Romantic Hawaii Wedding Locations
Unique Locations for the "Big Day"
Hawaii is definitely one of the most romantic places in the world and Hawaii has many storybook setting. Whether you say your vows next to a cascading waterfall, swim together in a sea turtle cove or have a cozy candlelit dinner overlooking a shimmering beach, we can have a wedding in a place that dreams are made of.

The following are some ideas for unusual and romantic wedding locations throughout the islands.

Kilauea Lakeside Estate, Kauai This secluded retreat boasts a 20-acre lake, five acres of tropical landscaping and a lavish three-bedroom home that clients rent in order to marry on the property.

Kaupoa Beach, Molokai A sunset ceremony on secluded sands.

Diamond Head Park, Oahu With palm trees and manicured lawns by the sea, this small, photogenic park near Waikiki provides what some couples call the quintessential Hawaiian setting.

Waterfall Wedding Couples fly in a helicopter over the scenic Na Pali Coast and Waimea Canyon en route to the ceremony site, notable for its three cascading waterfalls.

Pali Kai, Four Seasons Resort, Maui With native Hawaiian plants and cliff-side views of Wailea Beach, this intimate wedding site needs no man-made props.

Nani Maui Gardens, Big Island Four miles from Hilo, this nature-lover’s attraction provides 20 acres of gardens, pavilions and waterfalls for weddings of all sizes. Couples can plant a tree together to honor the occasion.

Sweetheart Rock, Lanai Rising from the sea off the southern coast, this backdrop comes with its own romantic Hawaiian legend. Supposedly, a jealous husband kept his beautiful wife, Puu Pehe, hidden in a sea cave, until one day, she drowned in the cave. Overcome with sadness, he buried her body at the top of an inaccessible rock island, then jumped off the rock to his death.

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Big Island Passions run high when couples recite their vows by the rising steam of a smoldering volcano.