Hawaiian Style Weddings Hires New Lead Wedding Planner Coordinator

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Hawaiian Style Weddings in Hawaii has announced the promotion of Amanda Faustine from an independent wedding professional to the lead wedding coordinator for the company. Faustine has been with the company for three years.

Faustine was born and raised on Maui, which is being eyed to give her the knowledge and experience that only a local can bring and which gives Hawaiian Style Wedding’s clients a leg up.

Faustine started her passion for the industry while being the assistant to a wedding planner. However, although she is in the wedding industry now, she has bounced around in many different fields. She helped her father in his start up business, Maui Rippers, where she got to travel to Asia and Indonesia during product development. She also attended culinary school and worked with a variety of catering and serving companies. She is currently a Nutrition Major at the University of Hawaii and is working on completing her Bachelors Degree.

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As the lead coordinator of Hawaiian Style Weddings, Faustine will helm the company’s offering of the the full benefits of wedding organizing by providing weddings on all the islands while also providing full service. The team at Hawaiian Style Weddings has expertise in all island locations. Hawaiian Style Weddings has over 150 different wedding vendors on Maui, Oahu, Kauai, and the Big Island of Hawaii for these weddings.

For more information, visit http://www.hawaiianstyleweddings.com/index.html.

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