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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Hawaii History and it’s impact on a Wedding in Hawaii

Posted by on Dec 7, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Hawaii History and it’s impact on a Wedding in Hawaii

Hawaii History and its impact on a Wedding in Hawaii Hawaii History and its impact on a Wedding in Hawaii  is unknown by many wedding couples and many locals as well. A wedding in Hawaii is greatly different today than centuries ago. Although history has said that Captain James Cook discovered Hawaii in the 18th century, the Polynesians arrived over 1,500 years ago. Thus Cook did not discover Hawaii. He came with sailors who came upon an island chain already founded, with a legitimate monarchy government in place. The Hawaiians kept much of...

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Maui Activities

Posted by on Mar 13, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Maui Activities

Maui Activites There are many Maui Activities to do for your honeymooon ( after your wedding or vow renewal) here. Maui activities do book up. To reserve now see our partner’s activity reservations and activity pricing . There is so much to so see on Maui which is probably why Expedia customers named Maui the best island world-wide! We are not just beaches. Our 10,00 foot volcano is a must see. You can drive and see awesome waterfalls, hike through bamboo forests, go on dinner cruises in the sea or experience a Hawaiian luau. Visit...

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Hawaii Wedding Google Reviews

Posted by on Mar 11, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Hawaii Wedding Google Reviews

Hawaii Wedding Google Reviews Hawaii Wedding and Vow Renewal has received over 150  verified google reviews as of November 2021.  We are thrilled with the 4.9 score. These reviews are from confirmed customers ( with full names and their email addresses ) We do 500 weddings and vow renewals a year on average and have been in business for 24 years on Maui. We have done over 12,000 weddings and vow renewal on Maui. See the honest verified reviews. Owner note. I personally use Google reviews to make a decision on a company, hotel,  business on...

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Trash Your Wedding Dress

Posted by on Oct 24, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Trash Your Wedding Dress

Trash Your Wedding Dress Trash Your Wedding Dress. Some brides have fun after the wedding on the beach by trashing the wedding dress. We see so many posts now from around the country with images of women purposely getting their dress ruined somehow.   On Maui, the bride usually gets into the water and sand with a fun photo op. And yes, the dress can always be dry-cleaned and probably back to normal afterwards, maybe. But what about the men? You never hear about trashing the tux or suit. The men get right into the water and on the lava rocks...

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Maui Vow Renewal

Posted by on Jun 12, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Maui Vow Renewal

Maui Vow Renewal Maui, voted best island worlds wide for 19 years brings us much satisfaction here to us locals. Families comes from around the world to enjoy themselves. A popular activity is a Maui Vow Renewal and a family photoshoot after the CEREMONY. Vow renewals in Hawaii are great for the married couple to renew their love for one another on a secluded Maui beach. Saying ” I do” once again at sunset with family surrounding  is an ultimate emotional experience. Click here for Maui Vow Renewals. Most couples then have a...

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Maui named #1 island world-wide

Posted by on Jun 11, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Maui named #1 island world-wide

Maui named #1 island world-wide Maui named #1 island world-wide. Expedia made there note-worthy news taken by votes from users.  The reasons are numerous. Maui has the best beaches in the world; miles and miles of white sandy beaches highlighted with swaying palm trees and jutting black lava rocks from our volcano ( I’ll get to that shortly.)  A Maui, Hawaii wedding on a secluded beach is the best. Our beaches are clean, not rocky, and you can stroll forever and relax and get exercise too. The nice part of Maui beaches is that they...

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Maui Wedding Video

Posted by on Feb 5, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Maui Wedding Video

Maui Wedding Video Having a Maui Wedding Video is becoming more popular for a Maui Wedding destination. Since some family members and friends can’t  attend your wedding in Hawaii, having a video of the wedding that can be shared back home is big plus. A professional video of the ceremony with couples “miked” properly so one can hear the vows being said is what everyone wants. The video can be played back at a reception later and of course listened to for years. Many couples pass the video on the to kids as a nice memory. See...

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Having a Wedding in Hawaii

Posted by on Jan 22, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Having a Wedding in Hawaii

Having a Wedding in Hawaii has become very popular, having now surpassed Las Vegas as the #1 wedding destination. The reason is obvious; romantic, authentic sunset beach weddings versus a strip gambling area with tacky chapels on every corner. It’s easy Having a Wedding in Hawaii. There is no waiting period. You can obtain your marriage license and get married the same day if you wish, although most couples get married on the next day. Hawaii also requires no blood test, so the license appointment with the Agent is only 15 minutes long...

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