Famous for its beautiful beaches, crystal clear waters, and the perfect tropical temperatures, Hawaii is a dream destination for vacations, honeymoons, and weddings. With so many different types and locations are available-standard and icons from the world-famous Hotel – one certainly spoiled for choice. This places to get married In Hawaii.
The Royal Hawaiian
Known as the “Red Palace”, a beautiful oceanfront property on Waikiki Beach has several facilities location to serve the diverse needs and desires of the wedding party. Calm, tranquil Coconut Grove makes a beautiful backdrop, as well as Helumoa – located between The Royal Hawaiian and Sheraton Waikiki. For those looking for a ceremony near the water, it also has sea grass and Terrace, which is just a few steps from the beach and directly facing the line of Waikiki Beach. For receptions, the property has The Monarch Room has a stage, dance floor and glass doors that open to the sea; as well as The Regency Ballroom, to host a reception after the wedding.St. Regis Princeville
St. Regis Princeville
Considered the most prestigious and luxurious on the island of Kauai, St. Regis Princeville is located on the North Shore and has some part of the property for hosting wedding ceremonies. Guests can opt for the Barefoot wedding on the beach, or get married in darizahlan Cove-a sheltered Beach grass b darizahlan trees and framed by cascading waterfalls and the ocean. Hanalei terrace is a cliff-side location offers spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and surrounded by lush, tropical gardens and a terrace Bar offers features designed water indefinitely extend the Hanalei Bay views. Receptions can be held at the Astor Ballroom, which hosts up to 500 guests, Terrace Bay, darizahlan Cove, as well as a Suite of Hanalei-which is ideal for small parties up to 60.
Filled with more than 150 years of history with roots in the island’s sugar cane industry, factory legendary Haiku is located on the north shore of Maui, the famous road to Hana. The property has a wonderful mix of France style decor, ruins draped in vines, and gorgeous flora that includes the Banyan trees, jasmine and gardenia flowers. The Park includes a former sugar cane where the bride and a bridesmaid can be ready, and antique lights hang under the mango tree to create the feeling of really smooth.
Located on the big island of Hawaii, Kealakekua Bay is about 12 miles south of Kailua-Kona and became a popular spot for weddings. Framed by black lava and is often visited by dolphins, this stunning venue is the perfect setting to exchange vows, followed by a reception at one of the nearby private estate.
A 10-acre property that is located in the stunning Ko Olina and offers natural beauty and spirit of Hawaii to incorporate into your wedding. You have the choice to get married barefoot on the beach, or you can have Your ceremony and reception in the expansive lawns surrounded by tropical splendor. Plantation can accommodate up to 1,700 guests and have plenty of open space and good lighting-make it the perfect place to take lots of photos.