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Traditional or Hawaii Destination Wedding

Thinking about a Hawaii destination wedding?  Your mind is dancing with excitement after your recent engagement.  Are you feeling stressed about planning a big wedding? Between the oodles of ideas from loved ones and the sheer cost of hosting a wedding, your excitement can change to anxiety.  Then, consider a Hawaii destination wedding!  The average cost of a traditional wedding in the United States runs approximately $26,000.  Thus, leading many couples to seriously consider whether to get married at home or opt for something exciting like a Hawaii destination wedding.  Ultimately a destination wedding will keep costs down.  At the same time, it will make it will also make it more enjoyable because only the people closest to you will make the trip.

So, what makes a traditional local wedding vs a destination wedding right for you?

At the heart of your decision is whether you want a wedding that all your friends and family can attend.  Or, something definitely more fun and adventurous where only your closest family and friends make the trip.  Thus it can be tough to decide, here are the top reasons to choose a destination wedding. 

Hawaii weddings on a budget 

If you’re budget conscious and the deciding factor is cost then you will be excited to learn that a Hawaii beach wedding will cost less than your typical local wedding.  Destination weddings average $7,804 per couple. Research by Destination Weddings Travel Group:  the annual average of $26,000 in the U.S. That is a significant savings for you, imagine what you could do with $18,000!

Wedding Guest List 

If your parents suggest you to invite family and friends, then choosing a beach wedding venue such as a  Waimanalo Bay wedding, is a great idea.  It’s the longest stretch of beach on Oahu.  After your ceremony, you might be busy working with the photographer getting those great photos. That’s when everyone else can just enjoy themselves on the beach or by the ocean.  This ultimately helps to keep the costs down while making your wedding more enjoyable because only the people you love the most will make the trip.This ultimately helps to keep the costs down while making your wedding more enjoyable because only the people you love the most will make the trip.

Lifetime Memories

One of the absolute best things about planning a wedding that requires traveling to beautiful Hawaii  is that you will have more time to actually enjoy your friends and family.  Thus,  your wedding becomes a mini-vacation for everyone.   You can enjoy excursions together, quiet time at the beach, dinners, breakfast, nightlife and more.  A wedding in Hawaii provides an opportunity to create wonderful memories far beyond any wedding and reception at a local hometown venue.  So, if you’re worried about a big traditional wedding, a destination wedding is the answer!

Hawaii Wedding Packages

Just Married North Shore Oahu

Destination Wedding Hawaii

Vow Renewal at Waimanalo

Elopement in Hawaii

Waialae Beach

Elopement at Waimanalo

Sherwoods at Waimanalo Bay

Hawaii Destination Wedding

Kahala Beach

Hawaii Destination Wedding

Family Vacation / Vow Renewal

Hawaii Destination Wedding

Paradise Cove Beach Wedding

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Oahu Beach Wedding

Oahu Beach Wedding Waikiki

When considering an Oahu beach wedding venue, Waikiki Beach is a great idea. Visiting couples coming to Hawaii have many locations to choose from for a beach wedding venue. Historically, Waikiki was once a retreat for Hawaiian royalty, who would enjoy surfing and time with their Ohana (family). Waikiki Beach is a two mile stretch of white sand beach with a beautiful blue turquoise colored ocean. Thus, Waikiki is one of the most recognized and romantic wedding venues in the world. The atmosphere is alive with ocean activity all along this scenic stretch of coastline. The beaches in Waikiki provide the perfect oceanside beach venue.  Also, it makes for an unforgettable sunset wedding ceremony too. There’s Duke Kahanamoku Beach, Fort DeRussy Beach, Royal Hawaiian Beach, and Queen’s Beach.  Then, at the very east end of Waikiki there is Kaimana Beach and Leahi Park.

Elopement in Waikiki

Recently, a very sweet couple came all the way from France to tie the knot in Hawaii.  Marc & Siham wanted to take full advantage of the tropical and exciting atmosphere of Waikiki for their photo session.   Their ceremony was on the beach.  Then they decided on an area near the iconic Royal Hawaiian Hotel for photos. With an additional hour of photography, they took their time strolling and having fun.  They made their way through the Moana Surfrider as well as Fort DeRussy Park to capture a real variety of photos.  Then, of course they were sure to get some photos with Diamond Head mountain for a backdrop.  Thus, leaving them with a once in a lifetime wonderful memory of their time in Hawaii.

Beach wedding venues in Waikiki are spread out, which gives you a number of options.  Thus making it an ideal destination wedding venue for couples looking to tie the knot.  Also, it’s ideal for couples wishing to celebrate their marriage with a vow renewal ceremony.  With family present, that makes it all the more enjoyable.  It’s very much an enchanting tropical setting. Most beaches are walking distance from just about any hotel.  Thus, making Waikiki a really convenient idea for a beach wedding in Hawaii.

Hawaii Wedding Packages

For an Oahu Beach Wedding Venue, Waikiki Beach can become the wedding of your dreams. Consider planning with a customized, all inclusive, full-service wedding packages.  Then, you can effortlessly celebrate your special day.  When searching for Oahu Beach Wedding Venues, consider all the options Waikiki offers. eoffer one full hour of professional wedding photography and videography, ready to capture those breathtaking moments. So start planning your destination wedding in Hawaii today and come to paradise.

 

Hawaii Wedding Venues

Moana Surfrider

Hawaii Wedding Packages

Royal Hawaiian Beach

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Sunset Time

 

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