You’re getting married… and you also need to have someone who is a licensed wedding officiant to perform your wedding. Now you could go and hire just anyone off the internet but let’s stop and think about what is important about your Hawaii Wedding.
An officiant should be more than someone who shows up to perform your ceremony. In my opinion, they should be someone who is professional, help you obtain your marriage license and shares the same values as you. They’re able to help you sort out your vows and any readings and other traditions you may want to include in your ceremony.
Rev. James Chun is just that officiant. He is a non-denominational officiant and with his personable and charismatic style, James performs a heartfelt ceremony. With over a decade in the wedding industry, he also knows the importance of working with your vendors especially, us photographers. I have had the pleasure of photographing Rev. James ceremonies several times and I love that he shows up in a suit and tie and a huge smile ready to go.
I love his six things everyone should practice regularly particularly number five, “Experience” trying something new is sometimes daunting as it is exciting! I’m trying to visit at least two new countries every year. Checkout the other five here.
When you hire Hawaii Wedding Officiant, Rev. James, you’re getting a man who genuinely believes in the work that he is doing.
Learn more about Rev. James https://www.hawaiiweddingminister.com/
Jessica + Jesse’s wedding at Turtle Bay Resort where Hawaii Wedding Officiant Rev. James Chun performed the ceremony. It was a gorgeous day up at Turtle Bay and we were blessed with a sublime sunset.
Jessica and her mother share a moment just before the ceremony as she adjusts the veil that she wore on her wedding day as well.
Venue: Turtle Bay Resort
Florals and Coordiantaion: Easley Designs
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