Ever dreamt of getting married in Paradise on Earth ? Bora Bora, crystal clear waters, white sand beaches and an overall gorgeous tropical setting are just a few miles ahead…
Located right in the middle of the Pacific ocean, in the Society archipelago of French Polynesia, Bora Bora is definitely among the top locations lovers have in mind when it comes to marriage. If you are looking for intimacy, there you go! Just picture a tiny island over a turquoise lagoon, surrounded by remote islets on a surface as vast as Europe and here you have your paradisal screensaver.
Planning your wedding in Bora Bora
We know how stressful organizing such an event can me, especially when your feelings are involved.
Thus, the first thing you need to do is defining your budget, this will help us in targeting the right establishments.
In this case, you have only two options: creating each and every detail of your wedding on your own, from A to Z, or entrusting us with this special mission… We would not want to influence you but it is always a good idea to let go and unwind for a while before jumping into this great adventure…
Your wedding is the event of a lifetime, rest assured we will do our best to meet all your desires and exceed your expectations. Feel free to share your wills so that we can adapt our quote to your dreams.
If you wish to plan your wedding with Moana Voyages, all you need to do is set a date ! Remember, keep in mind our climatic conditions and check out our Bora Bora island guide. And if you want to fully recover from jet lag and appreciate every moment of YOUR day, we highly advise you to arrive 2 to 3 days ahead of your wedding.
What documents do you need to get married in Bora Bora?
Regarding civil unions, you will be asked to provide the following documents:
- Copies of both birth certificates issued less than six months before the wedding date
- Passports with valid legal status
- If applicable, divorce certificates
- If the previous spouse is deceased, a death certificate (translated into French and authenticated)
- Proof of residence for both of the future spouses
- A letter signed and dated by both future spouses; addressed to the mayor of the commune chosen for the marriage ceremony (in French with the English translation attached and both version should be authenticated)
- The completed Marriage of foreign citizens in French Polynesia Form
- Certificate of No Impediment*
- If applicable, marriage contract or notary certificate, if the spouses have drawn up a marriage contract*
Eventually, please note that all original documents must be provided to the Town Hall no later than 60 days before the date of the ceremony.
If you are not into paperwork, you can officially get married in your state before departure and organize a symbolic ceremony here in Bora Bora.
Which resort should you choose for your wedding in Bora Bora?
Is there really something more romantic than an intimate ceremony by the beach?
Bora Bora is undeniably the favorite location of future spouses and newlyweds because it encompasses everything you have always been yearning for. The indisputable beauty of the environment and the quality of the services provided on site make it the ultimate elopement. Whether they are located on the main island or the islets, the luxury resorts all feature high-end facilities and boast an extensive list of amenities, including international dining options, overwater hot tubs, private spas and breathtaking sights, wherever you go.
Whether you want to celebrate your union with your friends and family or you want to make it just the two of you, we will make sure you remember very distinctly the moment you went down the aisle in the most stunning exotic setting. Feel the breeze in your hair and the warm sand between your toes, we are planning your wedding for you!
Below is just a glimpse of what you can expect, feel free to slide over our selection and share your desires with your consultant, the adventure has just begun…