How to Renew Wedding Vows in Hawaii
Are you a young couple who has been married for a few short years and remain so infatuated with one another that you want to celebrate your love all over again? Or have you been “in it” for awhile now and have a milestone anniversary coming up in the next few months and are considering a special way to commemorate the occasion? Perhaps you’ve just become empty nesters and intend to honor the landmark of being alone together again with something significant. Whatever the case may be, you’ve decided that a vow renewal is the perfect thing to do. You’ve also decided that there is no better place to make it happen than in the archipelago of Hawaii. This provides you with a vow and honeymoon renewal all rolled into one. All that’s left from here is to figure out the logistics, so to speak. That part doesn’t sound quite as fun, right? Fret not, because as Hawaii’s biggest believer in the power of love we have the advice you’re looking for.
How to renew wedding vows in Hawaii? Let’s find out!
5 Easy Steps to Planning and Enjoying the Perfect Vow Renewal in Hawaii
Choose Your Hawaiian Island
There are four (of eight) Hawaiian Islands that are appropriate for renewing wedding vows. These include the Big Island, Maui, Kauai, and Oahu. Each has the proper infrastructure in place for a relatively easy vow renewal, although one stands out above them all – Oahu. The island of Oahu has the framework, accommodations, amenities, activities, and attractions that will make your vow renewal and second honeymoon experience more affordable, enjoyable, and free from stress. View more on why couples choose Oahu for their destination wedding, or in this case – a vow renewal – in Hawaii.
Choose an Outdoor Venue
When it comes to renewing wedding vows, very few couples want all of the bells, whistles, tassels and hassles that they may have enjoyed (and paid heavily for) for their initial wedding. For this reason, along with the fact that you’ll be visiting paradise, we suggest an outdoor venue for the ceremony. Of course, you can’t just pull up to any beach or park with an officiant in tow to do the duty. There are a few small boxes to check beforehand as the City of Honolulu does not allow “event” permits (more on this below) for certain outdoor spaces. For your convenience Islander Weddings has already laid out the best Oahu outdoor ceremony locations for you to choose from.
Secure Your Permit
Renewing wedding vows in Hawaii is a fairly simple process with very limited “red tape” to contend with. That being said, couples are required to get a beach permit with the State of Hawaii. You will get assistance with this when you choose an elopement package with Islander Weddings. Keep reading!
Choose a Vow Renewal Package
What kind of vow renewal ceremony in Hawaii do you have in mind? Do you want something small and intimate without much fuss? Alternatively you may want to invite loved ones while adding a few comparative conveniences such as a professional photographer and videographer along with limo service. Islander Weddings has crafted four exquisite vow renewal packages to suit your tastes and desires. Click the links to review which wedding package (which also apply to vow renewals) fits your desires and budget best:
- Islander Elopement Plan ($295)
- Islander Extra Plan ($645)
- Islander Elite Plan ($995)
- Islander Extravagant Plan ($1545)
Contact Islander Weddings
Do you have any other questions about how to renew wedding vows in Hawaii, or anything else related to your special day to come? Contact Islander Weddings anytime.