Hawaiian Wedding Ceremony in Maui:
Opening with Hawaiian Chant and special Hawaiian ring blessing
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Onaona i ka hala, E ka lehua, E hale lehua oia na ka noe O ka'u no ia, e ano'i nei, Ea li'a nei, ho'i o ka hiki mai, A hiki mai no ou kou, a hiki pu no me ke aloha Aloha e Aloha e
The "Oli Aloha" is a chant, which offers a word of greetings. It says, in part, " that, this is the sight for which you have longed. Now that you have come, love has come with you.
There was a seeking of a loved one, now she is found. A mate is found. Someone to share the chills of winter with and the warmth of summer. Love has made a plea that you are to become united here in Hawaii, Hawaii is a perch, a perch in the Heavens. You two are now to become one. For the Day is here at last! You are to be wedded.
Aloha and E komo mai
At this time I would like to have you present to each other these leis.
We gather here today to celebrate and dedicate the joy and deep meaning0 of the union of ---------------and -------------- in this sacred commitment. The essence of this covenant is the acceptance of each other as Lover, Companion and Friend. It is therefore a decision which is not entered into lightly, but rather undertaken with great consideration and respect for ourselves and each other.
We give thanks for the coming together of --------------- and ----------------- for the many blessings they enjoy and for their happiness. We know that as we reach out to another being as we pledge ourselves to give and share that we allow ourselves to accept more of the gifts of life. We invoke the Spirit of Our Heavenly Creator to join us as we commence this ceremony. this bonding of ------------------and ----------------- and we open our hearts, minds and spirits to that of our Creator. We focus our thoughts and unite all those present, and all those loved ones (friends and family) who could not be with us today, but are in our thoughts in this union of love. Amen
(The Vows - contemporary)
AND NOW WILL YOU PLEASE FACE EACH OTHER AND JOIN HANDS.
Please repeat after me:
I,----------------- receive you, ----------------- as my partner and love Beside me and apart from me, in laughter and in tears,
You have vowed your love to each other. Are you now ready to confirm that love in the responsibilities of marriage?
Hawaiian Ring blessing (beach weddings only) Rings are placed in a Hawaiian Koa Wood bowl, bride holds the bowl while the groom holds a conch shell filled with ocean water. Minister blesses rings dipping a ti leaf in the salt water...
Your rings by their very shape are symbols of eternal unity Without beginning or end. They are the emblem of the love that exists between you and characterize your devotion to one another. Let them always remind you of the commitments you make today.
(Each person places the ring on the other’s fourth finger on the left hand)
----------------, with this ring I promise to grow with you to build our love, to speak openly and honestly to listen to you, and to love and cherish you for all the days ahead From this day forward you shall not walk alone My heart will be your shelter and my arms will be your home.
Final benediction and pronouncement:
I would now like to end this celebration with this very special blessing (taken from an Apache Indian Wedding benediction:
Now you will feel no rain, For each of you will be shelter for the other. Now you will feel no cold, For each of you will be warmth for the other. Now there is no loneliness for you, Now you are two persons but there is only one life before you. Go now to your dwelling place to enter into the days of your togetherness and may your days be good and long together.
And now by the power vested in me by the state it is my honor and privilege to pronounce you ( husband and husband, wife and wife, life-time parters, married, etc) and you may seal this covenant with a kiss.