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4 questions to ask your wedding planner: Your guide for the best way to experience your Maui elopement or wedding ceremony.

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Aloha from Maui, home to the most pristine and scenic beaches on Earth. Couples flock from around the world to celebrate their commitment ceremonies to each other on the edge of the warm Pacific. There are so many details to consider when planning your wedding or elopement that choosing a professional wedding planner is an indispensable resource to making your vision real. In our 15 years of experience Marry Me Maui has compiled a list of some of the most important considerations you should discuss with your wedding planner to best experience your elopement or wedding ceremony.



Beach Wedding. Beach weddings, elopements and vow renewals are very popular with our clients for several reasons; the locations are beautiful, there is no additional fee involved in setting up on the beach except for the state permit which we provide, and a casual beach wedding with your toes in the sand is an experience that only a select few get to experience in their lifetimes. While all the beaches in Hawai…

The 3 best reasons to choose Maui for your destination wedding.

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Aloha and happy New Year! As we look forward to 2019 we wanted to take a look at what makes Maui the number one travel destination on the planet and why that makes our beautiful island the perfect place for you Maui wedding or elopement ceremony. You could go anywhere, like Cancun or Belize, but Maui's towering volcanic mountains, verdant rain forests, and warm cerulean sea, make her stand out above the crowd.  _____________________________________________________________________  MAUI KAHU
Maui Kahu Laki Kaahumanu ©Joe D'Alessandro
There are a number of very soulful and spiritual Kahu's (ministers) on Maui. They easily share their mana'o with wedding and elopement couples from around the world. Some will play ukulele during the ceremony as an added gift to your ceremony. The oli (chant) is the ancient Hawaiian method of passing on the stories of the ancestors before a written language. It is also used as a prayer or blessing. Standing in the presence of a true Kanaka …
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Tiffany and Bret went with a semi private venue at Gannon's in Wailea for their December wedding in Maui. Tiffany chose some impeccable features for her ceremony including a beautiful driftwood arch with floral designs by our favorite designer on Maui; Dellables. Charles added the musical component by playing his ukulele and singing some traditional Hawaiian songs. After the ceremony and formal portraits we went down to the beach and caught some sunset photos. A beautiful day with beautiful people. Chill, simple, relaxed. 1-808-385-2247