Aloha means more than just "Hello" in Hawaii. It's also a way of life that encompasses a friendly, welcoming attitude. Hawaii is a dream destination for a Wedding or Honeymoon, from the ocean to mountain peaks, the scenery is breathtaking and the people are incredibly friendly and relaxed.
Hawaii offers plenty of choice for elegance, privacy and intimacy so you can enjoy your Wedding or Honeymoon with the people who matter.
Each island offers its own unique hot spots and quiet areas, allowing you to choose your ideal setting, whether it's a party atmosphere on Waikiki or the tranquil ambience of a Kauai Rainforest.
Most weddings in Hawaii are semi-formal or casual. A beach wedding is the most popular and there are plenty of public and private beachfront locations
on each of the islands where you can find oceanfront space for just the two of you and an officiant or a whole party of guests to watch you exchange vows.
For beautiful colours and scents, add a traditional Hawaiian touch to your wedding and include local flowers such as Pikake, Haku and Plumeria to a Bouquet, Boutonniere or Lei Garland. If sand between your toes isn't for you, most hotels have options for weddings within their gardens or venues for more formal receptions as well.
Whether you’re a native New Yorker or a visitor, there’s nothing like the view from Top of the Rock. You can marry at the top of the iconic Rockefeller Centre on 5th avenue with the stunning Manhattan skyline as your backdrop.
Say ‘I Do’ 70 stories above street level with 360 degree views of Manhattan.
Experience the exhilaration and romance of views of the sweeping green of Central Park to the Empire State Building. Nowhere else can you see the New York City skyline so spectacularly.
If you're looking for a fairy tale wedding in New York, it's hard to beat Central Park as a locale.
Many of the Park's areas are just perfect for romance and charm, providing the perfect place for a stroll down the aisle.
Are weddings legally recognised overseas?
Weddings in USA are recognised as legal worldwide.
What documents are required
to get married in the usa?
Every state has its own rules but as a general guideline, you will be required to provide your Passports, Birth Certificates, Death Certificate (of past spouses if applicable) or a copy of the Decree Absolute if divorced.
How do I apply for a marriage license?
Again depends on the state, but you need to have a completed marriage application and valid identification for both parties in the form of drivers licenses, government- issued non driver’s ID, or passport. The Marriage license can be issued the same day you apply.
Are wedding packages
We have a variety of all-inclusive packages along with extras
to suit all budgets and needs for your special day. Please contact us for further information.
What options do we have for locations?
You have a variety of options, from resorts, to one of the many chapels in Vegas, to barefoot on the beach in Hawaii.
Are there group travel discounts available?
Wedding parties frequently qualify for group travel discounts depending on the size of the group. Please contact us for your personalised quote.
How many days before should
It is recommended that you arrive a couple of days before your wedding. This will allow time to finalise plans.
Whether it's eloping for a secret rendezvous or planning an elaborate ceremony for hundreds of your family and friends, there is no place quite like Las Vegas to make it official.
Part of the allure of getting married in Vegas is that it offers the ultimate freedom of choice, ranging from Elvis presiding over a 24-hour drive-through Chapel to a lavish soiree at one of the world's premier resorts. Additionally, Las Vegas has minimal legal requirements and no waiting period, making "quickie" weddings an attractive possibility.
Nearly every major casino resort in Las Vegas has its own unique wedding chapel, offering simple celebrations or elaborate affairs of every
taste and budget.
Home of the original Elvis ceremony and right on Las Vegas Boulevard, Graceland Wedding Chapel has helped many celebrities tie the knot, including Jon Bon Jovi, Billy Ray Cyrus, Jay Leno, Johnny Depp and Salma Hayek.
Become husband and wife atop the High Roller at The LINQ Promenade, the tallest observation wheel in the world offering stunning views of the destination for the lucky couple and 38 guests.
Say “je t’aime” atop the Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas. This intimate ceremony includes the couple and their 12 closest friends and family, 460 feet above the Las Vegas Strip on the tower’s observation deck. Couples can also select a guitarist or violinist to accompany their special day.
The first traveling pop-up wedding company in the United States, Downtown Las Vegas’ Flora Pop is a delightful and easy way to “get hitched.” Pick the place and Flora Pop will send “The Teardrop” - a built-by-hand mobile chapel, modelled after a 1950's Kenskill Trailer complete with a neon sign reading “SURE” and an abundance of flowers.
A Special Memory Wedding Chapel, located in Downtown Las Vegas, features the world-famous drive-thru window for "quickie" weddings. Ceremonies presided over by Elvis impersonators are available upon request. This chapel also offers traditional weddings and adventure weddings at nearby scenic locations.
A Little White Wedding Chapel, known around the world as one of the most famous places to marry, has been the site of numerous celebrity weddings, including Frank Sinatra and Mia Farrow, Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. and Michael Jordan.
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