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A Few Tips for Planning Weddings in Hawaii
Given the popularity of the Hawaiian islands as a vacation destination, it should come as no surprise that the 50th state is also a popular option for anyone planning a wedding. Hawaii beach weddings can be a wonderful alternative to stodgy indoor venues, whether wedding planners are looking for a serene and quiet setting or more of a party atmosphere. Before getting started planning that Hawaii wedding, take a look at the tips below to make sure it all goes off without a hitch.
When planning a wedding in Hawaii, think about taking advantage of the area's many beautiful weather and outdoor environments to plan a casual or semi-formal event. Recent trends have been pointing to a decrease in both formality and size of the wedding party. Of course, a couple's wedding should reflect their own unique personalities, and there are plenty of venues available for a more formal or even black-tie event.
Take Advantage of a Little Luxury
The Hawaiian islands are replete with luxurious resorts. Take advantage of them when making plans for the wedding, and think about choosing one resort beforehand so that all of the guests who are flying in from afar can stay together and get to appreciate the elegance and luxury that Hawaiian resorts have to offer. Of course, booking a stay in one of Hawaii's many luxurious resorts is also a perfect way to start that honeymoon off on the right foot.
Respectfully Incorporate Native Traditions
Most of Hawaii's wedding traditions stemmed originally from its native culture. For example, wedding leis and flowers can be used to give a wedding a special Hawaiian touch, while traditional celebratory feast foods like a kalua pig can offer guests and the wedding party alike a taste of Hawaii's rich native culture. It's best to entrust a local company to plan these feasts and decorations, though, as they will be better able to incorporate them into modern wedding ceremonies without disrespecting native traditions.
Time it Right
Hawaii is generally pretty warm all year round, but couples often find that summer and fall are preferable to winter and spring when planning a Hawaii wedding. This is largely due to the fact that the islands become overrun with tourists during the colder months when mainlanders are looking for a break from winter. Major holidays also tend to bring large crowds to the island and make it harder to plan personal events without incurring exorbitant costs.
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