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.
Our weddings in Hawaii offer three beach wedding locations on the island of Oahu. Although we do not favor any specific site, our choice of the Hawaii weddings this week is beautiful Waimanalo Bay Beach on the windward side of Oahu. It is about a 30-45 minutes drive from Waikiki. A friendly, little town of Waimanalo welcomes you to a beautiful, magical beach, the locals call, Sherwoods. One of the best, serene and romantic. beaches to enjoy your Hawaii weddings or Hawaii vow renewals. To enjoy the serenity, we do wedding ceremonies here on weekdays only. Gorgeous turquoise blue waters, miles of soft, and warm white sands in your toes. a panorama view of the ocean with the Mokulua islands in the distance.
At times it might get a bit breezy, with North/East tradewinds. Quiet Waimanalo is prefered to busy Kailua or Lanikai beach. Waimanalo Bay Beach was chosen by Aisa and Javaughn for their romantic Hawaii wedding on October 18, 2017. They chose our popular and affordable Plumeria wedding package. The bride and groom arrived together with their Mom and a couple of other loved ones. They are a beautiful and happy couple beaming with happiness. Aisa looked gorgeous in a stylish wedding gown highlighted by a colorful floral Haku head lei. Javaughn looked cool in a casual all white outfit. Everyone of their loved ones wore white. With the arrival and Aloha of Reverend Mike Nelson, the celebration begins. With warm soft white sand between their toes, we welcome everyone to the Hawaii wedding ceremony of Aisa Yvette and Javaughn this beautiful day at Waimanalo Bay Beach. We begin with the blowing of the conch, which indicates that something important is about to happen. The greatest meaning of the word Aloha is love, which leads to the commitment called marriage.
Participating in a unity sand ceremony, they begin the mixing of their lives. The intimate wedding vows, the blessings and ring exchange were beautiful. They have the happiest smiles we have ever seen. All ceremonies of Hawaii weddings and Hawaii vow renewals end with the traditional giving of the lei, as a gift of Aloha. A Mr. an Mrs sign appears as Reverend Mike presents the new Javaughn and Aisa. Congratulations and Mahalo for choosing A wedding in Hawaii.
Beautiful Hawaii weddings, with stories of friendships that began online which developed into love and romance without even meeting in person. In today’s busy world, meeting the right person is difficult. In yesteryear there was something called “pen-pal clubs” which worked like today’s internet. Online technology enables us connection with many professionals and more people. Is it possible to fall in love with a person you have not met?
The success love of story of Sweet and Jason, has brought excitement and happiness with the planning of a Wedding in Hawaii. Sweet who is from the Philippines connected on line with Jason who lives and work in busy San Francisco. Getting to know each was so easy. Friendship developed, it seems they had a lot of things in common as well as similar interests. Eventually, a friendship of comfortable feeling and affection of ” We can talk to each other forever. led to falling in love. Dating on line was brought so much joy for them, being so far away from each other. A romantic plan began to develop, Jason proposed and she agreed to reside with him in San Francisco, California. Deciding to get married in Hawaii was perfect, being the mid point. Contacting a Hawaii wedding planner for romantic Hawaii weddings brought them to us to help make their special day. Date was set for October 17, 2017 (10/17/17) at Kahala Beach.
In the mean time, Jason traveled to meet Sweet and family in the Philippines, a exciting and happy times together. A Hawaii wedding ceremony to become husband and wife was nearly here, a dream come true for Jason and Sweet.
A beautiful Tuesday afternoon in Hawaii, the beautiful and sweet bride, dressed in a stylish white wedding gown with veil arrived with the handsome, tall Jason in black trousers and white long sleeve shirt. A special surprise gift of beautiful leis for the couple was sent by their Mom. A beautiful bouquet of brilliant pink roses and white hydrangea highlighted her pure white gown. Their minister, Rev. Michael Nelson brought his sunshine of Aloha. A green grass Oasis spot was their wedding altar. The blowing of the conch, the commitment of marriage and the Hawaiian unity sand ceremony began this intimate Hawaii wedding ceremony. The emotions with tears of happiness as they said their Vows and exchanged rings, gifts of eternal love. Finally, beautiful white double orchid leis were entwined around their hands, giving a blessing to their marriage. The offering of the gift of Aloha (leis) and kisses on each cheek. The new Jason and Sweet, congratulations and Mahalo for having us. Dreams come true with many pictures as memories. Sweet and Jason will be flying home to San Francisco, the new home for Sweet after their Hawaiian honeymoon. A dream come true and it began as a internet romance.
Their dreams of a Hawaiian adventure trip, planning of romantic Hawaii weddings began in November of 2016 upon their engagement announcement. Shauntinqua and Daven of Anaheim, California, chose the date, October 11, 2017 (10/11/17). We congratulate and thank Daven for calling us for advise on Hawaii wedding planning. What beach wedding location to choose? What is the best day of the week? Choosing a weekday at any beach location in a wise one, a no brainer, a serene atmosphere with few people around. Waialae Beach or also known as Kahala Beach was chosen as their wedding site. A beautiful tropical natural beauty, only fifteen minutes from Waikiki. Shaun and Daven chose our Plumeria Plus package, which includes a luxury limousine ride from their hotel (Queen Kapiolani) to the park and back with champagne.
Only in Hawaii, as they say, this happy couple, a little lost, accidentally met and was befriended by a wonderful Lyft driver at the airport. The Aloha spirit and Ohana began. This wonderful family helped them,” just because”, took them to the hotel, the marriage license place and even grocery shopping the next day. Daven and Shaun invited the whole family, wife, husband and daughter to the wedding to be their witnesses. Aloha, Ohana and Hawaii weddings, what a wonderful wedding story they will be able to tell their children someday.
The wedding of Shauntinqua and Daven, limousine arrives and we present the beautiful bride in her golden champagne gown with white lace designs. Here comes the groom with such a wide happy smile, looking cool in Khaki and white shirt. So smart in choosing slaps to walk in the sand. Met with Aloha by the Reverend Michael Nelson. Joyfully joined by their recently met friends there were so much Aloha. A beautiful day, low tide, a green garden like area for the altar, with the sound of the ocean in the background. A memorable Hawaii wedding ceremony with their new family representing their family at home. The blowing of the conch shell, the unity sand ceremony, and the leis, a gift of Aloha are all part of a Hawaiian wedding ceremony. Most important and heartfelt moments were their very own vows to each other. As they were pronounced the new Daven and Shauntinqua, they were laden with leis of love from their friends. Certificates were signed, many photo images will be enjoyed for years to come. Congratulations and Mahalo for having us. A wonderful beautiful couple. The finale to their Hawaii wedding, a quick picture with their limo, escape with a champagne offer to their hotel. Tonight, celebration at Duke’s in Waikiki. Mahalo and Aloha.