10 Mar Hawaiian Wedding
Hawaiian wedding: Why they are special?
If you have plans of having a beach wedding, Hawaii is perhaps the best location for you. The gleaming white sands, turquoise blue waters and a spectacular scenery can make any wedding party memorable and exotic. The sprawling beaches of the Hawaiian islands provide ample space for propping wedding rentals and hosting wedding parties.
A professional event planning company, like Rio Event Design, can help you with everything, from party lights to wedding tents, and make the event a hassle-free experience for you. You can be sure of their reliability and services while planning your wedding on the Hawaiian islands. But there’s one thing that you need to decide, the best time to have your Hawaiian wedding. Although the state has a favorable climate throughout the year, there are particular seasons that are ideal for having a wedding there.
When to plan a Hawaiian wedding?
Maui island welcomes people throughout the year, with average temperatures ranging between 75 and 85 degrees. Usually, the southwestern part of the Hawaiian archipelago provides ideal conditions for holding weddings. You can have either a very quite and closed ceremony during off-seasons or have a little more fun with beach-side activities during peak seasons. Either way, you are sure to have one of the most memorable experiences of your life.
Hawaiian springs have frequent rainfall and moderate temperatures ranging between 60 to 85 degrees. Spring is an off-season in Hawaii, but you can hold a quiet wedding without much crowd. This often becomes a good time for a wedding if you have a lower budget because both flight and accommodation prices would be low. Fall is also a quiet time in Hawaii, and you can enjoy your wedding party in pleasantly warm temperatures with very few people.
If you are planning a summer wedding, you are likely to have more fun between May and October. The temperatures are warmer and days are longer during summers, which provide the perfect conditions for holding beach-side festivities. You will surely have a splendid wedding under a starry sky with a balmy breeze blowing from the sea.
However, winter (November to April) is peak season in Hawaii and overbooked hotels and flights may ruin your plan. But you can make your reservations well in advance and escape the cold in northern America. If you want a comfortable beach wedding with some cultural events, winter is the perfect time to plan your Hawaiian wedding.