ROMANTIC NOTIONS OF THE PACIFIC HAVE LONG SINCE HELD A FASCINATION FOR THOSE FROM FAR AWAY LANDS.
A lilting Fijian Choir, the trade-winds, waves lapping on the beach, sand between your toes, the back-drop of the Pacific Ocean, the colours and fragrances of tropical flowers, serve as powerful, poingnant lasting images of your special day. If you’ve an idea to marry on an idyllic tropical island, then we take this quite literally. We like to cater for couples who embrace the idea of a ‘robinson-crusoe’ wedding, where the atmosphere is easy going, the approach casual, but the intent remaining a powerful expression of your love for one another in joining-hands in marriage.Leleuvia Island, can cater up to a maximum of 150 guests.
- Personal wedding coordinator
- Wedding Certificate and Marriage license
- Church minister or celebrant to officiate
- Catering including Wedding cake (Fiji Style)
- Evening Entertainment
- Beach or Bure Wedding
- Tropical flower arrangements
- Bouquet and boutonniere
- Motoriki’s renowned serenaders
- Fijian buffet dinner
Important Information Regarding Fiji Government Marriage Requirements
- The couple to be married will need an original or certified copy of their respective birth certificates, their passports and if previously married, either a Decree Nisi or a death certificate is required.
- Confirmatory letter on current status to be obtained from the Marriage Registry where the applicant resides or statutory declaration signed by a Justice of Peace or Notary Public or Solicitor to prove that he/she has not entered into a marriage before (this declaration applies to first or second marriage).
THE FIJIAN GOVERNMENT SETS THESE GUIDELINES.
We strongly recommend that couples double-check all requirements before traveling, and those travel agents and tour operators also verify requirements for their clients. The Fiji Visitors Bureau should also be used as a point of reference for pre-wedding requirements. Leleuvia Island Resort is not liable for any incorrect information in relation to proposed marriages in Fiji.
Marriage under Fijian law involves two parts:
The registration of the intent to marry with the Registry Office in Sigatoka. The office is open from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday and the meeting will take around 20 minutes.Leleuvia will arrange an appointment or take care of the completion of the Fijian registry requirements and thereafter the marriage service at the Resort. It is important to note that the bride and groom will need an original or certified copy of their respective birth certificates, their passports, a Statutory Declaration (Single status) certificate and if previously married, a copy of their divorce papers.
A civil or religious ceremony can be held on the grounds of the resort including the beach.