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  • What food will be served at the wedding reception?
    Served by Kenehes Waimanalo Pupus (appetizers - are hand-passed by our staff after the ceremony): Coconut Shrimp, Teriyaki Beef Skewers, Asst Cheese and Crackers, Mimosa Eggs, Veggie and Hummus Dips, Fruit Platter

 Dinner: Prime Rib w/Carving Station Garlic Prawns (no shell), Lemon Grass White Meat Chicken, Kalua Pig, Punalu'u Green Salad with Papaya Seed Dressing, Twice Baked Potatoes, Grilled Asparagus and Portabella Mushrooms, Homemade Butter Rolls with Butter. *All vegetables are locally grown at the Kenehes Farm In the North Shore Island Favorites Kalbi Beef from Papa Olle’s Ube Noodles with mushrooms (Vegan) with Alfredo Sauce from Adela’s Country Eatery Dessert Shaved Ice Station, Ubae tarts. Bonfire Hours 7:30PM-9:30PM Make your own S’mores at the fire pit!
  • Are high chairs and boosters available?
    Banquet Tables are 8’ x 30”, 8 persons per table. Strollers and highchairs can be placed at the ends As (15) highchairs are (4) boosters are limited so please let us know so we can reserve one for you.
  • What drinks will be served at the wedding ceremony?
    Cocktails - Open Bar 4:30PM-9:30PM: Hard Liquor: Cordon Bleu Cognac XO Cognac 1942 Don Julio Tequila Patron Anejo Grey Goose Vodka Glenlivet 14 Whiskey Domaine Carneros Champagne and Red Wine Soju Truly Hard Seltzer Assortment of Ale, IPA and Light Beer Non Alcoholic Drinks: Orange Juice, Red Bull, Water, Soda, Cider, Coconut Juice Please Bring cash for Gratuity Intoxicated behavior is not acceptable; these individuals will be asked to leave the property. Bartenders reserve the right to refuse alcohol to any intoxicated guests.
  • What is the dress code?
    Dress code is Hawaiian casual. Due to the Hawaiian summer weather, please wear breathable clothing. There is a color palette on the invitation card if you are interested in matching the event theme.
  • What are the venue's rules?
    No driving on the grass – no exceptions! Smoking only allowed in designated smoking area Do not leave children unattended. Loud, belligerent, harassing or intoxicated behavior is not acceptable; these individuals will be asked to leave the property. Bartenders reserve the right to refuse serving alcohol to any intoxicated guests. All accidents and injuries must be reported immediately. Accident /Incident report must be completed and submitted to management prior to leaving the retreat site. Drones - Only allowed with prior venue approval and must be FAA licensed Parking available for 50 self-park vehicles only, including vendors. Dogs are allowed with a $75 cleaning fee and must always be on leash . (Service Dogs are exempted from fee) Registering with Venue manager is required prior to the event. Please practice fire safety near the fire pits. You are not fire-proof. Event Ends at 10PM Sharp *Please respect the Venue Owner’s home and private property by keeping it clean. Please throw trash and rubbish into designated trash bins Clean up all broken glass, dispose of it in the dumpster. Do not dump ice or drain coolers in the landscape or grass - NO rubbish or remnants. Ok to dump in parking lot gravel, or sand - ice or water only. Please keep the bathrooms clean
  • Can my kids attend the reception?
    Yes! Children are welcome, however adult supervision is required at all times. Please do not leave your kids unattended.
  • What is the venue capacity?
    The venue is quite intimate with a max capacity is 150 people including children. Please help us plan better by RSVP and lock in your reservation!
  • Do you have a wedding Registry?
    No, we do not have a wedding registry. However, if you would like to send a monetary wedding gift, please Zelle 1-408-759-0878 or Venmo us here. We will also have a gift box at the event.
  • Why are there 2 dates? May 1st, 2024 and September 5th, 2024?
    The official church wedding is on May 1st, 2024 at 2pm at Maria Goretti Catholic Church in San Jose, Ca. There is no wedding reception on this date. The Wedding reception is at 3:30PM on September 5th, 2024 in the Loulu Palms Farm Estate on the island of Oahu, Hawaii.
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