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Eloping in Hawaii Make Your Dream Weddings on the Beach Come True!


What is Elope Wedding?

 Eloping is a New-style of Wedding for couples who want to choose to celebrate their marriage with just themselves and focus on what both of you want to do.


 Eloping technical definition is running away from your parents or family who are against you getting married to your partner. However, as I mentioned earlier, it has transformed over the years and a bit more nuanced in the wedding term. These days, Elope Wedding is not as uncommon practice or taboo anymore.



For an Elopement Wedding,

You can Incorporate Your Personal Decisions!


 Elopements are more intimate affairs with no guests or a handful of guests. One of the wonderful things about an elopement is there is no right or wrong, so you can blend both traditional and non-traditional elements to make your day exactly what you’ve envisioned. Some prefer an intimate beach setting, others choose a romantic cruise wedding, or a more laid-back style wedding.

The most important is that you follow your own desires to make your day memorable.


How to Elope? What you need for an Elopement Wedding?


For having a wedding in Hawaii, here is what you need:

  • A marriage license (No witnesses required / No blood tests required) You will need to bring a government-issued ID (If you're legally married in your state or country, a marriage license is not needed to have an elopement wedding.)

  • A registered marriage performer to perform your ceremony and file the license, such as officiant, pastor, celebrant, etc. Only state-approved performers can legally marry you and deal with the post-wedding paperwork. You can take a look for a marriage performer by location on the Hawaii State Department of Health Website for your eloping to get married.


*Note: Subject to change, so please make sure to check the latest Marriage Licence information on the Hawaiian Government Website and don’t dismiss the legalities.


*For full info, check out the Hawaii State Department for official instructions and laws before you begin the elopement process.