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4 Reasons the Big Island of Hawaii Is a Perfect Place for Weddings August 27, 2018

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4 Reasons the Big Island of Hawaii Is a Perfect Place for Weddings, Hilo, Hawaii

Having a destination wedding offers an opportunity to invite your guests to take a vacation and celebrate love in a unique location with delicious catering. Plus, after the ceremony and reception, you can immediately start the honeymoon without having to travel anywhere. If you’re considering a tropical paradise for the big day, head to Hawaii. Below, you’ll find four benefits of hosting a wedding on the big island.

Host Your Wedding on Hawaii to Enjoy These 4 Benefits

1. Beautiful Weather

Hawaiian temperatures typically range from 50 to 100 degrees Fahrenheit, with an average daily temp between 70 and 80 degrees. If you like it hot, host your wedding between May and October, when the sun is bright and there is little rain. Those looking to escape the mainland cold of the holiday season may hold their event during the winter. While this time is considered the wet season, that typically means short showers followed by brilliant sunshine and rainbows.

2. Incredible Venues

catering Hilo HIWhether you host the wedding at an open-air hotel or a beautiful park, your guests will love the chance to enjoy this tropical paradise. Also, if your nuptials will be religious consider having the ceremony at a local church before heading to an outdoor luau reception to enjoy a pig roast on the beach.

3. Diverse Catering

Hawaii features a mix of cultures from Japanese and Chinese to Filipino and Hawaiian. Your island wedding could feature comfort food dishes like chicken, meatballs, and BBQ or go a little more exotic with tofu, fresh sushi, and namasu. The large selection of potential catering options also features custom platters that can be dropped off for the reception, making the food a no-brainer so you can concentrate on creating memories.

4. Fun Style

Take the island theme to the next level at your wedding with tropical style. Wear a lacy crochet dress or linen suit to keep it semi-traditional, or embrace the beach and don your favorite trunks or bikini. Make sure you have some local leis on hand for guests to bring some colorful flowers into the ceremony. Choose other island blooms like hibiscus and bird of paradise for bouquets and boutonnieres to make the most of the destination. 

 

To hire a reliable, friendly catering crew contact Kawamoto Store in Hilo, HI, for your wedding event. They have been in business for over 70 years and offer budget-friendly, delicious food that your guests will love. To learn about their special occasion catering services call (808) 935-8209. Visit the website for information on their full menu.

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