Where to Get Married in Islands of Tahiti
Experience the epitome of luxury and romance with its overwater bungalows, turquoise lagoons, and breathtaking views.
Discover the magical allure of this lush island, where vibrant coral reefs and dramatic mountains create a picturesque setting.
Known as the "Vanilla Island," this hidden gem holds untouched beauty, tranquil lagoons, and fragrant vanilla plantations.
Embrace the vibrant culture of this island oasis with warm hospitality, overwater bungalows, lush landscapes and stunning beaches.
Renowned for its powder-soft pink sand beaches, escape to an untouched paradise with serene and romantic backdrops.
Be immersed in the vibrant coral gardens, turquoise lagoons, and abundant marine life in the largest atoll in French Polynesia.
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Marriage Requirements in Islands of Tahiti
To get married in Tahiti, US and CA citizens must have a valid passport and birth certificate, along with a certificate of no impediment to marriage and a divorce or death decree if either party has been previously married. Please speak with your Certified Destination Wedding Specialist for more information.
Wedding Packages in Islands of Tahiti
Each resort in the Islands of Tahiti offers unique packages tailored to create your dream wedding experience. Most destination wedding packages Tahiti offer various services, including ceremony coordination, floral arrangements, professional photography, and romantic dinners.
U.S. and Canadian citizens will need a valid passport and it must have at least six months of validity beyond your planned departure date. Check with your Certified Destination Wedding Specialist for more details.
The official language of the Islands of Tahiti is French, but English is spoken and understood in some tourist areas.
Currency & Tipping
The official currency of the Islands of Tahiti is the French Pacific Franc (XPF), which is also known as the CFP franc. The US dollar is also accepted as a form of currency in popular tourist areas. Tipping is not required, but some visitors choose to tip for exceptional service.
Things To Do In the Islands of Tahiti
Attractions & Activities
- Tahiti's Waterfalls
- Moorea Dolphin Center
- Papeete Market
- Arahoho Blowhole
Getting Married in Islands of Tahiti: FAQs
Things to Consider when Planning a Wedding in Islands of Tahiti
Islands of Tahiti guarantees a wedding like no other with it's crystalline oceans, stunning backdrops and endless attractions, but it's important to note it also comes with a few challenges:
- Most hotels in Islands of Tahiti are EP (European Plan), which typically means the quoted rate only covers the cost of the room itself, so your meals and drinks will be an additional cost and billed separately.
- The flights to Islands of Tahiti are longer and more expensive from most US and CA vacations.
- Most wedding packages in Islands of Tahiti are not all-inclusive, so you'll have to hire each vendor individually (i.e. florist, wedding planner, caterer, photographer, etc.)
- The overall cost of a destination wedding in the Islands of Tahiti will more than likely be much more expensive than a destination wedding in Mexico or the Caribbean.
Please note: we currently do not offer full-planning services in the Islands of Tahiti. Browse our collection of full-service destinations below.