Steven & Malcolm


The Wedding

Wednesday, April 24th, 2024

Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii Island

Welcome Cocktails + Sunset Cruise

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2024

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Transportation will be provided to and from the Fairmont Orchid
Please meet at the bus kiosk located in the guest parking lot at
4:05 pm for a 4:20 pm departure
Returning to the Fairmont Orchid around 7:30 pm

Wedding Ceremony + Reception

Wednesday, April 24th, 2024

4:45 pm - 10:00 pm

Ceremony at 4:45 pm | Turtle Point, Fairmont Orchid
Cocktail Hour | Turtle Point, Fairmont Orchid
Reception to follow | Plantation Estates, Fairmont Orchid

Mahalo Brunch

Thursday, April 25th, 2024

Transportation will be provided to and from the Fairmont Orchid
Please meet at the Bus Kiosk located in the guest parking lot at
9:45 am for a 10:00 am departure
Returning to Fairmont Orchid around 3:00 pm

Additional Events

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Welcome Cocktails + Catamaran Sunset Cruise

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2024

Transportation will be provide to and from the Fairmont Orchid
Catamaran departs from Kawaihae Harbor
5:00 pm - Sunset

Mahalo Brunch

Brunch in Historic Holualoa, Hawaii
Thursday, April 25th, 2024
11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Transportation will be provided to and from Fairmont Orchid

Welcome Sunset Catamaran + Cocktails

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The Wedding

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We will cover your stay from Monday, April 22, 2024 - Friday, April 26, 2024 - Please share the dates you will be staying at Fairmont Orchid.

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Your Stay

We are honored that you will be traveling all the way to Hawaii for our most special day! We have reserved a block of rooms at the Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii and will be covering your stay from
Monday, April 22, 2024 – Friday, April 26, 2024.
You may extend your stay, before, after or both, at our discounted room block rate.

Once you know your travel dates, please RSVP below so that we may assist you in reserving your room

*Upgrades - if you wish to upgrade your room, you may do so with our discount applied, please let us know in your RSVP form

Hawaii Island Activities


Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area | Kamuela

Mauna Kea Beach | Kamuela

Waialea (69’S) Beach | Kamuela

Magic Sands | Kailua-Kona

Kahaluu Beach | Kailua-Kona | Snorkel Beach

Mahai’ula Beach | Kailua-Kona | Short Hike to the sand

Kua Bay | Kailua-Kona

Two Step | South Kona/Captain Cook | Snorkel Spot no sand

Punalu’u Black Sand Beach | Near South Point

Papakolea Green Sand Beach | South Point you need 4x4 or a long hike in

Carlsmith Beach Park | Hilo

Restaurant Recommendations

Beach Tree at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai
Kailua-Kona | Oceanfront | live music

Jackie Reys
Kailua-Kona | Hilo | Seasonal Menus

Papa Kona
Kailua-Kona | Oceanfront | Live Music

Tommy Bahama
Waikoloa | Live Music

Napua at Mauna Lani
Waikoloa | Ocean-front

Pueos Osteria
Waikoloa | Italian Cuisine

Canoe House at Mauna Lani Auberge
Waikoloa | Ocean front

Lava Lava Beach Club
Waikoloa | Toes in the sand | Live Music

Hawaii Calls at Waikoloa Beach Marriott
Waikoloa | Sunset + Ocean Views

Merriman’s Waimea
Waimea | Farm to Table

Cipriano’s Kitchen
Kawaihae | Breakfast and Lunch Only

Browns Beach House at Fairmont Orchid
Waikoloa | Oceanfront

Kohala Burger + Taco
Kawaihae | Best Fresh Fish Tacos

Waikoloa | Steak + Seafood

Hā Lani at Mauna Lani Auberge
Waikoloa | Ocean Views


Mauna Lani Golf Course

Mauna Kea Golf Course

Hapuna Golf Course

Four Seasons Resort Hualalai Golf Course

Volcano Golf and Country Club


Shops at Mauna Lani | Kamuela

Kings’ Shops | Waikoloa

Queens’ Market Place | Waikoloa

Alii Drive (Downtown)| Kailua-Kona | From Palani Rd – Walua Rd. There are lots of shops, boutiques, restaurants, shave ice, etc.

Alli Gardens Market Place | Kailua-Kona | Further south on Alii Drive from downtown area

Holualoa | Mostly Art galleries and some small boutiques and coffee farms

Prince Kuhio Plaza | Hilo | Shopping Mall

Hilo Bay Front Shops | Restaurants and Shops

Sig Zane Designs | Hilo | Local Designer Aloha Shirts, every design tells a story

Farmers Markets

Waimea Town Market
• 65-1224 Lindsey Rd, Waimea, Hi 96743
• Every Saturday 7:30 am – 12:00 pm

Keauhou Farmers Market
• Every Saturday 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
• 78-6831 Alii Dr. Keauhou, Hi 96739 | Keauhou Shopping Center

Pure Kona Green Market
• 82-6160 Mamalahoa Hwy. Captain Cook, Hi 96704
• Every Sunday 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Hilo Farmers Market
• Kamehameha Ave. Hilo, Hi 96720
• Wednesday + Saturday from 6:00 am to 4:00 pm
• Sunday – Tuesday and Thursday – Friday 7:00 am – 4:00 pm

Maku’u Farmers Market
• 15-2131 Keaau-Pahoa Rd. Pahoa, Hi 96778
• Sunday from 8:00 am – 2:00 pm

Hawaii Island Top Sites

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park | See an active volcano often times you can see lava in the caldera | Hike through lava tubes | Explore the rainforest

Mauna Kea Summit Sunset + Star Gazing | 4x4 needed to get to the summit or book a tour | You must stop at visitor center at 9,000 ft to acclimate to the elevation before going to the summit | Visitor center has excellent star gazing if you don’t have 4x4

Akaka Falls State Park | Akaka Falls is 442 ft waterfall there is a 0.4 mile loop foot path through the lush tropical forest with scenic lookout points
Rainbow Falls | Easily accessible overlook of Rainbow Falls right outside of Hilo

Pu’uhonua O Honaunau National Historical Park | Sacred City of Refuge | Temples and Coastal Sites

Pololu Valley Lookout | Northernmost valley of the Kohala Volcano 7 valleys | Spectacular views of the valley and black sand beach | Short but steep hike bring tennis shoes and water and take your time

Waipi’o Valley Lookout | Valley of the Kings | Southernmost valley of the Kohala Volcano 7 valleys | Waipi’o was once the home of thousands of Native Hawaiians now there are less than 100 residents | *currently closed to the public but scenic lookout is open

Punalu’u Black Sand Beach | Great stop on your way to volcano | Easily accessible | Daily sightings of hawksbill and green sea turtles | Hawaiian monk seals also make an appearance

Best Paid Excursions

There are many tour companies with different offerings, we recommend researching reviews and details

Kealakekua Bay Snorkel Cruise | One of the most abundant coral reefs of the Big Island | Morning departures often see pods of spinner dolphins

Manta Ray Night Snorkel | Snorkel with these gentle giants | Hawaii Island is one of the only places in the world to swim with the Manta Rays in their natural environment

Zipline | Offered in both Kohala + Hilo

Helicopter Tours | Volcano, Kohala Valleys and Full Island tours are a must see as many of the places you fly over can only be reached by foot

Waimea by Horseback | Waimea is Hawaii’s famous Paniolo (cowboy) town home to Parker Ranch spanning across 130,000 acres making it one of the largest cattle ranches in the United States

Whale Watching | November – April | Peak season is between January and March

Hawaiian Luau | All the large Resorts on the Kona/Kohala offer outstanding Luaus with Hawaiian Food and Polynesian Dancing + Entertainment

Local Treats

Two Ladies Kitchen | Craft Mochi and Manju Confections | Hilo
• 274 Kilauea Ave. Hilo, Hi 96720

Big Island Candies | Shortbread Cookies and Candies | Hilo
• 585 Hinano St. Hilo, Hi 96720

Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Visitor Center | Keaau
• 16-701 Macadamia Rd. Keaau, Hi 96749

Tex Drive-In | Malasadas (donuts)
• 45-690 Pakalana st. #19 Honokaa, Hi 96727

Hamakua Macadamia Nut | Kawaihae
• 61-3251Maluokalani St. Kawaihae, Hi 96743

Umekes Fish Market + Grill | Kona | Poke + Hawaiian Style Grindz
• 74-5599 Pawai Pl. Kailua-Kona, Hi 96740

Punaluu Bake Shop | Naalehu | Malasadas, Sweet Bread and other treats
• 95-5642 Mamalahoa Hwy. Naalehu, Hi 96772

Original Big Island Shave Ice Co. | Waikoloa
• 250 Waikoloa Beach Dr. Waikoloa, Hi 96738

Scandinavian Shave Ice | Kona
• 75-5699 Alii Dr. Kailua-Kona, Hi 96740

Ululani Shave Ice | Kona
• 75-5660 Palani Rd. Kailua-Kona, Hi 96740

Greenwell Farms | Kealakekua | Kona Coffee Farm Tour
• 81-6581 Mamalahoa Hwy. Kealakekua, Hi 96750

Mountain Thunder Coffee Farms
• 73-1942 Ha’o St. Kailua-Kona, Hi 96740

Ueshima Coffee Co.
• 75-5568 Mamalahoa Hwy. Holualoa, Hi 9672


Epic Big Island | Mauna Kea Stargazing

Kalani Tours | Big Island Tours


In lieu of gifts

In lieu of wedding gifts, we wish to spread more ALOHA! Given that Hawaii holds an extremely special place in our hearts, we ask you to consider making a donation to one or more of the following Hawaii based organizations.


Steven & Malcolm

Maui Strong Foundation

The Maui Strong Fund is providing financial resources to support the immediate and long-term recovery needs for the people and places affected by the devastating Maui wildfires.

HCF is working in close collaboration with state and county leaders, nonprofit organizations, and community members to get an understanding of the quickly evolving priorities.

HCF is not collecting a fee for donating to the Maui Strong Fund. Note: There is a $0.30 transaction fee and 2.5-3.5% processing fee charged by the credit card processor for online contributions.

HCF has a four-phase approach to disaster response - click below to learn more.

Waikōloa Dry Forest Initiative

The Waikōloa Dry Forest Initiative was formed in 2011 to protect, promote, and restore a native Hawaiian dry forest. After years of grassroots advocacy in the community and collaboration with the Waikōloa Village Outdoor Circle, the Waikōloa Dry Forest Preserve was established to protect many of the remaining native trees in the region. Since then, our community has come together to restore our forest, educate our keiki (kids), and ensure a future for the lowland dry forest of Waikōloa.

Hawaii Wildlife Fund

Founded in 1996, Hawaiʻi Wildlife Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the conservation of Hawaiʻi’s wildlife. We protect native species and habitats, and provide environmental education opportunities for our community members and visitors.

HWF’s mission is to protect native wildlife, focusing on coastal and marine wildlife species across Hawaiʻi, including the hawksbill sea turtle (honuʻea) and the Hawaiian green sea turtle (honu), and many other finned, feathered, flippered, and plant friends.

We engage and inspire our communities, keiki (kids) and volunteers in education, outreach, marine debris removal, conservation,
research, and advocacy campaigns to keep Hawaiʻi alive and wild.

Kumukahi Health and Wellness

Kumukahi Health + Wellness provides a safe space for all underserved communities on Hawai'i Island, especially people affected and living with HIV and similar health disparities. Rooted in the principles of harm reduction, Kumukahi Health + Wellness is dedicated to:
* Recognizing and addressing the social determinants that impact a person’s health;
* Enhancing the quality of life for all of our participants, including equal access to health care;
* Establishing ourselves as a Center of Excellence for accessible, client-centered, and culturally specific support and care in Hawai'i and the Pacific.

The nonprofit provides a safe space, health care and other community outreach and education programs — services that can often save lives — for all underserved communities on Hawaiʻi Island. Its patients and program participants are people living with higher risks around their health care, specifically those living with HIV, people needing sexual and gender-affirming health care and others suffering from substance abuse.
Kumukahi takes a holistic approach to serving the most vulnerable people on the Big Island, many of whom are part of the LGBTQ+ community. Formerly the Hawaiʻi Island HIV/AIDS Foundation, the organization changed its name in 2021 to reflect its growth and service changes. It has offices in Hilo and Kona.