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!