Guide to Honolulu Wedding Venues
Look no further, you have found your guide to Honolulu wedding venues! Your wedding day is supposed to be a day full of beautiful moments that last a lifetime. Part of that is choosing the most perfect venue to celebrate your marriage.
Choosing Hawaii as your wedding destination is the first smart wedding decision you’ve made. Now, are you trying to choose the perfect location to exchange those vows and celebrate your big day?
Let’s take a look at some of these Honolulu wedding venues for your special day. The hardest part will be choosing between these gorgeous venues.
Waimanalo Beach Wedding Venue
Are you looking for an option where you won’t have tourists peeking at your wedding? Do you like the idea of a more private setting, less known than some other locations? Sherwoods is a favorite part of Waimanalo Bay with its Ironwood tree forest just yards from the pristine beach.
Waimanalo Bay Beach might be just the location for you. With miles of soft, white sand and turquoise-blue waters. You’ll not only always remember your wedding day for marrying the love of your life, but the scenic views too.
Waimanalo Bay Beach is located 45 minutes from Waikiki.
Magic Island Venue at Ala Moana Park
Get the translation of Ala Moana and you’ll quickly understand why this is a perfect Hawaiian wedding venue. Meaning path to the sea, the Ala Moana Beach Park opens to majestic views of Diamond Head. Magic Island at Ala Moana Park is a well-known beach found between downtown Honolulu and Waikiki.
Makapu’u Beach Venue
If picturesque is on your wish list, then look no further than Makapu’u Beach Park. In the native language, Makapu’u means bulging eye. Now, that may not be your wedding day goal, but you won’t be able to take your eyes off from the volcanic shores of Makapu’u Beach Park.
Imagine the setting of a semi-circle of sheer black volcanic cliffs. Off in the distance isÂ Rabbit Island, a State seabird sanctuary. The beach is also bordered by the cliffs of the Koolau mountain range. If jaw-dropping views are part of your dream, look no further than Makapu’u Beach Park.
Paradise Cove Beach
Want your wedding to have in attendance one of the sea turtles or monk seals in the cove? This beach is particularly popular for its calm waters created by the coral reef wall protecting the cove.
You can get to Paradise Cove Beach at Koolina Resort through a small winding path. Then finish your wedding celebration with a luau at the either the Aulani Resort or Paradise Cove Luau.
North Shore Beach Wedding Venues
Looking for the charm of a Hawaiian surf community, then look no further than the beaches of the North Shore. While you might find surfers there during winter season, in summer you’ll find the perfectly calm tranquil waters for a wedding backdrop. If you like the allure of the big crashing waves, plan for a winter Hawaiian wedding instead in December or January, right around the holidays. Three of our favorites are Papailoa Beach, Keiki Beach, and Kawela Bay.
Your Guide to Honolulu Wedding Venues
The most challenging part of your wedding planning might be narrowing down your choice of which Honolulu wedding venue best suits your desire.
With the tropical beach settings and gorgeous ocean in the background, it’ll be a day worth remembering always.
If you want some help planning your Hawaiian wedding, we have a variety of packages available for you. Contact us today for more information about our wedding options.