Beach Weddings

Beach WeddingsBeach Weddings

In Hawaii the beaches are absolutely stunning, which makes getting married on the beach a dream come true for some couples. What you don’t know is that in Hawaii, special permits are required in order to have beach weddings and you have to hire a wedding planner to get the permit (unless you want to pay for a million dollar liability policy that lists the State of Hawaii as a beneficiary), and then go through the application process solely on your own.

Beach permit fees range from about $50 to $300 depending on the size of space you need on the beach (this includes you, your guests and all your vendors). There are also restrictions on decor that you will need to take under consideration so paying a little more for a planner to help you achieve this dream is way worth it.

Some other things that you  may not want to hear about beach weddings in Hawaii is that they offer limited privacy, there are no back up options in the event of inclement weather, and your restroom options are very limited.  However, if you know all of these things and are still up for a Hawaiian Beach Wedding then please email us and we will be happy to guide and assist you, every step of the way.

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Beach or Waterfall

Beach or Waterfall Wedding?

If you close your eyes and dream about your wedding, what do you see? Will it be a Beach or Waterfall or other location?
  • A beach
  • A waterfall
  • A garden
  • A church
  • A private estate
  • A luxury resort
  • A remote location

If you are reading this article and already know which of the above options is for you, we would have to say “well done”! Now all you have to do is decide if you want to start searching in your home area, or in a destination location.

If you don’t know which of the above options is for you then we would highly recommend spending some quality time with your partner. Not only to discuss your desires but to ultimately make a final decision on what atmosphere you want to surround yourself with for your wedding. What wedding venue would be a true reflection of who you are?

Keep in mind that your ceremony location and your reception location Do Not have to be in the same setting! Often times couples choose two locations for their event with much ease.

A final question to ask yourselves is do you want a beach or waterfall…or maybe something else. Take some time, communicate about it and then you can go for the gold.

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