Memories of the past, celebration of life with Hawaii vow renewals, on wedding anniversaries are a treasure filled with love and happiness. As daughter, Hazel recalled eight years ago, she and her husband enjoyed the beautiful experience of our ceremony of Hawaii vow renewals. Today, October 20, 2018 celebrating fifty years together, on their Golden Anniversary are Ma Fe and Horatio. Waialae Beach Park where a picture perfect tree and coconut tree as the altar. Beautiful sandy dunes reflect the gorgeous panoramic view of the blue ocean and Koko head crater. Ma Fe and Horatio were married in Manila and raised three beautiful gracious daughters. Fulfilled with three son-in-laws gifting them with one granddaughter and four grandsons A beautiful family full of love and gratitude for Mom and Dad. Presentation of flowers: white Haku head lei and maile lei for the bride and groom, the girls all received orchid leis and the guys got kukui nut leis. Beautiful granddaughter also enjoyed a white haku head lei. Bride and Groom slowly walked across the white bridge connecting to the otherside of the park to alit the naturally created altar. Reverend Michael Nelson’s vow renewal ceremony was perfect, their daughters each said a few words of congratulations and thank you for being such wonderful parents and a perfect example of parents. Tears welled in Horatio’s eyes. Combining of sands to further enrich their many years to come was the Hawaiian sand ceremony. With the presentation of leis, the gift of Aloha, they kissed and forever resealed their marriage of fifty years. Their beautiful granddaughter got so emotional, crying happily for much of the ceremony. Many opportunities for family pictures were offered. A good time to have Hawaiian portraits made for family Christmas cards Photo releases are included with all the photographs where you may share with anyone. This beautiful memorable Golden Anniversary Hawaiian vow renewal ceremony will be cerebrated with lunch at the Kahala Hotel’s (next door) Plumeria Cafe. Congratulations and Mahalo. Come back next year for your 51st!