Choosing Your Hawaiian Wedding Ceremony

Posted by on Apr 24, 2022 in Hawaii Weddings | Comments Off on Choosing Your Hawaiian Wedding Ceremony

Choosing Your Hawaiian Wedding Ceremony

Wedding readings have become a custom, especially for modern weddings. Whether you want a reading from the Bible, from a poem, or a song, readings are a great way to personalize your ceremony. notify your wedding coordinator.   Religious or secular? You will also need to discuss whether you choose a religious or a secular reading for your wedding with your partner.  We have officiants who perform Christian ceremonies, Non-religious ceremonies, Jewish ceremonies, civil ceremonies and the most popular Hawaiian ceremony. See the text of all...

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Maui Wedding Information

Posted by on Mar 18, 2022 in Blog | Comments Off on Maui Wedding Information

Maui Wedding Information

Maui Wedding Information Getting married on Maui is easy. Named best island for 19 years, Maui is the island to go to for a wedding or vow renewal.  Maui beach locations are the best, romantic and affordable. See all the Maui weddings locations here.   See the license info here. After having your wedding here on Maui explore it! Maui is just not only superb beaches. There is so much to see and do. Take a tour or drive up to the top of Haleakala, Maui’s 10,000 foot volcano which is dormant, but not extinct. It last erupted in the 18th...

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Small Hawaii Weddings

Posted by on Jun 21, 2021 in Blog | 0 comments

Small Hawaii Weddings

Small Hawaii Weddings are popular here on Maui.  We consider a small wedding to be less than 20 people and many are just a few guests. Many couples don’t want large group wedding at home, so they come to Hawaii, and to Maui, voted best island world-wide by Conde Nest Magazine for 19 years!, and named best island world wide by Expedia in 2019. Here at Hawaii Wedding  and Vow Renewal, we think small Hawaii weddings are the best. It is so much less stressful for the couple. A wedding is about you, not about all the guests. A small wedding...

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Best Places to Get Married on Maui

Posted by on Jan 13, 2020 in Blog | 0 comments

Best Places to Get Married on Maui

Best Places to Get Married on Maui? There are many locations and venues to select. Most couples want a beautiful beach setting, while some prefer a garden setting or a church. Maui has more miles of beaches than any of the other Hawaiian Islands. Southwest Maui is the nicest part of the island. This is where the small towns of Kihei, Wailea, Makena, and Ma’alaea are located. Only 20-25 minutes from Maui’s main airport in Kahului, this is Maui’s upcoming, newer area. The southwest side has larger beaches, and it is the driest...

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Sweet Hawaii Weddings

Posted by on Nov 20, 2019 in Blog, Hawaii Weddings | 0 comments

Sweet Hawaii Weddings

  Sweet Hawaii Weddings at Hawaii Wedding and Vow Renewal provides Officiants/Ministers, photographers, wedding and vow renewal planning, License information and more. A sweet wedding on Maui is held at one of our popular beaches, Sugar Beach. Why is this sweet gem called Sugar Beach? Take a look the photos here. The beach gets its name from Maui’s sugar cane growing days, where sugar cane would be loaded onto cargo ships here at Sugar Beach. Maui’s historic wharf remnants can still be seen here a mile away from our special beach. Sugar...

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Elope To Maui

Posted by on Aug 28, 2019 in Blog | 0 comments

Elope To Maui

Elope To Maui Elope To Maui. As the number #! Destination for weddings, Maui is the ideal location to get married and honeymoon. Getting married in Hawaii is easy. Maui has been voted the best island worldwide by Expedia users, and Conde Nest Travel Magazine named Maui the best island for 19 years. Hawaii has simple marriage laws that all 50 US states and many countries recognize. You can obtain the marriage license the morning of the wedding or the day before with just photo ID, no blood tests, no waiting period. Hawaii mails you the...

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How To Choose Your Wedding Date

Posted by on Aug 21, 2019 in Blog | 0 comments

How To Choose Your Wedding Date

  How To Choose Your Wedding Date is an important decision. On Maui, a wedding date should be given some thought. Since everyday is a holiday for the couple and family/friends, it doesn’t necessarily have to be on a traditional Saturday or Sunday. On Maui, us locals go to the beach on the weekends. Our beaches are awesome and there are so many ocean –related activities such as surfing, snorkeling, and swimming, reading a book or just watching the waves. So this is what we do on the weekend. If the wedding couple desires more privacy and...

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Reception Dinner Menus

Posted by on Dec 17, 2018 in Hawaii Weddings | 0 comments

Reception Dinner Menus

Below are sample menus and pricing. Please note that Hawaii Wedding and Vow Renewal will put you touch with the food and beverage manager of the restaurant for direct booking of your dinner reception upon reservation of ceremony with us. They know their menus, pricing, seating better than we do. We do not assist with menu selection/substitutions.  We simply put this information below as a guide. We handle the pre-planing of the wedding, the ceremony itself, wedding ceremony decor, table pieces for the reception tables. … just not the...

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Hawaii Volcanoes and Weddings

Posted by on Jul 28, 2018 in Blog, Hawaii Weddings | 0 comments

Hawaii Volcanoes and Weddings

Hawaii Volcanoes and Weddings Hawaii Volcanoes and Weddings happening here have received much media attention. With red lava flowing around a particular neighborhood on far east side of the Big Island Of Hawaii, the pictures are stunning and the TV news makes the eruptions appear much more serious than it is. ( Update 9/19) The volcano has stopped flowing and the Big Island is safe to travel to.   Many couples “island-hop” via plane from Maui to the Big Island. The truth is just a tiny fraction of the Big Island is in trouble with...

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Wedding Canopy (For Jewish Ceremonies) $575

Posted by on May 7, 2018 in Flowers, Hawaii Weddings | 0 comments

Wedding Canopy (For Jewish Ceremonies) $575

Wedding Huppah for Jewish Ceremonies ~ $575 A wedding huppah is popular as it forms the perfect focal point for a beach wedding. It is decorated with 4 fresh flower bouquets on each support pole attached by elegant silver and gold beaded  tassels. The huppah  is wrapped in white gauze fabric. It is required that you have 4 guests hold this huppah during the ceremony. (Hawaiiwedding.com does not provide these 4 guests to hold the canopy). There is limited availability for this canopy and it is only available for weddings/vow renewals on the...

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