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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.
Located upcountry and in the heart of the Kona Coffee Belt, the estate at Holualoa Inn includes over 30-acres, a 6-room inn, cottage and open-air pavilion. This is the ideal setting for your dream wedding, elopement or vowel renewal. Enjoy lush gardens and breathtaking views and sunsets of the Kona Coast.
Cherish the memories of your celebration forever. Whether you envision an intimate ceremony under the canopy of a Kamani tree, or a grand affair in a unique venue open to a lush tropical garden, our wedding and celebration consultants are here to facilitate the realization of your dream.
Set on a breathtaking shoreline where ancient lava, swaying palms and blue Pacific waters meet, this condominium resort creates an unforgettable backdrop for your wedding. An oceanfront function space and wedding coordinator services are available on-property.
A hidden gem located on the Windward side of O'ahu, Haiku Gardens offers the picture perfect setting for your exclusive wedding! Say "I Do!" in our breathtaking gardens, then spoil your guests with an unforgettable meal by Haleiwa Joes Seafood Grill! Leave your guests speechless- the view is second to none!
Situated on Kaanapali Beach, one of Maui’s most treasured beaches, Aston Kaanapali Shores is the perfect place for a wedding in paradise. Get married in the beautiful garden gazebo and let the on-site wedding coordinator take care of the details.
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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