Hawaii vow renewals are in great demand all year round. However, the most popular months are June, July, and August. All Hawaii wedding planners offer both Hawaii weddings and Hawaii vow renewals. Vow renewals are celebration of marriage, or as they say “I would do it all over again”. It is a ceremony of married couples to renew or reaffirm their wedding vows. Historically, popularity of vow renewals began in Italy and became popular in the U. S. in the 1970’s. In Hawaii, Hawaii weddings or destination weddings gained popularity in the last 25 years. Hawaii vow renewals followed and at the present time, in the height of enjoyment, many include their children and family members in the celebration.. Most couples plan a Hawaii vow renewal “just because they love each other, to celebrate love, trust, partnership, and appreciation.” Others have a vow renewal ceremony to repair a broken relationship. Then there are also a celebrations of love, a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony after a severe illness of one partner.
Life is short, love is the greatest meaning of Aloha. This is what Karl and Brittney did on October 19, 2017, they enjoyed a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony, and spread the Aloha with their parents and best friends. They were married 5 years ago this day, eloping to Las Vegas. Life was beautiful, until Brittney got seriously ill. Doctors, hospitals, and stress, but they became closer in heart and soul as partners. Karl planned this event, contacting us to plan a vow renewal at Magic Island at Ala Moana Beach Park. It was a secret we help keep. Enjoying a vacation trip to Hawaii Brittney looked beautifully tanned. Her outfit and his outfit were matched in color of tan and dark brown. The meeting of Reverend Mike Nelson, their officiant, who always spread the Aloha. Karl decided on a Hawaii vow renewal package with a twist. Double white orchid leis for his bride and Mom, boutonnieres for the guys and shell leis for others. Bridal bouquet was hand made with tropical flowers (at the last minute), flowers from Walmart. Creative thinking outside the box.
A beautiful tradewind day in Hawaii as Reverend Mike began the ceremony with the blowing of the conch. A very memorable and emotional ceremony with tears of joy. As they spoke their own words of vows, memories of the wedding 5 years ago brought smiles along with tears. Leis were presented as a gift of Aloha as the couple was pronounced as the new renewed Karl and Brittney. The beautiful memories were preserved of this special day by images created in photography. Congratulations and Mahalo for sharing your happiness with us.