April 2, 2010, Newsletter Issue #124: All-Inclusive Destination Weddings in Hawaii

Tip of the Week

Hawaii combines the beauty of Polynesia with American food, language, and customs. The islands are known for their beaches, sunsets, lilting music, and friendly people. The islands also boast a number of excellent resorts.

One such resort -- and one of the few all-inclusive resorts in Hawaii -- is the Kona Village on the Big Island of Hawaii. This romantic, luxury resort on the Kona Coast is ideal for those couples wanting to get away from 24-hour information overload. Guests of the resort stay in "hales" (private, well-appointed huts). There are no televisions, out-going telephones, Internet connections, or even clocks -- just the music of the water lapping the shore.

Destination wedding packages at Kona Village include getting married on the black sand beach, on the lava rock promontory, or in one of the beautiful gardens. In addition, the basic wedding package includes the marriage license and the ceremony by a licensed officiant, the services of a Kona Village wedding coordinator, the services of a professional photographer and 50 4"x6" photos, a traditional lei for the bride and groom, and a wedding cake for two.

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