Take time to
explore the best Oahu wedding locations for you and your
Whether you're a traditionalist or looking for a unique island setting
or just something simple, there are many Hawaiian wedding venue options
available in these types of categories and more...
a wedding venue…you have no Hawaiian wedding! Ok, you can go
to Honolulu’s downtown city hall and get hitched, but you don’t need us
to tell you about that. Like great Oahu restaurants to choose from,
are hundreds of venues that are available around the
Explore classic hotels, beautiful beach settings, stunning landmark churches, Hawaiian wedding gardens, museum settings, and storybook wedding halls…learn more!
Getting married in Hawaii is beautiful. But like many other choices you’ll be making, there are mediocre to amazing places to choose from. We’ll identify a few choices worth considering, but first you have to decide the type of setting you might want. These settings could include at a beautiful hotel, on the beach, at a museum, or a distinctive church?
When choosing a hotel in Oahu, consider a classic such as the Royal Hawaiian or the Moana Surfrider Hotel. Both built in the early 1900’s and constructed beautifully with no details left out! They are as storybook as you can get for Hawaii.
Getting married on the beach sounds romantic and can be a beautiful way to tie the knot, if you’re up for it. Not all beaches are friendly to get married on. It takes some planning, state permits and possible day-event insurance for a ceremony to take place on sandy grounds.
Beautiful beach scenes include Kailua Beach, magical Waimanalo Bay, and Punaluu. All three of these beaches happen to be on the windward side of the island, where it’s typically a little bit cooler, quieter, and the water is pristine aqua blue.
There is something said for planning a traditional Hawaiian wedding in a church, and Oahu has lots of choices from different religion denominations to unconventional congregations that host at local business, schools, community centers, and even movie theaters!
I recommend taking a look at St. Andrew’s Cathedral,
Kawaiaha’o Church, St. Agustine, St Patrick’s and Sacred
cool would it be to get married at the Bishop
Museum, the charismatic Honolulu Museum of Art, or historic Iolani
Palace? These places along with other incredible Oahu wedding
Consider getting married along the waterfront at the Waikiki
have a beautiful outdoor lawn area that looks out over the
Waimea Falls Park, also known as Waimea Valley, is
another good wedding
destination with facilities and beautiful botanical gardens.