Aloha and Congratulations on your upcoming Wedding!
If you're considering a destination wedding, why not choose the beautiful and romantic Hawaiian islands? From its stunning beaches and breathtaking scenery to its rich culture and traditions, Hawaii is the perfect place to exchange your vows and start your life together.
Let's explore what makes Hawaiian weddings unique and memorable.
Location, location, location
Hawaii boasts a variety of stunning venues to choose from, including pristine beaches, lush gardens, and historic landmarks. You can exchange vows with the backdrop of the Pacific Ocean or in front of a beautiful waterfall in the lush rainforest. Whether you're looking for a small intimate ceremony or a grand celebration, Hawaii has the perfect location for you.
Traditional Hawaiian Ceremony
One of the most distinctive elements of a Hawaiian wedding is the ceremony itself. The ceremony is often conducted by a Hawaiian minister or officiant and typically includes the blowing of the conch shell to announce the start of the ceremony. Traditional Hawaiian customs, such as the exchange of leis and the sharing of "ha," or breath, are also incorporated into the ceremony. The ceremony may also include a hula performance, which is a beautiful and poetic dance that tells a story.
Hawaiian weddings offer a unique opportunity to incorporate the island's vibrant and colorful culture into your attire. Brides can choose to wear a traditional white wedding dress or opt for a Hawaiian-style dress or muumuu, which are made from lightweight, flowing fabrics and feature beautiful floral prints. Grooms often wear white linen or silk shirts paired with dress slacks.
Hawaii's rich culinary traditions make it an excellent destination for foodies. Incorporating local cuisine into your wedding menu is a great way to infuse the island's culture into your special day. From fresh seafood to traditional Hawaiian dishes like poi and laulau, there are plenty of delicious options to choose from.
Hawaii offers plenty of activities to keep your guests entertained during their stay, from surfing and hiking to snorkeling and whale watching. Hosting a welcome dinner or farewell brunch is a great way to spend more time with your guests and explore the island together.
In conclusion, a Hawaiian wedding is a beautiful and unique way to celebrate your love. Whether you choose to incorporate traditional Hawaiian customs or put your own spin on things, Wedding Estates Hawaii offers an unforgettable backdrop for your special day. So, don your leis, kick off your shoes, and say "I do" in the beautiful Aloha State.