We love planning Hawaii vow renewals on the beaches of Oahu

In Hawaii, vow renewals are so common that we associate Hawaii vow renewals with the same packages as Hawaii weddings. Many of our ceremonies are for smaller groups and intimately romantic with “just the two of them” During the summer months we tend to have many Hawaii vow renewals planned to have children and family to join them. With Fall and Winter approaching, we tend to enjoy the small intimate Hawaii vow renewal ceremonies. These ceremonies are lovely and romantic, a family style as we gather together cozily with just the minister or couple of friend (called Ohana). Even with this simplicity, you get to take home a lot of beautiful professional pictures of memories of your Hawaii vow renewal. Life is too short, enjoy a simple second honeymoon with a simply renewal of vows like our lovey, sunny couple from Austin, Texas. Married just five years ago in February of 2012, we present Alyssa and Jonathan Lee. They are a happy couple who enjoy the sun and beach, they got married in Jamaica five years ago. A adventure seeking couple we instantly loved. They were dressed casually dressed for the summer time fun. Meeting our minister for the day, Reverend Michael Nelson, they walked hand in hand strolling happily near the waterline. Pictures were taken as they happily walked in the sand to arrive at Kahala Beach under the green palm trees. A Oasis where were call our beach altar. It if October 20, 2017 at noon Hawaii time. The Hawaii vow renewals with warm weather and beautifully romantic settings. These are some of Hawaii vow renewal features that Alyssa and Jon has not experienced 5 years ago: the blowing of the conch, the unity sand ceremony and the giving of the gift of Aloha (lei exchange). The most precious of all is the partaking of the most memorable vow renewals of Rev. Mike Nelson. We were so honored to celebrate this day with you. This gorgeous couple have been enjoying Oahu and staying at the historic Sheraton Moana, with the famous banyan tree in the courtyard. Congratulations and Mahalo to the new re-newed Jon and Alyssa.

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Hawaii vow renewal

Let’s do it again!  A memorable Hawaii vow renewal celebration with  the presence of their children. A family vacation to Hawaii high lighted by a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony. A beautiful plan after twenty years of happily being together. Their daughter and older son in their teens, very nice  and youngest son so cute.  Edrica and Lawrence Henry of Byron, Georgia chose to have their ceremony on the sands of Waialae Beach on October 11, 2016.  Limousine arrived with everyone beautifully dressed, guys in gray trousers, vest, white shirt with aqua ties. Daughter looked beautiful in a aqua dress. Beautiful Edrica radiated with happiness, very smartly dressed in a slim fitted chiffon gown.  Arrival and meeting their officiant Rev. Michael Nelson. Flower leis were presented by the parents to each of their children.  A beautiful but a breezy day, a sprinkle of Hawaiian dew in the air during the ceremony, sign of good luck.  The Hawaii vow renewal ceremony of Edrica and Lawrence was kicked off by everyone kicking off their gray slippers.  The warm sand felt good, toes in the sands of Hawaii. The sound of the conch!  Rev. Mike began with the promising of the oath to renew their vows and the unity Hawaiian sand ceremony.  The sand ceremony to continue the uniting and the mixing of their beautiful life together. Reciting their marriage vows once again, beautiful new rings and lei exchange.   Gifts of love were presented to each of their sons and daughter; new watches. A blessing by Rev. Mike and we present the Hawaii vow renewal happy couple, Edrica and Lawrence. Congratulations and Mahalo

 

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Hawaii vow renewals

A family affair combined with vacation planned with loved ones.  Hawaii vow renewals are so often a happy occasion with the whole family joining in. After twenty blissful years, Nancy and Chris Engdall decided to renew their vows on the beach of Hawaii.  Taking advantage of a affordable package, they chose  Hawaii vow renewals of simplicity.  On the first of June 2016, they arrived at Magic Island at Ala Moana Park with their twin daughters and couple of relatives. Chris in black tux and Nancy in ivory coolred dress looked great.  Their twin daughters are beautiful teenagers.  Hawaii vow renewals can be simple or lavish, but most choose a simple ceremony spending more on vacations. In this case, they bought a beautiful haku head lei for Mom Nancy which high lighted her dress. They bought their own flower leis to exchange, but invested in white leis for their daughters and the two love ones.  A beautiful late afternoon with Diamond Head in the background, with the Hawaiian sunset to happen in about an hour.  Their feelings of emotions and love were stronger then the original.  The vows were not the same a,s the original, they wrote their own. Beautiful heartfelt moments of love and gratitude. A match made in Heaven. Exchange of rings, blessings, leis of love exchanged. Floral leis of white for their twins, as well as their two love ones.  Rev. Michael Nelson presented a beautiful Hawaii vow renewals of ceremony.  Mahalo for having us on your precious 20th anniversary Hawaii vow renewal ceremony.

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Hawaiian vow renewal

It was like getting married again!  A beautiful Hawaiian vow renewal ceremony on September 6, 2015  was celebrated by Hiromi and Dywane Kelly from Torrance, California; A beautiful sun filled day at Waimanalo Beach Park, seemed serene compared to what is was the day before, which was Labor Day. For this Hawaiian vow renewal ceremony, they had hired a local vendor to have a simple altar for the ceremony. Arriving on a huge 14 passenger limousine to accommodate their loved ones, the beautiful couple Hiromi and Dewayne dressed in formal whites. It was like getting married once again in paradise.  Everyone else were beautifully dressed in shades of light pink and oranges. The Hawaiian floral haku head lei was presented to Hiromi by Dewayne. A perfect accent of color for their all in white Hawaiian vow renewal ceremony. Before the ceremony began, colorful petals were scattered on the sand to show a color of aisle way.  All of the loved ones were presented flower leis by the couple, a beautiful gesture by Hiromi and Dwayne. Rev. Michael Nelson helped to get the site ready for the Hawaiian vow renewal to begin. Hiromi stood afar with her father, as Dewayne stood with Rev. Mike surrounded by love ones on each side of the aisle way. The conch shell blowing is the indication of something precious is to happen. Rev. Mike presented a long and beautiful call of the shell. Hiromi escorted by her Dad, walked down the aisle and met Dewayne to accept Hiromi from her Dad.  A Hawaiian vow renewal ceremony of love was a beautiful  sight, so colorful on the sandy beach of Waimanalo.  Rev.Mike presented his vow renewal ceremony in both English and Japanese for the benefit of Hiromi’s family. A Hawaiian vow renewal and wedding ceremony always include some Hawaiian prayer and words. Renewal of vows began with the unity sand ceremony as a symbol of mixing of their lives and families together. Repeating their marriage vows once again, exchanging of rings, and the Hawaiian traditional exchange of leis  What a beautiful successful Hawaiian vow renewal ceremony.  The will always remember with the many beautiful photos to take home and share.  Much Aloha and Mahalo for sharing your special Hawaiian vow renewal day with us.  wedaloha.cot

 

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