As we all know Hawaii is not only the ultimate vacation destination but also the most favorite spot to get married. Keoki and I belong to the lucky people who got married on one of the most beautiful Hawaiian beaches surrounded by loving family and friends. Our friend Sarah was leading the wedding walk to the beach playing beautiful tunes on her flute. Sunset was the magical time to exchange our wedding vows and receive the warm wishes from family and friends. The memory of these special moments will always be with us. And if we should forget, there is our Hawaiian wedding video to remind us of our unconditional love.
Here are some basic facts which you should know when getting married in Hawaii. Hawaii has no residency requirements or waiting period. If you are 19 years of age or younger, please bring your birth certificate (American citizens). If this is not your first marriage, no proof of prior divorce is required; however, you will be asked statistical information regarding the divorce. When you request a license information packet from Hawaii, you will receive a form, which you should complete at home. Bring the form along with you, in case your luggage is delayed or misplaced. A marriage license packet includes a License Application Form, and can be obtained by writing: State of Hawaii Department of Health, Marriage License Section, P.O. Box 3378, Honolulu, Hawaii 96801 or by calling (808) 586-4544 or by visiting their website at www.hawaii.gov/doh. Read more on getting married in Hawaii.
Romantic wedding ceremonies on the Big Island of Hawaii are what dreams are made of. The Hawaiian Kona Kohala Coast is ideal for your sunset beach ceremony, whether it is a wedding, a renewal of vows ceremony, a commitment ceremony, or a partners for life ceremony.
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