Wedding Dove Butterfly Release

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Doves have one mate for life. Releasing two white doves at your ceremony, one for the bride and one for the groom, is a romantic way to symbolize your life-long commitment. Releasing a group of doves represents your friends and family who will support you through your life together.

Monarch butterflies were once nearly extinct on Oahu. Releasing butterflies at your Oahu Wedding is not only a beautiful gesture representing transformation and freedom, but helps to increase the butterfly population. Butterflies that are raised in captivity are much more people friendly than those raised in the wild. After they are released it is common for them to land on your flowers, or your guests, for wonderful photo opportunities.

Oahu Wedding Dove and Butterfly Release
Island Rhythms Butterfly Release

P.O. Box 1085 – Kaneohe, Oahu, Hawaii 96744

• 808-286-4587
Sands of Time Treasured Moment Weddings

68-057 Laau Paina Place – Waialua, Oahu, Hawaii 96791

• 808-479-8261 
White Doves of Koolau

45-561 Ko’olau View Drive –
Kaneohe, Oahu, Hawaii 96744

• 808-247-1599