Hawaii vow renewals, Silver anniversary celebration

The popularity of saying “I DO” again with Hawaii vow renewals on the beach have grown tremendously over the years. For many, it is time to celebrate an anniversary or milestone of love and marriage. This is most popular with couples and families in North America, who come here to celebrate and have fun with their families as well as friends. They said “I DO” again in Hawaii on the same day, April 24, twenty five years ago in California. It was a chapel then, but today they enjoy the Hawaii vow renewals celebrating that wonderful day April 24, 1993. Magic Island was a bit breezy, but the no rain showers, in fact the sun was out between the clouds. This wonderful couple, May and Cain came all the way from Moorpark, California bringing their entourage of loved ones to share their special day. To honor them, everyone were in white, so were May and Cain dressed in off, white and white. Arriving via limousine, greeted by ukulele playing singer, Baron and Reverend Michael. Happily greeted with Aloha on their 25th wedding anniversary, May was presented with a beautiful french bouquet, covered with pastel spring colored roses. Their families and many loved ones greeted them honoring their day by wearing white. Leis were distributed to their children and grandkids. Holding hands smiling at each other, they listened to the conch shell announcing their renewal ceremony. The Hawaiian wedding song sung by Baron playing the ukulele in honor or May and Cain. Reverend Mike blessed them with a beautiful Hawaii vow renewal ceremony. A special love song was played and sung in congratulating the re-newed May and Cain. They will celebrate with a Italian luncheon at Buca di Beppo with their loved ones. Congratulations for having us, for our enjoyment of planning Hawaii vow renewals.

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So many successful surprise Hawaii vow renewals

Try to plan a surprise celebration, it is not easy, so a lot of credit goes to the planner of Hawaii vow renewals. The grown children are so successful in keeping the secret from spreading. Twenty five years ago, April 24 was the Philippines wedding day of Marilou and Zosimo. Their daughter (Faye) and son helped plan this family trip and kept the Hawaii vow renewals part a secret, as a surprise anniversary present. Cute and petite, Marilou looked at Zosimo, with love, remembering this very day twenty five years ago in a chapel in their native Philippines. Zosimo and Marilou, their love seem to shine between them and radiates through their son and daughter. Both are casually dressed in off white outfits, perfect for a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony. Lots of sunshine and beautiful Magic island scenery of Hawaii. This is the Hawaii people’s park with historic Diamond Head in the foreground. This wonderful family from Ontario, Canada arrived on Oahu, beginning with couple a days in Waikiki and another couple day after their stay at the Turtle Bay resort area. A vacation gift for their parents a few days at the North Shore honeymoon. How cute. This couple are deeper in love today and wiser in life as they gave loving life to their daughter and son to enjoy the life they wished for them. The weather for Hawaii vow renewals at Spring time at Magic Island brings rain showers from the mountains above Manoa, but today was a blessing from above. A beautiful Hawaii vow renewal ceremony by Reverend Mike. Facing each other holding hands, eyes locked, the memories of their wedding ceremony 25 years ago, they said I do once again. A unique picture was requested by Faye, Marilou and Zosimo kneeling, flanked by their children behind them with an arch shaped like a heart created by their arms and hands. Beautiful shot. Congratulations to the new renewed couple and also their children on their successful surprise. Mahalo so much. You are such wonderful people.

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We honor Hawaii weddings for all, love is universal

Cameras in action, Hawaii weddings captured on video and still photographs brings couples a story of their very special day. Coverage from your arrival at the Hawaii beach wedding location, sequencing into the wedding ceremony, the photo shoot with the beautiful Hawaii Aloha background and your departure. It was their love and devotion for each other, best of friends at first, then love and desire to bring their two hearts together into one, to be together always. Simple Hawaii weddings? Sounded great! Just the two of them, nothing fancy just memorable. A perfect Hawaii wedding package with additions were in store for them, a perfect “nothing fancy, but documenting of fond memories”. Our beautiful ladies, Courtney and Andrea decided on April 23, 2018 to seal their love in matrimony at the beautiful Magic Island. Once deciding on the date and Hawaii wedding location, they decided to go off the script and create their own Hawaii wedding package. The Magic package with added photo coverage and video coverage. A wise choice with their priorities in check. This package comes with the Magic Island location only. Magic Island is very near Waikiki and beautifully historic with the view of lush green (it is Spring) Diamond Head in the background with blue/aqua view of the vast Pacific Ocean. The capture of Hawaii weddings at this location is a treasure, which is one reason why wedding video coverage is so memorable. The wedding of Courtney and Andrea began with the blowing of the conch by Reverend Kermit. A beautiful and heartfelt wedding ceremony, vows of promise personally written by each. Tears and joy, their personal vows to each other blew us away. The newlywed, Andrea and Courtney will truly enjoy their love story with their photo/video coverage. A plan to “trash their dresses” were discarded by our advised. They agreed, happily walking hand and hand ready for their beautiful honeymoon week on Oahu. Mahalo and congrats, gals.

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Weddings in Hawaii, Hawaii weddings forever

Just the two of them, Hawaii weddings, dream come true with everything they could ask for in a full Hawaii wedding package of wedding goodies. California couple, Jennifer and Charles wanted a all inclusive Hawaii wedding package planned by A wedding in Hawaii. Although it would be just two of them on April 12, 2018, they wanted to share their special day with their loved ones at home. They will get this beautiful wedding ceremony on video tape and also decided to live stream the ceremony via their phone. A day of beauty at Waimanalo Bay beach at Sherwood Forest, with a gorgeous blue/green ocean with specks of little island and miles of white sandy beach. Our white limousine picks the bridal couple at the Luana Waikiki (by the way, many of our clients stays at the Luana, the are great, they have free wine and cheese on their program.) Arrival of the limousine at Waimanalo Bay beach is documented live by our photo/video crew. Guitar music in the air, beautiful couple steps out and greeted by Reverend Michael Nelson. Formally dressed, Jennifer and Charles are a loving couple, hugging and kissing. The bouquet for the bride was a pink and white cascade of roses, and orchids. Hawaii weddings presents the Hawaiian wedding of princess Jennifer to Prince Charles of Yucca Valley, California. We have our singer, camera crew set to go waiting for the entrance of the bridal couple. Hawaii weddings often times have the minister blow the conch for Hawaii weddings to welcome the couple. Reverend Michael sounds the conch in two directions and here comes. The beautiful symbolic unity sand ceremony, the rings, the vows. Charles held it together,but finally broke down when the said there “I Do’s”. The traditional lei exchange was heartfelt and brought more tears. The most emotional Hawaii wedding ceremony we have ever experienced. As the singer sang and played a love song in honor of the new Charles and Jennifer. Reverend Michael presents the newlyweds to their cry of joy and laughter. Congratulations to a wonderful couple. Mahalo in behalf of the crew of A wedding in Hawaii. Aloha.

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Couple enjoys the joys of Hawaii vow renewals; personal vows to their children

Married for ten beautiful years, Natalie and Michael of Australia enjoyed the joys of Hawaii vow renewals. Personal vows written by both were exchanged between them, but the part that separated this ceremony from others, was that they gave a vow during the ceremony for each of their little sons. Personal vows to their children is incredibly heartfelt, and is quite rare. There are many wonderful Hawaii vow renewals we have experienced throughout the past thirty plus years, but this one impressed us the most. Couples thank their children in their vow renewal ceremony, but writing a special vows for their children included in their ceremony is so incredibly sweet. That is as close and tight a family can be. They strive forward forever together as a wonderful family. Natalie and Michael got married ten years ago in a chapel in Tasmania. So different from this Hawaii vow renewal today. The boys were not there yet, and the marriage vows were not the same, but the feeling inside of them are still the same or even greater. The air at the sandy beach of Kahala h on April 16, 2018 was crisp with the morning Hawaiian air, after a rain storm the day before. It was still beautiful but the gust of wind was still there every so often. This wonderful family arrived at the park looking so comfort. The guys wore khaki short pants with shirts of blue and white prints. Mom looked like a princess in white short chiffon dress. They are on a long journey together after this enjoying the likes of Las Vegas, Florida, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Many amusement parks for the enjoyment as a family. A ceremony with the sound of the conch by our minister began their Hawaii vow renewal ceremony. They enjoyed the sand ceremony, the rings held by their sons and blessed by Rev. Michael were exchanged. Personal vows were very heathfelt with flower leis. Special moment vows to each son before them, just for their ears. Flower leis were given with lots of hugs and kisses. Congratulations to this wonderful renewed family. Thanks so much for sharing this very special moments with us.

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Hawaii wedding part of a once in a lifetime dream

Hawaii weddings were recently written up as one of the top fifteen cities to avoid as destination weddings. The reason? High cost of averaging $39,000, of course this may include the flight and hotel cost. “Local” large weddings do cost that and more due to the the high cost of church fees and reception. But destination Hawaii wedding packages are mostly very economical since it involves only the wedding on the beach, not the reception. Yes, beautiful white sandy beaches, and blue/aqua Hawaiian ocean we provide free for your happiest day of your life. Life is not perfect, but we give you the best and true Aloha Spirit we can give. Our Hawaii wedding ceremonies are low keyed and based on small family (Ohana) style. We try our best to provide good energy and true Aloha spirit with positive attitude to each couple. We fell in love with a beautiful and sweet couple from Deutschland, Germany, Kerstin W. and David B. They took six months time off to fulfil their once in a lifetime dream. Traveling as fiances, through Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand and the rest of Asia, on to Australia and New Zealand from December to March. They finally arrived in Hawaii in April, where their most important dream will celebrated. On April 6, 2018, at beautiful Magic Island, it was magical indeed. With Diamond head in the background with blue/aqua Pacific Ocean. A Hawaii wedding transformed into memories Kerstin and David will forever carry with them. As they exchanged rings, they will look at this ring they wear every day and remember this Hawaii wedding ceremony and it’s meaning. The new David and Kerstin will continue their journey of love, as husband and wife visiting the outer islands of Hawaii, go on Mexico, Ecuador and South America. A Hawaii wedding did not break the bank for them. A simple wedding, simply delightful. Congratulations and Mahalo for being such good people.

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Hawaii vow renewal, simply memorable and affordable

Couples and families celebrate their wedding anniversaries in Hawaii. How about a Hawaii vow renewal as part of the celebration. Hawaii vow renewals on the beach of Oahu need not cost much, the joy of the memories you take with you is priceless. Whether it be ten years, twenty years, even fifty years celebration, a Hawaii vow renewal can be anytime you choose. The “I do” again in Hawaii, getting away from the cold on the mainland, looks good with the sun, sandy white beach, little island in the ocean, and of course coconut tree. The heartfelt joy of having a vow renewal in Hawaii as your children watch and witness you repeating your vows of marriage is priceless. Here is a happy story of a successful Hawaii vow renewal, that brought so much happiness to the whole family. Back at home n Brick, New Jersey, Kelly and Robert Roesler planned to celebrate their tenth wedding anniversary with a trip to Oahu at the Disney Aulani Resort with their two beautiful daughters and their uncle. The desire was to have their vows renewed with their girls present. Their wish came true on April 3, 2018. Kelly wrote to say, how amazing it was, grateful and blessed especially having their girls there. Kahala Beach on a grassy knoll, near the waves below, holding hands, looking emotionally at their their children, Kelly and Robert said “I do” once again. A tender moment of love with each of their girls gifting them with orchid leis was very emotional. A Hawaii vow renewal for Kelly and Robert, never to forget. Beautiful family ended the ceremony with a family group hug. Congratulations and Mahalo.

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Destination Hawaii weddings on Oahu

The many memories of successful Hawaii weddings, the destination kinds of Hawaii weddings are very memorable. Meeting and getting acquainted with their mannerism and customs are something so very precious to remember. Sometimes they come from not very far, like Alberta, Canada which has a style of their own. We share with them the Hawaii customs as well as the Destination Hawaii weddings and Hawaii vow renewals customs. The wedding of Jeanette and Donald was well attended by their many love ones dressed in pinks and reds. She was gorgeous in white with a cascade bouquet of pink and white roses and orchids. He looked super in pink shirt and walking shorts wearing a Panama hat. Hats were the props for everyone. It all worked out since it was not breezy. Arriving by limousine the bridal party looked great. Donald arrived separately with his guys. Singing ukulele players greeted the limousine, with the minister and camera crew catching the moments. All their love ones received white orchid leis. In Hawaii the giving of the lei is a gift of Aloha, which means Love. May 29, 2018, the Hawaii weddings at Waimanalo Bay Beach were accommodating three weddings, but the beach extends miles long so no one got in each other’s way. Everyone lined up,, to Ohana style on the white sand, to watch the entrance the bridal couple. Reverend Mike sounded his conch and the Hawaiian wedding song was sung with ukulele music as the Jeanette was escorted by Donald to the altar. A beautiful Hawaii wedding ceremony it was. frozEmotions you share today is like the tide of the sea, commitment to marriage create goodness to this world together. The vows, the rings you wear will always remind you of this special day. With that a Hawaiian gift of Aloha (floral leis) were offered to each other. Hats off, Donald threw his hat in the air. The new Donald and Jeanette was honored by the singers with a love song. Introducing the newlyweds! He lifts her and carries her over the sand to the beach with ebbing white waves. Cheers from their love ones. Memories of this very special day are caught on digital photos and high resolution video, to be downloaded to their computers. Congratulations and Mahalo as they enjoy their limousine ride back to Waikiki.

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