The Islands of Tahiti is a dream destination for a wedding. From a traditional ceremony in Moorea, to a romantic occasion on the beach in Bora Bora, there is a choice of styles and venues to satisfy all requirements. Whether you intend to officially marry in French Polynesia, or simply renew your wedding vows in one of the world’s most romantic settings, you can be sure of a moment of pure magic in The Islands of Tahiti. And after the ceremony, you’ll already be in the perfect destination for your honeymoon.
A wedding in Bora Bora
The Pearl of the Pacific, as Bora Bora is known, has a vast selection of luxury hotels and resorts where you can arrange to have your wedding. With endless, idyllic beaches for the ceremony and a choice of superb venues for your reception, your marriage will be a magical occasion that you’ll remember for the rest of your lives. After the ceremony and reception, you’ll retire to your overwater bungalow for a cocktail on your private terrace, before spending your first married night together, serenaded by the gentle lapping of the waves in the lagoon.
A traditional wedding in Moorea
Tiki Village is a reproduction of an authentic Polynesian village on the island of Moorea. It is an exceptionally romantic place to have your wedding. A Polynesian priest will conduct the ceremony, to the soft singing of a traditional Polynesian choir. The ceremony can be tailor-made to suit the desires of the wedding couple. For example, you can both be given a tattoo and a traditional massage, and there’s even the possibility of a royal procession.
A wedding at Fare Hape in Tahiti
Fare Hape is a chapel in the valley of Papenoo on the island of Tahiti where you can have a traditional Polynesian wedding ceremony. A very special occasion with the bride and groom dressed in traditional dress before a Polynesian priest. The marriage also includes a certificate inscribed by the priest on a piece of tapa cloth. Fare Hape is an ancient archeological site and makes the perfect backdrop for your wedding photos.
A wedding on Marlon Brando’s Island
Tetiaroa, the atoll made famous when it was purchased by Marlon Brando, is a truly idyllic setting for a wedding ceremony. Numerous motu with perfect white sandy beaches and crystal clear turquoise water, offer a choice of sites that will make your wedding a truly magical occasion. Afterwards, you can take an excursion by catamaran to watch the sunset over the island as you raise a glass to your future happiness.
A VIP wedding on Nukutepipi
For a really unique occasion, invite your wedding guests to the private island of Nukutepipi in the Tuamotu Islands. An uninhabited island paradise with a luxury hotel for the very rich and very famous. If money is no object, there are few places in the world that offer a more romantic setting.