How Much Do Hawaii Weddings Cost?

March 20, 2015 by

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At Hawaii Weddings, we understand that couples do not go into the process of getting married blindly, and that most people do not have unlimited financial resources. If you have decided on a Hawaii destination wedding, you’re probably curious as to how much it will cost. The simple answer is, it depends. Let’s go into it a bit further so you will understand the various factors that can impact the cost of a Hawaii wedding.

First of all, consider your budget. Hawaii weddings are typically less costly than traditional weddings because in most cases, the guest list is smaller – and the honeymoon is combined, as you are already in an amazing honeymoon destination!

Most destination wedding providers offer various packages for every budget. In addition, there are costs you may want to avoid, such as those for photographers, flowers, etc. If you have a friend or family member who is a skilled photographer, you may want to consider letting that person take photographs at your wedding. If you want a wedding cake but cannot afford the expense of having a professional make it, perhaps someone you know is talented enough to take care of it for you.

Basically, how much your Hawaii wedding will cost depends on how simple or extravagant you want the wedding to be. For instance, our Barefoot Beach Wedding is the most basic of all and includes the ceremony along with two white orchid wedding leis for just over $300. A step up from this package is our Angels Bay Beach Wedding, which includes a photo package complete with 20 poses and an album/digital files, ceremony fee, permit fee, Hawaiian purple orchid leis, and a spectacular landscape.

We also offer packages that contain everything from a bridal bouquet, music, and hair/makeup to  Hawaii wedding photographer, chairs for guests, wedding cake, venue rental and more. Of course, each package can be customized to your needs. Additional items may also be added, for example, if you choose the Barefoot Beach Wedding and want to add on photos, a musician, or even a bamboo wedding arch, you can mix and match as you choose to suit your budget.

There is no concrete answer for how much a Hawaii wedding will cost – it all depends on what you want to be included in your wedding, the number of guests, and other factors. However, you can get a good idea of how much you can expect to spend by visiting our Hawaii destination wedding site at Hawaiiweddings.com!