Best Park/Garden wedding venues in Hawaii

Our Curated List of the Top 10 Hawaii Park/Garden Wedding Venues
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    O’ahu Wedding Villas & Venues
    Oahu, Hawaii
    Whether in a lush tropical garden, amidst the mountains, or at the beach; embark your most memorable day only here in the heart of Hawaii-the O’ahu island and make it an event everyone will remember! Our beautiful estates can host anywhere from 20-500 guests. Depending on your budget & vision we can place you in one of our many wonderful venues.
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    Kaanapali Beach Hotel
    Lahaina, Hawaii
    Your dream Hawaiian, oceanfront wedding comes true at the Kaanapali Beach Hotel! With four lawn areas mere steps away from the ocean sand, every one of your friends and family can enjoy the uplifting beach atmosphere as they participate in the ceremony. The warm rays of sunlight, swaying palms, and tropical breezes are just a few features that will help make your special day even more memorable.
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    Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa
    Koloa, Hawaii
    Create memories to last a lifetime with the stunning Hawaiian beachfront as your backdrop! The romance of Kaua‘i is catching; in fact, the island was recently recognized as the most romantic place to celebrate an anniversary by USA Today's 10 Best Awards and the resort honored as the Best Place for a Wedding on Kauai by Hawaii Magazine readers.
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    Haiku Gardens
    Kaneohe, Hawaii
    A hidden gem nestled in Haiku Valley on the windward side of Oahu in Kaneohe, Haiku Gardens is the ultimate venue for a tropical wedding. Whether you live in the islands or across the sea, Haiku Gardens provides every bride with her own secluded paradise.
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    Ocean Garden at Ko Olina Oahu
    Kapolei, Hawaii
    Experience all of what Hawaii has to offer with sparkling blue ocean front, the beauty of sweeping lawns and fragrant tropical gardens, and a festive lu’au under the stars. Hawaii always makes you feel at ease but the Ocean Garden at Ko Olina Oahu takes it to another level.
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    Ho`omaluhia Botanical Garden
    Kaneohe, Hawaii
    Ho'omaluhia Botanical Garden is a dreamy wedding venue located in Kaneohe, Hawaii. This park displays striking scenery with lush greenery, a lake, and mountains in the distance. This 400-acre park in windward Oahu is named Ho'omaluhai or "a peaceful refuge". The tropical plants and dramatic Hawaiian geography make a truly remarkable backdrop to your wedding ceremony.
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    Queen Emma Summer Palace
    Honolulu, Hawaii
    Former home of the Queen of Hawai'i, Hānaiakamalama, is now a historic house museum dedicated to preserving the rich legacy of the royal family. Queen Emma Summer Palace is a timeless symbol of classic Hawaiian elegance and contemporary style. Whether you're hosting a close gathering or an event to be remembered, the Summer Palace encompasses all aspects of your special day.
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    Nani Mau Gardens
    Hilo, Hawaii
    Located three miles from Hilo on the magnificent Big Island of Hawaii, Nani Mau Gardens showcases 22 acres of gorgeous tropical flowers and plants. “Nani Mau” translates to “forever beautiful” and is the perfect name for the venue that will host your special day. The natural beauty, tranquility and privacy of the botanical gardens, provides the perfect setting for your dream garden ceremony.
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    Royal Sonesta
    Kauai, Hawaii
    Everything you need for an elegant paradise wedding is at your fingertips at the Royal Sonesta Kauai Resort. From picking a beautiful setting for your ceremony, to finding the most amazing flower bouquet, down to choosing your delicious menu for you and your guests, Sonesta is there to help you make your special day just perfect for you.
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    Wailea, Hawaii
    Please note that when you request an appointment to visit Gannon's, you will be contacted to confirm the date and time of your appointment. Experience the beauty and splendor of a Hawaiian ocean view wedding. Located on the Wailea Gold and Emerald Golf Course, the panoramic views from Gannon’s Restaurant spans from the mountainside of Haleakala to the deep blue waters of the Pacific Ocean.