It’s no surprise that Maui ranks as one of the most popular wedding destinations worldwide. Between breathtaking beaches, gorgeous sunsets, and laid back vibes, it’s hard to imagine a more romantic place to tie the knot. But matching your dream wedding vision to your budget can be challenging if you don’t plan accordingly.
Lucky for you, our team at A Dream Wedding Maui can help plan the perfect beach wedding in Maui to match your vision and budget. And we’re sharing four tips below to help keep your wedding costs down as you start planning your journey.
4 tips to stay within budget when planning a wedding in Maui:
1. Prioritize what matters most to you as a couple
You may be pulled in multiple directions when planning your wedding day. But when it’s all said and done, your wedding should reflect what matters most to you as a couple. So, make it a point to determine what that looks like so you can prioritize your budget too.
2. Narrow down your guest list
The larger the headcount for your wedding, the higher the cost. Because every guest you invite means one more rented chair, meal, and the list goes on, things can add up quickly. So, if planning a beach wedding on a budget is important to you, try to keep your guest list to 50 people or less.
3. Turn your destination wedding into a honeymoon
Planning a honeymoon on top of a wedding can be costly, time-consuming, and stressful. But if you combine your wedding with your honeymoon, you’ll be amazed at how much money, time, and stress you’ll save just by eliminating additional planning and travel. Best of all, finishing your wedding off with a honeymoon will give you the quality time you need as a couple to relax and unwind after the big day.
4. Consider a Wedding Elopement Package
You can plan a beach wedding in Maui on a budget by having a small and intimate elopement on some of the most beautiful beaches. At A Dream Wedding Maui, we offer a Wedding Elopement package that provides you with all the essentials you need to celebrate your special day. From a breathtaking view and an officiant to an onsite wedding coordinator and more, we’ve got you covered.