Apr 25

Magical Day (Click to Read More . . .)

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Edited: Apr 25

We never expected to use these words after our wedding. The only expectation we had was for it to go smoothly. The experience far exceeded the wedding itself and us. The love, positive energy and vibe we all shared with every single person who were able to attend and for those who sincerely wanted to be there but couldn’t and all that made this day happen...we are truly grateful.

The miraculous happenings — I’m not sure will be believed by others.

My brother said it perfectly...”Experiences can be bought but this one with all that happened and love we all shared can’t be bought.”

Magical Miracles Spiritual Enlightening Mystical Serendipitous Blessings Breathtaking

Instead of a guest book, naturally as a golfer I wanted everyone to sign a golf hat that we will cherish forever. So many people and the Hawaiian Gods and Goddesses to thank.

It may take a year to express our gratitude and you may see many wedding photos or stories throughout the year but if it annoys you, just know it’s not for you and just a scroll of your finger away.

Please understand a thank you card alone just doesn’t do it justice. So we will take our time. It’s truly for those we love and love us.

A fairytale wedding do exist in real life. I believe. We believe.

 

Looks like a beautiful wedding. Much luck and happiness.

Apr 27

Thank you, Patrick! It still feels like a dream in the way it happened. So grateful for your thoughtful message.

Apr 27

You are so beautiful inside and out! Mahalo for your breathtaking words.

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