To select your precise wedding or elopement locale, you two and Rev. James Chun will take a stroll along the 30 acre park on a peninsula we call Magic Island. This park is loved by Hawaii residents and visitors for its scenic pathways for walking, bike riding, rollerblading, jogging and picnicking. You will head toward the beach and decide exactly where you’d like to have Rev. James perform your marriage ceremony.
When having your Magic Island Hawaii wedding, on one side of you is Honolulu, with Ala Moana Center, the world’s largest open-air shopping center, across the street. On your other side is Waikiki, with iconic Diamond Head and upscale hotels fronting the eastern coastline. There is an excellent surf break a little further out on both your right and left sides, so surfers will likely be dotting the water awaiting the next swell.
If you’re staying in Waikiki, saying your vows at Magic Island is very convenient since it’s so nearby. If you want to tie the knot at a beautiful and popular place where Hawaii families frequent for it’s park AND beach atmosphere, you’ll be glad you chose Magic Island.