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  • Assistance obtaining marriage license ( fee to state not included)
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  • Decorative Certificate - Personalized Marriage Certificate - included
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    Gannons Restaurant, with its expansive grounds overlooking the Wailea Emerald Golf Course and the Wailea coastline in South Maui, offers up several great locations for wedding ceremonies and receptions. Gannons Restaurant also maintains a wedding site perched high above Wailea at the upper edge of the Emerald course called the "Molokini Lookout". This site with it's panoramic views is especially beautiful during early morning or sunset hours.

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    Once the residence of the Pioneer Sugar Mill's plantation manager, Olowalu Plantation House is the perfect location for your private wedding ceremony and reception. The home is separated from the ocean by a very large well manicured lawn perfect for hosting almost any sized reception. Enjoy the fabulous sunsets then dance under the stars or just relax on the veranda of this gracious plantation style home. Dressing and bathroom facilities are available for the wedding party inside the home. Guest bathrooms are located next to the house. Kitchen facilities are also available for caterers. Olowalu Plantation is definitely our favorite private location for weddings and receptions. We are the Olowalu specialists!
We love beach weddings! However, you must be willing to take certain risks based on the following facts:
  1. All beaches in the entire State of Hawaii are public.
  2. There is no such thing as a "Private Beach".
  3. If selecting a beach only wedding location, please be prepared for the possibility of sunbathers, other weddings and inclement weather. We will do our best to provide our clients with secluded beach areas that provide the best privacy possible.
  4. The State of Hawaii's Department Of Land And Natural Resources now requires a "right of entry" permit for weddings on the beach. This so far has been an easy and fairly inexpensive process, however this is subject to change at any time. They have also banned weddings on Ka'anapali Beach. Contact us for the latest information regarding Hawaii beach permits.
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    Adjacent to the Maui Prince hotel in Makena. The large grassy park is accented with coconut palms and other foliage. Restroom facilities are available. Weddings are performed either on the grassy peninsula cliff area with the beach and ocean in the background, or on the white sand beach.
    New Virtual Tour: South Maluaka Beach

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    Located south of Big Beach in Makena. This small white sand beach is bordered by lava rock outcroppings on either side. Since this spot is becoming popular for wedding ceremonies, please be prepared to share the beach with other people.
    New Virtual Tour: Makena Cove

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    Located in front of the Makena Surf condominiums in Makena. This big beach is the perfect spot for your off the beaten path wedding. A cement walkway takes you through a tropical garden on your way to the beach through the resort past an ancient Hawaiian Heiau.

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    Located in Wailea just South of the Kea Lani Hotel, Palauea Beach is a large white sand beach with 180 degree views of Kaho'olawe, Molokini and the West Maui Mountains. Since the beach is not by hotels and not listed on visitor maps, it affords a more private setting.

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    Located in Wailea on the south end of the Renaissance Resort. This is a beautiful beach popular with scuba divers and surfers. Restroom facilities are available. Weddings can be performed either on the coconut palms lined grassy hill or on the large white sand beach.

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    Located at the beach area between the Grand Wailea Resort and the Four Seasons Resort. Restroom facilities are available. Weddings can be performed either on the grassy hill overlooking the large white sand beach with ocean and west Maui mountains as a background or on the sand.

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    Located between Wailea and Makena. This is a large white sand beach with incredible views of West Maui, Lanai, Kahoolawe and Molokini islands. Parking is available in a gravel parking area. A climb over a small rock hill is required to access this beach. Lava rock coves & points offer a beautiful secluded setting.
    New Virtual Tour: Po'olenalena Beach

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    Located 15 minutes north of the resort area of Kaanapali, Kapalua Bay was voted the number one beach in America by Travel Age Magazine three years in a row. This beautiful white sand beach features views of Molokai, Lanai, a picturesque coconut tree covered peninsula in the background and adjacent coconut grove.

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    Located just north of the Ritz Carlton Kapalua Resort. This very large white sand beach boasts stunning views of Molokai Island. There are park facilities including picnic tables, showers, and restrooms. Lots of parking is available and there is easy access to the beach.

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    Located south of the Ritz Carlton Kapalua Resort. A concrete walkway takes you down to this extremely large white sand beach with magnificant views of Molokai island across the channel. This location has convenient parking and is perfect for larger wedding parties.

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    The Maui Tropical Plantation is situated on 60 acres in the town of Waikapu. What better place to celebrate a wedding than in a tropical garden, surrounded by exotic flowers, with the spectacular West Maui mountain range as a backdrop! The Garden Gazebo overlooks the sparkling lagoon and makes a perfect setting for memorable wedding photos. A full service restaurant located on site can accommodate your catering / reception plans. A great one-stop location.

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    Established in 1968, the Kula Botanical Garden is Maui's first scenic, educational and native Hawaiian plant reserve. The garden is located on a unique six acre site featuring proteas, orchids, bromeliads and native plants, as well as a large collection of familiar and unusual specimens from around the world. The elevation is 3,300 feet above sea level on the western slope of Haleakala. You will find waterfalls, ponds, rock formations and outstanding views of Maui's central valley. Price shown is an estimate since this location charges a per person fee.

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    ST. Theresa Church is located in central Kihei. It is a semi-rotund contemporary design and has a capacity of over 600. The interior of the church is semi-circular around the altar. The floor is gently sloped toward the altar for better viewing. The stained glass windows depict the Hawaiian Islands and are decorated with island flowers - plumeria and hibiscus blossoms. The furnishings are crafted from Hawaiian koa wood. The carving of Jesus on the cross was created by Sam Ka'ai, a renowned Hawaiian sculptor, who created Jesus with Polynesian features. The massive Ohia log for the crucifix was brought to Maui from the island of Hawaii. Prior coordination and approval by the Catholic church is necessary.

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    Maria Lanakila Catholic church is located on Waine'e street in the old whaling town of Lahaina. The arrival of Roman Catholic priests in Hawaii in 1846 was not viewed favorably by other religious denominations. There was a continual rift between Protestants and Catholics, but with the support of influential American and French citizens, the first Catholic church was built on this site in 1856, with a larger building dedicated in 1858. With the arrival of Portuguese and Filipino laborers, Catholicism became the largest denomination in the islands. The present church is a replica of the 1858 building.

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    Founded in 1832 and built in 1855, this rural church is located on a tranquil oceanside site in the town of Makena. The walls of this Protestant church are 3-feet thick and made of lava using coral as mortar. The Hawaiians planted ti plants around the church, which according to custom, provides protection from evil. The church sits on a beautiful cove and overlooks the ocean. Rev. Kealahou Alika is the Kahu or Pastor at this church. A meeting between Kahu Alika and the couple is required prior to the wedding date. The fee now includes a ceremony musician.

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    St John's is a small Church located at 3000' elevation on the northwestern slope of Haleakala in peaceful, tranquil Keokea. Here you will find cool breezes and spectacular views of West Maui and the central valley area. The church was founded in 1900 by a group of Chinese immigrants. The present structure was finished in 1907 and was used both as a church and a Chinese language school. The church's pipe organ is by the famous Oberlinger Organ Company.



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    1. To commence ceremony, bride or bridal party will be escorted from desired location to actual wedding site by Torch Maiden and Conch Shell Blower/Dancer with Drummer accompaniment halfway through procession. The Conch Shell Blower/Dancer begins the procession by blowing the conch shell three(3) times to announce the commencement of the ceremony.
    2. If Solo Hawaiian Guitarist is present, after ring exchange, the Torch Maiden /Hula Dancer will perform the traditional "Hawaiian Wedding Song" dance while this special song is sung.
    3. At conclusion of ceremony, Conch Shell Blower/Dancer will blow the conch shell three times and the trio will then perform the formal drum dance of Tahiti, the "Tahitian Otea," to announce the celebration of marriage.
    4. This is a wonderful presentation that the bride and groom always enjoy and their guests never forget.
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    The Single Orchid Lei is available in white or lavender.

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    The Tuberose lei is very fragrant and is used alone or as an accent to other lei choices.

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    The Plumeria flower, also known as Frangipani is very fragrant and delicate. Colors are White with yellow center or various shades of pink and purple. They are in season mainly March through November.

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    The fragrant white tuberose can be combined with rose buds to ad an accent color to your lei.

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    A very delicate blossom with no noticeable fragrance. Yellow with orange accents.

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    With twice as many orchids as the single orchid lei, the double orchid lei has a noticeably fuller appearance.

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    The Ohai Ali'i lei was only worn by royalty. It blooms on a tree and the blossoms are unscented. The lei has an almost 'fluffy' appearance sometimes resembling a feather lei. Pictured here is the vibrant red and orange variety. It is also available in pure yellow.

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    One of the most fragrant of all the flower leis. The white ginger blossoms are woven and tied together forming a fragrant band of blossoms that lays flat. They are very fragile and will not last for more than 3 to 5 hours if not refrigerated.

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    The Mauna Loa orchid lei is made from vanda orchids with their outer petals removed. The flowers are then strung in an alternating patern to form a very full looking lei. Available only in lavender.

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    The "Christina" orchid lei is made up of nearly 1000 very closely placed dendrobium orchid petals giving it a full almost feathery look. They are available in all white, white with lavender edges, and all lavender.

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    The Puakenikeni flower is a delicate rare seasonal blossom. The brilliant yellow/orange blossoms are strung together forming a very stunning lei. The resounding memorable fragrance will never be forgotten!

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    The very fragrant and delicate Pikake blossom was the favorite of Hawaii's Princess Ka'i'ulani. Availability is seasonal.

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    The single Orchid Lei is available in white or lavender.

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    The Tuberose lei is very fragrant and is used alone or as an accent to other lei choices.

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    The Plumeria flower, also known as Frangipani is very fragrant and delicate. Colors are White with yellow center or various shades of pink and purple. They are in season mainly March through November.

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    The Ti Leaf Lei is made from the leaf of the Ti plant which is prepared and twisted into a "rope". Dark green in color, this lei can be used to accent other lei choices or alone.

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    In ancient times, the Kukui Nut was held in high regard and was reserved, to be worn by the ali`i (reigning chiefs of Hawaii). Today, kukui nut leis are by far the most popular lei "hua" (seed or nut lei) in Hawaii. They are worn by both men and women. The kukui nuts are finished and polished and will last for years. To keep the luster of this seed lei you can lightly massage a little baby oil or cocoa butter until their luster is restored. Available in black or brown. White is also available for an additional charge.In ancient times, the Kukui Nut was held in high regard and was reserved, to be worn by the ali`i (reigning chiefs of Hawaii). Today, kukui nut leis are by far the most popular lei "hua" (seed or nut lei) in Hawaii. They are worn by both men and women. The kukui nuts are finished and polished and will last for years. To keep the luster of this seed lei you can lightly massage a little baby oil or cocoa butter until their luster is restored. Available in black or brown. White is also available for an additional charge.

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    The Ti Leaf Lei is made from the leaf of the Ti plant which is prepared and twisted into a "rope". The 'Maile Style' Ti Leaf lei has a fuller appearance with the addition of ti leaf strips which resemble maile leaves. Dark green in color, this lei can be used to accent other lei choices or alone.

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    Once reserved for the Hawaiian Royalty, the Maile Lei is fashioned from the Maile vine which grows only in the upper elevations of the rainforest. The leaves and thin bark are stripped from the woody center and entwined together to form a lei which is usually worn open-ended. The fragrance of the Maile is delicate and sweet.

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    For this lei the Maile and Pikake leis are twisted together to form a lei with striking visual contrast and an incredibly sweet fragrance. This combination is very popular amongst the locals for very special occasions.

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    The Maile and Tuberose leis are entwined to form a fragrant and beautiful lei combination appropriate for very special occasions. The Tuberose blossom is not as delicate as the Pikake blossom and therefore will last a bit longer.

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