Aloha mai ka kou, my name is Marc-Sean Keliipono Aquino. I go by Kelii for short. I was born and raised on the island of Maui. I enjoy surfing, traveling, and fireknife dancing. In my early years I danced in a halau (Hawaiian Dance Academy). There I learned a lot of the traditional Hawaiian hulas (dances), chants, craft skills, & protocols. I later migrated into the luau scene which allowed me to share my culture with visitors from around the world. For a long time, I’ve been asked by many to wear this hat of being an officiant for weddings here in Hawaii because of my warm personality & good moral characteristics. I enjoy connecting with people and sharing a piece of my culture with them. It would be an honor to create a lasting experience of Aloha on your special day.

Kahu Keli'i Aquino

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Kimo resides in Lahaina with his family. A dedicated family man, his favorite thing to do is play with all of the kids at his daughter's elementary school, where all the kids call him "Uncle."

Kimo opens every marriage ceremony with the blowing of the conch shell and performs a variety of ceremonies including: traditional Hawaiian, religious, non-religious.

Rev. Kimo Kirkman

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Reverend Joe Miles has a kind and gentle spirit, he believes the giving and receiving of the love we have for ourselves and each other is the greatest gift we have to offer. He is a long time Maui resident as well as a musician and father. 

Joe can perform a variety of ceremonies from spiritual to religious to Hawaiian.

Rev. Joe Miles

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Kahu Euta was born and raised in the islands and grew up around the customs and culture of Hawaii.  Originally from Hau’ula, Oahu he now lives in Wailuku, Maui.

His culture is his passion! Being able to share his passion with the couples he is honored to officiate for is a true pleasure. He creates a unique experience for your ceremony by sharing with you what the people of Polynesia truly care for: family, history and culture and this land we call Hawaii.

Kahu Euta

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Richardo Hanako'o was born and raised in Indonesian Orphanage. His spiritual journey started from the days of the discipline in the orphanage as a Jesuit student to that magical discovery of the greatness of the spiritual universe. It has given him the wonderful opportunities to help many with their own spiritual beginnings. He is a non-denominational minister and has a way of embracing and touching everybody with that joy and Aloha that is so special of Maui. He feels that the magical moment of your wedding ceremony must be a memory that last a life time.

Kahu Richardo Hanako'o

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Kahu Tree (Trinette) is a 5th generation Hawaiian born and raised on Maui who speaks several different languages and loves celebrating couples whether its a wedding, civil union or vow renewal. She begins each celebration with the blowing of the conch and offering of oli (a chant) and incorporates details about the place, time and cultural significance in every ceremony.
Trinette is a Cultural Advisor to a non-profit conservation group and an entrepreneur with several small businesses under her belt.
She is a single mother to a senior in high school and enjoys paddling, hiking, engaging in cultural practices and protocols and shell collecting.
She is also a bagpipe player and offers that “add-on” for those who want to incorporate it into their day.
Non-denominational, spiritual, religious or freestyle, Trinette will work with you to craft your ceremony and “Maui” you uniquely.

Kahu Tree

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Reverend Robert "Kuya" Alamodin was ordained by the Universal Life Church. His acclaimed wedding ceremony fuses traditional Hawaiian elements such as the Oli Chant and use of the Pu (Conch Shell) with Christian and Universal Spiritual Principles that recognize the human divinity in us all. Reverend Kuya is known for his deeply empathic, soulful demeanor that rarely fails to moisten the eyes of the brides and grooms he is honored to marry. His easy and warmhearted style soothes even the most anxious couple's nerves. 

REV. KUYA

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Lisa has had the honor of being a part of thousands of Maui weddings as both an officiant and a harpist/vocalist. 

She loves bringing her talents and warm welcoming energy to weddings and adores being a part of your unique love story. She is happy to include personal touches into her already beautiful wedding ceremony, in fact she encourages it, to make your ceremony personal and reflective of who you are as a couple. 


Lisa Porter

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Reverend Robert "Kuya" Alamodin was ordained by the Universal Life Church. His acclaimed wedding ceremony fuses traditional Hawaiian elements such as the Oli Chant and use of the Pu (Conch Shell) with Christian and Universal Spiritual Principles that recognize the human divinity in us all. Reverend Kuya is known for his deeply empathic, soulful demeanor that rarely fails to moisten the eyes of the brides and grooms he is honored to marry. His easy and warmhearted style soothes even the most anxious couple's nerves. 

REV. KUYA

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Kahu Richardo on our blog!

Richardo Hanako'o was born and raised in Indonesian Orphanage. His spiritual journey started from the days of the discipline in the orphanage as a Jesuit student to that magical discovery of the greatness of the spiritual universe. It has given him the wonderful opportunities to help many with their own spiritual beginnings. He is a non-denominational minister and has a way of embracing and touching everybody with that joy and Aloha that is so special of Maui. He feels that the magical moment of your wedding ceremony must be a memory that last a life time.

Kahu Richardo Hanako'o

Our Maui ministers have performed thousands of marriages on the island of Maui. With vows that range from religious to non-religious, we have a minister with the perfect ceremony for you. Each minister has a style all their own helping to create a special Maui wedding experience in words and in photos.  

Once your Maui officiant is booked you will get a copy of your ministers vows so you know what to expect. If you want to add some individual words to your ceremony or read special vows to one another, each minister will be able to incorporate this into your vows.

Our Maui officiants also have different clothing options for you to choose from. You can go with the traditional Hawaiian minister look with a robe style attire or upon request they have more formal attire to go with the look you are trying to achieve. 

If you have any questions about our Maui wedding officiants please contact us.

Also if you are thinking of getting married in Oahu and are looking for officiants there take a look here: Oahu Wedding Officiants.

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