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We can come to you. Do you have a great venue or even an awesome backyard? We can help you find vendors for nearly anywhere in the country

We can come to you. Do you have a great venue or even an awesome backyard? We can help you find vendors for nearly anywhere in the country

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Renew Vows in Maui

If you’re looking to create unforgettable memories with your partner, consider a vow renewal in Maui! When you and your partner renew vows in Maui, you can commemorate and share your commitment to one another once more, just like you did on your wedding day. We have everything you need  — whether you want a simple ceremony with an officiant or services like photography and flowers, we’ll make it happen, so you can enjoy your vow renewal on Maui in every way.

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Places to Elope in Maui

Makena Cove

If you are seeking a location that screams ‘Maui,’ it’s Makena Cove. As it is also known as the ‘Secret’ cave or beach, the Makena Cove wedding promises a touch...

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Your own dream venue

We can come to you. Do you have a great venue or even an awesome backyard? We can help you find vendors for nearly anywhere in the country

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Palauea (a.k.a. White Rock)

Palauea – White Rock – is one of the loveliest beaches on Maui with hidden nooks and giant sea turtles. Plan a White Rock beach wedding with your partner and...

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Ironwoods

Located on the northwest side of the island, Ironwoods is a diverse landscape of beach and greenery. Ironwood Beach Maui weddings are perfect for breathtaking photographs that will make your...

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Kula Botanical Garden

If you’re not a beach lover but still want the magical essence of Maui for your ceremony we highly recommend Kula Botanical Garden. This stunning garden is full of greenery...

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DT Fleming Beach

DT Fleming is one of the most remote yet accessible beaches on Maui’s west side. Come for views of the nearby cliffs and distant island of Molokai!

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Packages

Our goal is to make it easy for couples to have a vow renewal in Hawaii, and our packages that’ll help you do just that!

Wildflower Experience

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Add-Ons

You can optionally add any of the following services to your package:

Flowers

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Extra Photography

  • $500

Expect an extra week of editing for every additional hour of photography!

Hair & Makeup

  • $500

Videography

$1,225 (Maui and Oahu only)

Our videography package comes with an edited 1 – 2 minute highlight reel (perfect for sharing on socials!), as well as a longform, minimally edited film of the full ceremony.

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We had an amazing, stress free elopement!

Jade and John
Jade and John

A huge thank you from us both to a fabulous day and experience.

Olg  and Kreeg
Olg and Kreeg

Thanks for making it so easy! We are very happy and couldn’t be more excited to be officially married.

Kyle and Tara
Kyle and Tara

We were generally very happy with our day, it was simple but emotional. We laughed and cried in equal measures. Loved the beach and were lucky with the weather.

Natalie and Enrique
Natalie and Enrique

Haley was great to work with. She made sure everything was planned flawlessly! Planning a wedding 4,300 miles away from home sounds stressful and it was not!! Thanks for everything!

Whitney and Jason
Whitney and Jason

Thank you so much for providing us with a stress free, beautiful, amazing, everything we dreamed of wedding!!!!!!

Susana and Nathan
Susana and Nathan

Simply Eloped was great! Super good communication, and all the vendors were superb, we are thrilled!

Ella and Dave
Ella and Dave

Our Team

Janessa Nichole White
Janessa Nichole White
Co-founder
Rev. Robert
Rev. Robert
Maui Officiant
Samantha
Samantha
Maui Photographer
Mark
Mark
Officiant
Kathryn
Kathryn
Photographer
Joy
Joy
Officiant
Jill & Melissa
Jill & Melissa
Hair and Makeup
Colleen
Colleen
Photographer
Dana
Dana
On-Site Helper
Emily
Emily
Hair and Makeup
Bea Becker
Bea Becker
Maui Photographer
Janessa Nichole White
Janessa Nichole White
Co-founder
Rev. Robert
Rev. Robert
Maui Officiant
Samantha
Samantha
Maui Photographer
Mark
Mark
Officiant
Kathryn
Kathryn
Photographer
Joy
Joy
Officiant
Jill & Melissa
Jill & Melissa
Hair and Makeup
Colleen
Colleen
Photographer
Dana
Dana
On-Site Helper
Emily
Emily
Hair and Makeup
Bea Becker
Bea Becker
Maui Photographer

How to elope in Maui

There’s no question that Maui is a magical place. From the Road to Hana to sunrise hikes at Haleakalā, there’s no lack of amazing places to elope in Maui. However, there’s more than just choosing a ceremony location for the books! Here are our additional tips on how to have an amazing elopement in Maui.

Finding the right Maui vendors

Finding the right wedding professionals for your Maui elopement is just as important as finding the right venue or location. Your team should feel like your batch of best friends for your big day! From your officiant to photographer, hair & makeup artist to your videographer, all of your vendors should be focused on the same goal: ensuring your big day is tailored to ensuring your love at epicenter! In addition to ensuring these professionals match your style, it’s important to feel at ease and comfortable with your team. Our trick here is if you can have a cup of coffee with your team and enjoy it, then you’ll likely feel comfortable with them as your aid in creating one of the most important moments of your life. Another tip is to book a package as opposed to individual vendors, as it’s a bit more cost-conscious to book a Maui elopement package instead of one-off services.

Finding the perfect Maui elopement location

Maui elopements can be much more than just beaches! Mountains to lavender farms, coves to botanical gardens, we love our Maui elopements of all styles. Private venues will cost far more than public beaches and each spot in particular has guest count or decor restrictions, but no matter what you envision we can help you create. Feel free to peruse our top ceremony locations here

Making Your Maui elopement legal

The process of getting your marriage license is much different than on the mainland. Since there isn’t a central city hall or government building you can visit, the marriage license agent – representatives of the District of Health – meet you at a designated place of their choosing. Because of this, it can be a bit trickier to get an appointment. This is a great thing to arrange prior to arriving on the islands. When you meet with your agent, you’ll need a form of identification – official passport, Driver’s license or military ID – as well as the name of your wedding officiant. If either of you have previously been married, you will need an official copy of your divorce decree. When you book with us, we’ll send you a guide that walks you through this whole process and can definitely make recommendations of agents closest to you. We got you!

When to Elope in Maui

Beyond choosing an awesome team of wedding professionals and an amazing venue, there are a few other key decisions to make when planning your Maui elopement, such as month or time of day for your elopement. There is definitely a peak tourist season in Maui and a lot will change for your trip and elopement based on what time of year you choose to elope! Read below for our tips on when to elope in Maui.

What time of year should you elope in Maui?

The most cost-conscious time of year to elope in Maui is on shoulder season or when tourist season is off. Tourist season in Hawaii is December through April so the best time of year to elope in Hawaii is May – November. Tourist season not only means that there will be a much higher volume of people on this tiny island, but rates for hotels, activities and venues will be higher. Though, in shoulder season there may be a bit of rain here and there! In general, if you’re able, elope during shoulder season.

What time of day should you elope in Maui?

It goes without saying: Hawaii can get HOT! We definitely stray away from performing your ceremony in the afternoon or 12pm – 3pm. Not only will you be sweating in your wedding dress, but the light is super harsh during these hours which means dark shadows over your eyes in your portraits. We advise eloping in the morning hours, even as early as sunrise, or in the early evening prior to sunset. These hours ensure cool temperatures and soft lighting.

How far in advance should I start planning my Maui elopement?

We get this question all of the time and it’s a great one! While we can coordinate an elopement with short notice – such as a week – we highly recommend giving yourself ample planning time. In general, we recommend planning three to nine months in advance of your elopement date. This will ensure you have time to plan where you’ll be staying, flights, activities and dinner reservations, in addition to all the nuanced details of planning your ceremony!

Janessa White

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Janessa White

Janessa White is the co-founder of Simply Eloped and has helped thousands of couples plan elopements. Janessa thinks elopements are the ultimate way to tie the knot. She feels her happiest when building - teams, programs, ideas

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Updated: January 19th, 2022

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