31 Mar Avoiding Bad Dates for Your Hawaiian Wedding
Selecting the right date for your wedding can be time-consuming and nerve-racking. There are several working parts to consider which could play a part in your selection process, such as:
- Family and friends. If you are planning to share your special day with those you love, you will obviously need to pick a date that works well for your group.
- Wedding theme. The weather in Hawaii is pretty moderate; however, summers do have occasional sweltering peaks during the day. This is important to consider if you are going to have an outdoor wedding.
- Budget. If you are trying to cut down the costs of your wedding, you’ll definitely want to plan your date carefully (we’ll discuss more about this below).
Over the years, our team at Hawaiian Style Event Rentals has acquired a knowledge of the islands and weddings. If you want an incident-free and relaxing wedding, you may want to avoid the dates below.
Spring Break Madness
Unless you enjoy large crowds of young college-aged individuals everywhere, you may want to try a different time for your wedding. Traffic can come to a screeching halt on the islands during Spring Break and finding accommodations (particularly quiet romantic ones) could be nearly impossible. Newlyweds will likely find it difficult to explore and enjoy the island atmosphere during the crowded party atmosphere during these dates.
If you want to significantly increase the costs of your wedding, choose a holiday wedding. Rate increases will include hotels, catering, flights, entertainment, and local events. Demand for all services during the holidays skyrockets throughout the islands. To stay within a budget cross-off all major holidays including local Hawaiian cultural days which also attract a lot of tourists.
Need additional advice for your wedding, especially about items rental? Feel free to reach out to us!