Wedding Planners Mililani HI

This page provides useful content and local businesses that can help with your search for Wedding Planners. You will find helpful, informative articles about Wedding Planners, including "Summer Lovin’" and "It’s a Nice Day for a Green Wedding!". You will also find local businesses that provide the products or services that you are looking for. Please scroll down to find the local resources in Mililani, HI that will answer all of your questions about Wedding Planners.

Nichole Weddings & Events
(808) 225-1921
95-1107 Koolani Drive #228
Mililani, HI
Pacific Aisles
(808) 487-2431
98-1123 Kaonohi Street
Aiea, HI
'Ohe Events
(808) 753-2595
45-1118 Haleloke Pl
Kaneohe, HI
Imua Productions
(808) 235-4181
P.O. Box 6659
Kaneohe, HI
Hawaii Elite Events
(808) 220-8874
45-116 Mokulele Dr.
Kaneohe, HI
Nightclubs Direct
(808) 554-4430
98-323 Ponohana Pl
Aiea, HI
Finishing Touch
(808) 677-1536
91-1010B Kalehuna Street
Kapolei, HI
Chic Soiree
(808) 224-7779
PO Box 886
Kaneohe, HI
Gourmet Events Hawaii
(808) 735-7788
PO Box 2714
Honolulu, HI
Wakiki Massage
(877) 644-3209
1120 3 Rd Avenue
Honolulu, HI

It’s a Nice Day for a Green Wedding!

As wedding season approaches, I thought I would share some pearls of wisdom with bubbling brides-to-be; ) As some of you may or may not know, I was a wedding and event planner for many years. And as of a few months ago, I planned & put on my own wedding! I took what I learned over my years in the biz and put it all together with our limited budget to host the most eco-friendly and affordable weddings I had ever planned. If I do say so myself, it was quite beautiful and I missed none of the elements that come with a large and expensive event. So I figured I would share some insider tips and secrets with you in the case that you or someone you know is headed down the aisle and is frantic about finances and/or their carbon footprint ; )

  • Plan Ahead & Be Flexible - I’ve planned many weddings within all kinds of time frames. From a couple of years to a couple of weeks. Depending on the size and style of your wedding, you may only need a few months but I typically advise on a year. Especially if you are looking for a specific date or venue, in which case I advise 18 months. This is why I say, be flexible. More often then not, the perfect date and/or venue will not be available at the same time so be sure to have options. And a lot of times, getting 1 and or both come at a premium cost. Consider an off day like a Friday or a Sunday, as well as an off season date. Many venues have lower rates on off days and seasons so try to plan around those dates to get the best possible rate in your dream location. Also, think outside of the box. Traditional venues come with many rules and stipulations that can either jack up the cost of your day or force you to use vendors that aren’t at the top of your list. In my instance, we chose to do our ceremony at a park overlooking the ocean. We had our guests stand, created an aisle with flower petals and let the scenery be our decor. Price tag – $0. Afterward we had some champagne with our guests, sent them on their way to dine and freshen up while we took our photos, making it back home just in time for our backyard reception. Lucky for us we have a fun patio complete with a tiki bar but if you’re looking for affordable, consider asking a friend to use their house or yard for the reception. It can be their wedding gift to you. Stringing up some market lights will do wonders to a backyard, making it look simple and elegant for the cost of dinner & a movie, if not less. We saved time, a ton of money, frustration and added to our eco-karma by not renting chairs or having anything delivered. So again, be flexible with your times, dates, themes, etc. because you may be surprised at how great it turns out if you give yourself some options ; )
  • Pool Your Resources & Get Creative – There are many elements to a wedding: flowers, music, dresses, food, photos, videos and on and on. And having been a part of the wedding world for almost a decade, I will tell you that as...

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Summer Lovin’

If you haven’t noticed, summertime is wedding time. One of my many hats is that of a wedding planner so I definitely get my fill come fall be it from working them or going to them ; ) And it is very difficult to stay healthy at such events but have no fear as the healthy, voyaging, event planner is here to help ; )

The trip is exhausting enough as flights or road trips are an excuse to eat fast and convenient. Then you get to the hotel and eat a nice, expensive, in room meal that is most likely greasy and eaten at an ungodly hour. Fast forward to wedding day where you spent all morning getting ready so all you had was coffee and maybe a starchy bagel. You arrive at the glorious event famished so you gorge on hors d’oeuvres and alcoholic beverages. You pick at your lame and tasteless chicken or fish or for us veggies, cold pasta, and you feel like a cow come the bouquet toss. Sound familiar?

Here are a few tips to keep your trip to, at and from the festivities enjoyable and guilt free:
∗ Pack enough protein bars for the flight/ride, wedding day and trip home. Cliff bars and Luna bars are yummy and Vegan!!
∗ If you are stuck at an airport, there is always a food court that has some kind of place to get a sandwich or a salad that you can order your way. Smoke may come out of the fast food person’s ears but just ask and they will do it with proper instruction. I know it’s easy to run to Mcd’s but take an extra few minutes to scour your terminal. A lot of ports have “Chili’s to gos” now and you can great a salad there or my personal fave, a black bean burger with all the fixin’s (sans cheese). If you are running late, don’t!!! Plan ahead, eat breakfast and get there on time!!
∗At the hotel, try to resist temptation and instead of ordering room service, find the local grocery store, get a cheap cooler and stock up with veggies, fruit and sandwich stuff for dinner and breakfas...

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HI Wedding Laws

The Hawaiian Islands Are Exquisitely Beautiful And Have Stunning Views Of The Pacific Ocean, World-Class Beaches, And Lush Rain Forests. It Is Safe To Say That The Islands Of Hawaii Offer Some Of The Most Stunning And Romantic Backdrops For Unforgettable Wedding Ceremonies In The United States. Thousands Of Happily-Married Couples Have Discovered How Magical It Can Be To Get Married In Or Honeymoon To Hawaii, And You Can Too! Hawaii'S Wedding Laws Features Legal Requirements For Both The Engaged Couple And The Wedding Officiate; A Brief Summary Of Both Are Listed Below. Arguably The Most Important Facet Of Hawaii Wedding Laws For Universal Life Church Monastery Ministers Is That This Tropical State Accepts Online Ordinations From Online Ministries Like Ours. So Thanks To Organizations Like The Ulc Monastery, Which Make It Quick And Easy To Become An Ordained Minister, Everyday People Can Perform Marriage Ceremonies In Hawaii For Their Friends, Family Members, And Even Strangers. Marriage In Hawaii And Honeymoons In Hawaii Have Never Been So Close To Home. Hawaii Marriage License Requirements There Are No State Residency Requirements Or U.S. Citizenship Requirements To Get Married In Hawaii. Blood Tests Are Also Not Required. The State-Mandated Minimum Age Of A Marrying Couple Is 18. Younger Nuptial Couples May Marry With The Approval Of Their Parents And A Family Court. Same Sex Marriages And Marriages Between First Cousins Are Legal In The State Of Hawaii. Proxy Marriages Are Not Allowed. Valid Photo Identification Is Required On The Part Of The Marrying Couple; It Can Be In The Form Of A State-Issued Identification Card, Driver'S License Or Birth Certificate. If Either Party Has Been Married Previously, A Valid Copy Of The Divorce Decree Or Certificate Of Death Must Be Presented To The County Clerk Prior To The Issuance Of A Marriage License If The Divorce Or Death Occurred Within The Last Thirty Days. Please Note That Faxed Copies Of These Documents Are Not Accepted. It Is Always A Prudent Idea To Check With The Local County Clerk Where You Plan On Marrying To Make Sure That He Or She Does Not Require Any Additional County-Specific Documentation. The State Of Hawaii'S Marriage License Costs Approximately $60 And Must Be Completed Within Thirty Days Of The Marriage Ceremony. More Information On Marriage License Requirements May Be Obtained Through An Automated Phone System Set Up By Hawaii'S State Government, 24 Hours A Day, At (808) 586-4545. Wedding Officiate Requirements In Hawaii In Order For A Wedding Officiate To Perform A Legally Binding Wedding Ceremony In Hawaii, He Or She Must Be Registered And Licensed By The Hawaiian Department Of Health. The Law Regarding Who Can Legally Marry A Couple In Hawaii Is Determined By Hawaiian Statute § 572-12. In A Nutshell, This Statute Authorizes An Individual To Perform Marriage Ceremonies If He Or She Is A Priest, Minister Or Officer Of Any Religious Denomination Or Society, And Who Has Been Authorized To Perform Wedding Ceremonies By That Organization. Online Ordinations Through Organizations Like The Universal Life Church Monastery Are Recognized By The State Of Hawaii. An Active Or Retired Justice Or Magistrate Of A State Or Federal Court May Also Perform Wedding Ceremonies. There Are No Residency Requirements For Wedding Officiates, Nor Is An Age Limitation Specified In The Statute. This Means That Universal Life Church Ministers From The Mainland Can Facilitate Marriages In Hawaii Without Any Legal Difficulties. A Wedding Officiate May Set An Agreed Upon Price As Stipulated By Both Parties In Exchange For Performing The Wedding Ceremony. Becoming A Legal Wedding Officiate By Becoming A Pastor Online Will Enable You To Legally Perform Wedding Ceremonies In Hawaii. The Appropriate Documentation Certifying The Solemnization Or Authorization For An Individual To Perform Wedding Ceremonies By His Or Her Denomination, Religious Organization Or Church, Must Be Filed With The Hawaiian Department Of Health. The Documents Required By The The Department Of Health For Those Who Received Online Ordinations From Online Ministries Are Ordination Credentials, Used To Demonstrate Ministerial Status, And A Letter Of Good Standing, Used To Verify That The Minister'S Parent Organization Has Confidence In The Minister'S Ability To Perform Wedding Ceremonies Correctly. More Information May Be Obtained From The Department Of Health By Calling: (808) 586-4540. ?572-12 By Whom Solemnized. A License To Solemnize Marriages May Be Issued To, And The Marriage Rite May Be Performed And Solemnized By Any Minister, Priest, Or Officer Of Any Religious Denomination Or Society Who Has Been Ordained Or Is Authorized To Solemnize Marriages According To The Usages Of Such Denomination Or Society, Or Any Religious Society Not Having Clergy But Providing Solemnization In Accordance With The Rules And Customs Of That Society, A Legislator Or Constitutional Officer Of The State, Or A Member Of The United States Congress Who Represents A District Within The State, While That Person Holds Office, Or Any Justice [Or], Judge, Or Magistrate, Active Or Retired, Of A State Or Federal Court In The State, Upon Presentation To Such Person Or Society Of A License To Marry, As Prescribed By This Chapter. Such Person Or Society May Receive The Price Stipulated By The Parties Or The Gratification Tendered." Same Sex Wedding Law: To Perform A Marriage In Hawaii You Need To Be Ordained And May Be Required To Provide Proof Of Ordination Such As An Ordination Credential , Wallet Credential , Or A Letter Of Good Standing From The Church. Ulc The Monastery'S Foreign Corporation State Filings