Aloha, friends. We're getting married!

 
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It all started when...

We met in San Diego in 2010, but it all really started a couple months later when, after returning from the jungles of Venezuela, this surfer guy I had a crush on invited me to visit him in Hawaii... The very next day... And I went.  

We've shared a beautiful story since then, both on land and at sea, and now we're celebrating our love with a wedding in Hawaii. We are so excited to share this day with you, our family and friends, and give you a glimpse into what our life is like here on the island.

This website contains information about our wedding and will continue to be updated as the date gets closer, so keep checking back and don't hesitate to reach out to us with any questions! 

If you're coming in from out of town, scroll down information about suggested accommodations.

Most importantly, please RSVP below by February 15th. We hope you can join us!

 

Events

Friday, March 10 at 3pm till dark: Casual gathering at the wedding site to hang out and help get everything set up.  Everyone is welcome to join!  Ladies will be learning how to braid coconut palms and haku leis Tahitian-style.  There might even be a Tahitian dance lesson in the evening! Guys will be hanging casually and helping hang lights etc. Bring a blanket to sit on, snacks, cups, and your own beverages to enjoy.   

Saturday, March 11 at 4pm-10pm: The wedding! We are excited to offer open bar during the reception. The after party starts at 10pm. If you think you might want to stay for the afterparty (and we hope you do!), feel free to bring your beverage of choice to enjoy after the bartenders leave. 

Sunday, March 12th (Time TBA): Champagne brunch/beach BBQ.  Location will depend on weather and swell forecast.  

please RSVP here :)

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THE WEDDING VENUE

The venue is a stunning open space at the base of Mount Ka'ala, near our home in Waialua, on the north shore of Oahu.

Directions to the Wedding Site are below. Using an address is not helpful because most maps apps will not direct you to the correct location.  See the interactive map above and zoom in to get a visual on the directions.  

DIRECTIONS FROM THE AIRPORT

Take H1 West toward Waianae (~8 miles)

Stay right to take H2 North (~8 miles)

Stay straight and continue onto Wilikina Dr. as the freeway ends. 
 

Stay straight and continue on toward Waialua on Kaukonahua Rd (803).  This road is called "snake road" and can be dangerous so please drive carefully.  As the road straightens out, you will see a single, yellow flashing light above the road at an intersection.  

Turn left here and enter through the yellow farm gate (goats for sale sign).  
 

>>The YELLOW gate ENTRY code is 3624# (POUND/HASH)

>>The YELLOW gate EXIT code is 3624*(STAR)
 

PLEASE DRIVE SLOWLY
 

Follow the road straight through the green gate.

>>GREEN gate ENTRY code is  3624###

>>GREEN gate Exit - Pull up to the gate on the far right side of the road and it will open automatically.

 

Once through the green gate, turn left down the dirt road and continue down until you see a rock wall on the right side of the road.  This is the Wedding site. There will be parking on the left side of the road once past the site.  

 

DIRECTIONS FROM HALEIWA

Head south on Kamehameha Hwy (towards tall mountain range)

You will come to a roundabout labeled "Weed Circle" on most maps.  

Take the second right on the roundabout which will keep you driving in the same direction toward the tall mountain range.  At this point the name of the road changes to Kaukonahua Rd.

Continue straight on Kaukonahua Rd until you come to a stop sign.

Go straight through the stop sign and continue through the yellow gate that says "goats for sale" 

 

>>The YELLOW gate ENTRY code is 3624# (POUND/HASH)

>>The YELLOW gate EXIT code is 3624*(STAR)

 

PLEASE DRIVE SLOWLY

 

Follow the road straight through the green gate.

 

>>GREEN gate ENTRY code is  3624###

>>GREEN gate Exit - Pull up to the gate on the far right side of the road and it will open automatically.

 

Once through the green gate, turn left down the dirt road and continue down until you see a rock wall on the right side of the road.  This is the Wedding site. There will be parking on the left side of the road once past the site.  

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Accommodation

There are not any hotels in Waialua, so we recommend the following:  

  • Airbnb is a good option. For new members, use this travel credit for $35 off your stay
  • Plenty of options on VRBO Waialua, another vacation home rental site. 
  • A more distant option is the Turtle Bay Resort, about a 35 minute drive without traffic. 
  • Camping is another great option.  We have plenty of space on our property and in the neighborhood.  Contact us directly if you're interested and we'll give you more info!

Attire

Wedding and reception will be held in the grass so dress comfortably and come prepared for rain or shine!  The colors of our wedding are inspired by the many shades of blue in the ocean as well as the lush flora and fauna of the islands.  Dress casual, tropical, island style. 

Gift Registry / Donation Options

Thank you for checking out our website.  Your presence at our wedding is the biggest gift you can give!  Gifts are definitely not necessary but if you feel so inclined, check out our simple registry for donation options and gift ideas.  Also, we would love for you to check out and support us on our Patreon page.   We are producing videos about our travels and hope to inspire others to spend more time exploring and appreciating the natural world we live in.

Directions

  • Fly into Honolulu (HNL) airport
  • Waialua is about a 40 minute drive from the airport, with normal traffic. Public transportation is not the best in this zone, so a rental car is recommended.
  • More detailed directions to the venue will be provided soon but in the meantime, check out the interactive map below to find directions to the land from the airport, the wedding location and some of our favorite spots on the north shore!
 

Can't wait until March to see us? Click on the tabs at the top of the site to learn more about our recent adventures or check out our youtube page!