Wedding Venues on Kauai

We’ll probably never find a negative thing to say about any of the Hawaiian Islands, and the Garden Isle is no exception. From the drier climes of Poipu and the southern section of the island to the tropical wonders of the North Shore’s Hanalei Bay, this place is, without fail, paradise. Which, we think, makes it the perfect place to plan a wedding for locals and destination-minded couples alike.

Kauai Wedding Venues

We’ll make no secret of our next bias: beachfront weddings in Kauai are our favorite. The white sands, the setting (or rising, or mid-afternoon) sun, the fresh breeze – it all adds up to one dreamy wedding day setting. Better yet, many of the waterfront resorts on the island offer Kauai wedding packages to help make planning simple. The Sheraton Kauai Resort is one such place, and packages here are all-inclusive and fully customizable, with everything from the venue to décor in the options. The resort even takes care to ensure that couples meet the legal requirements for marriage within the state.

Another seaside resort worth looking into is the Courtyard Kauai at Coconut Beach. This Kauai wedding location has three different settings suitable for ceremonies and receptions, and offers special rates on accommodations for you and your guests. The catering menus at the Courtyard range from fine dining to traditional Hawaiian fare, and ingredients are sourced from local farms, while a certified wedding planner is on hand to help turn your wedding wishes into reality. Bonus: both of these resorts happen to be incredible places to start your honeymoon, and your new life together.

P.S. Don’t forget to use the best planning tools around – our wedding websites are perfect for communicating with your guests and sharing the details of your wedding day and registry.

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