Rev Laki Pomaikai Ka’ahumanu is the great, great grandson of Queen Ka’ahumanu, wife of King Kamehameha, who was the first to unite the islands of Hawaii under one kingdom. Having Rev Laki perform your traditional Hawaiian wedding or vow renewal ceremony not only provides you with the authentic Hawaiian rituals of chanting, blowing of the conch shell, and Hawaiian prayer… but also adds a truly royal touch: A minister who is a direct descendant of the last royal family to govern Maui and Hawaii.
His faith has brought him to the ministry where he has been serving for many years. He is a devoted family man with a great sense of humor and his ceremony is always performed from the heart. He opens every marriage celebration with the blowing of the conch shell, the oli (Hawaiian chant) and closes with a Hawaiian prayer. He will perform religious, non-religious, vow renewals and is open to travel wherever needed.
Rev. Sunny Kamiya graduated from a Christian school of The Anglican-Episcopal Church of Japan.Of special note for international couples, Sunny performs weddings in English and Japanese. Also, he can communicate with both sides of the family since he speaks both languages fluently.