Oahu Wedding – What To Book First

June 27, 2015 by

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Many couples who choose to have an Oahu wedding wonder which they should book first – the wedding package, airfare, or hotel accommodations? We want to help make things as easy as possible for your special day – and for yourself and your guests.

The fact is, if you’re flexible in terms of your actual wedding date, it could result in substantial money savings for you and your guests. In some cases, having your wedding a week earlier or a week later than you had originally planned can save everyone involved big bucks!

Next, do a little research around the date your desire for your Oahu beach or waterfall wedding. For example, if you want to get married on July 1, search airfare and hotel costs for that date. Then, browse around for costs of hotel accommodations and flights the month before, and the month after July. Peak seasons can affect how much you pay for either, as can specific days of the week. Look at these costs in detail in order to save money.

If possible, book everything on the same day (airfare, hotel, wedding package). Once you have determined the flight and hotel accommodations, book your wedding package the very same day – preferably before you book anything else. Why? You wouldn’t want to go to the trouble of booking your flight and hotel, only to find that during the time you’ve been doing all of this your desired wedding date has already been booked up!

Many couples choose Hawaii destination weddings, and dates can get booked quickly. This is why you want to book everything the same day, and make sure your wedding package is confirmed. By following these tips, you can save a bundle and ensure all the details are taken care of efficiently so that you aren’t disappointed, which could ultimately happen if you book your flight, hotel, and wedding package at different times.

Dreaming of a Hawaii beach or waterfall wedding? Hawaii Weddings has packages available for every budget and need. Make your dream come true, and leave the details to us.