Sunset Beach, Haliewa Beach Park, Mokuleia,
Pupukea Three Tables.
Sunset or Sunset Light is available.
Vendor travel fees apply.
We're going to tell you up front, save your money and use any one of our selected beaches which are far more scenic and better for weddings in all regards, than anything on the North Shore.
Do your event in the morning and simply spend the day in Honolulu or have a sunset dinner, and have dinner and hang-out in Waikiki for the evening.
You'll do much better coming to us and using a beach like Waimanalo, Makapuu, Waialae/Kahala, or Magic Island.
The North Shore is about 35-45 miles from Waikiki, 1.5-2 hours drive depending upon traffic.
We've used Sunset Beach, Papailoa, Haliewa Beach Park, and Sharks Cove/Three Tables.
The light during the day is OK but, the geography and orientation of the coast creates difficult lighting for photos at sunset.
North Shore is a high-traffic tourist destination and the beaches are nowadays always busy.
Traffic can be a problem. It's super busy in the late Fall and Winter surfing season, and busy in the Summer tourist season. Always busy at sunset.
There are no "secret" locations and the ones that may be less busy because of accessibility difficulty are prone to broken car windows and other crime.
It's a long drive for your guests from Waikiki and a long drive for our vendors and consequently, more costly than it needs to be. For our vendors, your "simple" beach wedding becomes a 4-6 hour job and our top and most busy vendors just won't do it.
The only reason you would want to have your wedding at the North Shore is because, you're staying out there, we understand but, we still suggest you come to us.
It’s really up to you. If you don't want to come to us and save some money as we suggest, we can go out there and make the best of it. We do go out there.