The most important part of any Maui wedding is the Maui wedding ceremony itself. Although it is sometimes overlooked in the wedding planning process, where dress shopping and reception planning often take attention, it is crucial that the Maui wedding ceremony itself be planned and reflect the virtues and style of the wedding couple.
The wedding ceremony is determined by what kind of wedding the couple is having and who the officiant will be. For example, a traditional religious ceremony is different than a ceremony being officiated by a friend or family member of the couple. Even within the context of a religious ceremony, there are many different kinds of wedding ceremonies that are available, from the deeply religious and formal ceremony to a shorter, more relaxed ceremony.
Many couples choose to integrate their family into the wedding ceremony, having their parents participate by offering readings or speaking. In some cases, the families participate in ceremonial touches that symbolize the joining of two families. Regardless of the type of Maui wedding ceremony that is held, as long as the ceremony reflects the spirit and style of the bride and groom it will be considered a success.