Yes! The dress code is Beach Formal. A dress, suit, or jumpsuit (https://www.brides.com/gallery/jumpsuits-for-wedding-guest-attire) all work for women to wear to a beach formal wedding. Opt for solid colors (avoiding cream, and white) and breathable fabrics. To up the elegance factor, consider sumptuous fabrics like lace and tulle, both of which are light and airy but have an upscale vibe. As for shoes, since stilettos are a hazard on the sand/grass, wear chunky heels or formal wedge sandals. As for men, wear either a suit (https://www.brides.com/best-mens-wedding-suits-5096039) or a long-sleeved shirt and tie with a jacket and slacks. Opt for solid colors, like beige and light blue, avoiding black, cream, and white, if possible. Additionally, be sure to select a look with a breathable fabric such as linen, khaki, or seersucker (you don't want to burn up under the summer sun). Dress shoes or a nice pair of shoes that compliment the slacks are required, while shorts and sandals are not permitted.
No, this event will be adults only!
Uber is available on the entire island of Oahu but it may be harder to find a lot of drivers in the less populated areas like the North Shore. Honolulu airport also has many shuttles that will bring you to various resorts around the island.
Here is a PDF with directions to Paliku Gardens! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dv9zkmEZ-DuDO69mc5YPiLG2_rwkCk_O/view?usp=sharing
There are many Hotel, AirBnB, and VRBO options around the island. We are staying in Laie, close to the Courtyard Marriott North Shore, Oahu. However, this town does not serve alcohol in the zip code so plan to make a Costco run to stock up on groceries/drinks, or explore the surrounding towns if you choose to stay close!