This One’s Special

The Venue

A Wedding Venue that will make your dreams come true

One of the first wedding venues/vendors I worked with here in Oahu was definitely a perfect match for me. Their love of the island & its heritage, the sustainability and importance of farm to table practices (plus the food is AHHH-MAZING), and the people were so fun & totally lovable but still completely professional and dead set on making every detail perfect. It was the one and only, Hawaiian Heritage Tours coupled with, Hawaiian Fresh Farms Catering.

If you’ve ever dreamed about getting married at sea under the sunset with Diamond Head as your backdrop and turtles in attendance, this wedding venue is your dream come true. The Aloha Spirit is alive & well here. Even if you’re not getting married go visit them! Take one of their awesome tours and eat some of their ahhhhmazing food (anything with the chimichurri you won’t regret!) and spend the day expanding your knowledge of the culture.  This is a perfect way to enjoy a day of your honeymoon too, now that you can expand your waistline a little. Let’s talk about doing a honeymoon photo shoot while your there here, just contact me and we can put something together.   A tropical dream for your wedding with the best crew you could possibly ask for. A wedding venue that cares about you, the land, traditions, and health.

 

 

Not taking a moment for granted

Today what brought this fabulous company to mind was an unfortunate tragedy.

While we are surrounded by this incredible Āina {land}, we get to play in the waters and explore in the forests, challenge ourselves on hikes and push ourselves to do things we didn’t know we could accomplish, we know that there is possible peril around every corner.

Yesterday, on Easter SundayNathan Stowell, from Hawaiian Fresh Farms died tragically after falling while hiking Olomana Trail.  In the act of helping someone trying to retrieve their hat he slipped and fell from the trail on the third and most challenging peak.  Nate was so sweet, so funny, and so young. Every time I saw him at the farmers markets or food trucks, no matter how busy, he always made time to come around and give me a hug and welcome me with the warmest Aloha. I didn’t know Nate well but in my brief encounters with him I always felt like he had a great spirit. My heart is so heavy today as I think about his life being cut so short, at only 24 years old.  I’m sending my deepest condolences to his family… this world has truly lost someone special.

Please be careful out there friends and Malama Kekahi I Kekahi (take care of one another).

Warmest Aloha to you all

And A Hui Hou Kākou Nate

 

Nathan Stowell from Hawaiian Fresh Farms serving drinks at the mimosa bar on the Hawaiian Heritage Tours. His friendly demeanor made every event better.

 

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