Weekends and Holidays


We suggest not have your event on a Saturday or Sunday or a holiday!

Why? Everybody goes to the beach on weekends and holidays in Hawaii LOL! Just think of how the most popular recreational spot where you live is like on the weekends... it's like that. Simply, it's busy, busy earlier, and busy all day. There's people all over the place, weekend traffic, no parking, and events like parades, carnivals, canoe races, football, parties, and all manner of things people do on weekends happens that we can't plan for. FYI: When you have your event on a weekend or holiday, you accept this

We understand that for some couples a weekend or holiday, may be your only choice but, we're sorry, we're sorry, going to have to charge you. Our people work all week long doing weddings and they like to have weekends off unless, they're doing the big local jobs where they get paid far more. We don't pay them as much as a large local wedding but, we do.

We do 9 am (best), 10 am, and sunset. We do not take jobs at any other times.

We work on most State holidays, rarely on big Federal holidays when everyone is off. You can ask though.

We do December 24 & 31 in the mornings only. We do not work on Jan 1, Easter Sunday, July 4, or Dec 25.

These are the beaches that we do weekends and holidays.

Waimanalo Beach - 9 am and 10 am.

Waialae/Kahala Beach - 9 am and 10 am.

Magic Island - Mornings at 9 am and 10 am and Sunset.