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Browsing wedding venues is among the very first steps of planning your big day. But with so many wedding venues to choose from, how do you find The One? First, consider the style of venue you’d like: Garden or beach? Ballroom or barn? Then, read reviews of wedding venues in your desired city and select a few to tour in person. Happy venue hunting!
Princeville Makai Golf Club is a wedding venue located in Princeville, Hawaii, serving couples from all around Honolulu. Named as one of the most scenic golf courses in the world by National Geographic Magazine, this venue offers a one-of-a-kind wedding experience. With tropical flowers, beautiful... (Wedding Venues Hawaii)
Based in Lahaina, Hawaii, Maui Pineapple Chapel is a tropical wedding venue located by the ocean. From the natural light to the historic altar, the renovated chapel is perfect for a destination Hawaii wedding. The majestic backdrop of Makaluapuna Point and the Pacific Ocean offers endless... (Wedding Venues Hawaii)
The Beach House Restaurant is a waterfront restaurant venue in Kauai, Hawaii. As a multi-level venue, they offer plenty of scenic views and multiple dining areas for the ultimate coastal experience. At The Beach House Restaurant, couples are sure to find what they are looking for in wedding day... (Wedding Venues Hawaii)
Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa is a hotel wedding venue located in Kihei, Hawaii. An ideal choice for couples seeking a destination wedding in this wonderful setting, it has a great deal of amazing features. This beachfront setting provides a truly wonderful place to host your wedding - for both... (Wedding Venues Hawaii)
Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa is a romantic, private wedding venue in Poipu, Hawaii. Waterfalls, luxurious pools, and sandy beaches are all woven into the landscape, making this wedding location an idyllic place to relax and score gorgeous wedding photos. Facilities and CapacityThroughout the... (Wedding Venues Hawaii)
Deck. Waikiki is a new exotic wedding venue in Honolulu, Hawaii, that provides tropical service, stunning scenery, and gorgeous food all in one location. For couples eyeing-up a destination wedding in Oahu’s south shore, this could be the place! Facilities and capacity You can tie the knot with your... (Wedding Venues Hawaii)
Breathtaking seascapes, award-winning cuisine, attentive service and Aloha Spirit makes the adults-only Hotel Wailea an ideal destination for your special event. The resort offers an array of location options to choose from, including three garden and ocean view lawns and both indoor and outdoor... (Wedding Venues Hawaii)
Cozy and luxurious bungalows rest along the Kona Coast at Kona Beach Bungalows in Kailua Kona, Hawaii. With the sun setting over the bay, these bungalows provide the perfect setting in which to host your wedding and reception. Couples and their guests can enjoy the six oceanfront rentals on the... (Wedding Venues Hawaii)
Located in Hana. Hawaii, Hana- Maui Resort is a wedding venue surrounded by the lush beauty of Maui’s landscape, inspiring all tropical dream weddings. Whether couples envision an intimate ocean bluff ceremony or a grand luau lasting late into the night, the island site provides the perfect scene... (Wedding Venues Hawaii)
E KOMO MAI! It’s the way we say welcome in Hawaii. From daily complimentary breakfast, private lanais and kitchenettes in every room, it’s at the heart of all that we do at Coconut Waikiki Hotel. So, e komo mai to our boutique Honolulu hotel, packed with amenities to make your stay a good one and... (Wedding Venues Hawaii)
The Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii is a coastal resort wedding venue located on the Kohala Coast on the Big Island of Hawaii. On the island of Hawaii, at the center of five sacred mountains, there is a sanctuary. One of classic Hawaiian architecture and breathtaking landscapes. An enclave of personal... (Wedding Venues Hawaii)
'Ōhi’a Farms is a hidden gem on the North Shore with the most breathtaking views of Mt. Ka’ala, Ka’ena Pt. and the majestic & historical Waimea Bay! Whether you are looking for a wedding venue, a rehearsal dinner or a place to celebrate a special occasion, you have come to the right place. Schedule... (Wedding Venues Hawaii)
Haiku Gardens is an exclusive wedding venue in Kaneohe, Hawaii. Host your special day year-round in a private paradise on Oahu with premier scenery, such as the Ko’oalu Mountains and a tranquil pond.Facilities and Capacity Haiku Gardens can accommodate both exclusive ceremonies and lunch receptions.... (Wedding Venues Hawaii)
Sunset Ranch Hawaii, a private estate with ocean and mountain views in Haleiwa, Hawaii, is a stunning wedding venue on 30 acres of breathtaking land. From elegant tropical gardens to a rustic barn, Sunset Ranch offers couples a variety of indoor and outdoor venues from which to choose. With views of... (Wedding Venues Hawaii)
After a multi-million dollar renovation, The Westin Hapuna Beach Resort is a tropical-style wedding venue on the Big Island of Hawaii's sunny Kohala Coast. Replete with Westin amenities throughout, our oceanfront resort, which celebrated its 25th year in 2019, welcomes guests to work well and... (Wedding Venues Hawaii)
Loulu Palm is an ethereal eco-responsible beachside farm located in Haleiwa, Hawaii that values diversity and hosting inclusive events that have a lasting and loving impact for the couple as well as their friends and families. Always LGBTQ+ friendly. Loulu Palm began as a seed... a twinkling idea, a... (Wedding Venues Hawaii)
Kualoa Ranch Private Nature Reserve is a 4,000 acre wedding venue location on Oahu, Hawaii, about 22 miles outside of Waikiki, on the eastern shores of the island. Kualoa Ranch offers several spectacular ceremony and reception locations within its property. Managed and owned by eight generations of... (Wedding Venues Hawaii)
The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua is a hotel wedding venue located in Lahaina, Hawaii. This picturesque resort boasts luxury while incorporating the natural beauty of the island. Featuring scenic ceremony spaces and elegant function rooms, the venue embodies the welcoming nature of the aloha spirit.... (Wedding Venues Hawaii)
Located in Lahaina, Hawaii on the Kapalua Resort, The Plantation House Restaurant is a restaurant and golf course that services weddings. This facility features contemporary designs and amenities, as well as a number of event sites to accommodate anything your wedding requires. Whether you’re a Maui... (Wedding Venues Hawaii)
Nestled on Maui's famous north shore is the newest, boutique venue on beachfront property. Just steps away from its sister venue, the Paia Inn, The Surfclub is a romantic secret of Paia town with light salty breezes and a soft green lawn leading up to the sandy shore. With its own Temple Makai, an... (Wedding Venues Hawaii)
Who hasn’t dreamed of a tropical island wedding? From white sand beaches and soaring palm trees, to crystaline waters and a culture of Aloha, Hawaii is the ideal place to say “I do". The state is comprised of a series of gorgeous volcanic islands, with 137 islands spread over 1,500 miles. The major islands of Oahu, the Big Island, Kauai and Maui offer countless excellent Hawaii wedding venues, with the largest concentration of possibilities existing in Honolulu (located on Oahu). Whichever island you are on, newly engaged couples can take their pick of just about any wedding style – from tying the knot at a world class beach resort, to celebrating on a sunset boating excursion out on the ocean. You can even get married with your bare toes in the sand!
Hawaii residents are surrounded by beautiful beaches and so it’s hard not to at least consider a beach wedding as a potential wedding venue in Hawaii. Couples can opt for all the traditional wedding event fixings by choosing one of the fabulous (and plentiful) beachfront resort hotels, or they can simply walk out into the sand – anywhere along the spectacular coastline – with their closest friends and family. (Just remember to choose the right wedding shoes for this one – or, perhaps, wear no shoes at all!) Whether you opt for a beach club, ocean front villa, or wide open space near the sea, we have no doubt that your waterfront wedding (and the resulting wedding photos) will be absolutely amazing with the Pacific Ocean as your backdrop. But don’t forget that Hawaii is also filled with fantastic flora, making the possibility of a tropical garden wedding another great option.
Regardless of what Hawaii wedding venue you select, most couples are concerned about the cost of the event. To help decide what options are most realistic, try using our Wedding Budget planning tool.
First, we highly recommend establishing a Wedding Checklist to manage all of your wedding related to-dos. Then, after doing some initial online research, we suggest visiting the most promising wedding venue(s) in Hawaii. During your visit, ask about availability on your preferred wedding date(s). Also, find out how many wedding guests can be accommodated. It may also be helpful to see potential setup options for both the reception and ceremony. Be sure to discuss wedding packages, catering options, and the possibility of bringing in outside vendors such as wedding photographers and florists, if desired. Use our handy Vendor Manager to keep track of all your vendors’ contact info.
Once you’ve booked your Hawaii wedding venue, you can really start to nail down the finer details. Create a free Wedding Website through WeddingWire to share event information with all of your loved ones.