Part 2 of my Best of Maui and Lanai Weddings — click here to see Part 1.
Last year was an amazing year for weddings for me. I had weddings from the top of the volcano to the dramatic cliffs on the north west shore, Haiku Mill, Olowalu Plantation House, Merrimans, the Maui Courthouse, White Orchid Weddings Beach House, Maui Tropical Plantation, Steeple House, the Ritz Carlton Kapalua, beaches all over the island, to the Manelele Bay on Lanai. My weddings and images were featured in Destination I Do, The Knot, Inside Weddings, Martha Stewart, and on Style Me Pretty, 100 Layer Cake, Grey Likes and more.
Of course simple elopements on Maui beaches are always popular.
And Olowalu Plantation House is a very popular Maui wedding venue which I love.
I even had one couple get married at Old Maui High in Paia with a back yard reception at their own home.
Sugar Beach Events in Kihei is an adorable place to get married and its right on the ocean.
The Ritz Carlton Kapalua is a wonderful venue that can host the most diverse and large weddings. Even weddings that have three different ceremonies in one day plus a full out party all night reception.
Beaches are not the only place to elope on Maui. The Honolua rainforest is another option for a more jungly tropical look and feel.
Right in the middle of the island is the Maui Tropical Plantation with the Mill House and its Maui beautiful in a whole different way. Weddings here are amazing as well.
Honestly, nothing beats The Four Seasons at Manele Bay on Lanai for a gorgeous oceanside wedding. Lanai is a special place and the Four Seasons has access to amazing coastline spots for spectacular photos and of course the type of customer service the Four Seasons is known for.
And out on the southern most part of Maui is Makena and the White Orchid Beach House right there on the ocean. Its a beautiful wedding venue and charming in the old Hawaiian way.