A milestone anniversary celebrated with a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony, together with their two young sons. Ten years ago on April 16, 2008, Natalie and Michael were married in a chapel in Tasmania. Fond memories of that day were a reminder of their loving journey together as one heart, and in those ten years, two more hearts added. This happy and refined couple are so very close to their two red headed sons that this Hawaii vow renewal ceremony was not only for the parents, but also a Hawaii vow renewal for the children as a family. On April 16, 2018 on the shores of Waialae-Kahala Beach, Natalie and Michael stood with their sons, relaxed in Hawaiian Ohana (family) style. They were dressed casually but very stylish perfect for Hawaii weddings and Hawaii vow renewals.
A beautiful sunny morning, with gentle waves washing up on the sandy beach, we hear the sound of the conch blown by Reverend Nelson. Our ceremony of love and commitment begins with a Hawaiian sand ceremony to continue their mixing of lives forward. The beauty of writing their own renewal vows to each other was heartwarming. The most beautiful part was the surprise “Our Hawaii vow renewal to our sons”. Michael and Natalie wrote special vows to their sons. Each son were given vows separately and awarded the gift of love which is a flower lei. Hugs and kisses followed as well as a Hawaiian lei exchange for Natalie and Michael. What a beautiful and memorable day it was for this wonderful family from Australia. A Hawaii vow renewal will be followed by journey together to Las Vegas, Orlando, San Francisco and Los Angeles before returning to Australia. Mahalo from wedaloha.