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Weddings on the Royal Coconut Coast
Saying your vows on the Royal Coconut Coast can be traditional, unique, simple or grand. Couples from around the world find truly special settings to tie the knot or renew their vows on the Royal Coconut Coast. Whether on a beautiful beach, at a quaint church, in a lush tropical garden, or at a lush resort, your memories will remain extraordinary. Smith’s Tropical Paradise and several of this region’s resort hotels offer wedding planning services. There are individual wedding planners situated on the east side as well. You may also plan your own ceremony, using the florists, spas, beauty salons, photographers, bakers and caterers found on the Royal Coconut Coast. You will create and enjoy something unique for your very special day, filled with the scents, tropical climate, and island environment on Kauai, Hawaii’s Garden Island.
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At Hilton Garden Inn Kauai Wailua Bay, we want to make your Kauai wedding as stunning, special, and stress-free as possible. That's why you'll be working with our professional catering team. They will guide you through our gourmet catering menus, beautiful décor options, and seating plans. For intimate wedding ceremonies, we feature a gorgeous, beachfront gazebo that is a beautiful venue for exchanging vows for up to 50 guests. Indoors, we're able to accommodate up to 350 guests in our Kuhio Ballroom, which features 7,000 square feet of event space, making it a fully customizable Kauai wedding reception venue. Our hotel can also provide guest rooms for wedding guests, special packages, and surprise perks for the bride and groom.
Our mission is to create and serve delicious, consistent food focusing on local fish, farms, and products. Our menu features Kauai & Neighbor Island products & produce, along with foods made from scratch in our kitchen. Hukilau Lanai: Literal Meaning: Huki = pull lau = leaves, specifically, ki (ti) leaves. Lanai = porch or deck. Cultural Meaning: This is an old Hawaiian way of fishing, involving casting a long net from the shore, then enlisting a large group to help to pull it in. The net is lined with ki (ti) leaves which help scare fish toward the middle of the net. Through teamwork we deliver quality products & excellent customer service while serving the best fresh island fish and other unique and special local products in our open air and lanai restaurant.
Choosing the Island of Kauai for your destination wedding is the perfect way to start the planning of your special day. Kauai is truly an island of love, and Wailua’s Fern Grotto and our own Tropical Paradise offer two of the most unique wedding sites in the world.
The memories should last a lifetime, not the trip getting there! Our four boats, Leila, Holo Holo, and Adventurer II & III, get you to the action quicker than anybody else, so you have more time to snorkel, sightsee, relax and enjoy the pristine waters and spectacular cliffs of Kauai’s Napali Coast, and the only daily tour available to the “forbidden island” of Niihau.