Getting married in Hawaii is not as difficult as it can be on some other tropical islands, especially if you are a United States citizen.
Having a destination wedding is something that the bride and groom as well as their guests will not soon forget.
It is said that over 20,000 marriages take place annually in Hawaii[Hawaii Vacation] and most are performed on the island of Oahu, and that of that number just about ½ of those couples are not from Hawaii.
Planning Your Hawaiian Wedding
You can contact the governor’s office in Kona to see what recommendations they have as to where and how to go about getting married in Hawaii.
Many of the hotels in Hawaii will be more than happy to assist you in planning the perfect day for your nuptials. They often have complete packages that include all the little details along with the paperwork necessary for making your union legal.
You might also hire a wedding planner based in Hawaii if you are not worried about expense, but very often it is just as easy to do the planning yourself. As mentioned, hotels and resorts often have facilities for just that purpose. Most of the time all you need to do is make some choices and be sure you and your partner are there on the set date.
Using a Wedding Planner
A wedding planner can make getting married in Hawaii a breeze if you are not staying at a hotel that offers that type of service.
If you are unsure about where to find a Hawaiian wedding planner there are a number of organizations on each of the islands that can guide you to a reputable company or individual. The cost can be as minimal as $200 or as high as the sky. Often they will be able to handle the paperwork such as the licensing end for you as well.
Using the internet should net you plenty of results as to florists, wedding venues, food and music options. See what you can find regarding Hawaiian marriages on the internet before you look elsewhere.
Your wedding day can be as beautiful as the Hawaiian sunset. Every little detail will be perfect and you and your guests will have made memories that last a lifetime.
Imagine telling your children and grandchildren the story of how you and your beloved exchanged vows at one of the most beautiful and romantic places on earth; a Hawaiian island.