If you’ve always dreamed of a destination wedding, then consider the Hawaiian Islands your ideal location. Due to its tropical climate and exclusive culture, each unique island evokes a romance that is unmatched anywhere else in the United States. You may also be looking into Hawaii as the location for your proposal, wedding announcement, or honeymoon. If so, Hawaii Aloha has the design team to create your perfect moment.
If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind marriage proposal, Hawaii might just be the romantic setting you’ve had in mind. Imagine proposing to your loved one underwater, amongst the colorful fish and vibrant coral reef. We have the connections you’ll need for the scuba or snorkel equipment, underwater writing board and marker, and the perfect beach cove location.
Or pop the question using a hand-made banner that’s been placed in an open grassy field, which you’ll fly over in a helicopter. Coordinating with the right people for the helicopter charter company takes time and insider knowledge, and our travel representatives are highly skilled in this particular area.
You may want to propose at the classy Oceanarium restaurant where your private table is set up next to a floor-to-ceiling aquarium. Over 70 different species of Hawaiian fish, stingrays, and even sharks cruise through this 280-gallon fish tank, making it a dining experience that is unlike anywhere else. We can even plan to have an underwater diver swim to your table and hold up the sign that reads, “Will you marry me?”
If you’re more into a lime-lighted proposal, we can arrange for you to be onstage during a Polynesian luau, asking her to marry you Hawaiian style- in a grass skirt!
Whatever the idea for your marriage proposal, we can help create it. Every agent at Hawaii Aloha is trained to give you excellent service and work directly with you. For personal, local assistance on planning your hawaii wedding, contact Hawaii Aloha now.
You can pretty much pick your spot. On a beautiful beach, by a waterfall, in a botanical garden, on horseback, underwater, on a boat, in a grand or traditional hotel, on the summit of a real volcano (even one that’s spewing real lava!), in the oceanfront yard of a magnificent private home … the possibilities boggle the romantic mind! And each of Hawaii’s churches offers its own ambiance and splendor.
Licenses are a snap to get in Hawaii. You can do it in an hour, for $60. (You both have to be there.)
The state of Hawaii offers beautifully natural wedding ceremony sites and reception venue locations. With a variety of islands to choose from, you may want to decide what theme you want to represent your special day
On the island of Oahu, you can step out of the wedding chapel after vows and onto the beautiful beach coves of Ko’Olina. Have your wedding photos taken right there on the sand, with the warm waters lapping at your bare ankles. The reception can be held at a beachfront restaurant, private condominium, or even at the new Disney Aulani Resort.
Maui offers historical landmarks and spectacular scenery, not to mention miles of golden sand along the Westside of the island (Kaanapali beach), making Maui a perfect destination wedding location in Hawaii. Enjoy a natural, beach-style wedding; wind blowing through the coconut palm trees, waves crashing to create background music, a warm, quiet setting for the ceremony. The quaint town of Lahaina offers private oceanfront nightclubs, restaurants, and halls as perfect reception sites.
The garden island of Kauai presents guests with a verdantly lush backdrop of banana palms, rainbow shower trees, waterfalls, Hawaiian wedding flower vines (Stephanotis), fragrant red ginger, and much more. After a tropical rainforest ceremony, enjoy the reception at a fun local restaurant where you can dance to island music all evening. Or in an elegant room at the Grand Hyatt Kauai, fully catered with live music or a DJ.
Be adventurous and choose an active, erupting volcano as the site of your ceremony. On the Big Island of Hawaii, you can exchange rings next to a fiery flow of lava at Kilauea Volcano National Park. Afterwards, hold your wedding reception at a rustic ranch venue set back in the grassy pastures of Waimea.
The smaller islands of Lanai and Molokai are ideal for intimate weddings. The local population of these islands is minimal, creating an atmosphere of exclusivity and privacy. Here you’ll also find beautiful resorts, deserted beaches, and rolling countrysides.
If you plan to get married on one of the islands, honeymooning on another island is a great way to experience as much of Hawaii as possible. Each island has unique attractions and diverse beauty, so get your fill by planning your entire wedding within them. Inter-island flights are an affordable way to travel between islands, or, go by way of boat and take a cruise to the next one! Find out more about our all inclusive Hawaii honeymoon packages.
Work with pros and put together a package that’s customized for the two of you – personalized and perfect!