A few other 'not to be missed' Kauai
attractions include the Hana Highway, Molokini, whale watching, Haleakala Crater, the Seven Sacred Pools.
and Kauai Honeymoon
Marriage and Marriage License information for Kauai and Hawaii:
Planning a Hawaiian
or Kauai wedding
If you're thinking about getting married
- a marriage
license agent for the State of Hawaii
will issue your license. Both the bride and groom must be present when the license is issued. You each must present a valid picture I.D. (drivers license or passport), and applicants 19 or under must have written parental or legal guardian permission. There is no waiting period, no residency requirement and no blood tests or shots required.
Then you just need to make a few plans
for your great Kauai wedding
because the Hawaiian marriage
license is good for thirty days. The fee is $60.00 in cash. Your birthplace, the names of parents and final divorce decree information, if applicable, will be required on the license application.
An appointment to obtain the license should be scheduled directly with a marriage
licensing agent, located on all islands in Hawaii.
The central marriage
license office is located in Oahu at the Hawaii
State Department of Health, Kinau Hale, 1250 Punchbowl Street, Honolulu, Hawaii
96813. Recorded information is provided by phone (808) 586-4545. The office will send a "Marriage License Application
" packet to interested parties from out of state.
The person performing the marriage
- must be licensed by the State of Hawaii
Department of Health. Upon completion of the wedding ceremony
, the officiant sends the marriage
license directly to the local Department of Health Registrar, to be filed as the official marriage
certificate with the Hawaii
State Registrar and Vital Records Section.
The certified copy of the marriage
certificate is mailed to the married
couple approximately 120 days after receipt from the officiant. If the certified copy is needed sooner, the marriage
license agent will provide a request form, which can be mailed to the Vital Records Section along with a $10 fee charged by the Hawaiian
Department of Health for this service.