Hawaii island wedding destinations are known for their unsurpassed natural beauty which feature volcanoes, waterfalls, and vegetation that all provide a luxurious destination for your wedding. You will instantly be immersed in the “Aloha Spirit”, which radiates through its people and culture. Hawaii is more of a “destination” experience rather than a “resort” experience. Each individual island offers its own unique experience, from popular nightlife and famous film locations to secluded beaches and sharp cliffs. You can bring the local culture and Polynesian influences into your wedding by hosting a traditional luau reception where you can serve poke and kalua pork while learning the traditional Hula dance. For a more intimate experience, you can host your wedding on a secluded stretch of beach surrounded by the lush foliage. Travel time is an important factor when visiting Hawaii, as many flights from the U.S. are long and potentially costly. Most travelers will connect in Honolulu before moving onto other islands. The more remote islands may only be accessible by ferry or another short flight.
What is my favorite part of a destination wedding? Seeing the joy on the big day, knowing it all came together just the way the bride and groom wanted it to be.
The Hawaiian lei, made up of flowers, stands for love and respect. The bride and groom exchange leis at the beginning of the ceremony.