The Ultimate Hawaii Elopement Guide

It’s no surprise that you’ve chosen Hawaii as your elopement destination. Hawaii is filled with incredible culture and has so much more to offer for your elopement than just turquoise beaches. From luscious greens and jaw-dropping waterfalls to delicious food and serene hikes, Hawaii is one of the best places in the world to elope.

If you’ve never planned an elopement before, you may be wondering where to start. This all-you-need-to-know guide is filled with all my tips and tricks about planning the perfect Hawaii elopement. Whether you’re looking at what island is best, marriage license information, or all-inclusive packages, you’ve come to the right place. This is the ultimate how to elope in Hawaii guide.

  1. Choose your island
  2. Pick a season to elope
  3. Choose your ceremony spot
  4. Set a budget
  5. Hire your vendors
  6. Apply for your marriage license
  7. Apply for your special use permit
  8. Book your lodging
  9. Book your activities
  10. Create your timeline
  11. All-inclusive Hawaii elopement packages

What Island of Hawaii Should I Elope On?

Hawaii is known for their six main islands: Oahu, Maui, Kauai, the Big Island, Lanai, and Molokai. Each island is very different from each other but offers something for everyone. Take a look at the individual islands to see which one would be the best fit for your elopement.


Oahu is the busiest and most developed island in Hawaii. It’s home to Honolulu and famous for its attractions like Pearl Harbor and Kualoa Ranch (ever heard of Jurassic Park?). On Oahu, there are endless things to do. From fine dining and shopping to surfing and horseback riding, Oahu truly has everything. Oahu is also the cheapest island to fly into. If you’re looking for something a bit more city-like with minimal mountainside regions, Oahu is the perfect island for you.


Maui is the second-largest island and is a crowd favorite, especially amongst newlyweds. Maui truly does have a bit of everything. From waterfalls and beaches to fine dining restaurants and night clubs, it’s the perfect mix between Oahu and Kauai. This island is a personal favorite of mine. If you’re a couple looking to have adventure-filled experiences in the outdoors, but also extravagant experiences in the city, Maui is a great option.


Out of all the islands I have visited in Hawaii, Kauai is hands-down my favorite island. Kauai is less developed than the other islands. In fact, only 20% of the island is accessible by foot or road. However, this makes Kauai the most green and lush island of them all. Kauai has some of the most famous and beautiful elopement locations. From the Napali Coast to Wailua Falls, Kauai is very diverse in scenery. This island is perfect for couples who love the outdoors, hiking, and want a less crowded elopement experience. Plus, it’s the BEST island for helicopter tours.

The Big Island

If you were to put all the islands together, they would barely make up half of the Big Island. This island is the most diverse when it comes to practically everything. On the Big Island, you can find 5-star resorts and golf clubs, but you can also find dense terrain and even snow (yes, snow). This island also has the most turtles, and some of the coolest fish around. If you’re a couple looking for a variety of different climates, experiences, and landscapes, definitely check out the Big Island.


Lanai is the second least visited island in Hawaii. It’s also the smallest and least inhabited island of the six. However, it’s slowly becoming a more touristy island, but just like Molokai, it’s a pretty laidback and quiet place. This island is perfect for the couple who loves exploring and who wants more seclusion on their wedding day. The island is also right next door to Maui and can be visited from the ferry if you’re wanting an escape for the day.


Molokai is the least visited island in Hawaii and is the one that preserves most of the culture. Molokai is not developed and doesn’t have any resorts, large buildings, or extravagant excursions. In fact, it’s mainly just locals who live on the island. It’s very remote, but that’s why so many people love it. If you’re a couple who loves off-the-beaten-path experiences, quiet time, and are looking for a super private elopement experience, I highly recommend checking out the island of Molokai.

A couple looking at each other as a wave crashes behind them in Hawaii.

When Is the Best Time of Year to Elope in Hawaii?


Winter in Hawaii lasts from November to April and is the best time to elope in Hawaii. The average temperature during this time is around 78 degrees. However, it’s important to note that the winter is Hawaii’s wet season. Don’t let this deter you. Rainstorms in Hawaii are localized, meaning it usually only rains in a specific spot on the island. The rainy weather usually doesn’t disrupt plans and mainly sticks to the mountains and valleys.

One thing I will say though is If you’re wanting to avoid the crowds, do not visit Hawaii during the months of December – March. This is Hawaii’s peak season, meaning you’ll find tourists and high prices around every corner.

November is the best time to visit and elope in Hawaii if you’re wanting to avoid all the tourists, get some epic weather, and score some pretty awesome deals.


Summer in Hawaii lasts from May – October and has the best weather. The average temperature during this time is around 85 degrees. The beaches during the summer have minimal waves and are extremely relaxing, especially on a blistering hot day. However, with great weather comes lots of crowds. Hawaii is very popular in the summer, so plan accordingly.

One thing to be wary of during the summer in Hawaii are hurricanes. Summer is Hawaii’s hurricane season, and while the islands don’t usually get hurricanes, it’s something to be wary of.

If you’re wanting to elope during the summer season, April, May, or late September/early October are the best times to visit if you want to avoid crowds, have nice weather, and still get some pretty good deals on hotels and activities.

The Best Places to Elope in Hawaii

Before we get into all the best places to elope in Hawaii, it’s important to note that you’ll more than likely come across images of elopements in Hawaii online when getting inspiration, but it’s important to note that many of them have been taken in illegal areas. There are famous places on every island that are not allowed for ceremonies or images at all. While it can be frustrating to see so many blocked off locations, it’s important that we abide by the guidelines to be sure that these beautiful locations stay preserved for years to come.

To see an entire list of accessible locations on all the main islands, check out this list! Keep in mind that this is not the entire list of locations. With special permission and the right permits, you can elope almost anywhere in Hawaii!

Best Places to Elope in Oahu

Crouching Lion Hike

The Crouching Lion Hike has to be one of my all-time favorite places to elope in Hawaii. The hike is only about half a mile, but it’s extremely steep and muddy. However, if you get the chance to exchange vows at the top of this beautiful hill, I highly recommend doing so. Here, you will get some of the most beautiful views in all of Hawaii. If you’re not much of a hiker, the bottom of the hill right next to the water also has some absolutely incredible views.

Mokolii Island Beach

Mokoli’i Island Beach, also known as Chinaman’s Hat, is a beautiful beach located about a half hour away from Kailua. The beach itself is surrounded with the famous Hawaiian mountains and vegetation that makes the perfect background for any elopement.

Puu Ualakaa State Wayside

Different from traditional Hawaiin scenery, the Puu Ualakaa State Wayside is a popular outlook for sunset watching. This elopement location will provide you with the perfect view of Honolulu and nearby beach. It’s a great spot for your elopement ceremony if you’re wanting a slice of city in your Hawaii elopement.

Waimanalo Bay Beach Park

Also located near Kailua, the Waimanalo Bay Beach Park is the perfect ceremony location for couples looking to have a traditional beach elopement in Hawaii. Similar to Mokoli’i, you’ll find yourself surrounded with the jagged mountains and turquoise water. If you’re looking for a simple backdrop for your ceremony, definitely be sure to check out Waimanalo.

Best Places to Elope in Maui

Hana Beach Park

Hana Beach is popular black sand beach on the eastern side of Maui. Filled with picnic tables and grills, this area is best during sunrise on a weekday when there aren’t a ton of people. The black sand looks striking against a white dress, and with multiple sceneries around the beach, a variety of backdrops are available for your elopement.

Pua’a Ka’a State Wayside

Pua’a Ka’a State Wayside is a beautiful spot in Mauai. Stretching over 5 acres, you’ll find rainforests, waterfalls, and pools. I personally love making my down to the base of the first waterfall. There, you’ll be surrounded with lush greens and mist. However, this area is very popular and should be avoided on busy weekends and peak seasons of travel if you’re wanting something a bit more intimate.

Waianapanapa State Park

Waianapanapa State Park stretches over 122 acres and is one of Hawaii’s most popular state parks. Within Waianapanapa, you’ll find tropical plants, freshwater, beautiful panoramic views, and my favorite part, the black sand beach. Pa‘iloa Beach, the black sand beach found within the park, is my favorite black sand beach in Hawaii.

Wailua Valley State Wayside (Lookout)

Wailua Valley State Wayside is known for their famous staircase that gives you a perfect view of Wailua Valley once you reach the top. However, there are multiple areas around the park that are absolutely jaw dropping. From the beautiful Waikani Falls to the Saint Gabrielʼs Church, there truly is a view for everyone.

Best Places to Elope in Kauai

Waimea Canyon State Park

While you can’t have your elopement ceremony in Waimea Canyon State Park, you CAN take regular couples portraits. Waimea Canyon is one of Hawaii’s most famous state parks. At Waimea, you’ll be floored by the deep, colorful gorge and iconic waterfall that can be seen around the park. So while you can’t have your ceremony here, you definitely shouldn’t count this park out for pictures.

Wailua River State Park

Wailua River State Park is one of my favorite places to elope in Kauai. When picturing Hawaii, you picture everything that can be found in Wailua River State Park: lush greens, rushing waterfalls, and colorful flowers. Wailua only allows specific locations for ceremonies and images.

Polihale State Park

Located on the western portion of the island, Polihale State Park is known for their remote beach that’s surrounded by beautiful cliffs. The beach is lesser known and extremely quiet, making it a perfect location for your Hawaii elopement. This park only allows ceremonies and pictures at certain locations, so always check with the office to make sure you’re abiding by the rules.

Hanalei Pier and Beach

The Hanalei Pier and Beach is a peaceful area situated on the north shore of Kauai. The pier provides beautiful views of the nearby mountains, and the beach is a great place to relax and enjoy the weather. This is a beautiful location for pictures, as well as for watching the sunset. The pier and beach each require their own separate permits for pictures, so I recommend sticking with just the beach area.

Best Places to Elope on the Big Island

Akaka Falls State Park

Akaka Falls State Park is known for their famous 442-foot waterfall: Akaka Falls. This is one of my favorite waterfalls in Hawaii that makes the perfect backdrop for any photo. The waterfall is bordered by tropical plants and vibrant wildflowers that surround you as the walk to the lookout of the falls. If you’re dreaming of a waterfall elopement, definitely be sure to put Akaka Falls on your list.

Hookena Beach

Hookena Beach is a grey-sand beach near the south shore on the Big Island. Lined with a coral reef, this beach is a beautiful and unique spot for an elopement. Also lined with palm trees and cliffs, Hookena Beach is a simple Hawaiian beach for the laidback couple.

Kalopa State Recreation Area

Kalopa State Recreation Area is a very unique area on the Big Island. When foggy, this area transforms into a scene straight out of the Twilight movies. At Kalopa, you’ll find a forest filled with an arboretum of native trees. This area is usually colder and rainy due to the high elevation, but it’s a peaceful and beautiful area to explore if you’re wanting Pacific Northwest vibes.

Rainbow Falls

Rainbow Falls is a very accessible waterfall located 5 minutes away from downtown Hilo. Named after the rainbows that can been seen on sunny days, these falls are truly magical. Due to their ease of access, the falls can get very crowded. It’s highly recommended to visit the falls for your Hawaii elopement during the early morning hours, ideally before 9 am.

Best Places to Elope in Lanai

*Finding ceremony/photography restrictions in Lanai has been challenging. I’m currently in the process of finding locations that are available to shoot at. That being said, the locations below may or not be available for your Hawaii elopement.

Pu’u Pehe (Sweetheart Rock)

Pu’u Pehe, also known as Sweetheart Rock, is a very unique rock formation that can be found on the south shore. The red rock perfectly clashes with the beautiful blue ocean. It’s like a small piece of Utah or Arizona in Hawaii. If you’re looking for something a bit different than traditional Hawaiian greenery, I highly recommend checking out Sweetheart Rock.

Garden of the Gods

While you might be picturing beautiful greens, Garden of the Gods is one of the many spots in Hawaii that looks like it belongs someone else. Often compared to Mars, this beautiful spot is filled with red and orange rock formations. It also provides some beautiful views of the nearby ocean. Once again, if you’re looking for a vibe similar to Arizona with a bit of Hawaii, the Garden of the Gods is a great option.

Munro Trail

The Munro Trail is not for the faint of heart. This trail goes on for 12.8 miles, but it offers some absolutely breathtaking views along the way. If you’re not wanting to commit to the full hike, consider hiking 2.5 miles in to see the well-known scenic view. Throughout the trail you’ll come across rainforests, the highest peak in Lanai, and if you’re lucky, a scenic outlook that will give you views of all six Hawaiian islands.

Hulopoe Beach

If you’re looking for that simple Hawaiian beach on your special day, I recommend taking a look at Hulopoe Beach. Located right next to Sweetheart Rock, Hulopoe is a popular, yet simple beach that’s perfect for any occasion. You won’t be bombarded with Hawaii’s greenery, but it’s a great option for couples looking for something a bit more simple.

Best Places to Elope in Molokai

*Similar to Lanai, finding elopement restrictions in Molokai has been a challenge. Please see the note above.

Halawa Valley

Halawa Valley is known for their rich history and numerous hikes. Within Halawa Valley you’ll find beautiful waterfalls, scenic beaches, and old buildings that have been overtaken by nature. Halawa Valley is the oldest once inhabited area in Hawaii and continues to be visited by explorers everyday.

Kamakou Preserve

Kamakou Preserve is a rainforest unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. I liken this forest to the Hoh Rainforest found in Washington State. In this rainforest, you’ll find over 200 native plants and animals. The forest is very hidden and requires a four-wheel vehicle to reach it. It’s the perfect spot for any private ceremony.

Halawa Beach Park

Halawa Beach is located right next to Halawa Valley that was mentioned earlier. If you’ve ever hiked the Crouching Lion in Oahu, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to see that the scenery is very similar. Once you reach the beach, you’ll be able to see two beautiful waterfalls in the distance.

Moa’ula Falls

Moa’ula Falls is a stunning waterfall that requires a 4 mile round-trip hike to reach the falls. Mo’aula Falls is located on private property, so permission must be granted and a tour guide must accompany you. However, don’t let this deter you from considering this location for your elopement. These falls are the most accessible on Molokai and are absolutely stunning.

How Much Does It Cost to Elope in Hawaii?

Hawaii is a bit pricier than other states when it comes to planning elopement, mainly when accounting for travel. According to The Knot, in 2019, the average cost of a wedding in Hawaii was $32,900. Already, the high-end elopement budget will be much cheaper than this. Score!

To make it easy, I’ve put together three different elopement budgets that might help you picture how much you want to spend on your Hawaii elopement. You can compare this to what could be found in certain Hawaii elopement packages.

High-End Elopement

  • $750 – plane tickets
  • $65 – marriage license
  • $100 – location permit
  • $2,000 – three nights at a luxury resort
  • $6,500 – photographer
  • $700 – florist for bouquet and decor
  • $5,000 – dress, accessories, and shoes
  • $300 – hair and makeup
  • $1,000 – suit, accessories, and shoes
  • $1,000 – helicopter tour
  • $500 – private chef
  • TOTAL: $17,915

Mid-End Elopement

  • $750 – plane tickets
  • $65 – marriage license
  • $100 – location permit
  • $1,000 – three nights at a 3-star hotel
  • $4,500 – photographer
  • $400 – florist for bouquet and light decor
  • $3,000 – dress, accessories, and shoes
  • $200 – hair and makeup
  • $500 – suit, accessories, and shoes
  • $500 – ziplining
  • TOTAL: $11,015

Low-End Elopement

  • $750 – plane tickets
  • $65 – marriage license
  • $100 – location permit
  • $500 – three nights at a simple hotel/airbnb
  • $2,500 – photographer
  • $200 – florist for bouquet
  • $1,000 – dress, accessories, and shoes
  • $100 – hair and makeup (or free if done yourself)
  • $300 – suit (rented)
  • TOTAL: $5,515

I want to emphasize that these numbers are not quotes for your elopement. In fact, you have complete control over how much you want to spend. These numbers are simply just examples of what your elopement day could look like. Want to see what could be included in your all-inclusive Hawaii elopement packages? Click here to jump to the section!

Hawaii Elopement Vendors

From florists to photographers, here are some of the very best elopement vendors in Hawaii. Need more recommendations? I send over as many as you need upon booking! Finding your dream wedding team is very important to me.



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Hey, I think I know a girl! 😉 I’m Brianna, a Pacific Northwest-based (who also specializes in elopements in Alaska and Hawaii) elopement photographer who loves planning and photographing elopements along the West Coast. I help with location scouting, timelines, permits, vendors, and so much more. Check out my all-inclusive Hawaii elopement packages below.

How to Get a Marriage License in Hawaii

In order to elope in Hawaii, you’ll need a marriage license (unless you choose to have a symbolic ceremony). You can fill out a marriage license application online or in person, but must pick up the marriage license when it’s ready in person. Follow the steps below to obtain a marriage license.

  1. Complete the online application found here and pay the $65 application fee. Be sure to write down the authorization code at the end of the application.
  2. Call and make an appointment with an agent located in Honolulu no sooner than 30 days before your ceremony. Be sure to bring your photo ID.
  3. Have your ceremony no more than 30 days after you pick up your license. Your officiant will then mail everything back in.

The marriage license office is located in Honolulu (on the island of Oahu). However, they do have neighboring offices on the Big Island, Kauai, Maui, and Molokai.

To view everything you need to know about how to get a marriage license in Hawaii, including contact information and documents to bring, check out the official site here.

Do I Need an Officiant and Witness to Elope in Hawaii?

Yes, you do need an officiant for your Hawaii elopement. However, Hawaii does things a bit differently. In Hawaii, your ceremony must be performed by a state-approved “marriage performer.” To see a list of people who can marry you in Hawaii, check out this site.

While you can have a friend or family member to officiate your ceremony, I usually don’t recommend it, as there is an extra process they need to go through that requires some paperwork. However, if they’re up for the task, simply become ordained through the Universal Life Church for free and then follow the steps at the bottom of this page to become a marriage performer in Hawaii.

As far as witnesses go, you don’t need any witnesses to elope in Hawaii.

Do I Need a Permit to Elope in Hawaii?

Yes, you will need a permit to elope in Hawaii on every island. Hawaii is very strict with their permit process, as many weddings have taken place in illegal, sacred areas. However, the permit process is a breeze if you have a photographer or elopement planner who is knowledgeable about how to obtain permits on the island.

To get more information about acquiring your location permit, check out this website.

The 12 Best Places to Stay in Hawaii

Whether you’re into glamping on the beach on staying at luxurious resort, Hawaii has multiple options for you. Below are some of the best places to stay in Hawaii on some of the popular islands.



  • The Refined Villa – A modern, open villa right across from the beach with all luxuries included.
  • Hale Makena Maui – Ready to splurge? This contemporary villa has some of the best views around.
  • Mahina Cottage – Tucked away on the quiet side of the island, this charming cottage is perfect for any couple.


The Big Island

  • Luxury Treehouse – Exactly like it sounds, this treehouse has some of the best views around.
  • Beach 69 – An oceanfront home surrounded by palm trees and equipped with a pool.
  • Only Frank Lloyd Wright Home – One of Hawaii’s most architecturally beautiful homes, right on the cliffside.
A couple walking on the beach in Hawaii during their elopement.

Hawaii Elopement Activities

While in Hawaii, I always recommend adding on an excursion or two to your elopement day. Not only is it fun, but what’s better than having something you two love doing being documented on camera? Your personalities really come out and shine, making for some epic candid shots. These are just a few of the many different ideas.

  • Go whale watching (February is the best time for this)
  • Eat some shaved-ice on the beach
  • Take a surfing lesson
  • Go zip-lining through the forest
  • Take a helicopter tour (my favorite thing I’ve ever done in Hawaii)
  • Attend a lūʻau
  • Go snorkeling
  • Take a waterfall tour
  • ATV into Hawaii’s backcountry
  • Take a tour of movie sites

Hawaii Elopement Timeline Examples

You’re probably curious as to how much time you should set aside for your elopement. Check out some example timelines below. For a place like Hawaii, I recommend no less than 6 hours of coverage, and after you see all the possibilities of what you can do on your elopement day, you’ll definitely be wanting to double it.

6 Hour Elopement Timeline

  • 2:00pm – ceremony starts at your favorite waterfall in Hawaii with close friends and family
  • 2:30pm – family portraits
  • 3:00pm – head back to the Airbnb for a late lunch
  • 4:30pm – we sneak away to hike the Crouching Lion for some amazing pictures
  • 5:30pm – couples portraits and adventuring in the nearby town
  • 7:00pm – head back to the Airbnb for a fire and toasts
  • 8:00pm – Brianna leaves

8 Hour Elopement Timeline

  • 10:00am – getting ready pictures in a cabin up in the mountains of Hawaii
  • 11:00am – we head to the famous Rainbow Falls for some epic pictures
  • 11:30am – we make our way to a Hawaiian bbq place for some lunch
  • 12:30pm – helicopter tour over the beautiful island of Kauai
  • 2:00pm – head back to the Airbnb to freshen up and prepare for your ceremony
  • 3:00pm – we head out to the mountains where you exchange vows in complete privacy
  • 3:30pm – couples portraits
  • 4:00pm – make your way across the island for a lūʻau
  • 5:30pm – finish the lūʻau and head outside for some more portraits
  • 6:00pm – Brianna leaves

12 Hour Elopement Timeline

  • 10:00am – getting ready pictures in an Airbnb right on the beach
  • 11:00am – first look with your partner right next to the water
  • 11:30am – we head out to get some portraits near Waimea Canyon in Kauai
  • 12:30pm – you two have a romantic picnic next to the beautiful waterfall
  • 2:00pm – you catch an hour flight to Maui for your ceremony
  • 3:00pm – arrive in Maui and head to your Airbnb where you meet up with family
  • 4:30pm – ceremony on the beach with friends and family
  • 5:00pm – family portraits
  • 5:30pm – we head back to the Airbnb where dinner from a private chef is awaiting you
  • 7:00pm – a small hike up the mountain pass to get gorgeous images and a moment to yourselves
  • 8:30pm – fire gets started on the beach with your loved ones where you toast and eat smores
  • 10:00pm – Brianna leaves

All-Inclusive Hawaii Elopement Packages

I’m Brianna, an elopement photographer who offers both all-inclusive and regular elopement packages. To see more package options, or elopement packages for other areas, check out my pricing!

All-Inclusive Elopement Package Pricing

  • 6 hours – 2 days of elopement coverage anywhere in Hawaii
  • A personalized elopement planning experience with unlimited assistance
    • Two roundtrip plane tickets to your elopement location
    • Two-night stay in luxury lodging
    • Two-day rental car booking
    • Booking of all vendors (hair and makeup, florist, personal chef, etc.)
    • Activity booking (helicopter tour, zip-lining, luxury picnics, private dinners, and so much more)
    • Completion of all permits and licenses
    • 90+ page elopement planning guide filled with tips and tricks
    • Customized elopement timelines
    • Optional complimentary officiant services
  • Online gallery with full resolution images and printing rights
  • 24-48 hour sneak peeks to share with the world
  • Travel fees to anywhere in Hawaii are already included
  • Starting at $28,500

Standard Elopement Package Pricing

  • 6 hours – 2 days of elopement coverage anywhere in Hawaii
  • A personalized elopement planning experience with unlimited assistance
    • Personalized elopement location recommendations
    • Vendor, lodging, and activity recommendations
    • Assistance and information to help you with permits, licenses, etc.
    • 90+ page elopement planning guide filled with tips and tricks
    • Customized elopement timelines
    • Optional complimentary officiant services
  • Online gallery with full resolution images and printing rights
  • 24-48 hour sneak peeks to share with the world
  • Travel fees to anywhere in Hawaii are already included
  • Starting at $8,500

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How much does it cost to elope in Hawaii?

It costs $65 to elope in Hawaii. $60 for the marriage license, and $5 for the administration fee.

What do you need to elope in Hawaii?

To elope in Hawaii, you’ll need a Hawaiian marriage license, a marriage performer, and a location permit.

Can you legally get married in Hawaii?

Yes, you can legally get married in Hawaii without being a citizen in Hawaii.

How long do you have to wait to get married in Hawaii?

There is no waiting period to get married in Hawaii. You can get married the same day you get your marriage license.

Do you need witnesses to get married in Hawaii?

No, you don’t need any witnesses to get married in Hawaii, but you do need a state-approved marriage performer to officiate your ceremony.

Can you get married on the beach in Hawaii?

Yes, you can get married on the beach in Hawaii. However, there are certain beaches where ceremonies are not allowed.

Which Hawaiian island is best for weddings?

Kauai is the best Hawaiian island for weddings. It has the most beautiful scenery out of all the islands.

What is the best month to get married in Hawaii?

November is the best month to get married in Hawaii.

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You? You’re the kind of person that gets a lil’ teary eyed looking at an epic view…

That moment when you turn to the person you’re with and ask, “Are you seeing this?” I live for it. Places with trees and mountains and soft breezes that make you say, “I can’t believe this place exists,” I spend pretty much all of my free time searching for and exploring them.

These places have always felt like home to me. And if you’re the kind of person who also feels more at home surrounded by trees than by people? Then we’ll get along really well. The Pacific Northwest is full of secret spots that are too special to share with just anyone. But it would make me happy to share them with you on your wedding day.

If the mountains/beaches/redwood forests are calling your name, go ahead…

(I promise you won’t regret it.)

P.S. I’m Brianna. My mission is to create custom, one-of-a-kind elopement experiences in the Pacific Northwest that allow couples to fully immerse themselves in the highest levels of excitement and wonder on a day designed exclusively for them.

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