What is the average cost of a destination wedding in Hawaii?
The average TOTAL cost of a BEACH Hawaii Destination Wedding comes out to $10,659, ranging from $8,295 – $23,995 (depending greatly on your reception choice). Average beach Ceremony ($3,200), plus simple beach Reception ($528), plus travel and accommodation ($6,931).
Where in Hawaii should I get married?
While there are 8 beautiful islands in Hawaii, it is most likely that you would plan your wedding on one of the Big 4: Kauai, Maui, Oahu, and the Island of Hawaii (also known as The Big Island).
Which Hawaiian island should I get married on?
Getting Married in Hawaii: Kauai is the Best Choice
Having a Hawaii beach wedding is a wonderful experience. Having a Kauai beach wedding is even more special in my opinion because of the special nature of this garden island.
What is the best month to get married in Hawaii?
One of the many reasons why we love it in Hawaii is that the weather is pretty perfect year round. This means, it’s best for weddings YEAR ROUND! The warm weather and breathtaking nature make it a prime destination wedding location. The peak wedding season is typically March – August during the “summer”.
How do I get married in Hawaii on a budget?
Elope. A romantic ceremony for two is the most budget-conscious wedding option. Many resorts and wedding coordinators have “Just The Two of You” wedding packages that are extremely affordable. Start by checking out the major hotels and resorts for wedding packages, and go from there.
Is there a waiting period to get married in Hawaii?
For any person to lawfully marry in the State of Hawaii, a license for that purpose must be obtained from an authorized agent (Section 572-1.7, Hawaii Revised Statutes). Once the license has been issued, there is no waiting period before the marriage can take place.
Can I get married on the beach in Hawaii?
Like all the Hawaiian Islands, Oahu requires a permit from the State of Hawaii to marry on a beach. We can apply for and pick up the permit for your event. At the time of writing, a Hawaii beach wedding or vow renewal permit costs $50.
Do you need a witness to get married in Hawaii?
A marriage in Hawaii is legally recognized all over the globe*, and the only thing a happy couple needs is a marriage license. A witness is not required, so eloping in Hawaii couldn’t be easier!
What documents do I need to get married in Hawaii?
You do not need to be a resident of Hawaii or a U.S. citizen to marry. No blood tests are needed. Both applicants must be at least 18 years of age. Applicants must present proof of age—Usually a state-issued I.D. or driver’s license.
How do I get married in Maui?
First Complete the Marriage License Forms
The license is valid for any of the Hawaiian islands. Call a marriage license agent before you arrive on island to make an appointment. A marriage license appointment lasts about 30 minutes.
How do I get married in Kauai?
The legal age to marry on Kauai is 18. A valid I.D. or driver’s license is accepted for anyone 19 year of age or older, 18 must present a birth certificate. You will also need to verify that your wedding officiant is licensed in the State of Hawaii. When having a wedding on a public beach, a state permit is required.
Do you need a passport to go to Hawaii?
Since Hawaii is a part of the United States, permanent residents and USA citizens visiting the islands of Hawaii never need passports when traveling domestically. Even though Hawaii is separated from the U.S. mainland by 2,500 miles of water, it’s nonetheless, as domestic as, say, driving between California and Nevada.
How long does it take to get marriage license in Hawaii?
It takes the DOH within 30 days to process and mail your legal marriage certificate to you, but you can access your temporary marriage certificate online using your Locator ID.
How do you elope in Hawaii?
Here’s what you need to elope in Hawaii:
- A marriage license – You apply online and pick up your license together (bring a government-issued ID). No witnesses required. No blood tests required.
- A registered marriage performer (officiant, pastor, celebrant, etc.) to perform your ceremony and file the license.
How do I get married on the Big island of Hawaii?
Hawaii has no residency or U.S. citizenship requirements, though proof of age is required. The prospective bride and groom must apply together with a completed official marriage license form before a marriage license agent. It’s highly recommended to fill out the form online in advance and pay the $60 fee at that time.