Park

Kapiolani Park & Dillingham Fountain

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This is the oldest public park in Hawaii and located on the East end of Waikiki. It was named after Queen Kapiolani. It’s gorgeous fields parallel the Louise Dillingham Fountain, built is 1960. This location serves as a lovely spot for wedding photography with Diamond Head’s peak as the backdrop. South Shore.

Leahi Wedding Park

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This serene, quiet oceanfront park on the slopes of Diamond Head is a excellent choice for a ceremony of not more than 25 people. With palm trees, a greenery covered gazebo surrounding an ancient Hawaiian tree and full unobstructed ocean views, it is a photographers’ dream location. Parking is within 1/3 mile either at the Diamond Head look out or in Kapiolani Park. South Shore.

Magic Island

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Located on the West end of Waikiki in the Ala Moana Beach Park, green grass lines the walkways along with Diamond Head and the yacht club harbor in the background. This lovely spot is very convenient for a ceremony at any time of the day. A local favorite, often with paddlers practicing in the distance waters will be perfect for your favorite snap shots. South Shore.

Diamond Head Crater Park

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If you are wanting a alternative experience and you are on the sportier more athletic side, the Top of Diamond Head is a 40 minute hike up a winding trail inside the crater, 730 ft above sea level just on the outskirts of Waikiki. The view is stunning from East to West. Perfect for a sunrise wedding! (Work out clothes NOT required:) South Shore.