The Hawaiian Islands, Hawaii, is home to some of the world’s most beautiful beaches and scenery in the world and is widely recognized as a leading romantic wedding destination.​

Each of the Hawaiian Islands has its own unique charm, breathtaking locations and luxurious five-star resorts. The mild and sunny year-round Hawaiian climate, the spiritual power of the ocean and the awe-inspiring lush scenes of Hawaii help to create a memorable and profound wedding experience.
The options for a wedding, or male 'ana, in Hawaii are diverse and plentiful. From the simple to the sublime, any type of creative celebration is possible. Choose formal or casual island-style aloha attire, or be casual in bathing suits and flip-flops!

Whether a union is celebrated on Oahu, Kauai, Maui, Lanai, Molokai or the Big Island of Hawaii, couples are provided with the opportunity to enjoy a memorable wedding experience, honeymoon and vacation at the same time.

Picturesque wedding venues. Perfect weather. Gorgeous sunsets. Intimate and unforgettable. Hawaii.

Oahu, the Gathering Place, is home to Waikiki Beach, Honolulu, Pearl Harbor, Diamond Head, world famous surfing beaches on the North Shore and approximately 80 percent of Hawaii's population. Oahu offers a nice balance of a tropical paradise and urban city as a place of gathering.

Elvis Presley made the beautiful ‘Hawaiian Wedding Song’ famous in the movie 'Blue Hawaii', filmed in Kauai in 1961. Kauai, receives about 460 inches of rain every year providing beautiful, lush greenery that is abundant throughout the Garden Island.

Maui is known as the Valley Isle and sits between two mountains, Haleakala to the east and the West Maui mountains to the west. Nearly all of central Maui is no more than 200 feet above sea level, while Haleakala reaches to more than10,000+ feet above sea level.

While you can find pineapples on most of the Hawaiian Islands, Lanai has become synonymous with the fruit because of its island-wide plantations. At one point, the Pineapple Isle produced about 75-percent of the world’s pineapple.

Hawaii, the Big Island, is the largest of all the Hawaiian Islands. Best known for Kilauea, the world’s most active volcano, lava flows from the volcano continue to expand the island.

The weather in Hawaii is warm and sunny with temperatures averaging in the 70s and 80s, with occasional tropical storms or rain showers throughout the year. Although there is more chance of rain in the winter months, November through March, it can rain at any time on any day throughout the year.

No keia la, no keia po, a mau loa. From this day, from this night, forever more, happily ever after begins in Hawaii.
Elegant evenings under the stars, brilliant blue skies, and emerald green palm trees set the stage for a chic desert wedding set against a stunning mountain backdrop.

Weddings in Palm Springs capture the essence and style of Hollywood regency, desert modernism, old world glamour and romantic Spanish hideaways. Palm Springs features lively and colorful flowers, vegetation, cool mid-century architecture and modern glam.

Palm Springs is like no place else.

Elegant evenings under the stars, brilliant blue skies and emerald green palm trees set the stage for a chic desert wedding offset by a stunning mountain backdrop.

Palm Springs offers unforgettable wedding venue, along with mountain views in every direction, more than 350 days of sunshine, championship golf courses, luxurious spas, award winning restaurants, and the healing energy of the warm southern California desert sun.

The Rat Pack lived, loved and played here. It just doesn’t get any better than that. Stars such as Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope and Lucille Ball all built homes here, adding a touch of stardust to the desert oasis.

The best seasons for weddings are spring and fall, although couples may be subject to higher rates during the April weekends that coincide with the Coachella Music and Stagecoach Festivals. Although evening temperatures are normally cooler in February and March, the daytime temperatures are warm and pleasant. Winter temperatures average in the 70s with nights in the mid-40s.
If there’s one uncontrollable thing that stresses brides, it is the weather. So, a place where it’s eternally spring should sound like a desirable proposition for a destination wedding.

That place, where free-flowing tequila, vivid flowers and festive music also happen to be in plentiful supply, is San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
This beautiful and enchanting colonial city is not on the ocean, but you’ll forget all about the beach when you see a sunset here. There’s also the amazingly colorful, lively and memorable tradition of the callejoneada post-ceremony wedding parade, and if you like fun even just a little bit you’d be crazy not to include one in your big day.

Think giant customized mojiganga puppets, mariachis or a local band, locals on stilts and traditional garb, paper stars and maybe a flower- and booze-laden donkey for good measure. Imagine the excitement exiting an evening of celebration through an arch of sparklers and then being met by a horse-drawn carriage that will transport you through the empty cobblestone streets of San Miguel to your villa or private retreat.

Indeed, this is not a place to get married if you have no interest in intertwining a little bit of local culture and tradition into your wedding. It doesn’t have to be during the wedding ceremony or reception, but even weaving some of the color or delectable food into a rehearsal dinner is attractive to many. Margaritas and Champagne can be served as guests watch one of the many gorgeous sunsets over the city. Bacon, egg, and cheese breakfast tacos are a wonderful late-night snack to serve to revelers. The cuisine in San Miguel is oriented towards both foodies and those with a less sensitive palette. Be adventurous and schedule exclusive tequila tastings and a sunrise hot air balloon ride over this magical city.

In the surrounding areas there are organic farms, lavender fields, cactus preserves, thermal baths and hundreds of hidden-away Edens behind thick carved wooden doors, making the possibilities for a venue almost unlimited.
​One of the most beautiful things about getting married is the destination itself.

Santa Barbara wedding locations range from expansive ocean views to the red-tile rooftops that have earned the area the nickname The American Riviera.
Complement your celebration with pours from one of the more than 200 wineries in Santa Barbara County. Venues range from historic Spanish colonial churches to vineyards, outdoor ranch settings to luxury resorts.

But perhaps the most perfect thing about getting married in Santa Barbara is the weather. With over 300 days of sunshine and a remarkably mild climate, check the weather forecast worry at the door and revel in the romantic sunsets and blue skies that define the destination.

The ideal weather in Santa Barbara really and truly occurs April through November. That said, May, June and early July may experience early morning or late afternoon fog, resulting in cooler temperatures. Regardless of the time of year, couples should always have a rain plan in the event of rain or heavy moisture from dense fog banks. The favorite months for outdoor celebrating are September and October, when there is little to no fog. Temperatures by day can be warm and evenings are cool but clear under the beautiful starry, moonlit skies of Santa Barbara.

Choosing to get married in Santa Barbara is an easy choice, one that provides both you and your guests with a remarkable day in one of California's most beautiful and romantic destinations.
When you dream of your destination wedding, a few things may come to mind—pristine beaches, a romantic escape and maybe a little bit of adventure.

Orange County, easily one of the state’s most iconic areas, provides all the hallmarks of Southern California living. With numerous theme parks, manicured beach towns and laid back spirit, it comes as no surprise that many want to host their special events and gatherings in Orange County.
Named best place to get married numerous years in a row, many couples are choosing Laguna Beach for their beach weddings.

When it comes to beach options, there are more than 20 to choose from! From beautiful, cozy coves to weddings on the sand just steps away from your hotel or resort, Laguna Beach offers the perfect beach wedding for any couple.
Newport Beach is a charming coastal paradise with miles of sandy shoreline and fabulous sunsets.

You will find that your dreams can become reality in Newport Beach. The natural beauty of this coastal community makes it the ideal destination for your special day.

Whether you envision an intimate Southern California coastal wedding, an extravagant ceremony on a magnificent yacht or at one of the grand resort hotels or residences in Newport Beach, you will find your perfect fit among the wide selection of Newport Beach wedding venues.

Life is just better at the beach!
San Juan Capistrano is unique in Orange County and a rarity in California, a community whose foundation was laid by the earliest people to inhabit the land. San Juan is a quaint, coastal community still evolving after more than two centuries and is considered to be the birthplace of Orange County.

San Juan is most recognized for the Mission San Juan Capistrano and the Return of the Swallows, is celebrated annually on March 19th, St. Joseph's Day. Father O’Sullivan started this tradition in the 1920s.

San Juan offers historic charm and a variety of landmark venues and backdrops for your wedding day.