Oahu Elopement Packages
Our elopement packages will make it easy for you to elope on Oahu!
Oahu is known as “The Gathering Place” for its lively nightlimarrife, craft beer and food scene, and local culture, especially in Honolulu. You can’t go wrong with an Oahu elopement package, whether your ceremony is at one of the island’s beautiful beach resorts or in a smaller, charming ocean town. From ocean coves to white sand beaches to lush tropical forests, an Oahu elopement has it all.
Known for its lively nightlife, Oahu is host to some of the most beautiful beach resorts the islands have to offer.
Embrace the local culture of “The Gathering Place” and get married surrounded by craft beer and an incredible food scene.
If small, charming ocean towns are terms that pique your interest, then you’ll fall in love at first sight with Oahu.
Our elopement packages will make it easy for you to elope on Oahu!
Looking for something a little more exotic? Check out our adventure elopement package!
Our Wildflower Experience tailors an outdoor elopement to your sense of adventure and exploration! This package is personally guided by our photographer Ryan Schorr. It is customized to your fit your style and includes hiking to an amazing location, an intimate ceremony with officiation and couples portraits.
This Experience also includes:
Up to four hours of photography anywhere on Oahu
Tailored location, time and outfit suggestions
Online gallery of 175+ edited, high-res digital photos
Unlimited downloads and personal printing rights delivered fifteen days or less after ceremony.
Package Price $2,750
You can optionally add any of the following services to your package:
Our videography package comes with an edited 1 – 2 minute highlight reel (perfect for sharing on socials!), as well as a longform, minimally edited film of the full ceremony.
All of these images are of past Simply Eloped couples so, yes…this could be you!
Thank you Simply Eloped for making our day the best of our lives!
Thank you so much for your service and making things so easy for us!
Our small, personal ceremony was everything we could have hoped for. We had Kiholo Bay beach all to ourselves. Everyone was wonderful to work with. It was just the most stress free, relaxing day. We can’t thank you enough for everything!
Thank you for a great wedding.
Thanks again for everything.
Great overall experience!
Simply Eloped, you made our wedding day absolute perfection. We thank you, from the bottom of our hearts! We will recommend you to anyone planning a wedding!
The island of Oahu is like a dream playground for everybody who lives nature! We have amazing mountain ranges, lava lands, coves and ocean with beautiful corals – and they are there anytime you come back to the island to remember the moment again and again!
It may sound corny, but it really does feel great to be a positive part of a couple’s special day. Couples from 25 years ago have contacted me to do their vow renewals. It is an honor that they remember me as part of their special day, even from so long ago.
If I absolutely had to name one it would be Secret Beach (aka Lanikuhonua Beach)
Read the real stories of couples that eloped in Oahu!
Despite being warned by her sorority sisters to stay away from Matthew, Collette was magnetically drawn to him, just as he was to her. After three days of being snowed in with him one winter after a snowstorm brought over 7 feet of snow, Collette’s fate was sealed. Little did she know that three years later Matt would one day be her husband and the father of her son. We think it’s a pretty good thing that Collette decided not to listen to her sorority sisters!
Collette says it is Matt’s confidence and his obvious and abundant love for his family that she finds most attractive. Matt says it’s Collette’s way of making him feel loved and appreciated. The two exude admiration for each other and it’s apparent in their stunning beach elopement photos. A love to strive for, no doubt.
After talking with friends and family about their experiences going the more traditional route with a large wedding, the pair decided eloping made the most sense for them. They did not want to spend a fortune and with the arrival of their son around the corner; the priority was purchasing a new home and building their life together.
The two decided on an Oahu beach elopement after Collette’s sister-in-law, who had once lived there, recommended it. They had always wanted to go to Hawaii and figured this was their golden moment! They chose Yokohama Beach on the West side of the island, an area less busy with tourism and with great views of the Waianae Mountain Range. Collette said the beach was perfect, “There were no on-lookers, just Reverend Parker and our photographer Ryan.” The two even jumped in the ocean for a few photos after the ceremony which was a highlight for both of them. Matthew recalls afterward feeling like he knew he made the right choice because he was with Collette. Collette took note of how happy Matthew looked. Everything felt perfect. They had done it! They were officially husband and wife.
When asked how the Simply Eloped team and vendors were during their experience, Matthew said, “Amazing. Honestly, it was so good that we kind of feel bad talking about how perfect and easy everything was for us in front of our friends who had traditional weddings.”
Huge congratulations to Matthew and Collette on your beautiful beach elopement, your new house and growing family. Thank you so much for letting us be a part of such an important day in your lives.
If and your partner are explorers at heart, then you’ll love Janessa and Tyler’s adventurous Oahu elopement along the West Shore. The couple chose to book our Wildflower Package, which offers a guided exploration with photographer Ryan Schorr around the island. If you’ve been dreaming of a total Hawaiian adventure for your day, you’ll have plenty of inspiration looking through their gallery of wedding photos! Janessa and Tyler had a Waimanalo Bay beach ceremony on February 29, 2020, and the day couldn’t have been more perfect. Check out their love story – and their experience with Simply Eloped – in their own words below.
We met on a dating app called Bumble. We swiped right on each other and started casually talking. I can remember Tyler being able to make me laugh, not soon after we were finishing each other’s jokes. That’s when we knew there was something different between us.
After a month or so of officially dating, Tyler let me borrow his brand new Toyota Tacoma for the day. It meant a lot to me that he trusted me with his pride and joy. Before I returned it, I completely detailed it inside and out. I bought his favorite candy and energy drink and put it in the cup holders, but I still wanted to do so much more for him! My love language is acts of service. I knew I loved him because I had this overwhelming desire to take care of him and do everything in my power to make him happy. Tyler said he knew he was in love with me before I did. There were some moments where he had to stop himself from almost blurting out the words “I love you”! He didn’t want to be the first one to say the words because we were still young in the relationship and he didn’t want to scare me away if I didn’t feel the same. That day I returned his truck he said “I freaking love that girl” and called his mom to tell her how happy he was. I wanted the exchange of those words to be special, so one evening we grabbed some frozen yogurt (our typical date) and drove to the Portland airport to watch the planes take off. When the moment was right, I looked into his eyes and told him I loved him. His reply was a relieved, long built up “I love you too”.
For about a month we went on these elaborate dates. Trip to Seattle, the beach, he even took me on a helicopter ride! Still no ring. Something would come up every time he tried to pop the question. One of our favorite day trips is cruising to the beach and driving down the pacific coastline. He told me the day before to look cute which was strange. I could tell something was up because he wasn’t himself all day. All I could talk about was our future together and bugging him about a ring… yes, I was THAT girlfriend. Our conversation ended with me saying “Well, if you’re not going to ask anytime soon then I just might beat you to it!”. Little did I know he had the ring for weeks. We stopped at one secluded park and hiked down to the water. We found this area where the rocks created a canyon and the water crashed against the walls. We were alone and I could tell he was nervous. He was quiet. I told him this would be a perfect moment to propose… he agreed and asked, “Why don’t you ask me then?”. I found a twig and wrapped it around his finger and asked him to marry me. He replied, “But only if you marry me first”, and proceeded to pull the most gorgeous ring out of his pocket. He got down on one knee and asked me to marry him!
I love how goofy Tyler is and he always knows how to make me laugh. I can be pretty serious and not take things lightly. Tyler brings me back into real time and reminds me to laugh and enjoy the moment. Tyler loves my drive to succeed in life. He loves my adventurous spirit and willingness to try new things (like riding dirt bikes). We love how we can speak each other’s minds. We know what each other are thinking or feeling without even saying a word.
Tyler and I were raised very similar, in a Christian household, and the church feeling like our second home because we would go there so often. We share the same belief which was an important value we both looked for in a partner. We understand each other so well because of our upbringing and the similar morals and values we share. Everything just clicks for us. We’ve been praying for years for one another before we even knew each other.
With the size of our family and friends, we would have to have a massive wedding or no wedding at all. Tyler and I are introverts and the idea of being the center of attention for a day scared us both half to death. This is our special day, so why can’t we spend it the way we want? Why does it have to be miserable? Just the idea of planning a huge wedding made me want to pull my hair out from all the stress! Financially, eloping made the most sense for us. Eloping in Hawaii doubles as a honeymoon, too! We got permission from our parents before we bought the plane tickets. It wasn’t an easy pill for them to swallow but they cared about our happiness and wanted the best for us no matter how we decide to get married.
Pinterest! I was dreaming about destination weddings and saw Simply Eloped. I was recovering from a knee surgery so I had nothing else better to do other than daydream about our wedding! I priced out plane tickets, hotel stay, elopement packages. It was all very affordable for us so thats made the idea of an elopement more realistic.
The CEO’s name is Janessa, too! It was meant to be! Simply Eloped was very affordable. I priced out multiple packages with other wedding companies in Hawaii and it was hard to beat Simply Eloped’s prices. They were also really responsive and easy to work with.
Mixture of ocean, sand, trees, and mountain backgrounds. It’s more secluded than other beaches so I knew I wouldn’t have to worry about sharing the beach that early in the morning! It’s also a great beach for sunrise weddings.
We flew in Thursday and spent the rest of the day relaxing and unpacking. Friday I had my makeup and hair trial in the morning, after we picked up our wedding license (we were cutting it close!). We spent the day exploring downtown Honolulu, then had a fancy dinner at Roy’s. We were mainly nervous but excited! Almost in disbelief that we were even in Hawaii. Everything we’ve been taking about over the last months is finally coming into action! There are so many built up emotions leading up to the day that we were just ready for day to finally be here!
Everyone that I worked with was really friendly and informative. Haley helped me figure out the marriage license situation when I about to pull out my hair! I was in contact with Ryan and Zach about our requests for the ceremony. I had pretty good communication with this team and felt like I could reach out to them for help anytime I needed. We met our officiant, Elias, on the day of and he was so awesome! He was very friendly and got to know us before the ceremony.
After our personalized photography session at a couple other locations with Ryan, we grabbed some smoothies and headed home. We took a nap (I am not even sugar coating this: we literally crashed on the coach we were so exhausted from traveling, waking up at 4am, and our eventful day!). Tyler said we had special dinner plans so we thankfully woke up just in time to head over to our reservation! Tyler surprised me with a dinner cruise on the top deck of the Star Of Honolulu. This dinner was so special! We were treated like royalty! The 7 course meal was delicious and the sunset cruise was beautiful. It was the perfect way to celebrate our special day.
This day is meant for the two of you. Spend it however you both wish. Make it special! Some friends or family will be upset, but they won’t stay mad forever. Your happiness and the love you share is all that matters.
Coordinated by: Simply Eloped
Officiant: Rev. Elias Parker
Photographer: Ryan Schorr
Videography: Zachary Vierra
Flowers: Florist Grand
Updated: November 10th, 2023
Enough about us, now it’s all about you. We can’t wait to plan your perfect day together. We’re happy to answer any question you may have.