Fiji Wedding

Fiji Weddings by Weddings

Why choose Fiji for your wedding? Imagine a sunset ceremony, the sweet essence of tropical flowers surrounding you, the feel of sand between your toes, water lapping at the shore and the harmonious voices of some of the most special and lovable people in the world. On the beach, or in a chapel – a Fijian wedding is pure heaven.

In Fiji there are two main decisions you need to make when considering your wedding – to hold it either on the mainland in one of the bigger hotels, or an island wedding at one of the many perfect island spots. If you take time to talk to one of the many wedding coordinators available in this dream location, you can determine which type of venue would best suit you – for example, the number of guests you wish to have will dictate whether your wedding would be better suited to the mainland or the islands.

For an intimate, small wedding the islands are perfect. There are many island options and most have experience in hosting beautiful weddings. For a smaller guest list, the islands offer the chance to gather together in an intimate setting for a number of days together – and make your wedding a really special occasion for everyone. You can even book the whole island if you like! Choose also to spend your honeymoon right there – no need to worry about transferring to your honeymoon spot. Or choose another island to move onto – a helicopter or seaplane can be arranged to pick you up and transport you in true luxury.

For a larger wedding the mainland offers many benefits. Firstly the ease of transporting your guests in a specially chartered mini van – right from the airport to your hotel. With more accommodation options at a larger hotel your guests are able to spread out more, and also there are more options for fitting into particular budgets. For the bride and groom the mainland larger hotels also offer intimate and wonderful wedding ceremonies – either on beaches, gardens or in a chapel.

Why Choose Fiji -10 Reasons

Unspoiled…You’ll discover empty stretches of powder white sand beaches, no high rise hotels, no tourist traps, just intimate bungalow (bure) style resorts that offer honeymooners their own hideaway in paradise!

The Ocean…The ocean water is crystal clear, lukewarm and perfect for snorkeling, diving and swimming.

Safe… crime is just about non existent against tourists, no radical groups in FIJI , no corruption, trustworthy people, no solicitors approach you on the beaches or streets.

Friendly people…they speak English and love tourists! They love to serve you with a smile and a song. You’ll go back to FIJI for the people.. you’ll make life long friends!

Inexpensive…food , drink, souvenirs are less expensive and higher quality than Mexico..â‚ ¬1 euro = $2.9 FIJI dollars (avg Meal plan â‚ ¬22-45per person, per day for breakfast, lunch and dinner!!!).

Easy to get to….10 hours night flight, non stop to Fiji from Los Angeles depart LAX at 11pm, arrive FIJI 5am…return leave FIJI 10pm arrive LAX 1pm on the same day!!

Safe flight…planes are 747/767 Jets.

Variety…There are a million things to do!!! Hiking, Fishing, Snorkeling, horseback riding, shopping, sailing, cultural events, music, island hopping…

Famous…they filmed “Castaway” with Tom Hanks in Fiji..and “The Blue Lagoon” with Brooke Shields!!!

300 islands…and many, many, awesome resorts to choose from. Trust an expert who knows the islands to assist you in making the right choice!

A Fijian wedding is legally binding and recognized.

To get married in Fiji there are several things that you do need to know. You must apply in person for your marriage license and therefore must have a day in Nadi, Lautoka or Suva to do this.

You will need:

†¢ a valid copy of your birth certificates and your valid passports.

†¢ If divorced, then you will require a copy of the decree of nisi

†¢ If the bride or groom is under 21 then a written consent from parents or guardian is also required

Once you have registered you are able to go ahead with your wedding ceremony. Many of the hotels and resorts will help you with the registration process and take you into the office to do so.