Hawaii. The creme de la creme. The dream destination. Where the beaches are incomparable and the weather is impeccable. If you’re someone who loves the sand and the sun, Oahu Hawaii might be a wedding destination to consider. How can you make your wedding more memorable than by getting married in Hawaii? Just imagine the wind in your hair and the sand between your toes, oh how nice it would be to be there right now. Still not entirely convinced? Need a bit more to visualize? Well, we’ve put together a great list of our favorite 10 venues in Oahu Hawaii. If you can’t picture your wedding at any of these places you’re definitely not a wind-in-your-hair-sand-in-your-toes gal and maybe you’ll get more inspiration elsewhere. However, if you can’t stop daydreaming about these venues, you definitely have to have your wedding in Hawaii. Click on the venue titles below to get more information from each.
Turtle Bay Resort is one of Hawaii's most well-known destinations, residing on the absolutely thrilling North Shore. It's no surprise that the resort surrounded by beaches, rainforests, farmlands, and woodlands has been featured in over 150 TV shows and movies. From modest vows on a beachfront or in a quiet cove to a big celebration in an oceanfront pavilion or ballroom, wedding packages provide a large variety of service and celebration alternatives. There's even a stable side spot where you may ride off into the sunset on a horse.
Loulu Palm is an eco-responsible oceanfront farm in Haleiwa, Hawaii, that encourages diversity and hosts inclusive events that create an ever-lasting impact on the newlyweds along with their family and friends. Outdoor weddings at Loulu Palms may accommodate up to 225 guests. They have two event locations on-site, including two interior areas for getting prepared and one outside space in their lovely beachside garden with a covered raised lanai option.
Prince Waikiki can offer 8 different venues for your dream wedding to take place. These venues are both inside and outside and can hold up to 420 guests. 420?? That’s right this is the perfect place for a HUGE partyyyy. Their indoor venues include the open Maikiki room with window walls, the large Pi’ianio Ballroom, the Waihi or Manoa Boardroom, and last but not least the intimate Palolo Room. Their outside venues include the Muliwai Deck and the Bird of Paradise located on their Hawaii Prince Golf Course.
Haiku Gardens is truly a stunning rare find in Kaneohe. Who doesn’t want the breathtaking Ko'olau Mountains as your backdrop while you say “I Do” in their gorgeous private gardens? After you become newly-wed, you can spoil your guests with the local cuisine which has won multiple awards. Their aesthetically appealing restaurant looks right over the exclusive gardens.
What’s more magical than having your wedding in a Disney Resort and Spa? Aulani is the ideal venue for a romantic yet calm celebration, encircled by spectacular beaches and dazzling oceans. And after an unforgettable ceremony, you can experience your fairy-tale dreams by having Disney characters attend your reception. How cool is that?
Dillingham Ranch is a unique property that incorporates all of Hawaii's attractions and spirit, from pristine beaches to mountain landscapes and miles of vast greenery filled with coconut trees, monkey pods, and exotic Hawaiian plant species. If you’re a horse lover, that's a bonus as their estate consists of famous polo grounds and a grande equestrian center.
Paradise Cove provides three distinctive sites for your ceremony, all surrounded by lush greenery, the bluest lagoons, rocky coastlines, and beautiful mountainous regions. As hinted by the name, they truly provide you with paradise scenery for your special day. Now, who doesn’t want to get married in Paradise?
Can you believe that this place used to be a playground for Hawaiian Royalty? Imagine getting married in the footsteps of royalty. Apart from that really cool fact, in Ko Olina, you can experience some of the most beautiful and intimate sunset gatherings on their luxurious beaches. As for your ceremonies, all their inside and outside venues have an oceanfront view. They even have their own chapel that provides you with astonishing views of the Pacific ocean.
Lanikuhonua is known as the place “where heaven meets the earth”. Not only does that sound super poetic, but it sounds like an incredibly memorable place. Want to know what makes a wedding even more memorable for beach lovers? Having a barefoot ceremony on the beach. If that’s your dream, then this is where your wishes are fulfilled.
Looking for a luxurious Resort that has a Spa so you can get a couples massage as newlyweds? Worth looking at this place. They have huge celebratory spaces which can hold up to 500 guests. Their most well-known venue for a wedding is their Nae Terrace, which overlooks the ocean through the lush palm trees.
They’re all gorgeous, aren’t they? Well, there’s plenty more other venues out there; these are just some of our favorites. Make sure that you do efficient research when trying to find the perfect place for your ceremony and compare them. All these places are unique in their own way but you still want to find one that suits you most. If you want more information on individual venues either have a look at their website or read reviews. Now the real question is, are you now a bit more convinced that getting married in Hawaii is unique and magical? If so, what are you waiting for? Go get married in paradise.