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How to get married in Hawaii?

Imagine getting married on a beach and standing next to the most important person in your life.  Truly, there is no better place to say “I do,” than in paradise.  How do we get there?  The process is easier than you think! Requirements.  As part of the Marriage equality act, a couple of any gender…

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Romantic escapes and destination weddings go hand in hand!

Romantic escapes and destination weddings go hand in hand!  Now, add fabulously warm weather, all year round, beautiful sunsets, and the beach and you have a slice of paradise. Why go to Oahu? Its the most lively of the Hawaiian island chain and there is a little bit of excitement for everyone. For example, if…

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Walk through of the BIG day!

Getting Ready Bride’s hair: One hour. “This gives enough time to get it right and make any tweaks or changes from the trial run,” said hair stylist Kacee Geoffroy. Bride’s makeup: 45 to 60 minutes, depending on the makeup style the bride selects, according to makeup artist Erica of 10.11 Makeup. Bridesmaids’ hair: 30 minutes…

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Example Photography Timeline

Photography Timeline   Photographer Arrives 30 minute cushion time Getting Ready Photos 1 hour to 1 ½ hours Dress, Rings, and Adornments Groom & Groomsmen Get Ready Photos Bride & Bridesmaid Get Ready Photos “First Look” Photos 20 minutes Travel to Ceremony Site 30 minutes to 1 hour (15 minutes if on site) Ceremony Photos…

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How long is a normal wedding?

Average Wedding Timeline Breakdown   Getting Ready 1-2 hours Includes travel time to ceremony site. Ceremony 30 minutes to 1 hour Depending on the customs, complexity, and size of the wedding party. Post Ceremony Couple, Wedding Party, and Family Photos 1 to 2 hours Depending on the size of the wedding party and families. Reception…

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The Complete Wedding Planning Guide

10–12 Months To Go Work out your budget and establish your top priorities—where to save/where to splurge. Find Ideas. Start browsing our Real Weddings, Pinterest, bridal blogs and magazines to identify your wedding style and color palette. Oh, you’re already doing that? Yeah. Compile your preliminary guest list (you’ll need that guest count!). Choose your wedding party—who…

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