Hawaii Theme Wedding Resources

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First Name Hawaiian Translations Popular Hawaiian Words & Phrases
Easy to Create Centerpiece, Guest Book Table, and Cake Decorating Suggestions for Hawaii Theme Celebration
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Real Tiger Shark Tooth Necklaces from Hawaii! Two sizes available!!
Real Tiger Shark Tooth Necklaces from Hawaii
(2 sizes available)
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Lifelike Silk Plumeria Blooms for Decorating
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Circle of Flowers Wedding Set with Silk Lifelike Plumeria from Hawaii
Circle of Flowers
Wedding Set
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The bamboo candle, silk Hawaiian ferns, silk plumeria blooms, and Hawaiian kissing couple are available in our online Island Gift Shop at www.alohafriendsshop.com

Hawaiian Style Candle Unity Ceremony Options

The Hawaiian Style Unity Ceremony adds a Hawaiian flare to the traditional unity candle tradition. The unity candle ceremony is done to symbolize the joining of the bride and groom or the joining of their families.  The Hawaiian style unity ceremony uses two separate basic candle sticks and one candle in a real coconut shell. The real coconut shell candle also makes a wonderful keepsake for the bride and groom. Below are a few examples of what the wedding officiate can for the unity ceremony:

Non-Denominational Unity Ceremony for Bride & Groom
Today, [Bride's Name] and [Groom's Name] you are making a commitment of your eternal Aloha for one another. As you each hold your candle the two distinct flames represent your lives to this moment; individual and unique. As you light the coconut shell or bamboo Unity candle together, your two flames join together as one and shine bright just as your lives are about to. May the brightness of the flame shine throughout your lives as well as give you courage and reassurance in your eternal Aloha for one another. We now extinguish the two separate flames as you are forever united as one in eternal Aloha. 

The bamboo candle, silk plumeria blooms, shell lei, and Hawaiian kissing couple are available in our online Island Gift Shop at www.alohafriendsshop.com

Non-Denominational Unity Ceremony for Parents to Join Their Families
[Bride's Name] and [Groom's Name] you come here today from two different families. From these two families a new family will be created today. At this time, I would invite the parents of [Bride's Name] and [Groom's Name]  to come forward and light one of the individual candles. The two individual flames representing each family. Now each will take their candle and simultaneously light the coconut shell or bamboo Unity candle symbolizing the uniting of the two families into one. As we extinguish the two individual candles the Unity candle shines bright like the two families who have been joined. May the brightness of the flame shine throughout your lives as well as give you courage and reassurance in your Aloha for one another.

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Beautiful Hawaiian fragrance candle in real coconut shells and bamboo.


Be sure to check out our additional tips and resources
for having a Hawaii theme wedding!



Easily create a
HAWAII THEME WEDDING
anywhere!

Tips and Suggestions Easily create a Hawaii Theme Wedding Anywhere!
Reception Decorating Suggestions Photographs of decorating suggestions to easily create Hawaii theme centerpieces, guest book tables, and wedding cakes.
Hawaii Wedding Planner Resource to assist in planning a Hawaii Theme Wedding.
Vow Suggestions   Hawaii Theme wedding vow suggestions.
Lei Exchange Ceremony Suggestions for adding a lei exchange ceremony to the wedding.
Candle Unity Ceremony Suggestions for adding a Hawaii theme candle unity ceremony.
Sand Unity Ceremony Suggestions for adding a Hawaii theme sand unity ceremony.
The Lords Prayer The Lords Prayer in Hawaiian.

 



IT'S EASY TO HOST A HAWAII THEME
LUAU CELEBRATION ANYWHERE!

Host a Luau Tips and suggestions to easily host a Hawaiian Luau anywhere!
Decorating Suggestions Photographs of decorating suggestions to easily create Hawaii theme centerpieces, guest book tables, and wedding cakes.
Hawaii Theme Christmas Party Ideas Games, recipes, and fun ideas for a Hawaii theme Christmas party.
Add some Aloha to your Thanksgiving gathering!Hawaii Theme Thanksgiving Dinner Full menu with recipes for creating a Hawaii theme Thanksgiving dinner.
Popular Luau Recipes Recipes to create the most popular luau appetizers, main dishes, sides, and beverages.
Imu Pit How to create and cook using a traditional underground Imu pit.
First Names Translations Resource of first name phonetic translations into Hawaiian.
Words & Phases Popular words and phrase translated into Hawaiian.
Game Ideas Fun Hawaii theme game ideas.
Hawaiian Radio Listen to Hawaiian radio stations online.

 


ADDITIONAL HAWAII RELATED RESOURCES

Hawaii FAQ Answers to frequently asked questions about Hawaii.
Sharks Information on sharks found around the Hawaiian Islands.
Hawaii Research Resources for students and anyone else doing research about Hawaii.
Move to Hawaii Resources for anyone considering moving to Hawaii.
Hawaii Travel Tips Tips for anyone planning a visit to the Hawaiian Islands.
Hula Moves Learn how to dance the hula.
Grow Pineapple Pineapple growing tips and fun facts.
Make a Flower Lei Instructions on how to make a flower lei.
Play a Ukulele Learn how to play a ukulele.
Virtual Hawaii Hawaii photo gallery with photos taken around the Hawaiian Islands.
About Us More about who A Friend in the Islands is.

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