have a Limousine ride take the pressure off getting to your wedding and enjoy the luxury of your special moment in Hawaii. You will be picked up at your hotel in Waikiki, and brought to your desired location in style. Treat each other to sheer luxury. Gratuities for your Chauffeur are not included. 
8-Passenger Limousine – 2.5hours 
4-Passenger Lincoln Town Car –  2.5 hour minimum 
Minimum Limousine Charter: 2 hours and includes tax so you don’t have to think about the details on your wedding day! Packages are based on 2 hour use to South and East Shore locations only. Extra charges may apply if you wish to be picked up outside of Waikiki or your destination is other than in Honolulu or the East end of Oahu such as Kailua Beach or Makapu’u. If you and your driver agree to extend your service time, please pay the fee immediately before continuing your ride. We recommend you order your limousine 30 days before you Wedding date. Full payment is standard at time of booking. OR take a TOWN CAR ride and Bill will treat you with the finest spirit of aloha. Gratuities for your Driver(s) are not included. 

Town Car

Bill Nespor is originally from New Jersey. After graduating from university, Bill moved to Tokyo where he lived and worked for 15 years and studied Japanese at Sophia University. For the past 5 years he has been enjoying life here in Hawaii. When not guiding Japanese visitors around the island, he likes to snorkel/scuba dive and cycle.

The Party Bus

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Cake Server Set

Cake Server set available

We have plates and forks available to serve up to 10 for an intimate cake cutting ceremony. 
Flatware and Cutlery (up to 10) 


Services to be translated in Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Spanish, German, Italian, or French. 
Certified ASL Interpreter (American Sign Language)

Unity Sand Ceremony

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A Ceremony that has recently entered the engaged public’s consciousness is the sand ceremony, more formally known as the unity sand ceremony. Much like the unity candle with which many of us are familiar, the sand version offers a symbolic, visually poignant moment that can add not only a personalized feel but also a bit of whimsy to an otherwise formal affair. Plus it’s easier to hold a sand ceremony in our Hawaiian Trade wind breezes, than a candle ceremony. 

While the unity sand ceremony has a lot in common with the unity candle ceremony, it differs in some important ways. As its simplest, a sand ceremony involves a symbolic blending of two different-colored sands into a single vessel. The meaning is clear: The blending of two different beings, into a single, inseparable unit that is their marriage – the joining of their lives. Hard as it would be to separate out those grains of sand, that’s how difficult it is to separate these two people. It usually takes place after the exchange of rings and vows (although it can go before or even during), and lasts just of couple of minutes. 
A basic sand ceremony involves three (typically glass) vessels – one held by each partner, and an empty one that will soon hold all the sand. This is the general flow of the ceremony… 
The officiant explains the meaning of the ceremony and how it relates to the two people getting married. The officiant invites the first partner to pour a bit of sand into the empty vessel. The officiant invites the next partner to do the same with their sand. The couple then pours their sand at the same time, in a single stream, into the vessel. The officiant closes the ceremony with some words about the inextricable joining of their lives. The final result is a glass vessel holding the blended sand, showing how the joining of the two have created a new, equally beautiful entity. 

White Dove Release


Receive the history of the love story, why the color white is important and the energy it holds and represents for your future in a dove release. What is the meaning of Wedding Doves? Releasing doves is a beautiful way to end a wedding ceremony. If you’re looking for an artist and heartfelt element to add to your wedding day, you may want to consider using wedding doves. The doves can be released at different times during the day to symbolize the happiness that you and your sweetheart feel concerning the joy of your new union. Here is our Dove Ceremony we would like to share with you…
There’s a reason that turtle doves come in pairs of two in “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” These emblems of love and faithfulness have even inspired poetry in Shakespeare, being the subject of his poem in the year 1601, “ The Phoenix and the Turtle.” The doves stay together and complete the truth, “Till Death Do US Part.” White is the color of purity. Brides wear white in many countries, because white symbolize a virgin. White means kindness. White flowers are a symbol of loyal love. And while white is not a color, but the manifestation of the presence of all color – the complete energy of light. It stands for wholeness and completion. In many cultures it represents openness and truth. White has a cold quality. It can provide clarity as its energy is complete. White has purification vibrations and can be used to clear blocks from your path. It holds the potential to move toward every other color and this makes it a good choice for new beginnings, and development in any direction. Add white in your life when you want to start a fresh beginning, to bring about mental clarity, purification of thoughts or actions. You may release your doves together now…
Ceremonies held between 8am and 3pm