Wedding in Tahiti
Why risk the British weather on your wedding day?
As this summer has more than proved, if there’s one thing you cannot rely on, it’s the British weather. It doesn’t bare thinking about how many couples have had their special day spoiled this year by the incessant rain we had for most of the spring and summer. If you see sunshine wedding pictures from 2012, chances are they will be from the sensible few who arranged their wedding abroad. So why not consider a wedding overseas yourself? With a wedding in Tahiti, you are almost guaranteed sunshine and a stunning backdrop to your ceremony. Forget your grimy old local church and its gravestones, a wedding in Tahiti comes complete with verdant foliage, clear blue skies and breathtaking locations, from quaint chapels to ceremonies performed right on the pure white sand of the beach itself. Your wedding in Tahiti will be infused with all the warmth and colour of the French Polynesian culture, from traditional dancers and wicker thrones to traditional flower garlands and crowns.
Weddings abroad are easier than you think!
In the past, a wedding in Tahiti has been purely symbolic, and you needed to have your union formalized at home in a church or register office. However, recent changes in the law means that non-French citizens can now be married in French Polynesia, making your wedding in Tahiti legally binding around the world. Best of all, with a wedding in Tahiti, there’s no long flight waiting for you before you can start your honeymoon, because you are already in one of the world’s most romantic honeymoon destinations.So forget dull foil wrapped buttonholes, corny discos in hotel function rooms and drunken uncles dancing badly and chatting up the bridesmaids; get married in sunshine style in a lovers’ paradise with a beautiful beachfront wedding in Tahiti.