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NUKU NUKU, TONGA - MAY 4: Relatives and friends of the royal family attend the traditional marriage kava ceremony the day after the wedding ceremony of the Honorable Titilupe Fanetupouvava'u Tuita to Second Lieutenant Siaosi Kiu Tau Ki Vailahi Kaho on May 4, 2007 in Nuku Nuku, Tonga. The couple returns to the village of the groom and the bride is offered a taste of kava served by her husband. Tonga is one of the last surviving monarchies in the Pacific islands. Photo: Amy Toensing

NUKU NUKU, TONGA - MAY Relatives and friends of the royal family attend the traditional marriage kava ceremony the day after the wedding .

Tongan Red Carpet! Here we have laid down our finest tapa knows as "Lau Nima" as an aisle runner for the wedding.

Here we have laid down our finest tapa knows as "Lau Nima" as an aisle runner for the wedding.

graceful.

thatpacificlove: An elegant portrait of a Tongan Tauolunga. A traditional role attributed by a Tongan maiden, performing moves of majestic & graceful nature.

..with the party holding our 'new' last name and the bride in groom in front?! Liking! :)

Park It Right Here

with the party holding our 'new' last name and the bride in groom in front? Liking!

Wedding Program

write this thank you on wedding chalkboard frame. maybe put it on guestbook table. Wedding Program and thank you message.

NUKUNUKU, TONGA - MAY 6: The villagers of Nuku Nuku work all day and through the night to prepare a feast for the Royal wedding of the Honorable Titilupe Fanetupouvava'u Tuita to the son of the noble of Nukunuku village, Siaosi Kiu Tau ki Vailahi Kaho on May 6, 2007 in Nuku Nuku, Tonga. Tonga is one of the last surviving monarchies in the Pacific islands, however there has been a recent push towards democratic reform, challenging the people of Tonga to maintain their cultural heritage while…

NUKUNUKU, TONGA - MAY 6: The villagers of Nuku Nuku work all day and through the night to prepare a feast for the Royal wedding of the Honorable Titilupe Fanetupouvava'u Tuita to the son of the noble of Nukunuku village, Siaosi Kiu Tau ki Vailahi Kaho on May 6, 2007 in Nuku Nuku, Tonga. Tonga is one of the last surviving monarchies in the Pacific islands, however there has been a recent push towards democratic reform, challenging the people of Tonga to maintain their cultural heritage while…

NUKU'ALOFA, TONGA - MAY 3: Tongan King George V and his dog Pip exit the wedding reception of his niece the Honorable Titilupe Fanetupouvava'u Tuita to Second Lieutenant Siaosi Kiu Tau Ki Vailahi Kaho on May 3, 2007 in Nuku'alofa, Tonga. Tonga is one of the last surviving monarchies in the Pacific islands, however there has been a recent push towards democratic reform, challenging the people of Tonga to maintain their cultural heritage while conforming to modern day capitalism. (Photo by Amy…

NUKU'ALOFA, TONGA - MAY 3: Tongan King George V and his dog Pip exit the wedding reception of his niece the Honorable Titilupe Fanetupouvava'u Tuita to Second Lieutenant Siaosi Kiu Tau Ki Vailahi Kaho on May 3, 2007 in Nuku'alofa, Tonga. Tonga is one of the last surviving monarchies in the Pacific islands, however there has been a recent push towards democratic reform, challenging the people of Tonga to maintain their cultural heritage while conforming to modern day capitalism. (Photo by Amy…

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