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Beach Wedding Dresses - Everything You Need to Know

Posted by Rachel H. on May 4, 2020 2:34:40 PM

 

Beach wedding dresses aren’t really different from other types of wedding dresses. Anything goes for a destination wedding, so what you wear is entirely up to you!

There are, however, certain dress styles and materials that work better for a beach wedding.

After planning Hawaii beach weddings for more than 40 years, we have seen what works and what doesn’t. We’ve put together all the information you need to pick out the beach wedding dress that’s right for you!

 

A beautiful example of a great beach wedding dress!
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Waikiki Beach Weddings

Posted by Amy on Apr 29, 2020 11:02:53 AM

 

What to Know for a Waikiki Beach Wedding

 

Waikiki Beach is probably the most famous beach in Hawaii. Located on the south coast of Oahu fronting the hotels, nearly every visitor knows this stretch of sandy paradise.

It’s important to note that the State of Hawaii does not issue wedding permits for most of Waikiki Beach. There is one particular part on the western end of Waikiki Beach (Kahanamoku Beach) where a permit can be obtained for beach weddings, and this is where we hold the ceremonies.

 

Newlyweds after their Waikiki Beach wedding ceremony. 

 

Unlike our other Hawaii beach wedding locations, we don’t yet have a dedicated photo gallery for this location. We have done several ceremonies here because couples have asked for this location. You can think of Waikiki Beach as our “secret menu” item, not on the usual menu, but if you ask for it, we can do it for you!

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Tips for Eloping: 9 Dos and Don'ts for Your Destination Wedding

Posted by Rachel H. on Apr 20, 2020 3:22:15 PM

9 Tips for Planning Your Destination Elopement

 

We’ve been helping couples plan their Hawaii elopement for over 40 years, and we’ve seen the term “elopement” change over time.

“Eloping” used to mean the couple getting married in secret, then telling family and friends they were married after the wedding took place.

Nowadays, “eloping” typically means having a destination wedding, but it's just the couple celebrating their special day together. For some, it could even be a small wedding with family and closest friends to witness your vows!

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Small Hawaii Weddings

Posted by Rachel H. on Apr 15, 2020 1:39:56 PM

A Small Hawaii Wedding - Easy and Affordable

 

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Choosing Your Hawaii Wedding Flowers

Posted by Amy on Apr 8, 2020 9:09:00 AM

 

 

Flower Options for Your Special Day

While we do have galleries of our Hawaiian floral arrangements, we wanted to make a quick guide to help our couples understand and visualize some of your flower choices. 

 

Bridal Bouquets

The bridal bouquet is generally regarded as the most important floral arrangement for the ceremony, and we have many options for you. You can choose from our Classic, Premium, Elite, or Custom bouquets. 

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Sandy Beach - A Hawaii Beach Wedding Location

Posted by Rachel H. on Mar 16, 2020 2:10:00 PM

 

SANDY BEACH Weddings - EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

 

Sandy Beach is located on the southeast coast of Oahu and is a well-loved beach by locals and visitors alike.

As with all our Hawaii beach wedding locations, we have photos and videos in our Sandy Beach gallery, but we like sharing all the details about each location to help you decide if this is the best location for your beach wedding!

Note: Sandy Beach is best for weekday ceremonies or early mornings on the weekends. Weekends get very crowded with the local population.

 

While we wouldn't normally hold the ceremony this close to the waves, your photographer will likely encourage you to get your feet wet for some shots ;)

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