Oahu Wedding Photographer – Venues – Haiku Gardens

Lush. Green. Tropical. Exchange vows in a charming white gazebo over the tranquil pond at Haiku Gardens.

Haiku Gardens is the perfect wedding venue for couples who don’t want a beach wedding, but still want a truly Hawaiian atmosphere.  Located on the Windward side of Oahu in Kaneohe, you can have your ceremony and reception away from the more tourist packed areas of Honolulu.

Wedding Receptions are held at the neighboring Haleiwa Joe’s Restaraunt.  Delicious food and tropical cocktails make this restaurant a huge draw for locals and visitors! If you are in the area, Eric and I suggest dropping into the restaurant at happy hour to feast on delicious “pupu’s” (hawaiian for appetizers) such as sizzling mushrooms, thai fried calamari, or tako poke.  If you are thirsting for a grown-up drink, we suggest the “Outside Double-Up” which is a very large Mai Tai in a fishbowl, big enough for all your bridesmaids to sip out of.

For more information about planning a wedding at Haiku Gardens:

Haiku Gardens
location: 46-336 Haiku Road Kaneohe, Hawaii 96744
phone: 808-247-0605
website: http://www.haikugardens.com/

Please contact us at L’Amour Photography for availability to photograph your wedding.


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