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Here is a map of what we feel are the most beautiful beaches on O'ahu.  Each beach very special and unique in it's own way and one of these beaches will be the perfect location for your Hawaii Wedding.  Please click on any of the beaches below to learn more about each location.  Still not sure which to choose?  Not to worry, your planner will help you find the beach that is best for your needs.  She will be outlining a list of what she feels are your "Top 3" beaches, based on your questionnaire and personal wedding details.  Please take her suggestions seriously as she has quite a bit of experience in this area.  If there is a beach that you are in LOVE with, that is not on her list, please let her know and she can assist with giving you advise on why this is not a good choice, or she may say that it will work out perfectly. 

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Our FAVORITE O'ahu Beaches

O'ahu's WEST Shore: 
- Paradise Cove Beach (gorgeous sunsets, hardly rains, private cove beach)

O'ahu's SOUTH Shore: 
- Magic Island Beach (grassy area that faces ocean, Diamond Head Views, lots of parking, close to Waikiki, great sunsets)
- Kahala Beach (small private, grassy area on ocean, beautiful sunsets, little crowds)

O'ahu's EAST Shore: 
- Makapu'u Beach (best for sunrise or early morning weddings, beautiful black rocks on white sands, small tide pools, natural Hawaii-look)
- Waimanalo Beach (white sand for days, breathtaking turquoise ocean in background, best for early morning weddings for least crowds)

O'ahu's NORTH-EAST Shore: 
- Kualoa Beach (lots of parking, best for early morning to afternoon weddings, close to Polynesian Cultural Center Luau, gorgeous islands as backdrop)
- Kokololio Beach (turquoise waters, white sand, little crowds, a beautiful beach not many know of)

O'ahu's NORTH Shore: 
- Sunset Beach (close to Turtle Bay Hotel, large open white sand beach, home to big waves in the Winter, pretty sunsets)
- Paipailoa Beach (our favorite North Shore Beach (gorgeous sunsets, beautiful beach, very private, not a lot of parking)