\"The pouring of our sands the Uniting of our lives"
two individuals into one is symbolized by the
pouring of multicolored Hawaiian sand.
inseparable we are like the grains of sand
the individual is emptied
into the sea of love and
no longer be separate but
will be for ever and always entwined as one
two distinct personality
of the ceremony site is sometimes added
after for remembrance of the beach wedding location.
The sands once poured together during your Hawaii beach wedding can never be separated
and poured back into the original containers, just like your love now united into one
|BRIDE and GROOM may your love always be as constant as the never-ending waves, flowing endlessly from the depths of the sea. Just as the waters touch and nourish the many shores of the earth, may your love be a moving sea between the shores of your souls. Just as there will never be a morning without the ocean’s flow, there will never be a day without your love for each other. You have just sealed your relationship by the giving and receiving of rings. This beautiful union is symbolized through the combining of these two individual jars of sand. The first jar represents you, JULIE, in all that you were, all that you are, and all that you will ever be, and the other jar represents you, GREG, in all that you were, all that you are and all that you will ever be. Each one holds its own unique beauty, strength, and character. They can stand on their own and be whole, without need of anything else. However when these two are blended together they create an entirely new and extraordinarily more intricate entity. Each grain of sand brings to the mixture a lasting beauty that forever enriches the combination. When you pour the sand into this common container, it symbolizes the union of your two lives. Just as these grains of sand can never be separated and poured again into the individual containers, so will your marriage be a molding of two individual personalities, bonded together forming one heart, one love. The life that each of you experienced now, individually, will hereafter be inseparably united, for the two shall become one.|