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Chiquita

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For the public beaches in Maui, you don't have to pick until you arrive! My fiance and I will arrive maybe two days before the wedding, and my wedding planner says that we can just drive around to all the beaches and pick the one that we like the most.. then let them know and they will have it set up... as for the small reception we haven't decided yet where that will be. We will have a bigger reception when we get back home for everyone who can't come to the wedding so the one in Maui might not be all that spectacular. We'll see I suppose!

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you might be surprised - we were! most people used it as an excuse to take a vacation! where are you staying in Maui?

 

fyi - we saw this priivate little beach, not many people on it - lots of rocks. we saw a wedding there too - just the couple. i might be able to describe where it is

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We haven't decided yet where we are staying. Most people say renting condos is the way to go, so I'm trying to find a good contact for that. My travel agent doesn't seem to want to get back to me, but apparently there are alot of people with side businesses (renting out condos) on the side in Maui.. hopefully I can find a good one that all the people who are coming can use.. I imagine we will stay somewhere in Kihei or Wailea... does anyone know of a good condo renting company out there?

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Welcome! I'm late on your thread, but like Ann and Paul we also got married on Maui...we just did a simple legal ceremony. We got married at Po'Olenalena beach...it was really pretty...i think it was just south of Wailea. I don't know of any condo rental companies near kihei or Wailea. We stayed at a nice condo in Kanapali (sp?), but that would be too far from where you want to get married....anyway, I'm rambling.

 

I'll as my hubby if he knows of any condo rental companies in the Kihei/Wailea area.

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