This premier luxury vacation property is nestled in the exclusive beachfront community of Puako on the Kohala Coast of the Big Island, has sleeping for 20 or so, and has 3 bungalows, and Main House with 3 bedrooms and a roomy loft, and large kitchen. This bamboo home is ideal for a Hawaiian wedding. Catering / planning.
Not your average black box photo booth. We are a lovingly restored classic VW Bus converted into a modern photo booth. We are the special touch you need for your special event. So fun and an instant topic of conversation for your guests. We love sharing our passion for photography, VW and smiles. Memories for a lifetime
Haiku Mill is a sugar mill ruin dating back to 1857 that has been transformed into a fairytale wedding and reception venue. An intimate setting, surrounded by lush blossoming vines with a waterfall flowing in the background. Perfect for your event with it's elegant chandeliers, built-in sound system and pavilion dance area
Named "Best Presentation" by Wall Street Journal in wedding gown preservation review. You will love our hand cleaning, museum quality preservation and great customer service. Nationwide with Free Shipping. Your choice of two archival preservation methods. Get a free online quote.
Aloha! Knots & Shots Hawaii, LLC is a creative wedding business that specializes in beach and estate ceremonies. We are a team of talented professionals, who work closely together, to provide you with exceptional services on your big day.
Ali’i Means “Royalty” in Hawaiian. Which is exactly what every Bride and Groom should feel like on their wedding day! Here at Alii Kauai weddings we strive to provide you with the destination wedding of your dreams. All of the details to your ceremony will be taken care of prior to your arrival on our beautiful ...
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While the Big Island doesn’t traditionally pick up the same amount of tourist interest as some of Hawaii’s other destinations, the state’s namesake is still qualified – in our opinion – to call itself paradise. read more