If 2020 taught us anything about weddings, it was, in the end, none of the details really matter — it’s all about marrying the one you love and, if you’re lucky, getting to share that moment with your nearest and dearest.
With that in mind, Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa has two microwedding packages fit for royalty. No one ever said it couldn’t be luxurious!
Set on 40 acres of paradise on Ka’anapali Beach, Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa offers the ultimate escape for couples on their big day. Boasting two intimate wedding offers, couples can choose from Just The Two Of Us and Loko Maika’i (meaning generous love).
Just the Two of Us
With a maximum of four guests included, Just the Two of Us includes event coordination by a Hyatt wedding specialist, a tropical ocean-view setting, a complimentary bottle of sparkling wine and two traditional Hawai’ian leis for the ceremonial exchange. The package begins at $3,900.
The Loko Maika’i, or Generous Love, offer includes the same stunning tropical setting along with décor options, including a wedding arch, wedding cake and ceremony music. This offers rooms for up to 20 guests, and begins at $6,000.
Couples can book their microwedding by email.
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