Honeymoon and a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony

They did not have a church or a large wedding sixteen years ago, so a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony sounded like a great idea. For Vicki and Joseph, there was another reason to celebrate in Hawaii. May 30 was Joseph’s birthday, sixty years young. This beautiful and simply nice couple from South Carolina have enjoyed Hawaii before since Joseph have served our country in the military. Getting married by the justice of the peace was so different from the Hawaii vow renewal they were about to enjoy. But memories of their original wedding will blend in with their re-avowing toward a beautiful family history. Joseph was so sweet, they went to the Marine Corp exchange and chose a authentic Hawaiian black pearl necklace, matching earrings and of course the beautiful matching rings for the ceremony. They were dressed casually, but chic and looked awesome. The beautiful Waialae Beach on June 1, 2018 was their special day. They had enjoyed a nice lunch at the Kahala hotel next door before the ceremony so they had a nice relaxing time. Toes in the sand is what they chose. In the afternoon, it can be very hot and also breezy but this sandy area has a beautiful panoramic ocean view with the beaches, waves, mountains, palm trees, everything Hawaiian. This is the background if you choose this part of the park. A white bridge separates this part from the sand dunes so we always start the ceremony with couples walking over the bridge. This creates a beautiful picture.

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Sweet Memories of their Hawaii vow renewal ceremony

A blissful marriage and a loving family for twenty five years. Let’s celebrate with a Hawaii vow renewal for our Silver anniversary and take the extended family and loved ones to enjoy a vacation in Paradise. That was the plan for Chris and Marisa. Living in Elk Grove, California, Marisa have been to Hawaii before, but this was the first time for Chris. Preparation was exciting for him, securing a Hawaii wedding planner was the first thing on the list. The search internet with Vow renewal in Hawaii or Hawaii vow renewals led them to lucky us. Choosing a date for the special day was a little tricky with so many loved ones joining them for the important occasion. Chris and Marisa chose May 30, 2018, a Wednesday, and it turned out to be a gorgeous Hawaiian day at Sherwood Forest at Waimanalo Bay Beach. Just a few people scattered in the mile long sandy beach, perfect Hawaii wedding or Hawaii vow renewal day. Congratulations to Chris and Marisa for successfully bringing their loved ones together to their Hawaii vow renewal location, so well organized. Marisa looked gorgeous in silver and gray dress, stylish with a train sewn by her talented Mom. Chris, so happy and handsome in Khaki and white shirt identical to their two sons. Everyone wore some kind of lei, T-leaf, ribbon leis of black, white, green or dark blue. Their two beautiful daughters wore dark blue fashionable long dresses. The reverend Michael Nelson had their four children involved in the sand ceremony. A beautiful twenty fifth wedding anniversary celebrated in Hawaii, the wedding vow renewal for Chris and Marisa finally realized. “Today I feel young again. You make me whole”. This was part of Chris’s loving words to his beloved Marisa. A ceremony with their children present was priceless. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us.

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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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Hawaii vow Renewal brings back old memories of Love

Hawaii vow renewal. A brilliant idea formulated in far away England where they live. Planning on a trip to Hawaii, Chris suggested to his beloved wife of thirty-five year, “let us have a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony” In November over thirty five years ago their wedding day, surging back with memories of happy young love. Today, March 1, 2018 they will celebrate their young love wedding with a mature love wedding, renewing their vows on the beautiful beach of Ala Moana Magic Island. The historic sight of lush green Diamond Head in the background and the beautiful aqua blue Pacific Ocean was a beautiful sight. Thanks to the constant rain of recent, Diamond Head was not brown. Elaine and Chris has been enjoying Oahu’s sights and activities for the last few days. Chris has be to 49 states and countries, being a engineer in the government. Beautiful and youthful, this loving couple were dressed so smartly. She wore a cream colored lace dress and he looked cool in a smart casual outfit. The french bouquet of pink, white, purple orchids was a perfect bridal match for Elaine. Meeting their minister, Reverend Michael Nelson was delightful. They originally married in the Church of England so this Hawaii vow renewal ceremony experience was so new and different in atmosphere. Deep and mature love was ever so present for their personalized ceremony made for them. The conch blowing and the offering of a gift of Aloha (leis) were very pleasant for them. The renewed Chris and Elaine, congratulations and Mahalo.

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Tears of joy a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony for Australian couple

Our Hawaii vow renewals are stress free, just come as you are or dress up, there are no rules. Just a memorable hour with us on one of Oahu’s beaches. We have the honor of celebrating with you, a very romantic vow renewal ceremony by our professional crew on your special day. Your Hawaii vow renewal need not cost you an arm and a leg, we have a simple package called Magic at Magic at Magic Island (A park by the ocean with the scene of the historic Diamond Head in the background). Our couple, friends on our Facebook page from Australia took this package and they had a great time. Tanya and Trevor Twyford resides in Australia, married happily for twenty-five years. Everything was via e-mail and everything turned out super great. They chose October 24, 2017 at three O’Clock, being they got married twenty five years ago on October 24 at exactly the same time. It was quite emotional and happy. They arrived with their best friends to support them. The Reverend Kermit arrived to call out “Hey, Matey” and we all got be friends right away. It was a beautiful day compared to the day before, which stormed with heavy rain and thunderstorm. Luck was on their side. To celebrate, they had already traveled to the Island of Maui, and from here spend some time in Las Vegas, California. The Hawaii vow renewal of Tanya and Trevor, presented by Reverend Kermit started with the high tones of the conch. Floral and shell leis were first presented to their dear friends. Love is in the air as they held hands and locked their eyes. Accepting the vows, memories returned and tears of happiness from everyone. Reverend Kermit delivered a memorable ceremony. A white flower lei for Tanya and a shell lei for Trevor to seal the vow renewal as a gift of Aloha. A wonderful couple, the renewed Tanya and Trevor. Have a great trip to Las Vegas and returning home to Australia. Mahalo.

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Hawaii vow renewals, enjoyable memories captured

Yes, happiness and emotions. Hawaii vow renewals brings back memories of your beautiful wedding day. There so many reasons couples celebrate their anniversaries with vow renewals in Hawaii, but the occasion always brings blessings and enjoyment. The memories will be ingrained forever in your hearts, with many beautiful photos or even video for keepsakes. Here are two wedding stories of beautiful Hawaii vow renewals: Karl and Brittney of Utah were married in Las Vegas five years ago on October 19. During the five wonderful years Brittney became ill and brought them even closer together. Being well enough today to travel, Karl planned to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary with a trip to Hawaii. Hawaii vow renewals plan was on his mind, but as a surprise. Gathering love ones, both Mom’s, Dad and close friends who resides in Hawaii were part of the surprise for beautiful Brittney. October 19, 2017 at Ala Moana Beach Park, Magic Island, a nice day but a little breezy, with a beautiful backdrop of Diamond Head in the background. Small drizzle of rain will happen during the ceremony indication of good luck. Brittney and Karl dressed comfortably in shades of tan and ivory colors. Reverend Mike Nelson presented a Hawaiian Aloha vow renewal ceremony which brought so much emotions, it was just unbelievably beautiful. White double leis were presented to Brittney and her Mom. A Hawaii vow renewal ceremony, a keepsake of photo images to cherish. Mahalo and Congratulations. Alyssa and Johnathan of Austin, Texas were married five years ago, February of 2012. This vibrant happy and sunny couple were married on the beach of Jamaica. What a terrific admirable couple. They apparently love the beach, memories of their wedding day brought happy thoughts should we look into thoughts of Hawaii vow renewals. A second honeymoon with a renewing of their vows on the beach of Oahu. Here they are celebrating their vow renewal on October 20, 2017 at Kahala Beach. They are so vibrant and happy to meet Reverend Mike Nelson, their Hawaii vow renewal officiant. With trade wind blowing the palm trees and powder blue sky above them, a romantic scenery. Light aqua waters of Kahala beach behind them they happily participated in the sand ceremony. There was no sand ceremony or conch blowing at their memorable Jamaican wedding five years ago. Re-blessing of rings and giving their vows once again, they became the renewed John and Alyssa. Leis were exchanged as gifts of Aloha. Hawaii vow renewals reconnects them closer in heart and soul. Forever memories to treasure with beautiful images. Congratulations and Mahalo. We enjoyed the day with you.

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Hawaii vow renewal for the whole family

We are going to Hawaii to have a romantic Hawaii vow renewal ceremony, would you like to join us to have a family vacation?  They asked their two teenage daughter and son with excitement. What do you think their answer was?  Masako and Bryan Ritch happily married for twenty years decided to celebrate their twentieth wedding anniversary by having their vows renewed, have a honeymoon and have a Hawaii vacation with the kids all in one package. They contacted us to plan the Hawaii vow renewal portion. They found a condominium at Ilikai Hotel just on the outskirt of Waikiki, saving some cost with a kitchen to do their meals. This is a great and reasonable place to stay, many of our Hawaii vow renewal couples stay here. Not to mention, it is very close to the location we call Magic Island where Masako and Bryan chose to renew their vows. On August 21, 2017, Masako and Bryan happily arrived with their good looking teens, at Ala Moana Park. The loving couple, still very much in love as they looked at each lovingly, wore matching green Aloha print attires. She had a large orchid flower in her hair. Son and daughter wore dark blue Aloha attire chosen by Masako. They looked great, well tanned and looking very local teenagers. Here is Reverend Michael Nelson who will lead them through the ceremony and renew their marriage.We stroll along the green grass to what we call Magic Island near the man made lagoon. It was quite a beautiful day, except it threatened to rain earlier. Not to worry, the panoramic vista view of the beautiful blue ocean, Waikiki Beach and Diamond Head in the background is the setting of the Hawaii vow renewal ceremony of Masako and Bryan Ritch. Many beautiful photos to enjoy, memories of their Hawaiian vacation and the joy of a loving Hawaii vow renewal ceremony. As the children watched their parents join hands and lovingly looked at each other, the vows and memories of twenty years ago. Hawaiian ceremony of conch, unity sand ceremony, and lei exchange. Beautiful, the new re-newed Masako and Bryan of Livonia, Michigan. Aloha and mahalo for having us.

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Wed Twenty years ago, return for Hawaii vow renewal

We married them twenty years ago, today a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony will be celebrated with the presence of their beautiful three teenage children. Debbie and John Campsmith from Austin, Texas has chosen beautiful Waimanalo Bay Beach Park, Sherwood Forest as their Hawaii vow renewal ceremony location. August 14, 2017 they all arrived all the way from the North shore on Oahu looking with anticipation to once again meet up the Reverend Frank Mak, who originally married them. Their ceremony twenty years ago was held in a location totally different, being the lush gardens of Kualoa Ranch. Arriving casually dressed but very stylish. They all were color coordinated in cream.  Debbie and their two daughters looked gorgeous in haku head leis. John and son looked handsome with white leis. The beautiful ocean of Waimanalo Bay was a little balmy, but still beautiful with mile long sandy beach and little islands like Rabbit island in the background. Rain was a threatening factor, pineapple juice is what Reverend Frank call it, a omen of good luck. Situating the ceremony under the Sherwood Forest trees, but still have the scenic view of the beach, was great in case of rain. The wish for Debbie and John to use their exact same Vows of their marriage twenty years ago was a beautiful thought, At that time, there were no children, they were in the thoughts only of the then new Debbie and John. But today, son and daughters are present to hear them repeat their marriage vows, which started the lives they enjoy together today. Reverend Mak delivered his Aloha welcome in the Hawaiian language (oh, so familiar to the couple). Beautiful emotional vows, prayers and blessing were the gift of the Hawaii vow renewal from Reverend Frank Mak. Congratulations and may your love keep your family loving with Aloha. Mahalo from A wedding in Hawaii

 

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Memories of our Hawaii vow renewals

We have had many Hawaii vow renewals enjoyed by couples all over the world, but most are from the United States. We enjoy planning these joyous rite just as much as the loving couples themselves. Families join in and have a cry or two and have a wonderful time. Many have written back and thanked us for the nice memories of a stress free Ohana style (family) gathering. Hawaii with the many different ethnic background and traditions have popularized the enjoyment of Hawaii vow renewal ceremony. Locally they celebrate the fiftieth anniversary with a vow renewal ceremony and invite hundreds of people to their luau or reception. Good luck is involved. Loyd and Chau of Texas will celebrate their twentieth anniversary soon and chose August 9, 2017 to have the memories of Hawaii vow renewals to enjoy as they honeymoon. They have known each other as high school sweethearts and have twenty nine years of love together with two children to be proud of. On August 9, 2017 they arrived at Waialae Beach Park looking so very youthful stylishly dressed for the beach vow renewal. She looked lovely and petite in a summer dress of cream color, he tall and handsome dressed accordingly in tan and cream color outfit.  Reverend Michael Nelson got to know a little about them to personalize his vow renewal ceremony. A beautiful day, low tide with blue waters, Loyd and Chau strolled hand in hand on the sandy beach. Kahala Beach if where the grassy knolls are for staging the ceremony with the backdrop of the beach and little islands. Hawaii vow renewals as well as Hawaii weddings usually begin with the conch blowing by the minister, to announce that something important was about to happen. This is according to ancient Hawaiian history. Reverend asked for their commitment to reavow their marriage with vows different from their original but having the same meaning of promise. Holding hands, eyes locked, they took their vows with tears in their eyes. Memories filled them with emotion. A beautiful, beautiful moment full of love. Exchanging the gift of Aloha concluded the renewal of Loyd and Chau. Congratulations and return to us someday with your children. Mahalo with Aloha.

 

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We plan your Hawaii vow renewal

Far away in Wisconsin, they are thinking, should we have a Hawaii vow renewal? It would be fun high lighting a celebration for their fifth wedding anniversary. A vacation and a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony, what a great idea. Nicole and William Flesses found us and had us help plan their special day. Our Hawaii vow renewal ceremony are similarly structured like a Hawaii wedding ceremony the beach. We enjoy our job helping couples plan a day of beautiful happenings to remember forever.  A Hawaii vow renewal ceremony is planned to be full of love, everyone feeling relaxed, without stress, and happy. Ours is in a style we call “Ohana” meaning family style. We all gather  happily at the ceremony site and get acquainted a bit, a real Hawaiian Aloha style. By the time we gather at our site in this case, Kahala Beach, we are all happy and like friends.  Nicole and William just celebrated five years of happy love and marriage and it is celebration time with their beautiful (two) daughters standing by. William’s parents joined them on this journey and gifted them with a limousine ride to and from the Hawaii vow renewal site. How sweet. A morning in Hawaii, so beautiful and serene, ocean waters at low tide and turquoise waters. After the ceremony they stayed a while to frolic on the sandy beach and warm waters. Reverend Michael Nelson was the officiant. As we gathered under the coconut trees, he blew the conch in perfect harmony. (He charged his battery). A unity sand ceremony was enjoyed, and surprisingly they did have a sand ceremony five years ago for their original wedding at home. A loving Vow to each other, to continue loving and caring for each other and their children. New beautiful rings were exchanged, how lucky, Nicole. Two wonderful people with two beautiful girls. Nicole and William are the new renewed Mom and Dad Flesses. You guys are awesome. Mahalo so much for joining our wedding family, our Ohana. Aloha!

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