Having a Hawaii wedding is a dream come true for so many couples, and not surprisingly, it’s also a dream come true for photographers. Annie and Linn’s Oahu wedding was the first time we’d ever been to Hawaii, and we found it to be even more beautiful and idyllic than we’d imagined. Hawaii is a true paradise, and is one of the most picturesque, relaxing locations for an island wedding. Annie and Linn had their ceremony at the unbelievably gorgeous waterfront property Lanikuhonua and the reception at the Moana Surfrider.
Getting married in Honolulu? Here are some wedding tips for keeping your guests entertained:
1. Surfing lessons are extremely popular in Honolulu in the summer months because of the calmer waves. It’s easy to learn here!
2. Get a map of President Obama’s favorite Hawaii hangouts, and eat where the president eats!
3. Rent a car and drive up to the North Shore, where the beaches are less crowded. You can even find some completely secluded spots of white sand of pristine blue water.


Four Seasons Resort Hualalai, Hawaii

Ashley and Conner’s four-day tropical wedding at Four Seasons Hualalai.


St. Regis Princeville; Daniels Property; Gallenson Property, Kauai, Hawaii

Jen and Jonas plan an adventurous Kauai destination wedding


Kalaheo Estate, Oahu, Hawaii

Alison and Jerry’s Hawaii destination wedding at a spectacular private estate on the island of Oahu.


Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea, Maui, Hawaii

Tammy and Layne fell in love in the Bay Area, and had a Maui destination wedding at the Four Seasons Wailea.


Lanikuhonua, Hawaii

Linn’s friends all described him as reserved and guarded, quiet about his emotions. So I think he surprised everyone, including us, when he gave one of the most heartfelt and sentimental displays of affection we’ve ever seen at a wedding.