Authentic Hawaiian Ranch on the beautiful Kohala coast offering 4 gorgeous, historic plantation era bungalows surrounded by stunning old growth landscape and sweeping ocean and sunset views. Puakea Ranch is an ideal location for special private events and weddings.
Vintage beachfront estate with private beach access ~ Magnificent Ocean, Tropical & Mountain Views ~ Victory and Tropical Garden ~ Outdoor Venue Accommodates up to 400 ~ Make your romantic dreams a reality!
Imagine your Kohala Coast wedding on a beautiful white sand beach in Hawaii with a dramatic sunset as the backdrop. Gorgeous outdoor settings like this and others are yours to experience at Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel.
Happily ever after begins with an Oahu wedding at the Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki & Golf Club. Celebrate the start of your life together at one of the most romantic wedding locations in the world, where personal touches ensure the memory of your special day will last forever.
Kualoa has some of the most beautiful venues for a perfect wedding:terraced gardens with luscious green cliffs overlooking the blue ocean, secluded white sandy beach overlooking Mokoli`i Island, and tranquil tree filled gardens viewing the ancient Hawaiian fishpond. On site catering, complete wedding packages, & amenities.
Gannon's, a Pacific View Restaurant is located on a hill above the Pacific Ocean. It is a perfect location for a rehearsal dinner, wedding ceremony, and reception. We can provide you with all your wedding accommodations to make your day amazing!
At Halii Kai, we specialize in intimate island weddings, overlooking the Pacific Ocean against the backdrop of a stunning Kona sunset. We can reserve luxurious villas for you and all your guests, arrange your romantic wedding ceremony and reception; and customize any detail or enhancement you desire.
Browse our directory of Hawaii wedding ceremony sites for the ideal place to tie the knot. You'll find the perfect wedding location to reflect you and your love.
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