If You Want A Fairytale Hawaiian Oceanside Park Wedding, Leahi Park is ideal. 

Grab your passports, and sunglasses cause this real love story is taking you all the way from Gold Coast of Australia to the breathtaking Hawaiian Islands.  We’re taking you to a Leahi Park Wedding, an oceanfront wedding venue on Oahu, Hawaii.

As you can imagine planning a wedding in Hawaii from Australia poses several challenges. One of the first being understanding the average cost of a wedding in Hawaii and next how to choose the perfect Hawaii wedding venue for the “I Do’s” and reception. Of course, using the internet to search through the thousands of Hawaii wedding packages, destinations, flowers and planners is easy. But the reality is, sitting in the comfort of your own home scrolling through endless options of wedding vendors is mind-blowing and easily overwhelming. 

Real Hawaii Destination Wedding, How To Plan It From Abroad

After a lot of searching and trying to decide between an Oahu wedding, a beach wedding or an oceanside park setting.  Ananta & Katrina finally decided they needed help. With thousands of destination wedding packages Hawaii, and venues it became hard to know exactly which one was perfect for them as a couple. Luckily, Islander Weddings came to the rescue!  Being experts on Oahu wedding venues and vendors, Islander Weddings made everything easy.  Ananta & Katrina ultimately decided on choosing from several Hawaii wedding packages and found a Hawaii wedding venue that matched their spirit.   

Ananta and Katrina decided on a picturesque setting for their ceremony, Leahi Park. Leahi which locals translate to “Brow of the Tuna”, is located only five minutes east of Waikiki, at the foot of the scenic and iconic Diamond Head Mountain. Part of the lure and charm of Diamond Head Mountain is not only the beautiful panoramic view of Honolulu but it’s rich history.

Story has it that the 760-foot crater (Diamond Head) got its name from the British sailors who thought they had discovered diamonds on the crater’s slopes. Imagine a volcano erupting with diamonds, seems too good to be true right? Well it was! To the sailors dismay the “diamonds” they thought they found were actually shiny calcite crystals and had no value. But this history helped to create the iconic mystery and is one of the reasons that makes Leahi Park and Diamond Head Mountain the perfect setting to say “I Do”!  (Source of History: GoHawaii.com)

The Perfect Wedding Day In Hawaii

After months of planning their Hawaii destination wedding from Australia, the day finally arrived. It was a beautiful afternoon, vibrant blue skies, stunning scenery and friends and family that traveled from a far to witness their joining. What could be better? Katrina looked gorgeous in a beautiful lace, fit & flare gown. With both her Mom and Dad escorting her she walked down the aisle to her beloved, Ananta.  

The couple requested a Hawaiian minister, who was present to not only officiate the ceremony, but to sing and play ukulele. An amazing and personal tribute to the culture of Hawaii and the love that they have for each other. After the ceremony the couple enjoyed a photo session at the park with guests.  And then traveled to a different beach park for more photos and a champagne toast with the bridesmaid and groomsmen to celebrate their union. Once the bubbly was gone it was time to party! Ananta and Katrina chose a wonderful limousine service Honolulu to drive them to Tiki’s Grill for their reception party.

Islander Weddings made planning a Hawaii destination wedding from Australia easy. By cultivating Hawaii wedding packages all-inclusive that encompassed everything that is important to the couple the perfect Hawaii wedding day came to life!

In all, the wedding of Ananta and Katrina was a celebration of all things that are beautiful. From the breathtaking scenery to the love the couple shares with each other as well as family and friends. A truly perfect Hawaiian wedding day! Ready to plan your dream Hawaii destination wedding? Contact us now. 

Oahu wedding photographer: Izumoto Photography

Leahi Park Wedding

Happily Married at Leahi Park

Happily Married at Leahi Park