- 7 years ago
- Wedding: February 2012
Could you do the luau on the night of your wedding instead? Or if not, I don’t think you need the entertainment twice.
I don’t want to threadjack your post, but I am super interested in your wedding because I am also from Canada (BC) and am planning to have a wedding in Maui. I am just in the early stages, still trying to research, but I would love to know if there’s a company you’re using, if you’re getting married on the beach and at what time of day, and what you’re doing for a reception! If you have any tips I would love it if you could PM me! Anything at all!
Hey MademoiselliL, I was born & raised in Vancouver!
I definitely recommend finding a beachfront vacation rental for your wedding, especially if it is a smaller wedding. Hotels in Hawaii gauge the crap out of you, and you can do it in a nice house. We’re sharing the cost of our “venue” with our friends by staying in the house for 4 days. We’re getting a caterer and I will be having someone do some event styling for us as well. I am definitely liking the control I have doing it by myself, thought one thing you have to consider is that everyone works off of “Island Time”. I am very accustomed to emailing someone and getting a response back right away, you will find it very normal to not get replies back to your emails 2.. 3.. 4 weeks after you emailed them. They are just so laid back (in this case bad, but they don’t drop the ball), so you have to be patient and accepting that it’s just the way they work.
I would be happy to provide you with more information 🙂
I would keep it simple. Sometimes too much is just too much. You don’t need any entertainment on your day.
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