Aloha ...

Rev. Julienne Givot

He ʻolina leo kā ke aloha.
A joyousness is in the voice of love.
For Rev Julienne performing weddings is a calling that pulls all the best parts of who she is into her ceremonies. She begins by listening to your story and then creates a customized ceremony that reflects your beliefs and values. When the day comes, she presents your ceremony with a warm and grounded vibe, calming nerves while encouraging you to enjoy all the joyful truth of the moment.
She is a student of Hawaiian culture and deeply respects the land, people, and traditions of the beautiful place she is blessed to call home.
Her cheerful and generous personality embodies the aloha spirit that serves as a magnet for crazy-in-love couples with incredible stories.
With over 20 years of experience, Rev Julienne feels blessed to be a part of so many special celebrations. She loves spending time outdoors, cooking, reading, and hanging out with friends and family. She is the indulgent parent of a precocious tuxedo cat named Pueo (Hawaiian for owl) and the "fun Auntie" to many nieces & nephews.

Officiant Kelii

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 sharing my culture with the world.
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.
I’m a licensed property & casualty insurance agent by day. 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 & positive vibes. I enjoy connecting with people and sharing the Aloha spirit with others. It would be my honor to create a lasting experience of Aloha on your special day.

Officiant Euta Lightsy

Born and raised in the islands, Officiant Euta Lightsy has grown up around the customs and culture of Hawaii. Officiant Lightsy is 34 years old, originally from Hau’ula, Oahu, now residing in Wailuku, Maui. “My culture is my passion! Being able to share my passion with you on your special day is my pleasure! This island of Maui harbors such a deep and rich history that often goes unnoticed by many of the guest that visit here. Allow me to create a unique experience for your ceremony by sharing with you what the people of Polynesia truly care for, our family, our history and culture and this land we call Hawaii.”

Rev. Tino Rosette

Born and raised on the beautiful Island of Maui, Rev. Valentine (Tino) Rosete truly represents the spirit of Aloha.
Tino, having been ordained through New Passion Ministries and having been a dedicated family man for many years, has built his life upon a foundation of love and devotion that is matched only by his commitment to providing the most heart-felt wedding ceremonies.  Whether presiding over a large ceremony or simply joining a couple in matrimony on a secluded beach, Tino approaches every interaction with the individual attention and respect that it deserves. And though he’s married hundreds of happy couples with his Non-Denominational Christian ceremonies, he continues to treat every new ceremony as a new chance to pour his sincerity and passion into every word he speaks. Tino feels truly blessed to do what he does, and he derives no greater pleasure than in the sharing of his faith and his Aloha spirit.

Pastor Ben Bryson

Ben strives to make each wedding as unique and special as the bride and groom, meeting their specific needs.
He loves to connect with each couple to hear their unique story and assist with choosing ideal vows and ceremony type for their beautiful, Maui elopement.
Pastor Ben has over 25 years of officiating experience and will do his best to ensure that your ceremony has the right amount of humor and poignant moments to ensure that this will be a day that you will never forget.