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#21 emaya77

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    Posted 11 October 2009 - 10:36 PM

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by mplscold
    We had 9 people at our wedding and the total for everything (with a dress) was $2200.00. It was the perfect wedding!
    Who did u use for your wedding package and what did it come with? That price seems really good!

    #22 emaya77

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      Posted 11 October 2009 - 10:42 PM

      Quote:
      Originally Posted by FutureMrsSharpe
      Married in Maui,
      I am so glad to hear that you did just the coordinator and a luau. We're doing the same thing, and I too was worried that I would miss out on the first dance and cake cutting that you have at a traditional reception. I agree that having a wedding package that includes everything makes things easier and, in my experience cheaper. We're getting married on Kauai with 34 guests and our wedding with officiant, photographer, flowers, musician, leis, a champagne toast, wedding license and beach permit is going to be costing us less than $2,000. You just have to shop around and don't be afraid to ask for dicounts on everything. Most places that I have called have been really good about giving discounts.
      And who are you using for your coordinator? haha...I keep asking everyone, as I just found this thread and am reading everyone's posts.

      We're getting married in Maui (most likely...still contemplating Mexico). It is just going to be the two of us...long story, but basically parents weren't happy about the destination idea, and we can't afford to do anything at home due to the # of guests. So, we're trying to stay within a $5,000 budget for our WHOLE trip, including airfare from Philly!

      Thanks!!

      #23 mplscold

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        Posted 12 October 2009 - 09:46 AM

        I used Aekai Weddings. My coordinator was Jo and she was wonderful to work with. The photographer was Ian Sheppard and he was so patient and took so many perfect pictures. I purchased the flowers and hair and make-up through them as well. I was happy with all of their services and couldn't have asked for anything more. After the wedding we went to Kimo's restaurant in Lahaina and the food and service there was great.

        Hawaii Beach Weddings

        #24 LEXUS

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          Posted 03 March 2011 - 10:11 AM

          Hi,

           

          I found that information to be very helpful. My husband and I are planning our 10th yr Anniversary renewal in Maui. My brother just got married there 2 yrs ago. So I thought it would be a great idea for us to have our renwal in Maui. So yes I found the way you did things very good. I'm trying to keep things under 4,000 if possible and if we're lucky under 3,000. LOL!!



          #25 swtworld1

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            Posted 09 March 2011 - 06:41 PM

            Wow! I am so impressed with you all staying within your budget! Ours is completely getting out of control.  We are getting married at Olowalu, which I was willing to pay the price for because I can't stop dreaming about it! Out of curiosity, if you are having a full day photographer, what are the typical rates for Maui?



            #26 Larisa629

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              Posted 18 March 2011 - 07:41 PM

              I've found photographers to charge around $2800- $3500 for 6-8 hours.  I think theknot.com has a good link of photographers you can check out:

              http://www.theknot.c...rofiles/PHO/195

               






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