Kahala Beach Wedding
A Destination Wedding Haven
As far as a destination wedding in Hawaii goes, you can’t go wrong with a Kahala Beach wedding. This sparkling, sunny Hawaii beach venue is covered with heavenly palm trees as far as the eye can see. Kahala Beach on the island of Oahu has all the stuff that dreams are made of. Picture lush swinging palm trees, sparkling sand, and the deep clear blue ocean against the weather-beaten lava rocks. Then, imagine the wonderfully fresh foliage such sea grapes and naupaka flowers. It’s just as if you were staring at one of those priceless photographs from the National Geographic. So yea, it doesn’t get any more perfect than Kahala Beach.
Kahala Beach, thePerfect Backdrop
Beauty almost always takes a lot of work (think of how long the perfect makeup takes) but in Kahala Beach, you have a ready-made stunning backdrop of nature incomparable with any man-made décor options. Not to mention there are a plethora of resorts (luxury and affordable) all along the length of the island that can offer you various packages for catering, décor, and so on.
As a Hawaii wedding photographer it is always an honor to capture real love stories on film. And when you have a truly romantic location such as Kahala Beach, elopements and destination wedding seem to steal our hearts.
Jack And Alyssa- A Quintessential Love Story
We had the pleasure of photographing Jack and Alyssa’s magical day. They were always meant for each other. They were high school sweethearts and had known each other for years. When they were planning their wedding they instinctively said ‘beach’ as the ideal location. So then, some Googling revealed Kahala Beach. They took a particular liking to the island’s traditions that signified an age-old connection with the culture, peace, and contentment.
On the day of their wedding, they wanted a tropical touch with an abundance of tiki torches and wildflowers, wearing garlands as jewelry. As a wedding souvenir, they knew they wanted matching kukui nuts leis that would forever remind them of the times they shared here together. Kukui nut oil was traditionally used for lighting lamps. The tree is symbolic for bliss, enlightenment, and joy. The seeds are collected, polished, and hardened to make beautiful leis and bracelets.
Jack turned to Alyssa while they were walking trying to appear candid on their photoshoot on Waikiki beach and said ‘I will never forget how you looked today with the sun on your face.’
So if you’re searching for the perfect elopement wedding in Hawaii, you have got to check out Kahala Beach. The location, the history, the culture and the incredible scenery will make your “I Do’s” absolutely unforgettable.