Newly married couple walking along Waikiki Beach in Hawaii

Don't get me wrong, Hawaii always sounds like a good idea. But right now, as temperatures drop and there is nothing but cold, dreary days ahead, Hawaii sounds downright necessary.  If you are considering having a destination wedding in the Aloha State, Starwood Hawaii can help you plan it! With hotels on the four major islands, you can choose a venue that fits your style.

On the Big Island, you can tie the knot at Sheraton Kona, which offers weddings at their chapel right on the coast or in one of their many seaside gardens.  Hotel staff will help you plan unique excursions for you and your guests, from coffee farms to nearby parks.

Wedding table setting overlooking Waikiki Beach with ocean and palm trees.

If you are headed to Oahu, perhaps no wedding venue could be more iconic than The Royal Hawaiian.  This famously pink hotel is known for its superior customer service and attention to detail.  When you want a small wedding with your nearest and dearest, the lanai of the King Kamehameha Suite (above) offers you Pacific Ocean views in the lap of luxury.

Want to invite everyone you know?  For an opulent event in a tropical setting, travel to St. Regis Princeville on Kauai.  Your guests can soak up the luxury and the sun at this gorgeous hotel. The ballrooms with ocean views are nothing short of stunning and can accommodate up to 500 guests.

Hawaii wedding alter with flowers and chairs on a bluff overlooking the ocean.

Dreaming of a traditional Hawaiian destination wedding overlooking the ocean?  Sheraton Maui can make that happen!  Stare out at the ocean on your way down the aisle on one of their intimate lawns. Afterwards, enjoy their amazing pools situated right on Ka'anapali Beach.

To find out more information on these and other Starwood Hawaii properties, go here or visit the Hawaii destination wedding page.

And be sure to come back in February for an exciting sweepstakes from Starwood Hawaii!