One of the pages in my wedding scrapbook I'd forgotten I'd already finished!
Journaling at the bottom (which came from information I found online) reads:
At the beginning of the ceremony Mark and I gave each other leis. According to Hawaiian tradition, to wear one is a mark of rank, once of great importance. Back in the days of the Hawaiian monarchy, kukui nut leis were only worn by royalty. Today, couples who are married sometimes wear them to celebrate the love and respect shared for each other.
The quote on the side came from our ceremony:
KA MALAMALAMA O KE AKUA E HO’OPUNI MAI IA KAKOU. KE ALOHA O KE AKUA E KIPUNI MAI IA KAKOU. KA MANA O KE AKUA E HO’OPAKELE MAI IA KAKOU. KE ALO O KE AKUA E MALAMA MAI IA KAKOU. MA KAHI A KAKOU E HELE AKUA IA HE AKUA NO. AMENE.
The light of God surrounds us. The love of God enfolds us. The power of God protects us. The presence of God watches over us. Wherever we are, God is. Amen