Locations

Being on a tropical island surrounded by natural beauty with million dollar views everywhere it can be overwhelming to try and choose the perfect spot for your ceremony. I get requests for location suggestions for weddings frequently. I have curated a list of locations I have officiated weddings or that I recommend for wedding and vow renewal ceremonies. Please contact the venue for more information or contact the Parks and Recreation Dept for permit information. I do not receive any commissions for referrals to any of these locations.

Venues I have officiated Weddings at you may want to consider for wedding or vow renewal.

Kapolei Golf Course
Ko’olau Ballrooms
The Moana Grand Ballroom
Loulou Palm Farm Estate
Okinawa Center
Foster Botanical Garden
Roys at Ko’olina
Hale Koa Hotel
Hawaiian Monarch Hotel – request a room with a large lanai facing the water or Diamond Head and have the ceremony on your lanai.
Queen Kapiolani Hotel– request a room with a large lanai facing the water or Diamond Head and have the ceremony on your lanai.
Iolani Palace
Ke Iki Beach Bungalows
Neck Deep Tattoo
Private homes/beach houses in Waipahu, Black Point, Ewa Beach, Kapolei, Pupukea, Nanakuli, Haleiwa. An alternative to renting a venue is rent a beach front house and have your wedding at the house or on the beach in front of the house. I recommend houses on Laniakea Beach, Ke Iki Beach, or Pupukea Beach on the North Shore.

Beaches and Parks around Oahu I recommend that offer spectacular backdrops for weddings and vow renewal ceremonies

Pu’uloa Beach (Ewa Beach)
Iroquois Point Beach (Ewa Beach)
Barbers Point Beach Park (Kapolei)
Nimitz Beach (Kapolei)
Mauna Lahilahi Beach  (Waianae)
He’eia State Park has and outdoor stage and a banquet hall for receptions as well. (Kaneohe)
Pyramid Rock Beach located on KBMC base. Military id required. You must also sponsor me on. (Kaneohe)
Kualoa Beach Park and Campgrounds (Kaneohe)
Kailua Beach Park (Kailua)
Kalama Beach Park (Kailua)
Kokololio Beach Park and Camping (Hauula)
Kawela Bay Beach Park (Kahuku)
Bellows Field Beach Park (Waimanalo)
Mokuleia Beach Park (Waialua)
Ke Iki Beach (Haleiwa)
Ai’i Beach Park (Haleiwa)
Puu Ualakaa State Park aka Tantalus Lookout (Honolulu)
Liliuokalani Botanical Garden with a hidden waterfall in the heart of the city of Honolulu.
Magic Island (Waikiki)
Waikiki Beach – Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon
Waikiki Beach-Kuhio Beach
Waikiki Beach – Queens Beach
Waikiki Beach – San Souci Beach
Leahi Beach Park (Waikiki)








Starters

Salmon Canapés
Smoked salmon topped with crème fraîche, dill and capers
$15.00

Pork Rillettes
With quick pickle of dried apricots and pistachio crumble
$14.00

Provençal Vegetable Tart
With seasonal vegetables
$12.50

Mini Tartes Flambées
Traditional Alsatian dish made with home-smoked bacon and onions
$12.50

Goat’s Cheese Salad
Served warm with honey and croûtons
$12.50

Fricassée of Wild Mushrooms
Braised wild mushrooms served with seaweed and liquid nitrogen
$14.50


Mains

Coq au Vin d’Alsace
Chicken cooked in Riesling with onions, mushrooms and herbs
$25.50

Bouillabaisse
Traditional Provençal fish stew, with shrimp, mussels, clams and monkfish
$26.00

Sole Meunière
Pan-fried sole in butter and served with brown butter sauce, parsley and lemon
$28.00

Côte de Boeuf
60 days aged rib steak, pepper sauce, fondant potatoes
$31.00

Duck à l’Orange
Roasted duck breast with crispy skin and velvety citrus sauce
$26.50

Pea and Asparagus Risotto
With goat’s cheese, rocket and baby shoot salad
$22.00


Desserts

Chocolate Macarons
A classic French delicacy, filled with rich chocolate ganache
$12.00

Crêpe Suzette
Delicate crêpe in buttery, orange sauce; served flambé
$13.00

Praline Cake
Multi-layer praline and chocolate cake with caramel cream cheese
$12.00

Tarte Tatin
Sticky caramel sauce with apples, served with whipped cream
$12.00

Lemon Tart
zesty lemon tang, creamy custard and topped with meringue
$12.00

Trio of Fruit
Blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, plums and passion fruit
$28.00


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