Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Elopements on the Big Island of Hawaii – A New Trend

Mahukae male … Elope Hawaiian Style

Elope now, have the party later! Escape to Hawaii with your fiancĂ©, enjoy your wedding in paradise and let the honeymoon begin. 

Package your elopement along with your honeymoon and eliminate the process of sifting though endless wedding details and instead, trim your budget! There are many unique sites on the Big Island of Hawaii for just the two of you to say your vows: on the white sand beaches or black lava coves of Kikaua Point, Kukio or Puako, aboard a small yacht or outrigger canoe launching at sunset out of Keahou Bay, at a quaint island-style Chapel, or nestled in the cloud forest of coffee country as an escape to the quaint village of Holualoa, just 20 minutes by car from the Kona Airport.  

A quintessential Hawaiian setting and romantic escape, Holualoa Inn has become a popular destination for elopements on The Big Island. Even when you elope, you still need a little help with the details and our team quietly goes about that task.  The details for your wedding day are created “in house” so you are able to enjoy every moment of your vacation without the need for negotiations with caterers and vendors.

Imagine … there is no pressure to select your wedding site, no waitlist for a venue. Arrive on the island, take a short drive to Holualoa Inn, walk the vast estate and choose your favorite location for the sharing of your vows. Go barefoot on the Great Lawn with sweeping views of the Kona Coast or nestle in at the Blue Jade Garden. You can say, “I do” from our Rooftop Gazebo or on the Lanai of our Zen Buddha Garden. If you dreamed of a rustic setting, meander up to The Red Barn or down to the pink plumeria-lined pasture.

Elopement options may be simple or extensive and Holualoa Inn’s innkeepers are experienced in customizing events, using our resources and local partners off property.

End your special day at Holualoa Inn as the sun sets majestically, offering rainbow vistas of the Kona Coast.



Innkeeper Holualoa Inn

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