Ah yes, our amazingly fanstastical venue – The Waterfront at Aloha Tower. Believe me, I never get tired looking at pictures of it (or thinking about the big day that will take place there next summer).

Aloha Tower is probably one of the most recognizable Hawaii landmarks after Diamond Head. Located in Honolulu Harbor, Aloha Tower is to Hawaii what the Statue of Liberty is to New York. It’s a place of welcome and one of those places that just has “good vibes.”

When it was built, it was the tallest building in Hawaii and sea vessels knew that once the tower was in sight, paradise was near. During the boom of cruise ship travel, it was home to “Boat Days” – a place where visitors and locals alike would party like rockstars. Dancers, musicians and other entertainers would greet cruise ships as they arrived in the harbor.


It was a place where people said goodbye to their loved ones before a journey, but more importantly, a place where people were able to say hello – aloha – upon their return. The romantic in me can’t help but to daydream about how perfect it is to have our wedding in a place that has such history behind it.

Aloha has many meanings, remember – and more than just a greeting, one of those meanings is love. I leave you now with a few images from other weddings that have been held at our venue. I get chicken skin (Hawaii-speak for goosebumps) just seeing them.

Photos by Images by Joser

Photos by L’amour Photography

Can you feel the aloha?