Cooks – a string of pearls for a South Seas wedding
The Cooks Islands, lying like a string of pearls from latitude 9 – 22 degrees south, await all who’ve always dreamed of a South Seas wedding.
Getting married in the Cooks is an easy step - whether barefoot on a sandy shore under a tropical sunset or pledging love under a fragrant frangipani bower having been borne ashore by husky islanders onto a motu.
Declaring love with the sound of the surf in a sunset beach setting with palm trees whispering above is an experience to be cherished for a lifetime. For those seeking something more traditional, but off the beaten track, there is the option to walk down the aisle of a traditional Polynesian church to a melodic choir of island voices.
Brides and grooms should arrive in the Cook Islands three full days before the wedding ceremony as the application for a marriage license needs to be completed in person.