The bridal party can stay directly on the property! We can sleep up to 24 in our 5 unique ocean front bungalows. This makes it very easy to relax when you arrive and to get ready for your wedding day.
We offer a selection of caterers to provide nearly any style of cuisine for your perfect wedding ...
Radiating the graceful spirit of aloha, the Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa embodies the romance of Hawaii. Unfolding on 50 oceanfront acres, this resort shines with natural beauty and sensual ambiance. Enjoy a private dinner on the beach or indulge in a lavish couple’s spa escape at Anara ...
Located in the top two floors of the Pioneer Plaza Building, this modern venue offers breathtaking views of Honolulu Harbor, downtown city lights, and the wondrous Ko’olau mountain range. Any couple can show their guests a venue many have never seen before...one of the best kept secrets of Oahu.
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.
The Kona Beach Bungalows are 5 luxury beach front vacation rentals on the Kona Coast, all together in same private complex. Specializing in wedding accommodations, ceremony and reception in one spectacular location.
Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion cuisine promises to make for one of the most unique fine dining experiences available. Nowhere else will you find Roy’s Classic Hawaiian Martini, Yamaguchi Sushi, Misoyaki Butterfish and Chocolate Soufflé all at the same table. Banquet room capacity is 90 people (9 round tables of 10.
See our extensive list of Hawaii wedding venues, reception facilities and other exciting wedding locations. Whether you're planning an outdoor wedding for 30 or a formal dinner reception for 300, your venue should provide the right atmosphere for your celebration.
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