Loving couple plus two, Hawaii weddings. What does this mean? We share so many romantic and happy stories of our Hawaii weddings and Hawaii vow renewals, some usual, some unusual. With one very happy and funny story of pouring rain as the bride and groom was about to say their vows. They took it so well laughing and having so much fun. There is nothing you can do with nature, but proceed with the cheering and whooping. Denae Clay and Michael Broerman found they were pregnant with twin, girl and a boy. What a wonderful story so thus “Loving couple plus two, Hawaii weddings” was born. Moving up the current date of a wedding in Hawaii to November 13, 2017 as a babymoon instead of a honeymoon in March 2018. What a great idea, we fell in love with this radiantly happy and friendly couple immediately. A quiet Hawaii weekend of Aloha, ending the trip with a Hawaii wedding ceremony, just the four of them, which begins a new chapter in their lives. Magic Island on the opposite side of the historic Diamond Head is a gorgeous ocean view with beautiful green trees and grass for the alter. Beautiful Denae looked like a princess with a colorful haku head lei, her prince Michael with the fragrant Hawaii maile lei was full of happiness. The Reverend Michael Nelson presented a memorable Hawaii wedding ceremony incorporating the wonderful story about their marriage. All the laughter and Aloha between us made the ceremony so enjoyable. Enjoying the unity sand ceremony uniting all four of them was precious. Sealed with the beautiful rings and vows, the flower lei exchange and kisses, finally made them officially married in the State of Hawaii. Wonderful stories of Hawaii weddings are so memorable. Congratulations and best of luck and Aloha to the new Michael and Denae.