Hawaii wedding tips

Hawaii Wedding Tips Part 2 – Why Kauai is the Best Wedding Location in Hawaii

Hawaii wedding tips

Hawaii wedding tips made easy: choose Kauai for its stunning natural beauty for your Hawaiian wedding.

In this, part 2 of our “Hawaii Wedding Tips” series,

we take a look at why Kauai is the most superior of the Hawaiian islands when it comes to beautiful backdrops and stunning locations for your Hawaiian wedding. If you’re choosing Hawaii, you’re probably choosing it to get away, not to get stuck with more traffic and pollution. We at Aloha Ever After passionately believe Kauai is hands down the best place for your wedding, which is why we devoted the second blog article of our Hawaii Wedding Tips series to this important issue.

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So, why Kauai?

Kauai is considered by many to be the most beautiful Hawaiian island. It’s the least developed. There is lush greenery everywhere, beautiful beaches, jungles and waterfalls all very close to wherever you are staying (photos here). The problem with all the other islands is that they are more touristy, so there are more people, more traffic, wider highways, more pollution and in the case of Honolulu, tall skyscrapers which block air flow and make the place stifling hot and humid.

Kauai has incredible natural beauty

You may not get the same kind of nightlife and entertainment options on Kauai as on Oahu or Maui, but the astounding natural beauty of the island will blow you away. Whether you like snorkeling, surfing, hiking, whale watching or swimming, there are so many ways to throw yourself into Kauai’s outdoor life. It will invigorate and enliven you more than the other Hawaiian islands, and what a perfect place for a beach wedding, too!

Like all the Hawaiian islands, Kauai has a wet and dry season

Our Hawaii wedding tips would be incomplete if we forgot to mention that Kauai’s wet or rainy season is the winter, especially on the North Shore around Hanalei. If you’re getting married on Kauai, you may want to choose another season, or if you have to do it in the winter, choose another beach wedding location, such as the South Shore, which is normally dry and sunny year round.

About the Author

Timory McDonaldTimory is the owner, house photographer, on-site coordinator, and founder of Aloha Ever After. She is a world traveler and adventurer. She moved to Kauai in 1999 and loves the island beyond words. After traveling the world she had her option to live wherever she wanted to, and chose to both live and marry on the gorgeous island of Kauai. She is now the mother of two beautiful boys born on Kauai and in her profession she loves to help couples and families make their dream wedding become a reality on this island paradise. She has been a wedding planner and photographer for years. Connect with her on Google+View all posts by Timory McDonald →

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