Medeiros, Dilliner wed on Ko Olina coast of O‘ahu

Ryanon Kehaulani Dilliner, daughter of Gary and Aline Schnacke of O‘ahu, recently became the wife of Chauncey Kekoa Medeiros, son of Bill and Suzette Kane of Lawa‘i.

The groom is the grandson of Helen O. Medeiros of Po‘ipu, and the late Abel Medeiros.

The wedding took place at Lanikuhonua, on the James Campbell Estate at Ko Olina, O‘ahu.

Dilliner’s best friends from the Kamehameha School were here attendants, including Charlyn Ontai, maid of honor, and bridal attendants Kirsha Durante and Lea Ka‘ai.

Medeiros’ best man was Jason Caldeira, Jr., his best friend, and groomsmen were A.J. Drawsend, and Dillon Kane, the groom’s brother.

The groom’s cousin, Kaupena Texeira, from Barrow, Alaska, served as ring bearer.

The bride wore a strapless, satin, A-line gown with floral and beaded embroidery, and attendants won red satin A-line dresses sewn by the bride’s mother.

Maile lei for the bride and groom were provided by David Rita of Kalaheo.

Wes Kaui, Kiven Kalauli and Hana Kauhi provided the wedding music, including “When You Say Nothing At All” by Keahiwai, and “Maunaleo” by Kealii Reichel.

They also performed during the cocktail hour.

Trinette Kaui was mistress of ceremonies at the reception.

The newlyweds honeymooned on O‘ahu, in a one-bedroom suite at the Ihilani Hotel, and spent time with family and friends who came from the Neighbor Islands and Mainland.

The newlyweds live in Las Vegas, where the groom is employed by Caesars Palace Resort and Casino, and the bride is employed by Wynn Resort and Casino.


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