No drones, accessories, structures, devices, amplified instruments, appliances, apparatus or equipment of any type whatsoever shall be placed on or within the right-of-entry area or premises, including but not limited to the following: arches; bowers; altars; tables; chairs; kahilis; tents and/or tarps; event signage of any type including banners, sandwich boards; kiosks or carts; stanchions, posts, ropes or similar equipment for the purpose of demarcation of the right-of-entry area; and surfboards, windsurf boards, kayaks or other ocean recreation equipment; with the exception of the following: loose flowers, leis, bouquets, corsages or boutonnieres; unamplified musical instruments, including a conch shell; doves or butterflies for releases; a limited number of chairs as strictly necessary for the support of elderly, infirm, or disabled persons attending the event(s); cameras and camera equipment; other non-obtrusive hand-carried wedding accessories; small podium or cake stand, not to exceed three (3) feet square in size; and ocean vessels/equipment used exclusively for the purpose of scattering ashes during authorized funeral services.
Alcohol and smoking are prohibited at Hawaiian beaches. We are also not allowed to serve food.
For many years my wife has been taking pictures with our camera and equipment as a cost-saving alternative for some of our clients who do not have the budget to have professional pictures taken during their wedding or vow renewal ceremony. The semi-pro option is only available on the Big Island and we provide 60 high-resolution images with only basic editing. If you want more we recommend selecting our professional photography package instead.