Saint Andrews Cathedral in Honolulu Oahu is a breathtaking venue for a wedding. This Episcopal Church was built in the mid 1800’s in a unique and distinctive style that makes St. Andrews Cathedral unlike any other in Oahu. Colorful stained glass works of art light up the cathedral as the sun shines through the windows from across the Pacific Ocean. (more…)
With four amazing sites for wedding ceremonies, it is easy to see why couples from all over the world choose Central Union Church as their dream wedding venue. Located in the heart of Honolulu Oahu, on the corner of South Beretania Street and Punahou Street, this church offers multiple choices of venues to fit your particular wedding.
Central Union Sanctuary: The definition of a grand wedding ceremony, this beautiful sanctuary can accommodate from 500 up to 1000 guests. A bonus to brides who want to get married in this sanctuary on Saturday or Sunday; the altar flowers are already provided for you at no additional cost!
Atherton Memorial Chapel: This chapel is perfect for medium sized weddings seating up to 200 people. Even couples who have a very few guests choose this chapel for an intimate wedding.
Courtyard of Atherton Memorial Chapel: This out-door venue is ideal for a quick and intimate ceremony. A limited number of chairs are provided for immediate family only, with standing room for up to 175 guests. As with any outdoor wedding, you could have perfect weather, heat, rain, or wind. Your ceremony can be moved into the Atherton Memorial Chapel at no extra cost if it does end up raining on your ceremony.
Pilgrim Chapel: For the most private and intimate wedding ceremony, this venue accomodates 25 guests. This is a great venue for the many couples who come to Hawaii with only the closest family and friends for a small church wedding.
Please contact this Oahu wedding venue for more information:
Central Union Church
Location: 1660 South Beretania Street. Honolulu. HI 96826
Please contact us at L’Amour Photography for availability to photograph your Oahu destination wedding.
Often referred to as the “State Church of Hawaii,” the Kawaiaha’o Church has a rich history of over 185 years of serving the community. Couples who get married at this wedding venue experience a bit of history as they walk down the aisle that Hawaiian royalty once walked. For this reason, Kawaiaha’o Church has become a popular place to say “I do” on their big day!
From the moment you and your guest arrive on the grounds, you will be awe-struck. The Kawaiaha’o Church features grand black iron gates with crowns on the stakes, beautiful green lawns, fountains, and amazing historical architecture. With architecture dating back to 1842 the church does have a few rules for the wedding ceremony and guest, but it is definitely worth while!
Please contact this wedding venue for further details regarding your wedding ceremony:
Location: 957 Punchbowl St, Honolulu, HI 96813