Sifa, the groom, was 16 years old when he wrote a poem about Marriage.
Marriage is a promise, an oath to each others souls, To love and cherish for whom they are as a whole.
A commitment to stay equal and truthful, And humbly guide each other through strife and struggles.
Marriage must remain true, untainted and pure, Strong as God’s might that temptation cannot lure.
From the slightest of ripples to the greatest of quakes. A marriage cannot be moved, budged or shaken.
Marriage is as bright as a star and calm as the moon, And it’s fragrance is as wondrous as Heaven’s perfume.
It’s touch is that of an angel born into this world..And it’s cry for attention of a baby boy or girl.
Marriage must be with the one, the one your heart chooses..The one who soothes your soul and won’t misuse or abuse it.
Soul mates for life, until the end of life’s journey
Soul mates until the end….the end of all eternity.
Ten years later he watched his soul mate walk across a Ngatu– the Tongan tapa cloth made by his aunt, to stand beside him forever. His sister read his poem as he held Danielle’s hand. They exchanged handwritten vows and listened to Danielle’s Uncle say the words that they already held in their hearts… commitment, love, cherish… words that had been written by 16 year old.
Danielle and Sifa did a First Look before their wedding ensuring that there was plenty of time for pictures!
The Amazing Venue: Green Mountain Ranch
The Beautiful Flowers: Zakia Rad of Exotica Designs
The DJ that kept us partying!- Dave Greenwood of DiJital Engagement
Linens- Raquel’s Linens and DoubleTee by Hilton
The Food! – Tommy’s Burgers. Mmmmm
Cake and Cupcakes- The Bride’s Aunt: Mary Titus
Officiant: The Bride’s Uncle: William Titus
The Incredible Wedding Coordinator that kept the wedding stress free, on time and memorable: Crystal’s Elegant Affairs.