Summer Hawaii vow renewal

We got married again in Hawaii!!  A beautiful Hawaii vow renewal ceremony for Rebecca and Brad Barron on July 27, 2016.  Brad got to surprise Becky and told her about it on the way to the ceremony. Ten years of happy wedded bliss and two little boys, vacation in Hawaii at the Disney Aulani Resort in west Oahu. Such a treat for their children, not to mention the limousine ride round about, to the Hawaii vow renewal location.  Magic Island at Ala Moana Park was nice in the late afternoon with a few waves. Arriving all decked up in  casual Hawaiian matching outfits, what a great looking family. A colorful Haku head lei for Rebecca also a surprise, she looked beautiful smiling at her husband. Rev. Michael Nelson had prepared a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony to include their sons.  Beginning with the call of the conch shell, announcing that something special was about to happen. A simple and short vow renewal is exactly what they wished for.  Accepting their marriage vows and continued commitment to each other, once again, was beautiful with their boys playing around them. Gift of Aloha,  flower leis for each individual. First Brad and Rebecca took a moment to thank each other and extend their love. Each exchanged leis and kissed each other on each cheek, traditionally Hawaiian style. Then it was time to gift leis to their sons.  A beautiful Hawaii vow renewal ceremony with Diamond Head in the background. Rev. Mike announces the newly renewed  Brad and Rebecca Barron of Farmington, Missouri. They will cherish this moment as a family with pictures to share and enjoy. Thank you so much for having us on your special day, your Hawaii vow renewal ceremony in Hawaii.  We enjoyed meeting you and have a great time in Hawaii,

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Hawaii vow renewals

Want to have fun, like going on vacation and getting married again stress free? Hawaii vow renewals are your answer. Your children will be there to participate, you’ll be on vacation, no stress, lots of fun and still have the emotions of w,hen you first got married. Sometimes it might be after 10 years, maybe 20 years Surprise Hawaii vow renewals are quite common and very sweet when the husband arranges the secret plans. Summer is perfect and popular time or Hawaii vow renewals. Michael and Tammy Borkoski with their son Michael Jr. staying at the Aulani Disney hotel chose the Waimanalo Bay Beach to have a beautiful Hawaiian style ceremony. On July 26, 2016 after 20 years of happy marriage, a surprise for Tammy. Michael told her about this on the way to the occasion. They arrived looking very Hawaiian in dark blue and white outfits, very stylish. A colorful haku head lei for Tammy.  What a beautiful bride. Dressed in a Hawaiian robe, Rev. Michael Nelson blew his conch shell to begin their renewal of vows.  Hawaii vow renewals are very similar to our Hawaii wedding ceremony. Sand ceremony a blessing of unity was performed by Michael, Tammy and Michael Jr. The vows were not the same as their original but just as emotional. Exchange of flower leis, the gift of Aloha with kisses on eyach cheek. An emotional moment as Tammy and Michael presented their son a shell lei with words of love and hugs. Michael Jr. wiped away his tears. Then Rev. Mike presented the newly renewed Tammy and Michael. Memorable photos to share and enjoy. Mahalo for sharing your beautiful day with us.

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Romantic Hawaii weddings

Tropical storm Darcy had passed on, the beach was beautiful again, Hawaii weddings on the beach has also begun to be enjoyed by happy couples.  July 29, 2016 was selected by beautiful loving couple Danielle Combs and Colby Shull at Waimanalo Bay beach.  A beautiful sunny day, clean white sand miles long, sparkling blue green water, waves washing up on the beach. Perfect day for all  Hawaii weddings.  Danielle and Colby arrived dressed casually but looked classy.  Happily meeting their minister, Rev. Michael Nelson.  They had a bunch of their pals along to give them support and celebrate with them.  We are so glad they and their friends are so orderly and on time for their special day.  Hawaii weddings are important to start on time since the ministers have several  weddings to do during the duration of the day. The marriage ceremony of Danielle and Colby began with the usual sound of conch shell blown by Rev. Mike.  Rev. Mike’s congratulation for being here today to see their dream come true and commit to, I will love you forever.   We begin with a ceremony of blending  their lives together. Hawaii weddings with unity sand ceremony are beautiful and precious. The idea of taking home a bit of sand as a memento of your ceremony. Vows were beautiful and romantic. the rings were exchanged pledging to cherish each other in sacred union. The most important virtue of marriage is love. Beautiful rings sparkling with beauty and especially special meanings to each other. The gift of Aloha, leis and kisses.  Their many friends cheered and hugged them. Presenting the new Danielle and Colby Shull.  The sweetest couple, many photos they will enjoy of their special day. Mahalo for sharing your day with us and thank you for serving to protect our nation.  Enjoy your time in Hawaii and stay safe. Aloha.

 

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Hawaii weddings

Hawaii vacations, Hawaii weddings? Two days before coming to Hawaii, there were no plans, after arriving on Oahu, they decided to get married. Spontaneous Hawaii weddings? Yes, and it turned out so beautiful. So in love, Mary Jane Brown and Gary Kucera of Las Cruces, New Mexico, chose us to plan their July 21, 2016 Hawaiian wedding on the beach of Waimanalo Bay.  It was a nice day even though Tropical storm Darcy was churning it’s way toward Hawaii in the Pacific ocean.  Arriving on a brand new limousine with sister and son, Mary Jane and Gary were dressed up ready to be married. Mary Jane, beautiful in her dress with a train, and veil. French bouquet of baby roses as well as large rose buds. Gary, not used to the dress up, but looked great.  The beach with tundering waves made it a bit hard to hear the ceremony. A light drizzle at the end of the portrait session, but nothing major.  Rev. Michael Nelson provided them with such a memorable ceremony.  Hawaii weddings provide so much happiness and emotions.  They were so happy they decided to do this, even though it was last minute. It made it even more exciting.  The no worry, no stress factor was so great, they just left everything to us. Rev. Mike as always blew his conch shell and congratulated them for deciding on having the joy of  happiness in Hawaii weddings. Unity sand ceremony, vows to commitment, ring exchange, the Hawaiian blessing for the marriage of Mary Jane and Gary Kucera.  Exchange of leis and private message to each other of love.  Presenting the new Mary Jane and Gary to her son and sister, witnessing, and to the world.  What a nice wedding for very nice people. Many portraits, and pictures of the wedding ceremony to enjoy. Mahalo for having us, you are fun people.  Best and Aloha from A wedding in Hawaii.

 

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Hawaii wedding ceremony

Hawaii wedding ceremony of love for local military couple on July 15, 2016 at Kahala Beach. Laynette Taylor and Antonio Burch, a beautiful and nicest couple from Pearl City Hawaii, arrived with their beautiful multiracial children to support them on their marriage.  A Hawaii wedding on the beach is very affordable compared to costly church weddings. Laynette, beautiful in her stylish wedding dress, bouquet of red and white roses high lighted the coloring. Antonio looked great in white Aloha shirt.  All the guys also wore white shirts. The gals looked great in their own stylish dresses.  Many friends also arrived to be with the family.  Rev. Michael Nelson, the minister to be for their Hawaii wedding greeted and advised them.  Kahala Beach, beautiful and it was a perfect day for Laynette’s and Antonio’s special day.  The sound of conch shell mingled with the soft sound of waves washing up on the sandy beach. Rev. Mike spoke of marriage as a commitment to each other and congratulated them of this day.  In a Hawaii wedding by the sea, the sand ceremony is performed in place of the unity candle ceremony to blend their lives together.  Vows to each other, pledging to cherish each other in sacred union. The three greatest virtues of marriage in Hawaiian are faith, hope and love. They promised to accept each other for richer or poorer, joy and sorrow. Pledging their love forever.  Rings were blessed and exchanged. With this ring, I thee wed. The blessing of their marriage with floral lei exchange.  In Hawaii, a lei is a gift of Aloha, on a Hawaii wedding day it is a  sharing of great honor.  With that they were announced as the new Laynette and Antonio Burch. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us. We hope you enjoy the memorable pictures you will cherish of your special day.  Reception at The Willows to follow.  Aloha.

 

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Slovakia Hawaii weddings

Planning Hawaii weddings with the help of experienced Hawaii wedding planners are the way to go, especially if you are not from  the United States. Fulfill the dream honeymoon trip and plans for having success in Hawaii weddings, they put plans in our hands with their trust. The beach wedding of Karina and Tomas Trojcak happened on July 17, 2016 at Kahala Beach.  A little wetness of raindrops, for good luck in the land of Aloha, but still providing Hawaiian sunshine and trade winds. Presenting the ever lovely Karina Kopecka, dressed in  a stylish long wedding gown, white orchid hair flower; and tall and handsome Tomas Trojcak in white shirt with tan trousers happily met Rev. Mike Nelson.  As they joyfully strolled on the sandy beach, umbrella to protect them , totally absorbed in the beauty of the beach, ocean scenery.  They are ready for Hawaii weddings offering of happiness.  Sounding of the conch shell, can you hear, Slovakia?  Congratulations from Rev. Mike to commit to “I will love you forever”, a commitment to each other called marriage. Hawaii weddings with sand a ceremony, custom derived from the sands of Hawaii as part of your Hawaii weddings.  Beautiful memorable Hawaii weddings with vows and blessings partly in English and Hawaiian. Facing each other, holding hands, eyes only for each other, as the waves crashed onto the beach. I do pledge to cherish in sacred union. Rings were admired with reflection of the beauty and especially what symbolism these rings represent. Exchanging rings, then flower leis the gift of Aloha.  With the authority vested in me (Rev. Mike Nelson)  you are the new Karina and Tomas Trojcak.  Congratulations, have a super trip on the outer islands.  Enjoy your many photos. We thank you so much, we try to make all our Hawaii weddings which will make you remember always. Aloha.

 

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Hawaii vow renewals

Beautiful Hawaii vow renewals bring so much joy of current and past memories of their love and life together. Summer time is a very popular time for Hawaii vow renewals since the children are free from school to participate in this special day. This is such a nice experience for the children to watch their parents get married again before their very eyes.  For Nicole and Trevor Anulies, we married this beautiful couple a few years ago, five years of marital bliss brought them back to renew their vows. Same location as before, Kahala Beach.  In their case their Mom and Dad joined them for  DOUBLE HAWAII VOW RENEWALS ceremony.. The parents celebrating  twenty-five years together,.created a 30 years total renewal to enjoy.  A crew of video/photo capturing the special moments of Hawaii vow renewals about to happen. Hula dancer accompanied by ukulele playing singer to dance and croon for their romantic saga. Nicole, beautiful with a haku head lei, a stylish cream colored dress, Trevor in shorts and pinkish shirt, looked relaxed. Mom and Dad, Laura and Andreas Stephen looked great in outfits pinkish in color. Rev. Mike Nelson provided a beautiful double renewal ceremony they will forever cherish. Conch shell blowing announcing the rites. Singing of the Hawaiian wedding song, with hula dancing. The entrance of Laura with Trevor, Nicole with Andreas meeting Rev. Mike at the altar near the sea.  Presentation of leis to the two girl friends. Beginning with the beauty of sand ceremonies, on to the incredible vows of renewal, the traditional lei exchanges. Black shiny Kukui nut leis for the guys, and purple orchid leis for the ladies. Blessings of the participation of their Hawaii vow renewals.  A special hula and singing of a beautiful Hawaiian song dedication for Nicole and Trevor, Laura and Andreas. Presenting the renewed couple with blessing. Congratulations to all. Mahalo for having us on this special day. enjoy your video presentation and the many photographs of your Hawaii vow renewals.  Aloha.

 

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Hawaii weddings of Aloha

Love is so beautiful bringing joyous celebration for Hawaii weddings on the island of Oahu. Planning on their special day all the way from New Zealand, Helen Bryant and Grant Belcher.  A  little extra touch of a beautiful location of Waimanalo Bay Beach, and the woods of Sherwood Forest. A beautiful new limousine, driving on the coastal shores of east Oahu, being met by Kamaaina singer/ukulele player singing beautiful melodies. Aloha greetings from minister, Rev. Mike Nelson, photographer and planners of Hawaii weddings. A gorgeous day with ocean of blue-green brilliance, July 12, 2016 in loving Hawaii Nei. They brought their own wedding cake, a beautiful one for photo opportunities to be eaten at their hotel in privacy. There were other Hawaii weddings at the  beach but spread far apart, that they felt and became “just the two of them” in their own magic world. Helen looked beautiful in a stylish, lacy dress of ivory color, while Grant debonair in his black tux. Ready to begin this moment they have waited for.  Rev. Mike welcome/ intro by blowing his conch shell in the wind. Beautiful sound of ukulele and the melodic sounds of the Hawaii wedding song as they enjoyed the moment.  Joining and blending of their lives as they go forward together, the unity sand ceremony of Hawaii. Their beautiful vows were repeated after Rev. Mike as Helen and Grant, locking eyes, never looked away. Love is so nice, they were alone in their own island. Beautitful rings with it’s own significance, given and exchanged. Traditional blessing of the marriage with hands clasped, floral l.ei exchanged with two kisses on each cheek, Hawaiian style.  Hawaii weddings on Oahu, the wedding of Helen and Grant Belcher, congratulations.  Dedicated to the newlyweds, a Hawaiian love song by ukulele singer, Baron. Signing the marriage certificate and photo taking concluding our Hawaii weddings of love. A beautiful coastal champagne ride of coastal east shore to their hotel. A celebration at Ocean House for dinner tonight. Mahalo for giving us the joy of having your special day with you. Aloha! from A wedding in Hawaii.

 

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Sweet Hawaii weddings

The sweetest, loving couple from Europe enjoyed the joys of Hawaii weddings at Waimanolo Bay beach. Beautiful bride from Italy, Flavia Bianchini and handsome Danny Ford of England met in another country and now resides in Italy. He now understands and speak Italian to the delight of her family. Traveling to Japan to Oahu, brief stop to enjoy Hawaii weddings of Paradise, and honeymoon in Maui.  On July 8, 2016 they arrived on a Italian Fiat, ironically. Flavia looked radiant in bright yellow sundress. Danny looked really chic in Europe style maroon shorts, accessories of same color, shoes, and tie. White shirt and black vest finalized his chic attire. A gorgeous day on Hawaii weddings best beach of the year, Waimanalo Bay Sherwood forest beach.  They set up their own video camera to capture the joy of having their special day and events that high lights our Hawaii weddings. They had the rings tied onto their ring bearer, a precious stuffed animal given to her by a loved one when she was a child, it holds a special meaning for Flavia and Danny to how and where they first met each other. A memorable wedding ceremony with wedding vows written for each other.  With the blowing of the conch shell, the blending of their lives, the unity sand ceremony, the beginning of a beautiful life together. Their vows to each other was so intimate, with the pounding sound of the waves on the beach, the words were drowned for their ears only. The exchange of rings and the participation of the ring bearer of significance. The traditional flower leis, the gift of Aloha, Hawaii weddings final step before officially pronouncing them as Flavia and Danny Ford. A joyful and memorable wedding ceremony by the Rev. Michael Nelson. Beautiful photographs will be enjoyed. Forever memories of the wedding of Flavia and Danny. Mahalo for having us, we enjoyed every moment creating Hawaii weddings at its best,

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