Organizing a destination wedding in Hawaii goes beyond polishing plans for the wedding ceremony and reception. Taking care of your guests who will be flying in, some of whom for the first time, is also a huge part of it. Most of your guests may be taking time off from work, taking a plane, and
You’ve set your heart on having a breathtaking beach wedding. But you discover that having one can turn into a logistics nightmare. What if the weather doesn’t “cooperate” with your wedding date? There is a better option. Instead of holding an outdoor ceremony right on the beach, you could opt for a chapel with a picturesque view of the
Hollywood star Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson recently tied the knot with Lauren Hashian, his longtime girlfriend, in a ceremony in Hawaii. The “Hobbs & Shaw” star shared they had a beautiful and phenomenal ceremony. The couple also had the privacy they wanted during this significant occasion. Hawaii features pristine natural beauty, from its crystal-clear blue ocean
Big weddings involve hundreds of details, from the location to the type of flowers to use, making the cost go higher. Couples today spend about $30,000 on their wedding for roughly 130 guests. But you don’t always need to spend that much because you can still have your dream destination weddings in Hawaii at a
Many couples want to have a destination wedding but are intimidated by the challenges that come with it. Their worries are valid. For starters, many guests might not have the means to fly out of state. Local wedding suppliers whose products you fell in love with might be unable to deliver to your chosen destination.
Congratulations, you’re engaged! Right now, you’re ecstatic and excited to make your dream wedding come to life, but to do so would mean spending a significant sum. A wedding in the US costs $33,931 on average, according to The Knot’s 2018 Real Weddings Study. Excluding the honeymoon, here’s the breakdown of the overall wedding spending: Reception Venue: