Hawaii is special in so many ways, there is even a Hawaii time zone.
The Hawaii-Aleutian Time Zone observes Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time (HST).
The Hawaiian Time Zone observes standard time by subtracting ten hours from Coordinated Universal Time (UTC-10) or better known as Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). Unlike most states in the United States, Hawaii doesn't observe daylight saving time. You will need to be sure to take this into account when calling vendors.
When Daylight Saving Time in not in use, Hawaii is 2 hours behind Pacific Time. When Daylight Saving Time is in use Hawaii is 3 hours behind Pacific Time.
You can use this clock for the current time in Hawaii. The
current time in Maui
are the same. You will find there isn't a time difference within the Hawaiian Islands.
Be sure to take into account the time difference when you are calling vendors for your Hawaiian wedding. Many are easy to contact via email and you may find that you can do most of your correspondence with them this way. There will be some details that you are much more comfortable speaking to someone directly for.
When this comes up you can either schedule a phone call or call during regular business hours for Hawaii to speak with them. Just refer to our time clock to keep you up to date.
With a little planning the Hawaii time zone shouldn't cause you any problems.