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Hawaii Destination Weddings

Getting Married on Oahu

If you're dreaming of a colorful and romantic wedding in a tropical paradise, then Oahu, Hawaii, is the place to be. Oahu offers the perfect blend of breathtaking landscapes, cultural richness, and warm hospitality to make your special day truly magical. Home to the capital city, Honolulu, as well as the world-famous Waikiki Beach, Oahu is a popular choice for couples to get married. Wedding guests will enjoy the array of activities at their fingertips - from surfing, hiking, snorkeling or simply sunbathing - there's something for everyone in Oahu. History buffs will especially appreciate the proximity to Pearl Harbor, where you can tour the USS Arizona Memorial.

Top Highlights

  • Pristine beaches
  • Capital city
  • Tropical climate
  • Coral reef
  • Rich history
  • LGBT-friendly

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Oahu Marriage Requirements

Marriage Requirements

To legally get married in Oahu, a US citizen will need to meet the following requirements:

  • Must be at least 18 years old.
  • Provide valid photo identification (driver's license or passport)
  • Obtain a marriage license from the State of Hawaii Department of Health (online or in person) 

Speak with your Certified Destination Wedding Specialist for more information regarding the legal marriage requirements in Oahu.

Wedding Packages in Oahu

Wedding Packages in Oahu

Couples can build their Oahu wedding package to fit their exact vision. Our Certified Destination Wedding Specialists will help you find an onsite wedding coordinator, if your hotel doesn't have one in-house, and then you can build your dream vendor team from there, including your florist, caterer, photographer, DJ, hair and makeup artists, etc. Some hotels in Oahu may offer a bundled wedding package that helps to streamline the planning process.

Travel Tips

Oahu Travel Tips

Travel Documents

US citizens traveling to Oahu do not need a passport for entry, but Canadian citizens do. Speak with your Certified Destination Wedding Specialist for more information or visit travel.state.gov (US citizens) or travel.gc.ca (Canadian citizens).

Language

The official language throughout Hawaii (including Oahu) is English, though some locals will also speak their native Hawaiian language.

Currency & Tipping

The official currency in Oahu is the US Dollar, and major credit cards are accepted throughout the island. Tipping is appreciated at hotels, restaurants and during tourist activities/excursions.

Things To Do on Oahu

Oahu Attractions

Attractions & Activities

  • Hike to Manoa Falls
  • Explore Waikiki Beach
  • Snorkel at Hanauma Bay
  • Visit Diamond Head State Monument
  • Experience a traditional Hawaiian luau
  • Tour to USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor

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Oahu Wedding Planning FAQs

How much does a destination wedding cost in Oahu, Hawaii?
The cost of a destination wedding in Oahu depends on a number of varying factors, including but not limited to where you’re flying from, where you want to stay, when you want to get married, how many guests will attend and more. Our Certified Destination Wedding Specialists can assist in building you a personalized quote based on these details.
When is the best time of year to get married in Oahu, Hawaii?
Oahu enjoys a pleasant climate year-round, but the best time of year for a wedding is during the dry season, from April to October. This ensures a lower chance of rainfall and more opportunities for outdoor celebrations.
How do I plan a wedding in Oahu, Hawaii?
The first step to planning a destination wedding in Oahu is to draft a budget and initial guest list. From there, our Certified Destination Wedding Specialists can help with the rest of the planning process, including:
Selecting the perfect hotel, venue and package Confirming your wedding date Securing a group room block at your chosen hotel Booking the travel arrangements for you and your guests Planning any activities or excursions Finalizing the day-of details with your onsite coordinator
We’ll be with you every step of the way to ensure your Oahu destination wedding comes to life exactly as you vision it.

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