Anytime is a good time to reserve the wedding that you have always dreamed of. There are numerous possibilities in order to fulfill your dream wedding. One month, 2 months, three months is all you really need. We can make any date possible, any setting come alive.
There is never a BAD time to visit Hawaii. Even during the “rainy” season, the islands are beautiful. We always have a contingency plan. No wedding is ever rained out. When deciding on a wedding package, please start with your date and number of guests. This helps us help you in providing the perfect setting. The busy months, May through October are busier than other months. So please plan accordingly.
This does not mean that you should give up on your summer wedding. But just give us a little more time in order to be able to serve you better.
Remember, June, July and August are the busiest months for weddings. And those months have the most crowded beaches. Especially on weekends. So if you can, please plan a beach wedding during the weekdays.
Even in the winter months (November thru April) the weather is still beautiful. It is always at least 70 degrees. And the beaches are usually less crowded.
Whichever season you choose
We don’t require any deposits, but we request that as soon as there are any changes in your plans, that you notify us so we can let all of our vendors know.
We only perform one wedding per day. We do not do “drive thru” weddings. Therefore, there is no time constraint on our part. Here at Lanikai Wedding, we are not like other wedding planners. We can meet you in person, anywhere, anytime. Your wedding will be the only wedding that day. There will be no stress to adhere to a schedule. So as soon as you know some dates that are good for you, please contact us
"Janet Ishikawa is a resident of Hawaii and the owner of Lanikai Wedding. She has been planning custom weddings in Hawaii for the past 15 years. As a retired 747 commercial jet pilot, Janet enjoys traveling the world with her husband, Yukio, and her four children in her free time, and frequently visits her wedding planner clients."