Lets make Hawaii vow renewals fun , creative & exciting

Saying Your “I dos” Again ? maybe its 5 , 10, 15 or even 25 years or marriage ?
Ok here are some : Beachy, Inventive & Creative Wedding Vow Renewal Ideas

Stephanie and Rapheal's 10 year vow renewal on 7/7/2017 where they married in
Hawaii their two children are throwing up dark pink plumeria

The daughter watches mom and dad have fun with beachy vow renewal photos

Blue star of love photo 25 year marriage ceremony in Hawaii

the parents express their love for the daughters as part of the Hawaii bech vow renewal ceremony

photo shoot after anniversary of 8 years on the beach of Hawaii @ Makapuu

Saying Your “I dos” Again?
Some Fun, Quirky & Creative HAwaii
Wedding Vow Renewal Ideas

Are you planning to say your “I dos” again? If yes, don’t you want it to be as fun and as stress-free as possible? When you first did this whole marriage thing, you might have been alittle stress with all the pressure surrounding a large cermeony because you wanted everything to be perfect – up to the minute details.
Now that you and your spouse have been together for a many years lets just say a long time, you’d want your second shot at uttering your vows to be just plain fun and relaxing.
It can even be inventive & creative – you just need the right mind set in planning the event.

Next, what are some of the most fun, inventive, and creative wedding vow renewal ideas that you can borrow?
Check out this list:
• Write wedding vows a only you know jokes to your lover.
For this, your goal is to make your spouse and the guests laugh at the funny way you delivered your vows . If it’s your second marriage, for example, say something like “I promise to be your last and only one or i will hurt you badly !! ha ha ha ha ”

If you’re a husband who is a sports fan, you can include in your vow a line that says you would love, honor, and cherish your partner – even during the offseason. If you’re a wife who loves pop culture, you can include references of your favorite movies in your wedding vows.

Here are a couple more ideas from sites like

For the shopaholic wife:
I, (name), take you (name), to be my (wife/husband), to have and to hold from this day forward, for better or for worse, for richer, for poorer, for even poorer when I've been shopping a lot, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish; from this day forward until death do us part.

For the husband who’s a Jets fan:
I (Name), take you (Name), to be my beloved wife. I promise to love you and be your faithful partner, for better for worse, for richer, for poorer, when the Jets are winning, and when they are losing, in sickness, and in health, and in Jets-induced sickness.

Be creative in writing your own renewal wedding vows – the more personalized, the better!

• Have a theme for your wedding vow renewal ceremony. If you’re planning a destination wedding, use the occasion to bring lots of love and laughter to the people who are closest to you. Let’s say that you are a corporate power couple and you want to give your guests a huge laugh during your vow renewal ceremony. You can have an office-themed reception, and maybe have pieces of paper with a ‘Mission Statement’ decorate the venue.

If you’re a fan of The Lord of the Rings series, have mock fellowship rings as a souvenir during the reception. You can even go all-out and have the guests attend the reception in costume – depending on the theme that you have.

• Assign a person who played an important part in your marriage as the officiant – and get the kids involved.
Wedding vow renewal ceremonies are a lot less formal than actual weddings. This means that you can have the ceremony led by someone who is dear to you as a married couple – it can be someone you’ve both been friends with for years, a friend who you haven’t seen for a long time, or someone who has always been close to the family since day one. Don’t forget to get the kids involved – that’s one of the things that make wedding renewal ceremonies fun. Children, grandkids, nephews, nieces – make sure that the young ones are there to witness your wedding vow renewal ceremony.

You should also have fun in planning the outfit for the bride and groom. Since this is a vow renewal ceremony, you don’t have to stick with the white wedding dress theme – especially if it’s a beach wedding. Plan your bride and groom outfit based on the theme, or even whatever you feel like wearing – and coordinate it with what the rest of the bridal entourage are wearing.

Most of all, don’t forget to just relax and have fun during your wedding vow renewal ceremony. After all, you are celebrating your love for each other so it should be the merriest of all occasions.

Excited to see her mom have her 10 year wedding anniversary in Hawaii with redoing her vows

Flower girl tossing dark pink plumerias at her moms 10 year wedding anniversary on the beach @ baby Makapuu

Who says vow renewals have to be regular style , this family had alot of fun dressing up in Hawaii flower leis hula skirt haku traditional head leis and even coconut top

Rev Kimo talking to the family about the unity of sand during a renewal of spirit , vow and love on the island of Oahu

The kids try their skills at dancing the hula at their parent 15 year vow renewal

The father with his boys on the beach at Waimanalo at their vow renewal in Hawaii

Teri Corbett & Dennis Felts 10 year vow renewal as the minister motions about the meaning of the unity sand ceremony
Our couples 25 year wedding anniversary in the forest by a waterfall in Hawaii

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