Big Island Hawaii Weddings Performed with Sincerity & True Aloha Spirit
About Infinite Bliss
Follow Your Path Ministries Mission Statement:
Sharing information and resources to help others develop a personal relationship with the Devine within.
Sophorn & I were married 10 years ago on the Big Island. Though our wedding itself felt as amazing as anyone could hope for, our search for wedding service providers was a bit discouraging. In short, we found the business of weddings to be quite impersonal and overpriced for our needs. Knowing that we couldn't be the only couple with this experience, we were called to serve, and added Infinite Bliss Weddings to our budding ministry.
Over the years, through volcano eruptions, tsunami watches, hurricanes, and pandemics, we've watched as the island has changed, and along with it, the business of weddings in Hawaii. Many have since duplicated our "simple, personal, and affordable approach" to getting married on the Big Island of Hawaii. However, one thing that has not changed and cannot be imitated, is our commitment to service in the name of love for all. Our sincerity in this mission is as strong as it ever was, and we looking forward to serving as many as possible for many more years to come.
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We operate as a ministry first and foremost - not a wedding company. Follow Your Path Ministries is registered in the State of Hawaii as a non-profit charitable organization. As such we will not try to "upsell" you on any services.
"Can we write our own vows? What is the content of your vows?" Ajani provides the main ceremony vows, and strongly encourages all couples to write and exchange their own personal vows with one another during the ceremony. His vows and sermon are spiritual, though not religious in nature, and are entirely written in Minister Ajani's own words.
Big Island, Kailua Kona, Hawaii Beach Weddings - Ceremonies held on Hawaii's beaches, specifically "unencumbered" areas, require a ROE (Right of Entry) permit from the state of Hawaii. You can apply for a permit on your own, however you will be required to maintain liability insurance for your event. If we must secure the permit, a fee of $50 will apply for up to 15 people, with an added fee of $50 added for up to 25 guests in your wedding party. However, we do have knowledge of locations on the island with beautiful views where you can be united within a stone's throw of the beach, and a ROE Permit is not needed. When you submit your date availability inquiry, you will receive an email which contains a link to suggested ceremony locations, along with any applicable fees.
Do you perform LGBT marriage ceremonies? Of course.
All ceremonies with 10 or more in attendance will incur an additional fee of $50, without exception, and regardless of location.
Donations can be made online via cc, or echeck, with the full amount payable upon booking. Depending on the location you choose, travel and/or permit fees may be added.
While we would love to be able to serve everyone who contacts us, to provide the best experience possible for our couples, we perform only 1 ceremony per day. Please keep in mind that there will likely be other couples looking at your desired date, therefore we cannot guarantee dates without a donation.
You are reminded to be respectful of Hawaii's beaches and land at all times. This means if you brought it, take it with you when you leave. "Take wonderful memories - leave only footprints in the sand."
Temporary marriage certificates are usually available to couples online 2-3 business days after the actual ceremony.
All photographic services are provided by Hawaii Life Photography & Media LLC
Once your event account is set up, please be sure to read and digitally sign the "Important Information for Couples" (contract) section before booking.
Mahalo for the taking the time to read!