Oahu has many beautiful Wedding and Vow Renewal Locations. Here are just a few of our favorite beach and park locations. There are many others available. Give a us a call and share your ideas about your dream Hawaiian Wedding and we'll be more than happy to help you select the beach or park location for you Wedding or Vow Renewal.
Magic Island is just outside of Waikiki, in Ala Moana Beach Park with vast green lawns, coconut trees, calm waves, and the majestic view of Diamond Head. Magic Island is popular with walkers and joggers, and paddlers practicing in the distance and the beach at the end of the park with beautiful sunsets.
Waimanalo Bay Beach is on the East Shore of the island, about 45 minutes from Waikiki. It is quiet and peaceful, and less crowded with one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. It was voted the best beach in U.S.in 2015 by Dr. Beach. Sherwood Forest at Waimanalo Bay Beach has miles of white sandy beach that gently slope into the Pacific ocean, wonderful views of offshore islands and a gorgeous background of the Ko’olau Mountains.
Makapu’u is at the south-eastern end of Oahu. It’s rocky coastline, infinite blue waters and scenic view, is a popular destination for surfers and body-boarders. This is a public beach, but is also quiet, private and intimate. The lighthouse on the cliff adds a special charm.
Wai’alae, just a short drive past Diamond Head, creates an island-like oasis with it’s long white sandy beach, coconut palms and Koko Head crater in the background
Waikiki with it’s clear turquoise waters, surfers, canoes and palm trees is just a walk away from the hotels and excitement of the city! Waikiki is the most public, populated area of the island, and everyone loves watching a wedding. Duke Kahanamoku Beach, named best beach in the U.S. by Dr. Beach in 2014, is on the far west end of Waikiki Beach, fronting the Hilton Hawaiian Village, is the widest beach in Waikiki.
The North Shore with its numerous long, sandy, gorgeous beaches that gently slope into the ocean is paradise made in Hawaii!