Hawaii vow renewals celebrating tenth anniversary

Hawaii vow renewals are usually held during a period of years of marriage like ten years, twenty-five years or whenever you feel like it. Excited about the celebration of their tenth wedding anniversary the family  and extended family of Carlo and Belle were having fun at the Disney Aulani Resort. They love the water so much but had to come out of the water sometime to honor the Hawaii vow renewals celebration. Ten years since they wed and blessed with two lovely children, they all came together at Magic Island on August 8, 2018. 8/18/18 is a so called a lucky numeral date for Hawaii weddings and celebrations.  We love couples and their guest when they arrive dressed so casually like “local” people. No need to dress up, all we need is you as a happy couple. Carlo was a sweetheart to plan this beautiful occasion and the thing was a surprise to have a professional harp player playing beautiful music for his wife. They lucked out because we secured the talented Sharene who is well known in the music industry. As the Reverend Michael Nelson gathered  and greeted everyone to surround the altar for  a beautiful shot, little baby was taken and tended to by a loving persons. The ceremony begin with the conch shell blowing and the Hawaiian wedding song of Sharene on harp.  Beautiful!.It was a beautiful ceremony and we give this couple so much credit because with the concern of their crying baby in the back ground they came out being happy and elated with the outcome. Facing each other,holding hands, looking yinto each others eyes, they repeat the vows Reverend Michael has prepared. Emotional tears rolling down his cheek, Carlo smiling at is wife and she at him with wet eyes. Remember when you first got married? Memories of the years together flashes by. And today a vow renewal in beautiful Hawaii, Carlo said he was blessed. Blessed with Belle and their two children they go forward.  Family, Ohana.

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Oh, what a Hawaii wedding it was, joyful and happy

What a beautiful choice of venue for the Hawaii wedding of Joanne Howard and her  groom to be Thor Sutherland.  It was a perfect day at Waimanalo Beach Park at Sherwood forest, a late morning wedding on August 7, 2018. In the afternoon it would be so much hotter, the sand and the sun. Coming from Australia, it is much colder there right now. This couple is staying at the Vive Hotel in Waikiki and love it.   A Hawaii wedding without a limousine? Maybe not. They decided to have our limousine pick them up at the hotel and give them a gorgeous coastal drive on the east side on the way to Waimanalo, featuring the famous Makapuu Beach, Sea Life Park, especially the snorkeling area. Returning the same way back after the wedding, having  the limousine of three hours (port to port), you might have some time to further ride into town then back to your hotel. As our limousine approached, we are delighted to meet the gorgeous bride and the handsome Thor. Joanne’s dress was so becoming for her, off shoulder, black sheer material with pink-coral roses, and a beautiful hem style. She is a beautiful lady and her make up was so perfect matching the color of pink and coral of her dress. Lucky Thor!.He is no so back himself, handsome in fact. Keep smiling Thor, it is very becoming. The Khaki walking shorts and white shirt always looks great. Time to put on the boutonniere pined on, matching the french bouquet for Joanne. Of course it is a gorgeous one with pink-coral roses to match her dress. Now, anyone want to get married?  Reverend Michael Nelson reaches out to greet them with Aloha, Soon Joanne and Thor will be pronounced husband and wife, how exciting.  The waves are gentle today washing on the sand.  Reverend Michael blows the conch to begin this special Hawaii wedding ceremony of Thor and Joanne. Your sand  ceremony combines and unites the two together.  The vows with tears of emotion from Joanne, so happy. The rings, so gorgeous worth thousands of dollars of worthy diamonds. The beautiful leis of Hawaii. a gift of Aloha. Now we present to you the new Thor and Joanne. Congratulations and mahalo for having us on your special day. Much Aloha.

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Hawaii wedding ceremony just the two of them

Happy days in Hawaii!  Announcing the Hawaii wedding of Rubie Rose and Yoo Jin. On July 27, 2018 this joyous couple joined in matrimony with family and loved ones to rejoice with  them.  They met a few years ago attending community college in Honolulu. Yoo Jin still is in school and Rubie Rose works for a local medical insurance firm. Rubie’s Mom and Dad and family is originally from the Philippines and affiliated with the consulate,  A gorgeous day at Waialae Beach, however there were other venues going on so we chose a sandy area very close to the water’s edge. It turned out beautiful although there were some soaring wind surfing in the background. But that is Hawaii folks!  They were casually and comfortably dressed. Her orchid head haku lei was tied on by Yoo Jin. Parking at this Waialae Beach Park can be tricky depending how many people utilize the area. The best is to take a cab or uber. We do not recommend using this wedding site on the weekend, weekdays are the best. Reverend Michael Nelson will be the minister for Yoo Jin and Rubie Rose.  Rubie’s father will be escorting his daughter down the aisle. As the waves splashed onto the shore, Reverend Michael sounded the conch shell. Waiting for the bride to meet up with Yoo Jin, he smiled to accept Rubie Rose from her father.  A hand shake and a kiss from Dad.  The Hawaiian sand ceremony to mix their lives together.  The beautiful rings, the vows, the blessings and the gift of Aloha (the white lei exchange).  With the announcement of the new Yoo Jin and Rubie Rose, a whooping applause. Everyone was so surprised how it went, they did not expect such a beautiful Hawaii wedding ceremony. The celebration begins at the Kahala Hotel next door.  Good food and honeymoon at the beautiful hotel. Congratulations. Mahalo for having us.

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Our love blessed in Hawaii, our forever Hawaii wedding

Ahreum and David made their dream come true with their Hawaii wedding on July 26, 2018. Ahreum is from the Orient and they both chose beautiful rings, wedding dress and all accessories   from Korea. Our bride was dressed in a fashionable, sophisticated white, fitting white wedding dress. Beautiful with a soft look, she wore a pink and white tiara. Her french bouquet, pure white made with rose buds, orchids and hydrangea, was a perfect match for your dress and personality. David although in the military chose to wear a modern styled blue suit with a bow tie.  On July 26, Waialae Beach was not as hot at 11 O’Clock in the morning. The morning breeze was gently then the afternoon breeze. The sun showing the glittering blue water with Koko Head in the background, it was a lovely wedding scene. The marriage license and the rings were available near by for the ceremony. At the sandy altar, awaiting were the conch shell, the sand ceremony equipment next to Reverend Michael Nelson. Here they come over the bridge approaching the photographer. A beautiful beginning and entrance of the Hawaii wedding ceremony of David and Ahreum. A wedding ceremony “just the two of them” for now, to be shared with loved ones with many pictures to follow. A welcoming and congratulations from Reverend Michael as he prepared to blow the conch shell. Blowing of the conch more then once toward different direction happens at times. The  agreement to accept each other with vows of promise preceded the Hawaiian sand ceremony. Uniting each other by mixing individual sand is like lighting of the unity candle. The blessing of the rings (so beautiful, simple and elegant) identical to each other. Reverend Michael’s beautiful vows were said, and their own written vows were given during the lei offering. Facing each other, they read their vows from the book of marriage. A beautiful Hawaii wedding for David and Ahreum. dream come true. The signing of the marriage certificate and decorative certificate, made them officially husband and wife.   Mahalo and enjoy your Star of the Sea dinner cruise. So romantic and beautiful.

 

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Hawaii vow renewals, a family affair

Hawaii vow renewals in the making. Remember when we got married twenty-five years ago, said Frank . Yes! said Sarata. Sitting at home in Silver Springs, Maryland, laughing happily planning their Silver anniversary celebration coming up July 24, 2018. A trip to Hawaii for couple of weeks sounded great, they will even invite their daughter to make it a family affair. But wait, talking about weddings, why not do it again, different place, same day twenty five years later. But Frank wanted this vow renewal to be a surprise for Sarata.  It was a secret but she figured it out by time they got to Hawaii. You bet your life! Hawaii vow renewals. Just a simple vow renewal ceremony with a few pictures, makes simply beautiful vow renewals that can be joyful and fun. These love birds are so happy, always laughing and joshing with  each other. The magical day at Magic Island was July 24, 2018, their vows were not the same but the meaning and feeling was the very same as twenty five years ago. The gift of Aloha, the Hawaiian lei were exchanged and they became the renewed Frank and Sarata Chase. Congratulations! Another twenty five years coming? Mahalo & Aloha.

Twenty five years, Silver wedding anniversary for Nelia and Marco of Calgary, Canada. Another couple celebrating the lasting memories of Hawaii vow renewals, on the same day. July 24, 2018 at magical Magic Island. Their grown children and other loved ones were joining them for the vacation in Hawaii and there to support them to celebrate their twenty five years of bliss. They were beautifully dressed in navy blue outfits, the whole family. Minister Michael Nelson began with the blowing of the conch. Our ukulele  playing singer sang the Hawaiian wedding song as they stood holding hands. The vows of marriage was beautiful with a mixture of Aloha. Marco had a surprise, he whipped up a beautiful ring from his pocket for Nelia. He was emotional as he expressed his love for her. She was so very surprised and elated. Congratulations to Nelia and Marco. Celebration at Duke’s in Waikiki!

See why we love this business we are in? So much happiness.

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Hawaii weddings with fashions of modern class

Is it a dream? The ideas running through their thoughts  of Hawaii weddings on the shores of a beach in Hawaii. It definitely was not a far fetched idea, all they needed was a little  help from a Hawaii wedding planner. Anthony and Elon are a vibrant happy couple from New York and very classy fun guys. They both like the idea of a professional harpist playing at their wedding on the beach of Hawaii. This was a beautiful time of their life, they must have everything documented in video and pictures to forever cement this occasion in memory. They would dress in fashion right out of the magazine. The Hawaiian ceremony will have Elon wearing a fragrant green Maile, and Anthony wearing a beautiful double white lei for the ceremony. July 14, 2018 the limousine has arrived with the fashionable Anthony and Elon with the equally elegance of Elon’s mom and their best man.  Our camera crew capturing the essence of the arrival, met by Reverend Leah. The couple dressed in ivory white trousers, and blue blazers with bow ties, cummerbund of one brown and the other pink. Shoes with furs, dark blue and other in pink. They went all out in mod fashion right out of a fashion magazine. A beautiful Hawaiian day bringing the dream come true wedding. The harpist Wendy, whom Elon claims is his angel blessing their union. With the Hawaiian wedding song in the tradewind, Anthony walked in with Elon to the altar both donned with their respective leis around their neck. Hawaii weddings for the dream come true moments lasting memories of their love for each other. As they were pronounced husband and husband after a beautiful vow and ring exchange, the music of Wendy finalized the reality of their Hawaiian wedding ceremony. Congratulations from their elegant Mom and dear friend was adorable. Mahalo Elon and Anthony for having us on your dream wedding.

 

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Hawaii vow renewal, a gift to ourselves just because

Giving a gift to yourselves to experience a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony is such a beautiful joyful thing. The popularity of having vow renewals in Hawaii has grown so much that it is constant throughout the whole year. We are thankful for couples choosing Hawaii for their destination wedding or Hawaii vow renewals. Choosing us as their planner makes it awesome. The feeling of the joy and love showing during and after the ceremony by the couples is a beautiful and good feeling for us as planners. Tiffanie and Robert of Parker, Texas blissfully married for fifteen years wanted to celebrate by having a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony where they got married originally. Not to mention they had their eight year old beautiful daughter as a witness to this happy occasion. The beautiful Tiffanie and Robert were married in 2003 by our Reverend Mark at Kahala Beach, today they will say similar Hawaiian vows at Magic Island. July 16, 2018 this beautiful family meets Reverent Michael Nelson and is overjoyed with his beautiful ceremony of love and sentiment. Seeking us out from fifteen years ago was to us, beautiful.   Pink was the color for their anniversary celebration. The young ladies looked happy and beautiful in light pink dresses, he looked handsome in pink shirt and khakis. A french bouquet of pink flowers, daisies, and dark baby roses. This type of roses with beautiful fragrance.  The sounding of conch was new to them this time around, but the beautiful Hawaii vow renewal ceremony of Reverend Michael reminded them of that faithful day in 2003. A gift of Aloha with white orchid lei for their daughter touched everyone’s heart with emotion.  Mahalo so much for sharing your special times with us. Your parting words of “see you in 15 years” were so heartfelt. Aloha, friends!

 

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Surprise Hawaii vow renewal for wife

There are many Hawaii vow renewal ceremonies planned as a surprise for their spouse. Fortunately all turned out beautiful and everyone was happy. Giving a great deal of credit to husbands who have successfully planned these occasions without somehow finding out about the secret. Best not to tell the children about it, keep it to yourself and your Hawaii vow renewal planner. We are very good at this with a lot of experience. Andrae and Monique married for ten years, were deciding to spend vacation time with their two daughters in Hawaii. Secretly, Andrae wished to present his wife with a anniversary gift to celebrate their wedded bliss of ten years. This gift was to have a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony on the beach on Oahu. Keeping it a secret was a little difficult since he planned the day for the family for the day and Monique may have other ideas. Anyway, they got here from Fresno, California the day before the scheduled date at Waialae Beach. It was July 12, 2018, a kind of high King tide day, some sunshine but with dark clouds out at sea, indicating rain out there. Being a Saturday, parking lot was full, and Andrae had to park on the street. A beautiful family dressed in Aloha wear except for Monique who looked lovely in dress of ivory color. Their two daughters were going to participate in the sand ceremony and acceptance of a gift of Aloha. But first of all, Monique had no clue of the ceremony. Reverend Michael broked the news that he was there to renew their vows. She was surprised but game. Now the secret was out and their Hawaii vow renewal ceremony will begin. They will cherish forever the experience of getting married again with emotion and tears of happiness. The memories of their original wedding day brought tears.

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Our Hawaii vow renewal, eighteen years anniversary

A Hawaii vow renewal combined with a family vacation in Hawaii. How exciting for Karen and Geraint as well as their two sons and daughters ages eighteen to ten. Being from far away Wales, they were careful to find a destination Hawaii wedding planner. They would be best comfortable with a local well established planner with years of experience. With so many planners on the internet, some are not operating from Hawaii. After contacting us and getting acquainted with us, Karen felt comfortable working with us. The trust and relationship felt very good. That is why she chose us to plan their very special day. After being together for their happiest twenty-six years, their eighteen years of blissful marriage reminded them of the very day they said I do. A beautiful love story which resulted in being blessed with a daughter and two sons. Wonderful children confirmed and blessed the renewal of vows with a “We will”. Karen chose July 12, 2018 at Honolulu’s park of Ala Moana and the site of Magic Island. We usually do the wedding facing the south shore with Diamond in the background, but we had to alter that since an activity was going on there. On the other side of Magic Island near where the sun sets was chosen. Everyone of them wore Hawaiian attire ready for a Hawaiian style vow renewal ceremony. A memorable and fun Hawaii vow renewal ceremony is a guarantee with our Reverend Michael Nelson. He blew the conch shell in two directions to begin the ceremony with beautiful vows as their children watched with happiness. They will cherish forever the experience, so different from their original wedding, but the feeling were the exact same. Karen and Geraint found the day most fantastic. Celebration at Hilton’s luau. Mahalo for having us.

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Our couple, Hawaii wedding at Waialae Beach

Our beautiful and excited couple has arrived for their Hawaii wedding ceremony. The beach was beautiful, the sand was warm, the ocean was azure and sparkling in the sun, a perfect day for the Hawaii wedding of Katelyn and Mike. Coming from Illinois, on a long flight to Honolulu, leaving a seventy degree temperature arriving to a eighty degree Hawaiian trade wind day. A nice but tiring flight the day before their wedding. On June 25, 2018 they still had to secure their marriage license downtown. They were excited, beautiful accomodation at the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Waikiki, still time to relax. Early afternoon wedding with tradewind to bring a comfortable coolness. Here they come! A greetings of Aloha with Reverend Michael Nelson. Katelyn and Mike, so sweet, all they wanted was a short ceremony full of love. They certaining got a joyful Hawaii wedding with traditional Hawaiian features. She was a sweet and beautiful bride wearing a simple but classy long dress in ivory color. Mike, a super guy looked comfortable in long sleeve white shirt and dark brown trousers. The beautiful Hawaii wedding ceremony began with the couple crossing the white bridge over to the sandy dunes of the beach park. A beautiful photo image of them strolling hand in hand over the bridge. They kicked off their shoes and the warm sands between their toes felt good. The welcome sound of the conch blown by our minister, indicating something important was to happen. Holding hands facing each other, Katelyn and Mike looked lovingly at each other with brilliant smiles. It will be only fifteen minutes before their dream will come true. The sand ceremony a symbol to blend their lives together. The sand in these bottles contain their characteristics, blended together for the making of a family. Beautiful vows, sparkling rings with many meanings, traditional flower lei offering and then these two became one. The new and lovely Mike and Katelyn. Fun and joyful it was as the photo shoot went on, creating beautiful wedding portraits to cherish. It was certainly a pleasure to meet you. Mahalo and hope to see you again. Aloha.

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