Your Wedding Venue.
The Ceremony. Your ceremony will be held at the beautiful Pukalani Falls. You will walk down a grassy field to where your fiancee and guests will be waiting for you. In front a large and gorgeous waterfall you will recite your vows, exchange rings and say "I do". Pukalani Falls is a beautiful, and completely private setting here on O'ahu, the perfect place for your "happily ever after"!
Pukalani Falls is at the Hobbit Estate, owned by Captain Howie. A marvel of architecture and landscaping, the house, the grounds, the waterfall are nothing short of spectacular. You will have access to the house and the property for photos and for your wedding ceremony. There are an endless amount of places here to do amazing photos from the bridges that go over the koi fish ponds, to the interior of the house completely covered in hand-carved wood, many pieces imported from Bali and Thailand. There are covered areas incase of rain at Pukalani Falls and lots of bathrooms for guests to use.
ADDRESS: Pukalani Falls / The Hobbit House
41-1010 Laumilo Street
Waimanalo, Hawaii 96795
Photos on the Beach. After the ceremony and photos at Pukalani Falls we can walk right across the street to Waimanalo Beach to do more photos. A large white sand beach with turquoise blue water. The Ko'olau Mountains surround both the beach and the Falls on the opposite sides. This spot is less crowded and more private-feeling than most other beaches on O'ahu and is not yet over-run by tourists. We do ask that you and guests respect the beach and help to keep it clean and beautiful. There are also bathrooms and showers at the beach for guests to use, but the restrooms at Pukalani Falls are nicer. There is only a short time to do photos as you only have an hour with the photographer. You can choose to take photos after the ceremony at the beach or at the falls. It is up to you. Usually you have about 30m after the ceremony for photos.
Here are a few pics of the Hobbit House / Pukalani Falls & Waimanalo Beach. These are just pics I took on my camera and they don't really do the location justice. It is much more spectacular in real life, trust me! ~ Nicole.