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How to get your marriage license?

Performer License: Larson, Michaela   2013-02829

How to get your marriage license?

Performer License: Larson, Michaela 2013-02829

Information provided here can be changed or updated without notice. 

I recommend you go to the Department of Health to confirm information.

3 Steps to obtain a Marriage License

Step 1: ​Register for a marriage license (print two copies), $65.00 fee will apply.​ 

Step 2: Call a license Agent to schedule an appointment (ABOSOLUTTLY NO WALK INS).  You have 30 days to get married from date of your licensing with the Agent.  Take $5.00 cash with you. Be sure to confirm with the licensing agent required documents and agents service fee.


Step #3: Getting married.

Don't forget to bring your marriage license to the ceremony. Once ceremony is completed, Michaela will finalize your marriage with the State of Hawaii.  A finalized or temporary license can be printed from the State of Hawaii website. Your final legal marriage certificate will be mailed to you directly from the State of Hawaii in Honolulu.​

Sample of the Marriage License



Marriage Agent List 



District Health Office – Hilo (By Appointment Only)

Letisha Kuwahara

(808) 974-6004

Governor’s Liaison Office – Hilo (By Appointment Only)

Dennis Onishi

(808) 974-6262

Private Agent (By Appointment Only)

Rose Delfin 

(808) 640-6179


Private Agent (By Appointment Only)

Monica Balanay

(808) 325-8072


Governor’s Liaison Office – Captain Cook (By Appointment Only)

Susan Kim & Pamela Sanchis

(808) 323-4542


District Health Office - Waimea (By Appointment Only)

Tiffany Joaquin

(808) 887-8114

Linked Performer License: Larson, Michaela 2013-02829

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Marriage License Information

For any person to lawfully marry in the State of Hawaii, a license for that purpose must be obtained from an authorized agent. Once the license has been issued, there is no waiting period before the marriage can take place. No blood tests are needed, and no witnesses are required.

A marriage license and marriage certificate are different documents. The marriage license permits a marriage to take place. The marriage certificate indicates that a legal marriage has been performed.​

Who is eligible to apply for a Wedding License in Hawaii?

  • In applying for a marriage license, both the prospective groom and bride must appear in person before a marriage license agent.

  • A marriage license is issued immediately after the application is accepted by a marriage license agent, and it is valid statewide. A marriage license expires 30 days from and including the date of issuance.

  • There are no state residence or U.S. citizenship requirements.

  • Blood tests or witnesses are not required.
    The legal age to marry is 18 years for both males and females.

  • Males or females of 16 or 17 years of age who wish to marry require the written consent of both parents, legal guardian, or the family court. The parents or legal guardian do not have to be residents of the state. Consent forms may be obtained from a marriage license agent.

  • Proof of age is required. A certified copy of a birth certificate must be presented for anyone 18 years of age or under. A valid I.D. or driver's license may be presented for anyone 19 years of age or over.

  • Cousins may marry. However, the blood relationship between the prospective bride and groom cannot be closer than first cousins.

  • If previously married, proof of original divorce decree or death certificate needs to be presented to the marriage agent by the applicant if the divorce or death was final within 30 days of applying for a marriage license. NO FAX COPY WILL BE ACCEPTED.

  • The fee for a wedding license is payable online by credit card upon completion of the application.

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