Marriage Requirements - How to get married in Hawaii

DURING PANDEMIC EMERGENCY ORDERS, YOU MUST APPLY ONLINE AND SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT BEFORE MEETING A MARRIAGE AGENT
CLICK HERE for the Online Marriage License Application

  1. Choose your marriage location and RSVP
    CLICK HERE TO SEE FEES AND LOCATIONS
    RSVP with us for your Hawaii civil wedding / marriage elopement

  2. Obtain a marriage license

    • You can apply online for a Hawaii marriage license.  There is no wait period and no residential requirements for a marriage in Hawaii at this time.  Prior to completing the marriage or civil union application, be sure to review the marriage or civil union requirements for obtaining a license.  After you've met the requirements, fill out the online application.  The application should only take a few minutes.  You will be asked to enter a performer name in the application, please select "James Chun" as your marriage performer.

  3. Meet with marriage license agent

    • After completing the online application, you will need to meet with the agent to obtain your license (be sure to bring your ID). You can scheduled a appointment with them with there online booking site.
       

    • Meet your marriage at the Department of Health or at one the other locations listed.

      Hawaii Department of Health on Oahu
      Mon - Fri, 8:00a - 4:00p
      Closed all State and Federal Holidays

      1250 Punchbowl Street
      Honolulu Hawaii 96817

  4. Book with us for your marriage at the location you selected.

Step 1

Select a location

Choose from our list of parks and beaches for your elopement. If you just want to sign marriage paperwork, we can do that in our office.

Step 2

RSVP for marriage

Once you've decided on a location, you are ready to book a wedding date with us for a ceremony or to sign papers in my office.

Step 3

Apply for license

Apply for a marriage license with the State of Hawaii. It's a quick application. When asked for the performer name, select "Chun, James" from the list.

Step 4

Meet a agent / Get license

Before the actual marriage, you will need to pick up the license from a state marriage agent. When you meet them, they will give you a license to marry.