Wedding on Tropical Islands

The Seychelles

The Seychelles has 115 large and small islands with palm trees and clear waters that make a beautiful backdrop for a wedding. The dry and cool season is from May to September and the sea breezes moderate the climate. Get married on one of the beaches, at an exotic tropical garden or secluded resort. There are several things you’ll need to get married in the Seychelles such as a completed wedding application form, photocopies of birth certificates, photocopies of passport and pictures.


A beautiful tropical place for a wedding is on one of the many islands of Fiji. You’ll feel more comfortable in the cooler months from May to October. Choose from locations such as tropical forests or near waterfalls. There are also intimate resorts such as Mantagi and Turtle Island that are ideal for weddings. You need to register with the Registry Office in Nadi or Siva when you’re planning to marry in Fiji. Also, a Statutory Declaration has to be signed by a Justice of the Peace, Notary Public or Solicitor to show that you and your mate are free to marry.

South-West Koh Samui

The Virgin Coast of South-West Koh Samui in Thailand has wonderful tropical sandy beaches and spectacular sunsets for a wonderful wedding environment. Desert islands, seas and tropical palm trees surround the islands. The best part of the day to get married in cooler temperatures is late afternoon into the evening. The Five Islands Restaurants specialize in all kinds of weddings. It’s important to meet their team about 3 days in advance to plan the details of your wedding.

St. Lucia

St. Lucia in the Caribbean has cool sea breezes from the mile trade winds that make it perfect for a tropical all year long. Choose from areas to get married such as beaches, gardens or mountains. Some documents required to get married in St. Lucia are a passport, birth certificates of both partners and a Decree Absolute if you partner is divorced. It’s also required that the application to be married in St. Lucia is made by a local solicitor to the Attorney General or notary at least four days before the wedding.

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