Maui Weddings - Make Your Dream Wedding a Reality
Many couples dream of a Maui wedding, but very few actually make it a reality. Most people think it will be to difficult to plan, too expensive, and just too much work. However, if you do a little research, you will find out that Maui weddings can be easy to organize and reasonably affordable, not to mention amazing. Maui weddings are truly a once in a lifetime, spectacular experience.
When it comes to planning for a Maui wedding, there are a number of great hotels and locations to hold the event. If you are simply looking for a low key wedding, you can find a celebrant and be married virtually anywhere. If are planning a large, organized affair then you should consider contracting one of the many wedding planning services in Maui. A wedding planning service will help in planning every aspect of your wedding from the ceremony to the reception and everything in between.
The Maui Prince Hotel, located on Maui’s southwestern coast of Makena, is one of the top spots for Maui weddings. This hotel specializes in weddings, so they every resource to make it perfect. The hotel staff will even help organize your wedding video, photography, limo hire, cake, reception, and more. It offers several different locations to exchange vows, all of which are beautiful. Some of the most popular outdoor options include a courtyard wedding, a beachfront wedding, or even a beautiful koi pond wedding. If you would prefer an indoor location, than 5200 square foot Prince Ballroom is a perfect spot, capable of holding up to 500 people. The ballroom also makes for a great spot to hold a reception for Maui weddings.
A beach wedding in Maui is what many envision when they make Maui wedding plans. Since Maui has so many fantastic beaches, this is not surprising. The question is, which beach should you choose? Most Maui weddings held on the beach take place in west Maui on the sands of Ka’anapali, Kahana, Kapalua, Napili, and Lahaina.
South Maui beaches also make for great wedding spots, especially the beaches of Wailea, Kihei, Makena, and Ma’alaea. South Maui also tends to get less rain than west Maui, so the chance of a wet wedding is reduced. If a secluded beach was more of what you had in mind, you might want to consider Molokai Island. Molokai is considered by many to be the premier wedding destination in all of Hawaii because it is so secluded. Whichever location you choose, it will surely be an unforgettable experience as all Maui weddings are!