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If you’re craving a breath of ocean breeze, a splash of adventure, and an island’s worth of romance, there’s no better place to get married than in Oahu, Hawaii. Home to the world-famous Waikiki Beach, along with a diverse collection of rocky coves and exotic, lush attractions, Oahu is a romantic paradise that welcomes lovers with its warm, lingering spirit of aloha. As one could imagine, wedding venues in Hawaii are some of the most beautiful in the world, and Ocean Garden at Ko’olina Oahu is no exception. Set above the rugged coastline, this picture-perfect wedding spot presents the best of the island’s natural features, brewing magic and festivity into every wedding it hosts.
Weddings at Ocean Garden at Ko’Olina take place on a pristine piece of land perched atop the Pacific Ocean. Here, the rhythmic sound of the ocean gently breaks along the lava rock coast and provides a ceremony experience as one-of-a-kind as your love. Swaying palm trees, fragrant flowers, and lush evergreen fauna add to the tropical scene, not only reflecting the beauty of Hawaii but also the beauty of your happiness and commitment. Here’s another perk: you can choose to add traditional details—a conch shell blower, a ukulele player, and leis, to name a few—to your ceremony! After, incredible wedding photos are taken on the cove with flecks of seawater and a beautiful setting sun in the frame. The reception continues outdoors, as guests dine and dance under the glow of the string lights and the moon. For the ultimate destination wedding in Hawaii, Ocean Garden has it all!
Photography by: Kpix Photography
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