Hawaiian Memorial Park chapel sat filled with flowers on Wednesday giving off the scent of Hawaii and the scent of aloha as people from all over the islands shared their aloha for Aloha Dalire.
Over the past two days, hundreds have come to say not only goodbye, but mahalo as well for the many moments and dances she shared.
"I also think this is a great way to celebrate not only her life, but her mom's life and what they have done as far as the legacy of hula is concerned," said Robert Cazimero.
Inside the chapel, a Celebration of Life.
"One of the greatest lessons that mom taught me as well, she taught all of us was to remember our Ps and Qs. I still, to this day, don't know what Ps and Qs stand for!" said Kaui Dalire.
"As you nurtured me and raised me to be the woman I am today, I watch and admired how you made everyone who came into your life a part of your world," said Kapua Dalire-Moe.
But, most of all, it was the hula and her hula legacy as her daughters led dozens in dance.
The room was filled with hundreds of pikake lei.
Frank Kawaikapuokalani Hewitt shared the song he wrote that compared Dalire, his cousin, to the pikake lei she loved so much.
"It's the lei that I cherish very close to my heart and I cherish that lei with my love forever and ever," said Hewitt.