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Known as the garden island, Kauai offers amazing diversity for the destination wedding couple.  The air smells like flowers and the gentle breezes calm the spirit.  Kauai is for the bride and groom who want a Hawaiian wedding in an exquisite, serene location.

The dramatic coastline meets the sea with secluded beaches on the northern and western shores of the island.  Some are only accessible by helicopter, boat or rigorous hike.  There are plenty of accessible locations as well, including luxurious tropical resorts with all of the services to make planning your wedding a piece of cake.


Quick Facts

  • Time Zone:  Hawaii UTC-10
  • Airport: Lihue
  • Weather: The weather in Kauai is very consistent year round, but varies based on your location on the island.  The island has "micro-climates," with lush spots (typically in the central mountains) as well as dry, arid areas which are generally along the coasts. Temperatures range in the mid 60’s and night and top out in the mid to high 80’s during the day.  August is the warmest month and January is the coolest month.
 Marriage Regulations

Hawaii does not have any residency requirements, there is no waiting period nor do they require any blood test or physical exams.  You can apply for a marriage license at the county clerk’s office and the fee is $60.00 (cash).  Both the bride and groom must be present at the time of application.  You can marry immediately after getting your license, which is good for 30 days from the date of issue.  The minimum age for marrying in Hawaii is 18 and you may need to present your birth certificate as proof of age.  If either person was previously married, the date of divorce or death must be provided.




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