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storimaker is a wedding photography business that is based in Kaneohe, Hawaii. They believe that every couple’s unique narrative is a story worth telling. storimaker is comprised of husband-and-wife team Jeriel and Tori Saludez. They have been capturing sentimental photos together for over a decade,... (Wedding Vendors Hawaii)
CakeWorks is a licensed bakery based in Honolulu, Hawaii, that serves the surrounding region. Chef Abigail Langlas and her talented team create and design custom cakes for couples’ wedding celebration. With chef Abi’s nearly ten years of commendable experience and training and the combined talent of... (Wedding Vendors Hawaii)
HI FOCUSED is dedicated to making exceptional wedding films that are both visually captivating and emotionally moving. We take pride in our unobtrusive filming, creative editing and attention to detail. This dedication to excellence is reflected in our highest awards and rave reviews. Further, we... (Wedding Vendors Hawaii)
For couples dreaming of a wedding in Honolulu, Hawaii, look no further than Cherished in Hawaii Weddings. This wedding planner service works closely with every couple and strives to create a celebration that they’ve always envisioned. From intimate beachside ceremonies to extravagant gatherings in a... (Wedding Vendors Hawaii)
Aloha and welcome to The Perfect Wedding Maui! Specializing in destination weddings in Maui for over 20 years. Whether your dream is to wed at a private estate by the sea or toes in the sand on a beach, we can help. We know how overwhelming it can be to plan a destination wedding. On your big day,... (Wedding Vendors Hawaii)
Techy3 Studio Productions is a videography and photography company located in Hilo, Hawaii. The company is made up of a small team of dedicated professionals who are committed to portraying each couple’s story on their special day. Their main goal is to understand every couple and produce... (Wedding Vendors Hawaii)
Diamond Guy Hawaii is Hawaii's #1 custom diamond jewelry designer! With over 22K followers on instagram (@diamondguy808) and clients from all over the world, you are bound to know a DGH client! 5 stars rated on Yelp, Google, and A+ rated on BBB, our customers are our #1 priority. Our diamonds are... (Wedding Vendors Hawaii)
Seeking clients who want dramatic, timeless images. Turned on by vintage vibes and muted earth tones, I like my images to convey a since of honest nostalgia. I offer packages ranging from a short and simple ceremony to a full day adventure. Underwater photography available for the half & full day... (Wedding Vendors Hawaii)
Allison Tucker Photography is a wedding and portrait photography business located on the lush island of O'ahu, Hawai'i. Allison fell in love with photography when she was very small and it is a love that has grown right along with her. She began her professional business in 2016 and has worked with... (Wedding Vendors Hawaii)
Paradise Monarchs is a business based out of Ewa Beach, Hawaii, offering personalized Live Monarch Butterfly Chrysalis Box. These butterflies offer a unique and meaningful gift favor to celebrate such a special day. A powerful yet elegant symbol across cultures and religions, butterflies can... (Wedding Vendors Hawaii)
PhotoHawaii, Inc. is a wedding photography company located in Kihei, Hawaii (Maui). With dramatic lighting techniques, artful composition, and professional editing skills, their photos will tell your unique story filled with emotional moments from start to finish. Chris will meet with you before... (Wedding Vendors Hawaii)
Wedding Planner 808 is a detail-oriented wedding planning business in Honolulu, Hawaii. Owner Janice Bachiller started the business in 2004 after organizing events for corporations and non-profit organizations. She strives to exceed all customer expectations. Any couple looking to have a wedding on... (Wedding Vendors Hawaii)
Your love story deserves an unforgettable day! Mango Season (now Mango Season Weddings) is a full service wedding planning and entertainment company based in Honolulu, Hawaii. Launched in 2011 by college sweethearts Annie & Curtis Kamiya, our mission is to create and celebrate a wedding day that is... (Wedding Vendors Hawaii)
Lovin' Hawaii is a wedding jewelry company operating out of Honolulu, Hawaii. Utilizing time-honored manufacturing techniques, this team of expert craftsmen specializes in producing custom-made rings that reflect Hawaii’s rich cultural heritage. Available in a variety of styles, sizes, and... (Wedding Vendors Hawaii)
Based out of Makawao, Hawaii, Jules Trowbridge Fine Art is available to capture the spirit and beauty of weddings through painting. Owner Jules is The Maui Wedding Painter, an on-location artist skilfully preserving scenes from these special celebrations on canvas. Couples and their guests can enjoy... (Wedding Vendors Hawaii)
Love Maui Weddings is a full-service wedding planning and coordinating company in Lahaina, Hawaii. Since 1995, they’ve been working with couples for all sorts of events. These instances range from the organization of intimate beach weddings all the way to upscale parties where 200 guests are... (Wedding Vendors Hawaii)
Big Island Tents is a rental company located in Kamuela, Hawaii. This family-run company would love to provide high quality tents for your wedding day. With their 20 years of experience, they have major insight into what couples might need and want on their special day and are more than willing to... (Wedding Vendors Hawaii)
It's hard to imagine a more beautiful location for a wedding than Hawaii. In fact, you may have a hard time choosing where exactly to hold your Hawaii wedding because the possibilities are endless.
Hawaii is made up of six distinct islands, each with its own personality. Explore each and learn what aloha-Hawaiian for love, peace, and compassion-really means.
On Maui, the second largest island, you'll find a small town vibe with big beauty. Maui is famous for Hana and the curvy, picturesque road leading there. You'll drive through rainforest, past waterfalls, beyond pools and beaches before arriving in Hana town. Travaasa Hana-a beautiful resort-is an ideal venue for a Hawaii wedding.
Oahu, home to the state capital Honolulu and the largest population in the Hawaiian Islands, has a diverse metropolitan culture and natural beauty. History enthusiasts will love exploring Pearl Harbor memorials and Iolani Palace, where you can also hold a most royal wedding. Leahi (Diamond Head) is another popular site for tourists as a rewarding hike provides a panoramic view of Honolulu. Couples can be married here, too, and will find the views nothing short of breathtaking.
Kauai is the oldest Hawaiian Island and, because of its lush, green beauty, is nicknamed the Garden Isle. Beyond its natural wonders, there's much to explore on Kauai. Kilohana Estate is a 1930s restored plantation estate perfect for your Hawaii wedding. The Tudor mansion and 35 acres of land give you ample room for the wedding of your dreams. Molokai is the island of old Hawaii, and the majority of its population is Native Hawaiian. The land here seems untouched, and the people maintain a strong connection to the land and culture of Hawaii. If you want to experience true Hawaii, this is the place to be. Aqua Hotel Molokai offers lovely accommodations and can provide an intimate, tropical venue for you.
Despite being the smallest of the Hawaiian Islands, Lanai is the island of two worlds. One features natural wonders like the sparse Keahiakawelo (Garden of the Gods) and beautiful trails and beaches. The other offers luxury resorts and golf courses. While both worlds have beautiful wedding venues, the ease and beauty of resorts like the Four Seasons Resort Lanai are especially enticing.
Hawaii Island-or the Big Island-is the youngest and biggest island in Hawaii. Featuring Kilauea, one of the most active volcanoes in the world, the snowy mountains of Maunakea, and black sand beaches, this island is a sight to behold. There's much to explore on this vast island, and there are plenty of resorts to take care of you as you discover it all. You can plan your Hawaii wedding at any number of resorts here, or check out Liliuokalani Gardens, a 30-acre Japanese Garden where the peaceful views can't be beat.
Unsurprisingly, the weather in Hawaii is beautiful. It is incredibly consistent, hovering around 85 degrees in the summer, and 78 degrees in the winter. Each of the islands has a slightly different weather pattern and environment, so check the weather for your particular island in preparation. Rain is common in Hawaii, but weather patterns are fairly localized and rain rarely lasts long enough to disrupt much. Still, if you'll be getting married in the wetter winter months, plan on a tent or indoor venue, just in case. Match your décor to your surroundings in Hawaii. Let the tropical backdrop be your guide and use local flowers like the state flower-yellow hibiscus-or fragrant plumeria. Incorporate garlands of flowers throughout, and echo the bright colors of your flowers in your linens.
The food in Hawaii is distinctive, and a traditional Hawaiian luau is an obvious and delicious choice for your wedding. Kalua pork, Lomi salmon, poke, Hawaiian mac salad and, yes, even poi can be a memorable part of your wedding feast. Whether you want traditional Hawaiian fare or not, a Hawaii catering company can help you choose the menu that's perfect for your Hawaii wedding. The music of Hawaii is distinctive as well, and nothing sounds sweeter than a ukulele at a wedding in Hawaii. Choose from any number of Hawaiian wedding bands for a native Hawaiian sound, or any other kind of music you choose.
No matter where you're coming from, you'll be flying in to Hawaii. The major airport-Honolulu International Airport-is on Oahu, but you'll also find airports with direct flights from the mainland in Maui, Kauai, and the Big Island. If you're going to Lanai or Molokai, you can catch a ferry from Maui. The cost of a Hawaii wedding is definitely on the high side, though not among the top 5 most expensive states for weddings. Hawaii is a popular tourist destination, so look for off-season deals and venues off the beaten path to save money.
A marriage license in Hawaii will cost you about $65 total. If you're 19 or older, a government issued ID is sufficient, but if you're under 19, you'll also need a birth certificate. You don't need to be a resident of Hawaii and there's no waiting period once you receive your marriage license. Your marriage license is valid for 30 days.