A beautiful gesture by her husband for a surprise Hawaii vow renewal ceremony brought laughter and tears of emotion from Stephanie. Mike and Stephanie Mizell decided to celebrate their 12th wedding anniversary with a honeymoon trip to Hawaii. The tricky part was Mike wanted this vow renewal to be a surprise for his wife. We helped him to the very end for it to be a happy and successful plan. After choosing a date for the ceremony, choosing of a Hawaii wedding location for him was easy. We use Hawaii wedding locations for vow renewals also, we offer just three locations which are all on the island of Oahu. Waialae Beach (aka Kahala Beach), Magic Island, and Waimanalo Bay Beach. They are all beautiful, perfect for weddings on the beach, with wonderful opportunities for photographs. For Mike, he felt Waimanalo Bay beach was the one with beautiful sandy beach and sparkling turquoise ocean.
When they arrived on June 12, 2018 at the location, on the pretense of having a photo shoot, Mike had already surprised Stephanie with a beautiful orchid haku head lei and a bouquet of orchid spray. So many surprises, even added gorgeous new rings to exchange. A total success on the surprise part of their Hawaii vow renewal date. Arriving at the sandy beach, Reverend Michael strolled casually introducing himself to the couple and announced “Congratulations, I will be doing your Hawaii vow renewal ceremony today”; Surprised Stephanie laughed with happiness looking at Mike. It was funny but romantic. A beautiful ceremony delivered by Reverend Michael. Beautiful pictures, beautiful memories to cherish forever. With Mike, you know he had another secret coming up under his sleeves that day. Mahalo for the fun day you shared with us.
After twenty-five years of marital bliss, Chris and Marisa decided to say “I will” once again. A trip to Hawaii with their four children and all their loved ones was exciting, especially for Chris, unlike Marisa who have been to Hawaii many times. Chris was totally involved with the planning of their Hawaii vow renewal. He got the whole gang of 26 people to Waimanalo Bay Beach on time for the ceremony on May 30, 2018. The beautiful gown for Marisa, silver and gray was specially sewn by her Mom. The color for the ceremony was silver and black, dark navy blue and white. Their two daughters were beautiful in navy blue, the sons wore khaki trousers and white shirt like Chris. They were all involved in the ceremony. T-leaf leis were given to the groom and guys. Many wore woven ribbon leis with colors of green, black, silver, and dark blue. A beautiful vow renewal ceremony by Reverend Mike Nelson. Chris’s beautiful words to Marisa “Today I feel young again. You make me whole”. Congratulations to the new renewed Marisa and Chris.
A free spirit couple from Poland traveling through out the United States stopped in Hawaii to have a Hawaii wedding ceremony. Jakub and Natalia booked their wedding plans in Hawaii as they traveled through out the U. S. choosing May 4, 2018 as their special date. Natalia loves the beautiful white sandy beaches and the blue/green ocean with little surrounding islands in between. They chose to have their most important day of their lives to get married at Waimanalo Bay Beach. The happy couple looked like a prince and his beautiful princess bride.
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A haku head lei of brilliant hot pink flowers with yellow and green completing the lei, a look of a blonde Hawaiian princess dressed in a fashionable dress. He looked great in walking shorts with white shirt and a fragrant green maile lei. He also added a fashionable hat. Reverend Mike’s Hawaiian ceremony and words will always be a memory cherished as they travel further into their venture as husband and wife. Beautiful photos and mementos as Natalia and Jakub said “I do take thee”. Jakub carried his bride and swirled her around. A perfect beginning to their life together. They will visit San Francisco, Las Vega, Tampa & Cleveland before Jakub heads for a conference in New Orleans. Congratulations and Mahalo.
The market for our Hawaii weddings of couples from the Orient are limited due to Hawaii’s domination by companies from Japan, China and South Korea doing Hawaii wedding planning. However, we do have a few couples wishing to experience a Hawaiian wedding ceremony. Although they legally get married in a traditional wedding ceremony in their respective country, the joy and memories of having American Hawaii weddings are a lifetime experience. Some couples request a translator but most prefer the true Hawaii wedding ceremony enjoyed by Westerners.
Our ministers can do ceremonies in Japanese. Our very sweet couple from South Korea, Minyung and Juhwan enjoyed a beautiful wedding ceremony on May 15, 2018 on the shores of Kahala Beach. Such a sweet couple strolling hand in hand in the sand with so much love for each other. In Hawaiian, I love you is Aloha Au la ‘Oe, in Korean it is Salang hae. Love is universal. A Hawaii beach wedding for Minyoung with beautiful harp music during the ceremony was a dream that became a reality on May 15 with Reverend Mike Nelson’s beautiful Hawaiian wedding ceremony.
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Blowing of the conch shell began their journey. They walked in with the Hawaiian wedding song playing on the harp. With the beautiful sound of harp playing softly in the background, their Hawaii wedding ceremony began with their commitment to marriage, the Hawaiian sand ceremony, the blessing of the rings and Vows of “I do”. Finally the traditional Hawaii wedding floral lei exchange with kisses on each cheek and words of love. Beautiful harp music to congratulate the happy new Juhwan and Minyoung. Memories of their dream Hawaii wedding with lots of pictures to share as they return home for their Korean wedding. Mahalo for sharing your sweetness and dream with us. Aloha.
On May 3, 2018, a life time of memories for the Hawaii wedding of Linda and Austin of Illinois. Linda used our wedding planning service and were delighted with the no stress beautiful wedding ceremony. She chose the peninsula of Waialae Beach near the Kahala hotel, next to the ocean and the beautiful panoramic view of Koko head. From the selection of our Hawaii wedding packages, she chose the Paradise package and added harp music, extra limousine service for her guests and extra leis of different types like maile and pikake. Beautiful Linda arrived via limousine. Her loving Mom stylishly dressed and her Dad in formal military uniform ready to give away their daughter to Austin.
Austin arrived early dressed in blue wearing a maile pikake lei, waited with Reverend Mike and his best man at the altar. Our camera crew prepared to capture the memories of this special day. The sound of the conch, Mom proceeds round the corner holding two yellow plumeria leis, the beautiful sound of the harp playing the Hawaiian wedding song. Here comes the bride holding a beautiful white bouquet, escorted by her father. Austin sees his beautiful bride for the first time that day.
A happy couple smiling and laughing were supported by many of their loved ones smiling along with them. A memorable Hawaii wedding ceremony they will forever cherish. A wonderful thing happened as they became husband and wife, exchanging plumeria leis as a gift of Aloha. Everyone gasped with surprise as a school of small fishes went leaping out of the water, three times making a half circle around the peninsula. We considered it a good omen for the new Austin and Linda. A Hawaii wedding beautifully captured for a lifetime of memories. Linda’s Mom ended up the winner of the bouquet toss. Thoughts of Hawaii weddings, Mom. Congratulations and Mahalo to Linda and Austin.
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.
So much love, they started hugging and kissing as they stepped out of their limousine. She cried throughout their Hawaii wedding ceremony, he kept his cool until he said “I DO”, then they both cried with happiness. The Hawaii wedding of Jennifer S. and Charles O. was beautiful and memorable. Memories were captured with many photographs and video coverage. They even live streamed their Hawaiian ceremony to loved ones at home in Yucca Valley. Waimanalo Bay Beach on April 12, 2018 was beautiful, the bride and groom were so impressed with the the panoramic view.
This couple chose our Hawaii wedding package with many wedding ceremony goodies, starting the day with hair and makeup in their hotel room for Jennifer and a long limousine ride from Waikiki to the windward side, Waimanalo, Oahu. Dressed in formal wedding attire, they were greeted by Reverend Michael, with guitar music in the air and camera crews in action. A cascade bouquet of pink and white roses, with cascades of white orchids highlighted her attire. We let our couples choose whether they desire to have a processional or not for their Hawaii wedding ceremony. Jen and Charles chose to walk in together down the white sandy aisle. Our minister blew his conch shell then guitar music with the song requested by the couple, John Legends “All About Me” beautifully sung by our singer.
Jennifer and Charles begin their journey to become one in heart and life. Beginning their lives together with the Hawaiian unity sand ceremony to combine their lives of yesteryears and their future. Smiling and crying Jennifer, tears did not stop until the very end of their ceremony. This Hawaii wedding ceremony with beautiful vows and ring exchange concluding with the flower lei ceremony, will be forever treasured by the new Charles ad Jennifer. They enjoyed their photo and video shoot on the beautiful Hawaiian beach, as well as the wooded area of Sherwood Forest. Holding their treasured decorative certificate of marriage, they prepared to enjoy the limousine ride,, sipping champagne along the eastern coast of Oahu. A happy couple with a Hawaii wedding of their dreams, with memories to last forever. Mahalo for sharing your happy day with us.
A once in a lifetime travel “journey of love” which included a wedding in Hawaii, for a beautiful couple from Deutschland, Germany. Kerstin W. and David B. took time off from their jobs to enjoy a six months travel journey. Highlight of the travel was getting married in a Hawaii wedding ceremony. Beginning their life together as fiances, traveling and exploring Asia going to Hong Kong, Thailand, singapore, etc. When they left Germany it was a cold December winter, when they return in June, it will be Spring and beginning of warm summer.
Continuing on forward to Australia and New Zealand after Asian countries until March. Finally, their dream of a Hawaii wedding ceremony. They have been enjoying the warmth and the beauty of Oahu and its people. On April 6, 2018, at Ala moana Beach Park, beautiful Magic Island with historic, beautiful green Diamond Head looming in the background, Kerstin and David became husband and wife. A wedding in Hawaii with the warm blue ocean and beautiful white waves, Diamond head in the background, the new bride and groom smiled for the perfect bridal portrait. They will now journey forward as a married couple to honeymoon in Kauai and Maui.
Leaving behind and taking the memories of their Hawaii wedding to travels into Mexico, Ecuador and South American. Returning home in June to Germany and warm weather. Congratulations to the new David and Kerstin B. A simple Hawaii wedding with beautiful memories captured on photo images.
Whether it be your wedding anniversary or not, a Hawaii vow renewal ceremony becomes a very special “I do” again celebration. Many beautiful memories are created at Hawaii vow renewals, memories of their original ceremony mingles with the vow renewal. A small simple affordable Hawaii vow renewal package becomes a heartfelt celebration, especially with the children involved in the ceremony. The feelings of love and togetherness felt is priceless. You receive so much for so little. Celebrating their 10th anniversary at Disney Aulani were Kelly Ann and Robert, with their two little daughters and uncle. On April 3, 2018, a bright Hawaiian day at Kahala Beach, they gathered dressed in Aloha wear.
A red and white rose french bouquet for Kelly. The pretty bouquet was the star between the two daughters. Reverend Mike’s personal vow renewal ceremony was so very different from their Catholic church wedding of 10 years ago. Memories of that special day were ever present in Kelly and Robert, as they lovingly looked at their two daughters. The blowing of the conch, the unity sand ceremony, the blessing, the rings and the gifting of the orchid leis, all a new experience for this couple from New Jersey.
Highlighting the ceremony was the very special moments with each daughter, expressing words of love. Tears of emotion, and a group hug. We present the newly renewed Robert and Kelly Ann. Congratulations and Mahalo for choosing Hawaii for your vow renewal. “It was amazing. We were grateful and blessed especially having our girls there”, said Kelly Ann.
Here come all of the bridal couple’s loved ones, wearing hats for the beautiful wedding of Jeanette and Donald, and every loved one received a white orchid lei from the couple. The date they will forever remember, March 29, 2018, place of wedding was the beautiful white sandy beach of Waimanalo Bay Beach. Wearing hats at Hawaii weddings on the beach sometimes might not work because of the wind, but this was a beautiful Hawaiian day with calm wind. Beautiful Jeanette in a stylish white gown, the soles of her shoes were imprinted with “I do”. She carried a cascade bouquet with shades of pink and white roses and sprays of white orchids. Donald looked great in black and white casuals with a hat. The happy wedding entourage wore colors of pink and red printed dresses, black pants and pink shirts for the guys.
The limousine with the bridal party arrived greeted by a singing duet playing the guitar and ukulele. Aloha greetings by our crew of planners, minister, photographer and videographer. For their Hawaii wedding, they chose the Hawaii Wedding Package that provided everything they had wanted. Our Hawaii package provided our expertise, location, the minister, limousine, music, video, bouquet, unity sand ceremony, leis, conch shell blowing and decorative wedding certificate.
Beautiful memories of the Hawaii wedding ceremony of Jeanette and Donald were captured by our professional photo/video crew. In many cases the video will be shown at a reception back home. Reverend Michael Nelson blows the conch, followed by singing of the Hawaiian wedding song with guitar and ukulele as Jeanette and Donald stroll out of Sherwood forest, down the white sandy beach to meet Reverend Mike. As the song ends with “I do, I do love you with all my heart” Reverend extends welcome and congratulations to the couple upon making this commitment called marriage. Emotion of love to share today is like the tide of the sea. Your deep heartfelt commitment to marriage to create goodness in the world together. “Yes, I do” from Jeanette and Donald. The unity sand ceremony at Hawaii weddings on the beach is like the unity candle ceremony.
Pouring of sand into one container to combine their lives together, hereafter. Hawaii wedding vows of “I take you to be my beloved wife/husband” then followed by the ring exchange. As they each wear these rings, it reminds them of this special day in Hawaii. Finally the heartfelt .words to each other with the Hawaii lei exchange tradition. Donald tossed his hat aside before the lei exchange. Ukulele/guitar music and romantic song of love by the musical duo dedicated to the new Donald and Jeanette. Signing of the marriage certificate and many photos and video followed. Carrying of the bride into the ocean, (not quite) just to the white waves washing up on the beach. What a memorable Hawaii wedding for the new Donald and Jeanette. Congratulations and Mahalo.