New In The Islands Of Tahiti: Bora Bora Underwater Weddings
We’ve been hearing of Underwater Weddings around the world for a looong time, and most of those we’ve seen thus far are cheesy at worst, or simply not-a-very-good-dive at best.
Many of you ladies (not excluding my male readers here but you know, this is often a girl thing) dream of that oh-my wedding dress and picture-perfect wedding details, hair & makeup. Not all of you though. Some brides and grooms-to-be we know are a little more adventurous and in search of something different, and unique for their wedding day.
It’s your time to get wild about your big day!
Long-awaited Underwater Ceremonies are now available in Bora Bora! And we like it.
Top Reasons Why We Love Bora Bora Underwater Weddings
1. Want something no one you know did before?
This is your chance, as it’s a completely new offer in the destination.
2. Avid divers?
Of course these take place only 13ft underwater (so that non-divers are comfortable, too) but that’s the good thing about the Islands of Tahiti, diving is PHENOMENAL, even just under surface.
3. Wild… but romantic?
What a better place than Bora Bora?
4. Want that island vibe for your wedding day?
It is a great combination of a traditional Tahitian wedding (including local musicians, sarongs, getting to the ceremony site by outrigger canoe, flower crowns, and a Tahitian priest) with the unbeatable and stunningly amazing Bora Bora underwater experience.
5. Need more good reasons or have questions?
I’m a certified diver and can give you great diving/wedding advices all at once!
Contact me to book your Bora Bora Underwater Wedding.
Click the link for a detailed description of Bora Bora Underwater Weddings + Prices, as well as a lot more photos.
Watch the video (note that you’ll be wearing white wetsuits for your ceremony) >>>
Notes: These are non-binding ceremonies; in the Islands of Tahiti, only a ceremony that takes place at the City Hall is deemed legal (I can assist with that, too!). These are pre-scripted ceremonies.
Photo Credit: Gregoire Le Bacon