Debunking Myths about Destination Weddings in Hawaii!
While it may seem daunting to plan your wedding from afar, planning a destination wedding in Hawaii doesn’t have to be time consuming or stressful. There are many destination wedding myths brides ask us about, so we’ll dispel a few of those notions now:
Myth #1: It will be difficult and time consuming planning a wedding in Hawaii from the mainland!
Thanks to modern technology and my commitment to personal attention, it has never been easier to plan your wedding in Hawaii!! Beginning with a personal introductory phone call with me, Chef Christian Jorgensen, I’ll work with you to plan each element of your wedding. I want you to be completely comfortable planning your destination wedding or catered wedding reception in Hawaii! I’ll share the best wedding locations on Maui. Pictures and video of Maui wedding locations and wedding reception venues will make you feel like you are on Maui selecting your wedding location! I’ll introduce you to wedding suppliers of the freshest flower lei for the bride and groom’s traditional wedding lei exchange and to express appreciation of your guests. I’ll help you select and arrange for the bamboo chuppa you’ll get married under and your wedding reception tables with chair rentals. My staff and I are at ease using the latest communication technology to address any questions you have and keep you informed while planning your wedding in paradise. Though I still haven’t figure out how to let you taste and smell the great food we’ll serve at your wedding, I’m available to personally meet with you for live wedding planning consultations (via Google Hangouts, Skype, GoToMeeting or other web conferencing methods) just as you might do if planning a wedding in your hometown.
Myth #2: Guests won’t travel to Hawaii for my wedding.
If you let your friends and family members know you are planning a destination wedding in Hawaii with enough advance notice, you’ll be pleasantly surprised how many of your close friends and family will indeed figure out a way to make the trip to celebrate your wedding in Hawaii. Who wouldn’t want to combine a vacation with a wedding in paradise? There are several ways to increase the likelihood of a good turnout, including selecting a wedding date during traditional air fare off peak periods; planning the wedding to align with popular vacation periods such as out of school breaks when children are included in the guest list; provide your intended guests with travel options for airfare and logding such as all inclusive accommodations or travel packages making it easier for your guests to plan and make their travel arrangements.
Myth #3: Getting Married in Hawaii is Expensive.
It doesn’t have to be expensive to get married on Maui! We help couples plan affordable weddings on Maui. From giving you the latest advice about where to purchase your own liquor for a Maui wedding reception to helping you find the ideal Maui wedding venue suitable for accommodating your wedding guests, we’ll help you stay within your wedding budget. Our suggestions with creative ideas help you enjoy the tropical wedding of your dreams AND stay within your destination wedding budget. Of course, if your dreams and budget allow for an extravagant or exotic wedding on Maui, just name it and we’ll make your Maui wedding dreams come true too! Maybe your dreams include a luau wedding reception complete with hula dancers, Polynesian drummers and fire dancers!!
There are probably more myths about getting married in Hawaii! Do you know any? Please share your destination wedding myths in the comments section below.
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